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Offensive Minds to Bring In

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So there's a clear % of people here that don't want Chud back and expect Rivera to be fired.

Well I want to know then what offensive minds you want to bring in?

From what coaching tree? What type of style to implement? etc.

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I prefer a Coryell style offense. Not a big fan of WCO or college style systems.

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I prefer a Coryell style offense. Not a big fan of WCO or college style systems.

isnt air coryell and the west coast pretty much the same thing.

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isnt air coryell and the west coast pretty much the same thing.

Not really since most people are referring to the Bill Walsh WCO when they say WCO these days.

Technically, AC was originally called a WCO, but nobody really considers it as such anymore.

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Its AMAZING how last year Chud and Rivera were " Gods" in the eyes of sooo many fans and this year everyone is calling for their heads.

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Its AMAZING how last year Chud and Rivera were " Gods" in the eyes of sooo many fans and this year everyone is calling for their heads.

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Its AMAZING how last year Chud and Rivera were " Gods" in the eyes of sooo many fans and this year everyone is calling for their heads.

That's what happens when you change the entire scheme to a college read option...epic fail

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i hate to change what we have here because I know the potential and changing systems sometimes causes a setback. i think cam is in the right system now, just gameday playcalling has been suspect much of the year.

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I prefer a Coryell style offense. Not a big fan of WCO or college style systems.

Well when Chud came to this system, he was bringing an air coryell hybrid offense. For the most part last year, I would say that we were running an effective hybrid coryell offense that lead to the team having the most explosive o in the league. This year they tried but the line wasn't holding it's end of the bargain which lead Cam to run for it a lot more than he wanted too. After the hybrid failed the team had to result to shorter routes which has been successful in the past few games.

If the line is stronger next year, I think we can go back to the hybrid but there will need to be more plays opened up to the offense out of that 900+ page play book. Also, Cam will need more audibles to dictate the defense.

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i hate to change what we have here because I know the potential and changing systems sometimes causes a setback. i think cam is in the right system now, just gameday playcalling has been suspect much of the year.

See this is what I'm getting at. Is the issue this season more on the playbook and scheme or is it game day play calling? I can obviously understand the one side where the read option was basically our base package but was it that really?...or was it Chud being wayy too cute and has learned as the year has progressed?

If its scheme related, I'm all for bringing in a new staff. If it is more play calling related, maybe let Rivera try to lure Norv in and then our new GM can give them a mandate for next year, a winning season. period. Let Rivera make proper coordinator tweaks and give them a do or die year.

I think that is the most rewarding scenario with the smallest risk which is the type of thing I think Richardson may look to imo. I mean, I honestly think Norv could do really well with our offense. We've basically had his bipolar doppleganger at OC.

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