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#106 Matthias

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:11 PM

You do realize no QB for the Ducks have been the teams leading rusher, right!?



Probably not!


It will be so if he came to Carolina. To run that offense is like trying to run the wildcat offense. Except our guy can throw the ball. I for one don't want my QB, held back by such an elementary offense. I want Cam to excel in passing, and have his running be unique to him. All this read option offense will do is keep Cam as an average passer. At least Chud is getting his head back on straight, and cut down the usage of the read option. Yet yall want to embrace it fully. I don't understand it one bit.

#107 Matthias

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:14 PM

no one is running it the way he would, and no...chud isn't.

and who has tried doing it?

and who says that chip would try to run the same offense in the pros he did in oregon?


At this time, I have no confidence Chip would run anything different than what he did at Oregon. Sure, he may add some things, but the bread and butter is that Oregon offense we've seen for the past couple of years. I'm not willing to take that chance at all.

#108 teeray

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:14 PM

Top 3 YPP Offenses in the NFL right now ?

Niners, Seattle, Panthers.


Read option is a big part of that.
It's not the devil we have made it out to be.
It just has to be balanced with under center plays as well.
Kelly isn't so fugtard stupid he would run it every play.


Don't tell PFFL that.

(but actually we are 25th in YPP I think)

#109 ThunderKatt

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:15 PM

Any offense coordinator that comes on with Chip if he does come won't let Chip be a ready option crazed maniac but thinking about it. How about Chip keeps Chud on for the sake of discussion?

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:29 PM

http://www.grantland...-familiar-seems

For those of you who are uneducated on his offense. If he is unsuccessful in the NFL it wont be because of his offense, it will be because of his inability to adapt to the little things that the NFL brings that the college level doesnt have.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:31 PM

At this time, I have no confidence Chip would run anything different than what he did at Oregon. Sure, he may add some things, but the bread and butter is that Oregon offense we've seen for the past couple of years. I'm not willing to take that chance at all.


He wouldnt run exactly what he runs now, he knows it wouldnt work, he's not an idiot. Will there be elements of it? Sure, but he will adapt it to how it needs to be at the next level.

#112 mav1234

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:50 PM

why would anyone think that Chip Kelly would run "the same" offense in the NFL as college?

He hasn't even really run "the same" offense in college every year. The guy has been great at adapting to the skill of his players and what his opponents are doing, even within a game. That's why it is so hard to shut the Ducks down for 4 quarters.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:04 PM

Double post.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:09 PM

Matthias is correct that we have run more effectively as we have dialed back the read option. I think we ran it once against San Diego.

We have also begun to sprinkle in more pistol plays of the type featured in Washington.

We have seen our offense be very efficient with a nice mix of under center and shotgun plays that utilize play action and the traditional shotgun handoff. I would hate to see us go back to a heavy reliance on read option. That extra second or two of delay involved in the read option is often just enough for the defense to catch up.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:16 PM

Do not want. Let other teams try out college coaches.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:22 PM

It will be so if he came to Carolina. To run that offense is like trying to run the wildcat offense. Except our guy can throw the ball. I for one don't want my QB, held back by such an elementary offense. I want Cam to excel in passing, and have his running be unique to him. All this read option offense will do is keep Cam as an average passer. At least Chud is getting his head back on straight, and cut down the usage of the read option. Yet yall want to embrace it fully. I don't understand it one bit.

i think you're the one not understanding it.


calling it elementary and lumping it with the wildcat? lol

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:23 PM

why would anyone think that Chip Kelly would run "the same" offense in the NFL as college?

He hasn't even really run "the same" offense in college every year. The guy has been great at adapting to the skill of his players and what his opponents are doing, even within a game. That's why it is so hard to shut the Ducks down for 4 quarters.

he doesn't even run the same offense all game.

#118 Snake

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:36 PM

Do not want.

Will he be available for 2014 season? I don't see a vacancy here for 2013.


I think we will get Kelly just for this statement.

#119 mav1234

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:45 PM

I dunno, Kelly doesn't seem like a JR kind of hire

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:47 PM

Guess some of you haven't read theses posts in their entirety. Rayzor posted a link and quote, in the other thread, where Kelly himself, said he'd have to adapt the Offense in the pros. AND that he runs an O that fits his players NOT scheme. AND The Pats use a form of Kellys SPREAD (not option) and his version of the hurry up. But lets just look past that and continue to think hes incapable of adapting or that those techniques, aren't already being used successfully in the NFL


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