chud tried to win by being to complex for the other team's defense. it backfired.
shula seems to favor efficiency, which is good. i just hope he's that way with his playcalling and in-game management. that is still what remains my main concern with him and rivera.
it seems like they should be able to hit the ground firing on all cylinders week one and they seem to understand they have to start fast out of the gate. i just hope they can pull it off. this is one of those areas that the culture needs to be changing. they've been too laid back for too long just trying to be a bunch of happy guys.it makes for some nice warm fuzzies, but it doesn't often translate into great football. if the guys are too comfortable, it takes away the urgency. i'm hoping that the competition at WR will net some good results. i just wish we had better competition for those spots. it's better than what we had, but not where it should be. same with the secondary.