i think he is referring to in-game adjustments, or lack-thereof. they repeatedly sent blitzes up the middle and we didnt account for them, whether it be lack of execution or strategy. The playaction inside the five to me was his worst call of the year.
The offense has been a work in progress. With each game and input from players and coaches the offense has improved and players have been playing better. I am sure that Shula would say that he has learned and improved along the way. Isn't it more important to look at the current product instead of trying to nitpick about a previous game. I think Arizona was not the disaster critics claim but I don't think that we played particularly well across the board and that would include coaches or players. I certainly don't blame the gameplan as much as I blame poor execution. Still I am very optimistic for the present and future. I have seen enough to be very encouraged so far and think we will only get better.