I know many of you are hoping for a new Shula in the playoffs. I have seen many references to him "holding something back" for when it counts.
Sorry to disappoint you, but it won't happen.
In 1997 his offense averaged 19 points a game.(30th in the NFL), In the playoffs that year they averaged 13 points per game.
In 1999 his offense averaged 17 points a game (28th in the NFL). In the playoffs that year they averaged 10 points per game.
I know, I know, he had no weapons, we have Cam, he has learned since then, yada yada yada.
What I am saying is that historically his unit has performed worse in the playoffs than regular season. To those hoping for some improvements as far as coaching goes, history tells us you may be disappointed.
What we can all hope for is perfect execution and a few turnovers caused by our defense. Those two things will lead us to victory. There will be little room for error on offense.