Cam used to be really good at avoiding big hits and awkward tackles by falling to the ground as soon as things got scary, but I think he's starting to get a bit reckless. From trying to advance the ball last week with Sheldon Richardson on his back to attempting to out-muscle linebackers in designed runs today, I'm starting to get a little worried.
I hope this trend doesn't continue because I've always admired Cam's awareness and decision-making in these situations. I have no problem with him using his athleticism to break tackles, but I draw the line at carrying defensive ends on his back. What do you guys think? Problem or whole lotta nothing?
Why aren't you giving Shula the benefit of the doubt? Everyone has seen our offense march down the field (easily!!!) against the best teams in the league only to be forced to punt because of Chud's ridiculous ego and read option bullsh*t. Why are we so skeptical about our 2013 offense when Shula gets to straight-up copy Chud's offensive playbook and is able to prevent this offense from making the same obvious mistakes? If the woes of this offense are obvious to everyone on this message board, why can't it be obvious to Shula? I know that everyone seems to think that you need to be a good position coach before you become a good offensive coordinator, but that is just false.
Shula was a mediocre QB coach, but that doesn't mean that he can't copy Chud's offense and turn it into something that is actually consistent. Everyone was so positive that our offense would be good without Chud, and now that we get the opportunity, you guys are still negative about it. We finally have the opportunity to rid ourselves of an egotistical maniac that ran our offense worse than a madden online player, and you guys fail to see the positive in that. If Shula ends up running a worse offense than Chud, then I'll be pissed, but I'm not going to easily forget how horribly Chud ran our offense in 2012. I'm gonna give Shula a chance. You can keep being emo faggots if you want.