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Looking at how good Burrow was with Chase and knowing all the other top players on that team, maybe Brady had nothing to do with their success. Same with many OCs out there. Having great players is a big part of their success. A truly great OC can make any group of players and adapt his playbook and still win. 

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6 minutes ago, musicman said:

Looking at how good Burrow was with Chase and knowing all the other top players on that team, maybe Brady had nothing to do with their success. Same with many OCs out there. Having great players is a big part of their success. A truly great OC can make any group of players and adapt his playbook and still win. 

Yeah, we've kinda been speculating that for awhile. Basically all Burrow and company needed was a modern offensive system instead of that leather helmet bullshit LSU was running pre-Brady.

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7 minutes ago, musicman said:

Looking at how good Burrow was with Chase and knowing all the other top players on that team, maybe Brady had nothing to do with their success. Same with many OCs out there. Having great players is a big part of their success. A truly great OC can make any group of players and adapt his playbook and still win. 


The Bengals HC went 6-25 his first two seasons….and then he got Burrow and Chase.

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3 minutes ago, bobcat91 said:

He was the OC for a NCAA Championship team and was on Sean Peyton's staff. I think that says alot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It says he did great on a college team loaded with NFL talent, and for one year worked under one of the better coaches in the game.  That is about  all it says.  

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Just remember that Joe Brady had 4 1k yards from scrimmage players his first year as an OC with Teddy bridgewater and then was given the worst line in the league with the worst starting qb in the league. 
 

my guess is he’s a really quality coach, whose young and needs to grow but will find success in the pros if given an opportunity without literally the worst most important pieces on offense.

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33 minutes ago, bobcat91 said:

He was the OC for a NCAA Championship team and was on Sean Peyton's staff. I think that says alot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That’s actually not correct.

He was the passing game coordinator and his main responsibility was talking to Burrow after each series and discussing what both of them saw on the field.

The only time Brady called plays was in empty packages.

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