RFIP's point was about red zone play calling, not just play calling from the 1 yard line.mansquatch wrote:I dissagree, you are on the 1 yard line you expect your OL to get some push, especially with a back like Asiata who's strength is between the tackles. Those few opportunities were routinely squandered by a lack of push in the interior. And by lack I mean they went backwards.
It's not a one year problem and they still needed to call plays, blocking defiicincies or not. Justifying conservative playcalling by saying the line was so bad they couldn't run or pass makes little sense to me since those were the only two options available and they chose one of them every time.On the passing side of things, who many times did we see a bull rush blow past Clemmings and smash Bradford or force an early throw?
There are no plays to call that defeat those blocking deficiencies inside the 20s.
After 3 years, it seems safe to say the playcalling has been conservative because the coaching has clearly been conservative.