fattyjay Posted October 7, 2008 Report Share Posted October 7, 2008 Living in the Denver/Boulder area I get to see what great offensive playing calling can do for a team every week. The Broncos have always been able to put up points no matter the personnel and this is do to the playcalling. Think back to why TJ was claiming that missing the OTA's were no big deal. He said that he already knows the offense and just wanted one on one time with his personal trainer. Well, it's been fairly obvious this season that every team the Bengals play (particularly the division foes) knows what plays are coming before they happen. Do they not change play formations year to year? Do they not change the verbage of the play calls year to year? If they did do these things then why would TJ have a valid arguement for missing the OTA's? It seems to me that the root of the problem is Brat for not developing anything new, not trusting any rookies, and not having a set plan to start each game. The offense always seems out of sinc in the first drive, they look like they are unprepared, and they always are predictable in the playcalling. Any thoughts? Am I way offbase here? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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