Our offensive game plan SUCKS! That is on Mike Sherman and Philbin for (a) not implementing new/more plays, (b) protecting/limiting the game plan so RT17 isn't get his confidence crushed, or (c) we really have 0 offensive player talent. Since week 3 at the jets our offensive attack his regressed. I see alot of this because we are using the same plays over and over and not 1 single player is stepping up. At this point PUT ANYONE in! I don't can if you pull Long and put D.Thomas there, or pull Bush and put S.Smith there, it has got to that level of failure as players.
(a) Why aren't we mixing up the plays when DBs play soft on our WRs? I understand those passes only get 3 yards but it is positive yardage. I don't understand why we are doing this 2 Bush plays then pull him. Yes, even if isn't getting good runs, he will bust one. I don't understand why we aren't seeing more Rookies...Egnew, Miller, Matthews! Develop these guys if Bush is leaving, Clay is a bust, and we are weak at WR.
(b) If Sherman is using this vanilla game plan because RT17 isn't ready for something larger then we are in for a long RT17 tenure. Let him learn the plays by doing them. I understand and never thought we would be a playoff team this year, not with a rookie QB and new coaching staff. However, if he is trying to limit RT17's exposure to protect his ego, that makes me even more sick. Look at most rookie QBs, lots of mistakes as they adjust to the game but these mistakes are errors that NEED to be made in the rookie year. Otherwise you question the QB ability in all proceeding years. LET RT17 loose, let him run for his life, let him make the play, let him make the call. Because NEXT YEAR he will be better from it.
(c) Loss for words. Hartline hold onto the ball but that is unusual for you to fumble. Bess keep up the good work, just get faster and you'll be the best slot WR in the league. BUSH, THOMAS, LONG, (entire O-Line), CLAY, LANE, who are you? Do you really play in the NFL? If it isn't your fault please explain how, and how we can fix it.
STEP IT UP MIKE SHERMAN. STEP IT UP OFFENSE. STEP IN AND DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT COACH!