Cam's offense is like a dumbbell. It has one weight. If you're strong enough to lift it you look great doing it. If not, you're out of luck because he's not adjusting it. In reality, the dumbbell is the scheme and the strength is the ability of the players to execute the scheme. Ability to execute is naturally variable given all of the personnel involved, but if the scheme does not also adjust (which it does not) then it puts an inordinate amount of pressure on the players to be picture perfect(and god forbid the other side's million dollar coaches figure out the scheme).
Simply put, Cam calls great plays in a vacuum. But football, especially Super bowl winning football, is situational. Cam has no grasp of situational football and he's proven that time and again.
Ok so it's about situational play calling so then he is judge purely on his cals and not the results now huh?
So then that goes to what I said repeatedly. People are complaining that he doesn't call play action passes. But he does. People complained that he doesn't work short and intermediate routes yet he does. People like you say he doesn't call a Super Bowl type of game plan but will also join the others and say flacco proved, despite lees drop, that he can take us to the sb.
So I'm lost. How is it that despite not going to the sb its ok to say flacco showed he is clutch but the guy wh called the play and allowed for the qb to show he is clutch is not viewed in the same light.
So again cam is in a cant win situation. If he lets flacco and the offense one up. He's hated for not using rice. If he uses rice he's hated for not letting the offense open up. As for the only one type of play call we get from him. Bs. As said some games rice is carrying the load others joe is asked to do more.
Every play call has to rely on players to execute which is why we have a poster saying that cam calling play actin despite not using the run is bad but that person will ignore that Peyton did almost all his work off play action without a running game. It's also why when joe throws for 300 people won't knock the frequency of the play action (19 out of 39 passes against n.e) but will if we have joe making a bad read or wrs dropping he passes.
Wrs were open joe still has tendencies to hold the ball long. Joe also tends to look deep first, it's why I like him, and as a result people don't realize there are route runners at the short and intermediate levels.
Flacco, Torrey, rice. Baltimores triplets