Offensive Line

Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by iam4uf, Sep 7, 2013.

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    I agree Doc! Lets give it a rest gator nation. Jeff will win some games for us this year---book it..
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    Disappointing
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    Couldn't have said it better. I'm not saying our OL is awesome, but it's not the crux of the problem.
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    Our inability to finish drives with a TD (in this case even FG) was the difference. On 4th and less than 1 yd and we cannot get a first down, that is a problem. There is plenty of blame to go around as it starts with the coaching staff then transcends thru the playing units(offense, defense, special teams, ect) and players. We used two time outs early in the second half, one because our players did not know what to do and the other one gave a gassed Defense rest then only to throw an interception after the time out. Lou Holtz was correct in that at times our receivers ran routes that were very close to one another which allowed the defense to cover our receivers more effectively with less effort. What happened to a quick slant to our WR? The way we play the game under CWM allows for very little margin of error offensively. One out of six in the red zone is horrific, no excuses and no understanding.

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