I tend to disagree
by ACross (2017-04-21 13:20:19)
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  In reply to: It is indeed  posted by YinzKeenanVisor



One of many inherent flaws in Kelly's system (and it isn't necessarily unique to his system, but but just particularly true of his system), is that the "checks" are dependent on defensive "looks" at the line of scrimmage (as read by the coaching staff. The problem is, the defensive coaches know exactly what plays Kelly tends to switch into if presented with certain looks, so they set him and the QB up for failure.

In other words, the advantage of many spread offenses is that they keep the defenses on their heels and dictate to the defense with the speed of play and frequency of play. Kelly's system is reactive and herky jerky and palsied.


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