kingbob LSU Fan Sorrento, LA Member since Nov 2010 23832 posts
re: Most fun offense to watch if run right in Football?(Posted by kingbob on 11/7/12 at 8:43 pm to sms151t)
the offense I used to run on NCAA 07. It was a combination of the I form, the option, and spread passing of of play action. Man could it score points on a video game. In real life, I'd have to say The Saints offense last year or Oregon.
accnodefense New Mexico Fan Member since Dec 2010 2301 posts
re: Most fun offense to watch if run right in Football?(Posted by accnodefense on 11/7/12 at 8:44 pm to sms151t)
I like watching Flexbone teams cut the shite out of opposing defensive ends and linebackers and watching those ends/linebackers complain play after play
In 2009 when Navy beat the shite out of Missouri in the Texas Bowl Missouri's players focused more on complaining about the low blocks than trying to beat the low blocks, which is why they got destroyed
Oklahoma in 2010 did a lot of complaining vs. Air Force and almost got beat
bayoujd LSU Fan Member since Jan 2009 2111 posts Online
re: Most fun offense to watch if run right in Football?(Posted by bayoujd on 11/7/12 at 8:52 pm to accnodefense)
Agreed. I like watching Air Force and flexbone type teams. Those teams are probably no fun to prepare for, and certainly no fun to play if you're a DL. Constantly getting cut blocked and having to watch your knees.
I'm not a fan of the spread offenses all that much - reminds me too much of high school ball since so may teams use it at that level.
sms151t SMU Fan Polos, Porsches, Ponies..PROBATION Member since Aug 2009 30013 posts
re: Most fun offense to watch if run right in Football?(Posted by sms151t on 11/7/12 at 9:10 pm to Zamoro10)
Dee Dowis ran it pretty good. I think the 2 best I have ever seen it run were by 1-AA guys (Tracy Hamm and Deandre Smith) the true wishbone the best I ever saw was Jamelle Holloway, with JC Watts a close second.
Oregon currently Texas Tech when Leach was rolling Flexbone when it's looking easy West Virginia with Rich Rod and Pat White Petrino's offense when it's clicking. I loved when he'd bring out the dagger after a turnover.
re: Most fun offense to watch if run right in Football?(Posted by Backinthe615 on 11/7/12 at 9:19 pm to sms151t)
It's incredible to see offenses evolve to the point of, as Gruden put it "all the Head Coach can do is turn around and yell at the defensive coordinator" but my favorite will still be a great line,running backs,receivers and QB patiently steamrolling their will upon any scheme.