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p0st malone
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ATX hook em horns baby
Member since Sep 2017
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With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
How can they fix it?

Tonight's game is going to be a shite show.

Hoyer vs Goff


wildtigercat93
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2011
75666 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
QB and OLine play is terrible due to spread offenses on every level and the lack of practices in the offseason


wildtigercat93
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2011
75666 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
It's a problem that will never be fixed btw. You should just get used to treating September as an extended preseason until the offensive lines gel


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VerlanderBEAST
Michigan Fan
Member since Dec 2011
15779 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
Because the talent is at its lowest point in decades.

-Players practice less at every level.
-Players leave college before they are ready.
-Coaches turnover faster than ever in both the NFL and college.
This post was edited on 9/21 at 5:18 pm


Brettesaurus Rex
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2009
32683 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
Bad o-line play

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Jcorye1
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Tom Brady = GoAT
Member since Dec 2007
48785 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
O-Lines are bad, and there are only like 5 QBs in the league that can adequately deal with crap O-Lines.

The lack of practices are killing the offenses.


Backinthe615
Member since Nov 2011
4864 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
Yeah, 104.5 talked about this today. Half these guys have never even been in a huddle. They're used to looking at a picture board with Corso, a table fan, the DEA guy from Breaking Bad and a hamburger.



ThePTExperience1969
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Apr 2016
3545 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
Thank you 2011 CBA! Lolz


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Quantummechanics
Houston Fan
Houston
Member since Aug 2017
76 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
The talent is much worse in college football and yet they don't have that problem


bayoubengals88
Wisconsin Fan
LA
Member since Sep 2007
8348 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
I think the fast clock is affecting points scored.


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chalmetteowl
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2008
22591 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
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The talent is much worse in college football and yet they don't have that problem
this... Defenses in the NFL are too fast and talented

We say defense wins championships, well no wonder all the best athletes play defense on good teams

Offense has a stigma of being something where scheme wins the day more than actual talent


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tigerskin
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2004
21917 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
Not enough good OLinemen to deal with the fast DL.


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Dire Wolf
Houston Astros Fan
bawcomville
Member since Sep 2008
21310 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
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Yeah, 104.5 talked about this today. Half these guys have never even been in a huddle. They're used to looking at a picture board with Corso, a table fan, the DEA guy from Breaking Bad and a hamburger.




That's chicken shite. No coach wants to be different because it's worse to be labeled as failed "system" coach than just a failure. The mid-tier and below coaches don't do jack shite that is interesting and just try to last 3 years


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CelticDog
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2015
17549 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
20 teams too many.


There are 8 or ten really good qbs.

If you had an 8 team league with 60 guys, you would see great football, every game. Very good qbs, every team with a very good rb and a very good wr.
If you had 16 team league with 55 guys you would have some great games every sunday.
This post was edited on 9/21 at 8:13 pm


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VerlanderBEAST
Michigan Fan
Member since Dec 2011
15779 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
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The talent is much worse in college football and yet they don't have that problem
The talent all around is bad it manifest itself different in college


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ReauxlTide222
Alabama Fan
St. Petersburg
Member since Nov 2010
40835 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
Touch the QB in the head....first down.
Fall and touch his legs, first down.
Get a finger caught in a route runner's jersey, first down.
Gets handsy down field, first down.
Touch an OL's face, first down.


Yet these bums still suck ass.

Welcome to the NFL.


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RollTide1987
Alabama Fan
Waipahu, HI
Member since Nov 2009
36966 posts

re: With all the "rules stacked for offense" in the NFL, why do the offenses suck so bad?
How long has it been since we had a really good pro style QB dominate in the college game? The last one I can think of is Andrew Luck or maybe Jameis Winston. Most of the QBs coming into the league are spread guys who, as one poster above pointed out, have never been in a huddle in their life. Some spread QBs have the smarts to adjust to the change (like Dak Prescott), but most do not.

So when you have fewer QBs coming into the league who can actually read defenses, the quality of QB play drops dramatically. The drop in offensive production over the past couple of years has almost nothing to do with elite defense and almost everything to do with lack of good QB play.


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