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Play Calling For Scrub Is Totally Differnt For Case WTF

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by DJboutit, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. Genesis

    Genesis Contributing Member

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    Yeah maybe the playcallling is different, but Case needs to overcome his deficiencies. I'm curious if this can be resolved with more playing time to figure it out or has the book been written with him.

    Gotta admit that game vs KC was exciting to watch.
     
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    Kubiak is trying to lose on purpose those plays he called for #8 were better and easy to block for.
     
  3. Brando2101

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    Go on.....
     
  4. david_rocket

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    Did Green Bay changed his playbook when Aaron Rodgers got hurt, and now Flynn/Tonziel/Wallace gets the shi**y plays and Aaron Rodgers only gets the good playcall?
     
  5. Old Man Rock

    Old Man Rock Contributing Member

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    It's not a 1 option play. Case is just slow going through the progressions and finding the open reciever. He doesn't have that experience. Sumlin didn't prepare him to do that and the practice squad experience neither.

    The problem is Kubiak didn't run enough plays that favor what Keenum does best. Keenum is a very good passer on the move, throws a good and accurate deep ball but he is not a pocket passer. He gets rattled by the rush and drifts in the pocket to find passing windows. Defenses have figured that out after the second half of the Chiefs game. Kubes was thinking he could switch Keenum over to a pocket passer so quickly. I think Keenum is smart enough that eventually he will get it, he's already showed improvement but Schaub is better at that part of the game by far. Kube should have run more roll outs and play options but that is dependent on a better running game.
     
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  6. solid

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    Very good analysis, fair and balanced.
     

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