All year long, anytime a good team playing us needs a first down, the TE across the middle has been open. Every loss has shown that. Baltimore, Tennessee, and Tampa exploited that. It’s beyond my knowledge how to fix that, but it’s obvious it’s always open.
The best coach of our generation doesn't have the elite OL we do nor does he have Jonathan Taylor.
a more balanced approach very likely leads to even more points and fewer turnovers. yes, this is conjecture, but the numbers from the 2nd and 4th quarters support this.
hey, now you're getting it
The best coach of our generation ran the ball 8 times versus the Bucs. Had his QB attempt 40 passes though.
Lets keep whinging and moaning about when our 44 passes were attempted versus when our 20 odd runs entered the equation.
Lets not speak of the 31 points we put up, or the fumbles and turnovers that cost us the game. Lets harp about the succession of passes, that's why we lost.