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Thread: Sanchez and Schotty are NOT on the same page

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    Sanchez and Schotty are NOT on the same page

    And it shows. The offense seems too overcomplicated for the whole group, even the o-line is jumping.

    This team is much more suited for a more basic, Callahan type of offense. Schottenheimer is just not working out, and yes I can say that after one game.

    The team is making the same mistakes as they've been doing all preseason. There's been no chemistry or rhythm to the offense and it will keep this team at 8-8 or 9-7.

    Not converting a third down until the last two minutes of the game? That's just inexcusable.

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    [QUOTE=10PennyToColes87;3731604]And it shows. The offense seems too overcomplicated for the whole group, even the o-line is jumping.

    This team is much more suited for a more basic, Callahan type of offense. Schottenheimer is just not working out, and yes I can say that after one game.

    The team is making the same mistakes as they've been doing all preseason. There's been no chemistry or rhythm to the offense and it will keep this team at 8-8 or 9-7.

    Not converting a third down until the last two minutes of the game? That's just inexcusable.[/QUOTE]

    I disagree 100%
    They are on EXACTLY THE SAME PAGE after this off-season...
    its just a page in a playbook that sucks.

    A complete inability to run the ball is not on Sanchez,
    I believe its not on the players either.

    Its Shotty's over-complicated playbook that fools no one and NEVER gets a receiver open.

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