Yes, I know that our O-Line was a disaster and they bear much of the responsibility. But I have to wonder if this scheme of Bradford handling the adjustments, combined with running a new offense, was a bit too much and ultimately led to SOME of his sophmore problems?
During our previous season, it was widely reported that McD, our new OC, had Sam Bradford calling adjustments at the line that are normally handled by the center. Now, I'm not nearly as savy at football as some of you, but I did seem to notice how uncomfortable he looked at the line. My question: were some/many of the protection breakdowns and problems due to this way of doing business, or what?
More importantly, if he doesn't have to make the added adjustment calls this year, will it boost his performance higher than year 1?
Whatya think, Ram Nation?
How much better will Sam play if he doesn't have the added pressure of handling all the adjustments himself?
It will make all the difference and he will have a great year (36 votes)
It will help, but ultimately our O-Line is responsible for protection, not Sam (52 votes)
It won't matter at all (1 vote)
The idiot who wrote this doesn't know what he's talking about (1 vote)
I am a disgruntled Ram Fan and always vote the most negatively as possible (5 votes)
95 total votes