The point of my thread was saying that our team sucks sue to play calling. Ok, let's say chan is holding back on throwing deep cuz of fitzs innability, then why on earth have they been so dead set on him being the guy. I mean this isn't his 2nd yr in the league, this is fitzs third yr under chan. ITS PURELY PLAYCALLING.
So let me get this straight.
You think Chan Gailey prefers short yardage plays over picking up big chunks at a time?
That's basically saying that you would rather drive 20 miles hitting every single stop light than getting on a highway with limited traffic.
I'll always remember how CJ went out with a bang in 2012:
Gotta be CJ!
I like fitz but he is a back up qb........we need a qb with a big arm,that is accurate and gets the ball out quick
Wait a minute , isn't fitz the same qb who threw a 50 yrd pass to stevie johnson 2 yrs ago aginst the steelers? Fitz CAN throw it deep, the problem is lately when he does, he litterally snaps the ball and bombs it downfield. There's no times for routes to develp. I get that our offense gets rid of the ball quick, but if you're gonna throw deep, the line has to block well enough for more than a split second to get the ball downfield. Again, I feel it comes back to playcalling
IF the Bills had drafted RGIII this past April, I believe that we would have already won more games.
And, TJ Graham would be getting the ball a lot more. RGIII can fling it deep with ease, and accurately.
Chan has an electric drill with a dull drill bit. He knows he can't go straight through the metal. He is trying to go around and look for the soft wood.
Look at all the tape THIS YEAR and you not see any throws where the ball travels more then 40 yards in the air.
ADOPT A BILL:
Cordy Glenn - let him play left tackle people. Geesh!
My expectations for our new coach are simple.
1. Have the ability to locate decent stop gap players that are better players than the last ones who were on this roster for far too long.
2. Win as many games as you can, but when you lose ... get beat, don't follow in the steps of your predecessors who seemed to try and find new and inventive ways to loose winnable games.