Warhead36 Posted January 2 Share Posted January 2 37 minutes ago, BatteredFanSyndrome said: he other, coming out of halftime where we had just scored a TD on the longest drive in two decades on the strength of the run game, you had to know that the Browns were going to adjust and sell out to stop the run. Scott voluntarily hands the momentum directly back to the Browns by running up the gut twice in a row forcing 3rd and long. Has a situation ever begged more for playaction? Everything spiraled out of control from that point forward and I pin that solely on him. . Yep I'm glad someone else mentioned this. I brought it up in the GDT at the time it happened. This is an example of what I mean when I say Turner has no in game feel. A good coach would recognize: "Okay the Browns are going to adjust hard to stop the run. I should come out with some play action, or quick short passes into the gaps that will be open from their blitzes and 8/9 man boxes." But Turner just keeps pounding it into a wall. Which is fine if we had the Hogs from the 80s playing(and not IN their 80s watching from the stands). I have no doubts he's a good designer of plays. We do get guys open with regularity. But his in game coaching ability is awful. 3 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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