Also agree that itís difficult if not impossible to judge a new offense with all of the guys with the most reps running it standing on the sidelines in sweats. And itís not just the quarterbacks, o-line and skill players as well.
However, a couple of things stuck out last night. Receivers were getting open. Kizer had some open looks to Kumerow and Tonyan where he elected not to throw. And of course Mooreís drops.
Also, running game was effective in spots especially as the game wore on. That could have been the result of fatigue on the defense and/or the o-line getting into a rhythm.
The plays and substitutions seemed to come in on time so that part was good. Didnít see a lot of exotic defensive looks, but I probably wouldnít have recognized them if I did see them.
Anyway, as pre-season games go, Iíve seen a lot worse.
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