Originally Posted by dexternjack
Got to agree with some, GB was getting hammered and made adjustments at half-time. They went to play-action, slants, option, whatever and it was working for the most part. I noticed that if Rodgers didn't hit a receiver within 2.5 secs, he rolled out to buy more time.
Romo does this as well, but he waits longer than that for the most part. We can question it until we are blue in the face, but Garrett would have not done what GB did at half-time. We would have kept doing the same basic 5 plays over and over, hoping for a break. GB still didn't look that great, but it was a 360 compared to the first half. Seattle has a really good defense, not great but solid.
Romo does do that as well. But it seems they are trying to fit his style of play into the scheme, rather than allow him to use his mobility and his elusiveness.
This offense fits better for a dropback pocket passer rather than Romo. Which is why we aren't haven't the success that other teams have like New Orleans and Green Bay. If Romo was in a system like Green Bay, boy he will break some major records.