Originally Posted by Crown Royal
I can only remember year-by-year output of the offense.
2003 - Simplified, ball control offense with onus on the defense to win the game and play around what Carter could and could not do. Effective against crap opponents but with Troy Hambrick as your starting RB, Carter as your QB we just weren't doing things.
2004 - Vinnie Testaverde, get rid of Antonio Brown for some Cleveland scrub midway through the season, Eddie George, Rob Pettitti and Torrin tucker. WE were done before we started, but we did try to pass more.
2005 - Decent year, we could somewhat confidently move the ball but Bledsoe got to where he just forced it to Glenn.
2006 - Fed up with Bledsoe we switch to Romo who brings a fresh approach to the game. This along with MBIII and using TO the right way gave us a late season ability to move the ball and score points.
[View Full Quote]Put another way, if you exclude the disaster that was 2004, the offense really did improve in each season. I do think in some ways 2004 was unavoidable though; we had a tougher schedule and had to get rid of some truely awful stuff from the 2003 squad.
That's a semi synopsis of the team.
I was referring to who was calling plays. It's almost impossible to know who was doing what on that staff. Guys were on notice and positions and responsibilities were changing all the time.
Compare that with since he has left.