This reality again underscores the point that Garrett's scheme and how he calls plays are not flawed, but that they are hampered by a sub-par OL as the root of the offense's ill-execution.
Wrong! When you know that you have a crappy OL, you have to adjust your play calling. That is something that Garrett is incapable of doing. You can not run the same plays you ran in '07 when the OL was above average, that you run with this horrible OL we have now. Garrett should know well enough that this OL is terrible and has to adjust to plays that have a better probability of being "executed."
Furthermore, if it's like some on here insists, that Garrett has full control of the personnel moves, then no one should know better than him how had this OL is, he is the one who selected them!