Originally Posted by wileedog
I don't disagree with the overall premise, but when you fail to score more than 10 points in the first half of every single game of the year, and the majority of your offensive production shows up when you throw the playbook out the window and play streetball with Romo, something is not going right with your offensive gameplanning.
Playcalling may be over-rated, but its not insignificant either. And the best coaches recognize early what is and what is not working and adjust quickly during a game.
How do you gameplan with Tyron Smith and four traffic cones up front?