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    What Makes A Good Offense In Today's NFL ?

    Two things a great line and above average QB and everything else falls into place. We already have the QB lets finish the game with the offense line.

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    Protection, protection!! You got to be able to run the ball, I don't care who is playing QB...
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    adaptability
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    Speed and spread them out.

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    Re: What Makes A Good Offense In Today's NFL ?

    I think versatility which is pretty much the same as adaptability. You need to be able to capitalize on watever the d is giving u.

    If they r giving u the ground u need to be able to run it well

    If they give u the air u need to be able to pass

    If they are locking down both fairly well you need to have the ability to spread them out and get 1 on 1 match ups and look for the advantageous one.

    That i guess would fall under adaptability.
    But to adapt u gotta be versatile.

    You need a oline that can block rushers but also open holes in the ground game.

    You need a RB that can make people miss or run them over but also be patient n wait for their holes to open. Breakaway speed is nice but not a need it helps but u dont need johnson speed to avg 4 yds a carry if u got a good oline and a rb that can break at least 1 tackle and wait for holes to open then fall forward.

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    Re: What Makes A Good Offense In Today's NFL ?

    Then u need a diverse group of WRs / TEs.

    One guy doesnt have to do all things well.

    But if u have 1 big tall WR that can break press or get those tough conversion yds and win jump balls, 1 quick WR that can dominate the slot area. And a fast WR that has enough speed to breakaway where all u need to do is point straight n say run as fast as u can that way.

    TE u need a redzone pass catching presence and one who can block. Or one that can do both.

    Versatility and adaptability are deff keys

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    Quote Originally Posted by LatrobePA View Post
    Protection, protection!! You got to be able to run the ball, I don't care who is playing QB...
    I agree. offensive balance.
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    BS this team issues the last two years is Ben gets injured and why Hailey is here now. Protect Ben it is that simple! Also good offense line helps the running game big time no matter who is the rb. We have a above average QB but seems they expect him to do miracles like when he was younger. I'm not so sure he can do that anymore, specially after last season. Yes it is that simple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Deal Steel View Post
    I agree. offensive balance.
    Lol without a good offense line it is hard to do either.

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    I acknowledge it is a passing league, but anyone who devalues the importance of a good running game doesn't get it.

    First and foremost, you need a solid O-line. A good O-line can make an average QB a good QB. A good O-line can make an average RB a good RB.

    An offense doesn't need to score everytime; sometimes it's simply about changing field position. Balance on offense, say 55/45 pass to run is key. You have to be able to run the ball when they know it's coming and also need to be able to move the chains with a pass when it's 3rd and 14 and they know it's going to be a pass.

    Agree or disagree, for me, it starts upfront, then you need a good QB.

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