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Monken: data suggests our offense will be fun.

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Jesus I forgot we have Monken.. this is going to be fun

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32 minutes ago, Kiwibrown said:

https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2019/5/10/18512991/what-to-expect-from-todd-monken-stats-overview

Monkens offense had the highest air yards per completion. 

Threw the ball early and often. 

Its major problem Was turnovers.

Translation:  the major problem was Jameis Winston. 

Should be a fun year.  Considering the Chubb/Hunt dynamic, it's hard for defenses to cheat either pass or run. 

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36 minutes ago, Kiwibrown said:

https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2019/5/10/18512991/what-to-expect-from-todd-monken-stats-overview

Monkens offense had the highest air yards per completion. 

Threw the ball early and often. 

Its major problem Was turnovers.

It’s major problem was Jameis, Baker can do things with the ball Jameis can only dream of 

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8 minutes ago, Dawgpoun8017 said:

It’s major problem was Jameis, Baker can do things with the ball Jameis can only dream of 

Winston reminds me weirdly of Cutler so much. He has godly arm talent and ideal size/mobility but just is so careless with the ball and never had it between the ears. Hes potential is Andrew Luck but a few crayons short of a full box.

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That’s cool, I didn’t realize he was a Browns fan!

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Yeah I'm not too worried about the Turnover issue...

When Jameis is your QB it's bound to happen, not to mention the fact that his offense takes a lot of chances.

I can't wait to see what he and Freddie cook up. My only basis of hearing him speak was his introductory presser, but I felt like he had a complete understanding of how to put Baker's skillset in the best position to succeed.

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