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Kyler Murray looks like a MVP candidate with his 2nd year HC who was terrible in college. It’s almost like if you’re a good QB it doesn’t really matter who your HC is.

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54 minutes ago, candyman93 said:

Terry Mclaurin will be a problem next week though. 

Hopefully we can get greedy and Johnson back this week that would go a long way

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1 hour ago, candyman93 said:

Kyler Murray looks like a MVP candidate with his 2nd year HC who was terrible in college. It’s almost like if you’re a good QB it doesn’t really matter who your HC is.

Coaching doesn’t matter now?

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For reference re: KK

  • While at Texas Tech, Kingsbury served as the play-caller for one of the college football’s most explosive and productive offenses. The Red Raiders featured a passing attack that ranked in the top-10 in the country in all six seasons of his tenure, ranked in the top-20 nationally for total offense in all six seasons and finished in the top-25 in scoring five times.
  • Under Kingsbury, Texas Tech averaged at least 30 points per game, 470 total yards per game and 300 passing yards per game in all six seasons. The Red Raiders averaged over 500 yards of offense in four seasons and over 450 passing yards twice. They also averaged at least 140 rushing yards per game four times in six seasons under Kingsbury and averaged more than 40 points per game twice.
  • At both Houston (2011) and Texas Tech (2016) Kingsbury’s offenses led the nation in total offense and passing offense.
  • Patrick Mahomes spent two full seasons (2015-16) as the starter at Texas Tech under Kingsbury and in those two years the Red Raiders finished first (2016) and second (2015) in the nation in total offense while Mahomes threw for a combined 9,705 yards and 77 TDs in 25 starts.
  • Dating back to his first offensive coordinator job at Houston in 2011, a Kingsbury-led offense never finished outside the top-20 in the nation in total offense and never finished outside the top-15 in passing offense.
  • In 2016, Texas Tech led the nation in total offense (566.6 ypg) and passing offense (463.0 ypg) while finishing fifth in scoring (43.7 ppg). It was the sixth consecutive season a Kingsbury-led unit finished in the top-10 in total offense dating back to his time at both Houston and Texas A&M.
  • In 2015, the Red Raiders finished No. 2 in the nation in total offense (579.5 ypg), No. 2 in scoring offense (45.1 ppg) and had the nation’s second-ranked passing offense (388.2 ypg). The 45.1 points per game average established a school single-season record and Texas Tech was one of just two schools in the nation to score at least 25 points in every game. The Red Raiders featured a 4,000-yard passer, 1,000-yard receiver and a 1,000-yard rusher for the first time in school history.
  • With Kingsbury serving as co-offensive coordinator in 2011, Houston led the nation in total offense (599.1 ypg), passing offense (450.1 ypg) and scoring (49.3 ppg) as quarterback Case Keenum finished his collegiate career as the most prolific passer in NCAA FBS history.
  • While at Texas Tech, Kingsbury also helped running back DeAndre Washington to back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons (2014-15), becoming the first Red Raider to accomplish that feat since 1995-96. Wide receiver Jakeem Grant set the school career receiving yardage record (3,164 yards), breaking the previous mark held by two-time Biletnikoff Award winner Michael Crabtree.
  • Kingsbury spent the 2012 season at Texas A&M as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach working under Kevin Sumlin. Texas A&M finished third nationally in total offense (558.5 ypg) with an attack that finished 13th nationally in rushing (242.1 ypg) and 14th in passing (316.5 ypg). The Aggies beat No. 1 Alabama on the road and No.11 Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl.

https://cardswire.usatoday.com/2019/01/09/offensive-numbers-in-kliff-kingsburys-coaching-career-are-staggering/

 

He may have been a terrible HC, but dude always produced strong offenses, particularly passing games.

 

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Hue Jackson said that he did some of his best coaching in cleveland. 

I'm guna say coaching matters. 

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2 hours ago, candyman93 said:

Kyler Murray looks like a MVP candidate with his 2nd year HC who was terrible in college. It’s almost like if you’re a good QB it doesn’t really matter who your HC is.

They hired KK alone cause they knew his offense would be perfect for Kyler. 
 

we also hired Freddie cause the offense he ran for those 8 games for Baker’s rookie year was perfect but than Freddie changed everything to the Arians schemes.
 

yeah KK wasn’t a great College HC but he was always known to be an amazing offensive mind. Also he has more money to spend to build a staff in the NFL. Bet you KK would have loved a DC like Vance Joseph while he was at Texas Tech. 
 

also let’s see what Kyler does when he isn’t facing Washington or a 9ers team that just had its defensive line destroyed by injuries. 
 

it’s weird, if you get the QB HC tandem right, good things happen...

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37 minutes ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

I Patricia gets fired I want him as DC. We need a man to man coverage DC

Our scheme isn’t the issue. Let’s see what happens when Woods gets more time to install and develop his scheme. Jake Burns even talked about how vanilla the defensive scheme has been because Woods has had limited time to instal things and certain aspects. 
 

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1 minute ago, buno67 said:

Our scheme isn’t the issue. Let’s see what happens when Woods gets more time to install and develop his scheme. Jake Burns even talked about how vanilla the defensive scheme has been because Woods has had limited time to instal things and certain aspects. 
 

Scheme is absolutely part of the issue. Our secondary should play man. Ward is great in man and might as well not exist in zone. 

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5 minutes ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

Scheme is absolutely part of the issue. Our secondary should play man. Ward is great in man and might as well not exist in zone. 

We haven’t even seen the full joe woods scheme.  So how can we call his scheme a failure when he has been at the mercy of running a vanilla scheme cause of the lack of install time?

Also this team would get killed in a full man scheme cause we are missing 2 of our better corners and have no safeties that can play

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What is preventing DK Metcalf from being the most unguardable WR in the NFL?

 

He’s amazing.

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Random, but I think coaches may wear masks permanently. I say this because they all worry about opponents reading what they’re saying all the time.

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12 minutes ago, candyman93 said:

Random, but I think coaches may wear masks permanently. I say this because they all worry about opponents reading what they’re saying all the time.

Yeah I was thinking about that. Makes sense. Was it allowed before?

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12 minutes ago, candyman93 said:

Random, but I think coaches may wear masks permanently. I say this because they all worry about opponents reading what they’re saying all the time.

At first I was like 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

Then I was like 🤔

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