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Stitt and his offensive philosophy

Postby Grizfan-24 » Thu Dec 11, 2014 11:42 am

Some thoughts on Stitts offense and why I like it.

http://monidasports.blogspot.com/2014/1 ... sophy.html
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Excellent work again as usual, GF-24! :thumbsup:

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Re: Stitt and his offensive philosophy

Postby Grizfan-24 » Mon Dec 15, 2014 8:45 pm

If Stitt is hired I'll start writing some blogs about his offense. I don't get why people are making it sound like rocket science.

Just amuses me to see the angst and irritation over him and his offense.
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Re: Stitt and his offensive philosophy

Postby ALPHAGRIZ1 » Tue Dec 16, 2014 9:30 am

I agree, the people that are complaining about Stitts offense are the people that know the least about football.

Like you said in your blog, OL blocks inside zone or outside zone and its all about numbers. If the defense lines up with 7 or 8 in the box you get the ball to the outside and hope your blocking WRs can spring a play. When this starts working the defense will have to change up their coverage and if they manipulate their OLBs outside that opens up the middle for power or read plays.

The thing the idiots do not realize is towards the end of the year we were doing some of the same things this year. How many times did we run motion to a WR that flipped to Burke for that reverse throwback pass we tried 5 or 6 times this year?
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Re: Stitt and his offensive philosophy

Postby Grizfan-24 » Wed Dec 17, 2014 12:42 pm

People seem to want to simplify things down to what they know, and when there is little or no comparable data then their brains flip out and have to reboot. You are entirely right though...

Stitt's offense is fairly simple to allow for variance within it. Most of what I wrote about in the blog is a system that is similar to Stitts, and what I have seen on video it is really similar in concept.

I think I am going to start over with a lot stuff when it comes to his offense. It'll be nice to have so new content to write about, but also because I think people still even after 5 years are so completely baffled by spread.
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