- Apr 10, 2013
Steele didn't even move. Literally every person on the field is moving except for Steele who is still in his stance. But even then the line doesn't look like they are coming off as a cohesive unit.
Clearly the crowd noise had the dude all kinds of fucked up. But you told me that's just an excuse. But any idiot can see this team needs to figure out how to deal with crowd noise and work on that shit.
it was like they had never played together before.Everything was so disconjointed. I don't know if we weren't prepared for the crowd noise or what but nothing felt crisp in that game on offense. And a lot of it was presnap and at the snap. Guys just weren't getting set and moving at the same time.
Well and that may have been part of the problem too. You've got a replacement at LT, a RT who has barely played this season, a young center and a first time starter at LG. I have no doubt that part of this falls on Dak and Biadasz in terms of the lining up, adjustments and snaps just were not orchestrated correctly and it threw everything off. Oh and then on top of that you have a bunch of receivers filling roles that they aren't used to and were probably off as well as a result. We usually block WR screens and such pretty damn well. Against the Chiefs it was beyond awful. I have to think all of this played a part in it as well. Schultz not rubbing a guy on a route because he ran it too fast compared to the receiver. Things like that are a result of all the timing being screwed up.it was like they had never played together before.
You could tell Steele was distracted by Jones and tried to help double him. He ignored Clark as a resultEverything was so disconjointed. I don't know if we weren't prepared for the crowd noise or what but nothing felt crisp in that game on offense. And a lot of it was presnap and at the snap. Guys just weren't getting set and moving at the same time.