So, what’s the point of having a coach then? What’s the point of having Kliff if the QB has to audible every play? Is he there just to cheerlead?
I feel like this is a bit rhetorical since I feel like you know this but the play call is made based upon the game to that point and the prep that week. The other team knows this as well so they are going to call a defense to try to stop what they believe the offense is going to do. The QB pre-snap is a huge way to see if the opposing team snuffed it out and then gives the offense an opportunity to counter that. It's a similar advantage as pre-snap motion.
It is a little dramatic to say that Kyler needs to audible every play. He doesn't. But, in key situations, it is absolutely a tool that Kyler needs to use more.
Also, for those who complain that our offense is predictable, it is tough to both implement new things on offense when you are having to also simply the scheme for your QB. From an offensive scheme standpoint, our offense is stagnant and simple in a large part due to Kyler. Kliff's inability to coach Kyler up to be able to grow the scheme is on Kliff.