Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Ouchie-Z-Clown, Nov 10, 2019.
He’s not learning. He’s getting worse at game management.
I think the exact opposite
Too many wasted plays, man.
That last drive was a complete meltdown but I thought Kliff handled himself okay today.
I will take KK over Arians. Bruce was terrible today. Kliff will learn a lot this year, like how Trent Sherfield isn't an NFL player and stuff like that, but this team is on a better trajectory than when Arians left
On one hand he didd what he was supposed too. Put up yards and points against a terrible defense.
Kyler missed a TD throw and Max dropped one.
In terms of game management...is when I worry about Kliff.
Right now he's becoming a really good offensive coordinator/play caller...
As a HC? Time will tell
You know Arians is no longer calling plays right? Plus the Bucs won so how bad is Kliff that he cannot beat old ass Bruce when old ass Bruce was so horrible?
I think this is where Kyler being a rookie without a ton of experience shows the most. Lots of good 2 min teams are good because their QB calls the plays. Murray isn't to that point yet, and we waste time trying to get the call to him and him passing it on to the team. This wasn't all on Murray, but his inexperience didn't help.
These are good learning experiences in my opinion. I am actually pretty happy after today.
He is as much of a work in progress as Murray. I am getting more comfortable with them as we go along.
Yeah the clock management was bad on the last drive. We were actually running clock on the INT drive but on that last one it was awful
it was definitely more on the players today then the coaches in my opinion.
Kliff will win more playoff games than Bruce Arians, and it won't be close. Bruce will get to watch us win the Super Bowl from the Forever Home with Amos Jones. I'm sure the party will be a riot. Bruce will be fired / retired before the Bucs go to the playoffs again.
Does anyone dispute that if Vance Joseph wasn’t worthless and had Max Williams, Murray and Johnson had executed their simple plays, the last drive wouldn’t have mattered?
How you can say that after watching the last drive is beyond me. This was a terrible pass defense. We had the balk with, what, 1:35 left and a timeout (and he burned a timeout on defense that didn’t make squat difference)? Two plays run took close to 50 seconds off the clock in their own. There was zero sense of urgency and no scheme to get the receivers open.
the game clearly changes when kyler runs yet not a single run in the first quarter and then no called runs down the stretch of the game either.
And the red zone foibles continue to be glaring indictments.
whatever “genius” might exist on the offensive side is offset in close games by his total lack of game clock awareness.
We would've won if we had more points
Point is we didn't so " ifs" mean squat
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