ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer
- Jan 7, 2003
- Reaction score
- Orlando, FL
First of all it‘s inconceivable a third year QB doesn’t have absolute discretion to call an audible. Your giving away your knowledge level. I based my conclusion on alignments from watching & reviewing games. I believe my professional experience confirms that ability. Give me an example of a hot read you’ve seen him make. Again the lack of these things are obvious to an experienced observer. Watch another 3rd year QB. They’ll call several audibles a game. The only reason to do that is you’ve been given a play that is not efficient against the defensive alignment. You’ll see the QB turn his head to one side of the line to the other to make sure everyone has the new play. That behavior is rare with Murray. No coach always predicts the right play to call, so you have audibles especially in the red zone.Do we know how much liberty Kyler has to call audibles at the line of scrimmage? Not every coach has a game manager like Brees/Brady/Peyton/Warner.
You also drew your own conclusion about him not recognizing defensive alignments, without having direct knowledge of so, based off a different report about game film. Irony is still thick.