ludakrishna wrote:When we don't leave him to help in the blocking, our RT gets raped. See the last series
no doubt about it.
but the problem still stands, our TEs are good, but they cannot produce to their fullest potential because they aren't put in the position to succeed. drafting or trading for another TE wont help.
I think our TE's rot (Miller to the least extent) but no question this is dead on.
The Seahawks offense consists of 3 things.
1) the off tackle run
2) the deep pass
3) the occasional short/int slant pattern to a WR.
Maybe it's babying Wilson to blame, but Bevell is about as creative as an accountant. I'm not surprised. I went to Ohio State and have followed the Big 10 for over 30 years. Other than the one year of Russell, Wisconsin has run a power offense lead by what looked like carbon copy immobile, poor armed, game managing tall white QB's for the better part of 2 decades. You are what you know and from what you are exposed to. Bevell runs a mediocre meat and potatoes power offense. He's lucky to have a RB who often times makes chicken salad out of chicken shite.