Wilson was confused all day. He couldn't tell who was rushing and who was going to drop back into the underneath zones. He did find Miller on a good number of underneath plays. It's really hard to find the underneath stuff when the opposing defense has 8 in the box all game and is making sure they take the underneath stuff away, which is what Wilson has seen almost all season long. That is why the over-the-top stuff is there more often than it is for other teams. Couple that with having RB's that aren't great threats out of the backfield, and having a #1 WR that thrives more down the field than he does on shorter routes, and this is kinda what you get. Bevell prefers to call screens to Tate when he thinks the underneath stuff will be more open, which I'm fine with, because the screens are becoming more and more effective. If Wilson keeps making big plays down the field, the underneath stuff will open up in due time.
"So between my friends and I we have been at every home game to date this year, and we have all been plotting the offensive plays called. " ------Anthony!