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Entries in NFL (5)

Saturday
Aug222009

Why The NFL Lags, Always

You can be a little better or a lot  better than your opponent and the result is the same.

It follows that most teams focus on ways to only be a little much better.

Lame.

 

Thursday
Aug062009

Every Other Meaningful Football League ...

... uses those more oblong footballs (college football, high school football).

Sheesh, NFL, get with the times!

Friday
May012009

Draft Quotable

From HeismanPundit:

We hear a lot about how many players don’t fit into NFL schemes because they play in the spread in college. Well, wouldn’t it behoove the NFL to start playing more spread and get a quicker payout from the talent it drafts? Oh, right. Supposedly things like the spread and the, uh, Wildcat, don’t work in the NFL. Just like the spread couldn’t work in the SEC and Urban Meyer was doomed to fail….hmmmm.

Heh.

Thursday
Apr302009

Interview With Tulsa Offensive Coordinator Herb Hand

SpreadOffense.com had an interesting interview with Tulsa's co-offensive coordinator Herb Hand.  Good talk about college concepts that work in the NFL and how, the ever-present worries about doomsday scenarios on that offense (think Dennis Dixon and Oregon in 2007), and other issues.

Hit it.

Sunday
Apr122009

Homer Smith Quotable

[Q:] Who do you think is the best offensive mind in the NFL today?

[Homer Smith] I just don't know. I think the best minds are in college.

Crimson Confidential via Smart Football via Get The Picture