Re: Zbellino School of Football
posted at 12/11/2012 10:09 AM EST
"There is no "magic game plan" .... you win based on execution first ... 90% of football is execution. "
Is the right statement here.... but they need the skill and attitude to execute it and committment of coach to call the play.
It showed last night .... first three possessions they executed and made plays. the next 3-4 series they had miscues (drops, not accurate throws, etc). Same coaches, similar calls but different results.
When the offense executes and is on their game, no one and I mean no one can stop them.
When the D executes they get the opponent off the field. Of course there is more to the game, Coaches putting players in the right position, picking the right player to be in the game, but it really comes down to execution.
BB did not have players in Cleveland to execute and no matter his message, coaching, or play calling he could not win because he lacked execution.
This is synergistic, one does not win on play calling or coaching or execution, they win when all three come together. In the ultimate team sport, the coaching and prep and execution are a team unto itself. So you NEED to execute....
Which poster said this, or which ones want to point fingers is not the point of the post. It is a statement that is true and needs to be heeded the rest of the way this season. EXECUTE AND PATS WIN, this means, players, coaches and fans. We all have a part to do.
That is why I love the game and the way the Patriots play it.
Now I just hope Dennard, Talib and Stallworth can go next week.
It was nice to get back Mankins, they did a great job inside last night. If Gronk comes back next week, then we will see a whole different game plan and I hope they EXECUTE that one.