Advice for the NY Giants Coaching Staff
As a life-long Giant fan, I watch all the games. Last year when the team lost their last games, I knew why they were losing: the other team knew what plays would be called. I thought that problem would have been rectified in the off-season, but no, the play-calling hasn’t changed at all; it still remains unimaginative and vanilla flavored. Even I, sitting on my couch, can predict the next play 75% of the time.
To make the play-calling a bit more diverse, I offer these tidbits of advice:
* Running plays do not have to go between the tackles.
* Screen passes are a cool way to slow down the pass rush and gain yards. If you guys can’t find a screen pass in your playbook, contact me and I’ll draw one up and send it to you.
*It is not necessary to wait until the game is out-of-hand before going to the no-huddle offense.
I believe this free advice will improve the offense a bit. It may not win games, but at least it’ll make the final score closer