11/27/2012 6:16 PM
Very interesting thread.  I like to run trips as well and have many of the same views as elkhour and kcwallace.  An elite QB is a must in this offence as well as a few great recievers. I value the QB the most and will scour the country for the best I can find. Having an elite RB just makes your team that much more verstatile.  I am on the opposite end from elkhour as far as tendency is concerned.  If I have a huge talent advantage I see no need to play anything more than conservative on offence.  TE i don't worry about too much because it is hard to purposely get them the ball, I find anyways.  But of course finding the best you can never hurts your offence and I will look for a good pass catching TE every other season.
11/27/2012 11:23 PM
I agree about being conservative. WRs that can pile on YAC are priceless. In DIII a WR with good speed and 75+ ELU will rack up a ton of yards.
11/28/2012 1:59 AM
I agree with JC and super as I had a very strong Trips offense at Western Oregon went to the NC and so on. However I ran a very aggressive offense and when I did lose games it was because the large amounts of interceptions from throwing deep even though my QB was rated top 5 by gdreports so I now tend to be a bit more conservative depending on whom I'm facing.
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