Posted by harriswb3 on 11/9/2013 12:33:00 PM (view original):
It might...but one has to be careful to not give too much information otherwise the offense has all the advantages and defense will have very little.
I'm thinking I'd like to know a little bit more about my own team's actions for sure....So maybe at the end of each quarter, half, or even series...if we could get a "coordinator's report" to let us know how we are doing......
1. The receivers are not getting open deep.....maybe we should start going with the short stuff, coach.
2. Our OL is just getting manhandled by their DL. We better start throwing a few screens to stop slow down their pass rush.
3. Our blitzing is putting tons of pressure on their QB and he is making terrible throws....we should definitely keep that up.
4. Our DBs can't cover these guys in Bump and Run....we should move them off the line a bit more to keep from getting burned deep.
5. Coach, our TE Jacobson, says he is wide open every time. Maybe we should give him a few looks?
Terrific idea, and would help a great deal with making halftime adjustments.
I'm afraid it would be a bear to implement, however, from a programmer's standpoint. Also, if something were true for one playbook but not another you'd certainly have to differentiate that somehow. But I have no doubt that oriole is a better programmer than I am :)
I'd limit it to one or two items on each side of the ball - you wouldn't have THAT much time to analyze things at half time.