Originally Posted by saphojunkie
I'm intrigued, but truthfully it IS a lot of bubble screens and high-percentage passes.
That offense is such a college system that it will take legit scouting to determine if he can translate to the pro game.
I think what's interesting is that what you mentioned is common in the spread system.
But guess what... The spread is in fully effect in the NFL with several teams running it. It's as friendly of a QB system there is and it's a QB league. So why not adopt it.