Marrone says offense needs to get better
Doug Marrone, the Saints' offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, played an integral role in the NFL's top-ranked offense last season. via Times-Picayune
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#1 Sep 26, 2007
Not to be sarcastic or funny but the Offensive line and possibly the team as a whole should be involved in a "Back to Basics" camp where they re-learn the art of blocking and tackling. These basics will make the foundation of a great team. They have athletic talent but are forgetting the most basic skills of football. Case and Point: martial artists do not have to be big and strong to take down an opponent....just smart in how they go after their opponent. If the offensive line can open a hole by an additional 12 inches so Reggie Bush can run or pass protect for one additional second so that Drew Brees does not rush his throw, you will seen a greatly improved team!
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