Kap's 'runa dn shoot' offense, or the 'pistol, depending on where you are, is as dead as the wildcat. Teams are gearing up for it all over the league. The one team that supposedly 'relied' on it, Seattle, had only used it in five-six percent of the time. That means for to five plays per game. And they only added it to their arsenal midway through the last season. Heck, Russell Wilson was weaned on a pro-style offense in college. Check this out, from the same set, wilson, harvin, and lynch can run the ball. The two tight ends, Miller and Willson, are great at both running routs, and blocking for the run game. Put harvin in the slot, Rice and Tate on the ends, with marshawn in the backfield, and you can run seven or eight plays from the same set. That is,.. uh, if percy harvin doesn't get too many migraines this season.<quoted text>
I'm holding out for the second coming of Montana... Nate Montana, Joe's son. He's eligible for this year's draft. For sentimental reasons I'd like to see San Francisco pick him up, even though SF has a pretty good quarterback already, Colin Kaepernick.
And the Seattle 'D'? Forget about it!