I'd venture to say that we've had a guy running wide open on 60% of our pass plays. I can't tell you how many times I've said, "THERE HE IS!", just to see us take a sack, or throw it somewhere else or incomplete. It's not the scheme that's the issue, it's the execution that's been the problem.
Have you ever stopped to think that maybe the reason the QB is constantly under pressure in this system is due to scheme?
- That we spend most of practice & game time run blocking rather than pass blocking?
- That your traditional "big body, quick step" guy in most systems is on the outside where speed rushers come from, yet in this defense he's an interior lineman because of the need to be able to block the big, interior linemen on run plays? And that leaves your smaller guy to try and handle the opposition's best pass rushers?