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Old 01-05-2010, 09:22 PM
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Default OC Kyle Shanahan - What can we expect?

What kind of system does he run? What kind of game does he call? What's his reputation?

I'd love to hear from folks who know more about his work in Houston than I do.
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Old 01-05-2010, 09:34 PM
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No one really knows. Based on his past it should be the Shanny WCO variant, heavy on the run and PA passing.
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No one really knows. Based on his past it should be the Shanny WCO variant, heavy on the run and PA passing.
but in Houston he got Schaub to over 4000 yards passing this year.. mediocre running game, however..
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but in Houston he got Schaub to over 4000 yards passing this year.. mediocre running game, however..
Hopefully he sneaks Andre Johnson into one of his pockets on the way out of town, lol.
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A return to what I consider a more "traditional" and suitable offense for our personnel, particularly if Campbell stays.

Run emphasis, zone blocking schemes, plenty of play action and deep shots as warranted.

In other words, stuff that we may actually score on.
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A return to what I consider a more "traditional" and suitable offense for our personnel, particularly if Campbell stays.

Run emphasis, zone blocking schemes, plenty of play action and deep shots as warranted.

In other words, stuff that we may actually score on.
Sweet. I'm so sick of watching us put up anywhere from 0-17 pts per game....It's soooo freaking boring to watch........
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Hopefully he sneaks Andre Johnson into one of his pockets on the way out of town, lol.
maybe he can teach Marko, Kelly or Thomas what it takes to become someone like Johnson ?? it isnt just about raw talent..
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maybe he can teach Marko, Kelly or Thomas what it takes to become someone like Johnson ?? it isnt just about raw talent..

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maybe he can teach Marko, Kelly or Thomas what it takes to become someone like Johnson ?? it isnt just about raw talent..
May be he will actually utilize Marko.
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Hopefully he sneaks Andre Johnson into one of his pockets on the way out of town, lol.
LMAO!! I can just picture him walking out whistling like nothing... Then Kubiak asks if Kyle is happy to see him.
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but in Houston he got Schaub to over 4000 yards passing this year.. mediocre running game, however..
I don't know how much to read into that time in Houston, I'm fairly sure that Kubiak was more responsible for it. Shanahan did a great job with their WRs though.
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Shanahan did a great job with their WRs though.
That's good to hear. I can think of a few potentially decent young WRs on this roster who could use some high-quality coaching.
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That's good to hear. I can think of a few potentially decent young WRs on this roster who could use some high-quality coaching.
I can think of an entire team that can use some high-quality coaching...
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That's good to hear. I can think of a few potentially decent young WRs on this roster who could use some high-quality coaching.
Shanahan is probably responsible for Andre Johnson going from a 1100ish yard a season WR to a 1500+ yard a season WR. I was also impressed with the play of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc WRs from the Texans whenever I saw them play.
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Shanahan did a great job with their WRs though.
Awesome. Mitchell, Kelly, Thomas and Davis may shine just yet.
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