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    Question Jeff Fisher's Offense

    So, what does Fisher like on the offensive side? I have read that he likes ball control with an emphasis on the running game leading into play action passing.

    Does he employ the WCO?

    Anyone and everyone with insight please feel free to comment.





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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    Yes sir. The WCO. Conservative offense, few shots down the field, and run the ball.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    What is interesting to me is the year off.

    Is he going to come back as the same coach with the same mindset and the same schemes? Or in his time off has he developed new ideas on how to get the job done?

    Either way... I'm excited.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    Also never had consistent down the field threats on his squad. He was evolving and trying to bring that in his last year with Britt, and his attempted acquisition of Moss.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    I'm expecting our new Headcoach to run the offense and defense that works best for the talent level on our team.

    So, your guess is as good if not better than mine.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    i'm expecting on 1st and goal from the one he's gonna give it to steven jackson until he gets into the endzone.

    MCD can call whatever he want, i don't see fisiher letting stupid things happen.
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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    With the reported interest of shottenheimer, he is going to run a complex WCO.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferter View Post
    So, what does Fisher like on the offensive side?
    He likes boring football.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    I am a BIG fan of winning football. Boring is fine. Just win

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    Re: Jeff Fisher's Offense

    While everyone complains about the WCO and its boring and conservative schemes, think about Bradford. The most important player on our team. Bradford excelled in the WCO his rookie year with a group of mediocre receivers. With the addition of a few playmakers, a WCO could look quite a bit more exciting.

    Either way, it suits Bradford and moves the ball between the twenties. Then the playmakers due the rest in the redzone.

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