Calling a game on offense for the Als could be done by a 10-year-old. There is no creativity, no attacking the perimeter of the field. Everything is predictable and that, apart from the penalties and turnovers, was why we couldn't score points today. Khari can talk all he want about the team's fight, but until he looks in the mirror and addresses the predictable playcalling and the stale playbook, nothing will change.
I am sick of seeing a handoff to Stanback up the gut on first down. Particularly in an RPO offense run by Trevor Harris so enemy defenses don't have to respect him as a rushing threat to the outside the way they did with Adams or Shiltz.
Someone needs to tell Khari that you can run plays outside the hash marks! If the defense knows they don't have to play sideline to sideline, they can focus on shutting you down up the middle and in the deep game.
More quick outs to the sidelines. Stacked cross and ins so the QB has multiple options in the same width of field. RB checkdown options (though that would require Stanback to learn how to catch a damn pass). Drag routes. HB pitches.
There is so much we could be doing to keep our opponents guessing. But we make life easy for enemy defenses. You know what we're going to do, game after game.