If we saw a weakness in Fangio's scheme last year is that the quick passing game is pretty effective. See 1st GB game, Dolphins and Pats games last year. Coincidentally, we lost those games and it shows that if you can be patient and efficient with quick passes, i.e. slants, screens, etc. - you can move the ball on his scheme and frustrate their pass rush. Of course, a solid balanced attack is going to need to be involved. Meaning a healthy dose of Montgomery, Cohen and Davis.
But this all relies on Nagy recognizing this and developing a sound game plan around it. If we get in a situation where we have to throw the ball down the field repeatedly because we're down a couple scores - then I don't think there's any way we can win.
We're not going to score TD's on 4-5 play drives. It's going to be methodical, marching down the field and not turning the ball over.
I don't have confidence that our offense can do that right now though, especially on the road against Fangio who knows our team better than anyone else.
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