that is what a normal OC would be doingHurricaneBear wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 9:16 amWhy does everyone think the OC does nothing here? The OC runs the offense throughout the week and installs the game plans while Nagy's head coaching. Sure the OC doesn't call plays but theres far more to the job than just calling plays. Nagy talked about this during last offseason in his pressers
we do not know what Nagy's ideas on this are
did he hire Lazor to truly be the OC? to create the game plans and maybe (gasp) call plays?
or did he hire Lazor to simply appear to be open to change and quiet his critics, while all the while creating even more gimmicks which he will now have someone else to blame when they fail?
I am optimistic this will be a team effort with Lazor and Nagy, AND Trubisky, so they can all co-exist and come up with something that can be useful and effective ... but I won't hold my breath
don't forget, Nagy himself said after one loss "I know we need to run the ball more. I'm not an idiot." then proceeded to run the ball maybe 10 times the next game, indicating to me that yes, he is an idiot to some degree
so let's see what our idiot comes up with now that he has a chosen buddy to bounce things off of