Greg Cosell went on Bull & Fox and talked about Baker. He watched all 350 drop backs from last year.
First off, he says everyone runs basically the same thing, just how you get there and the players involved. Basically he says formations, personnel, and play progression are the key. Stefanski uses the same things and concepts...but different emphasis.
Second, he noted that motion was used much less in '19...which then didn't give Baker the keys to adjust at the line. He also mentioned that Baker had unsettled footwork. He lost some of his mechanics last year, especially his feet...and left the pocket too soon (maybe due to OL).
Regarding RPO and shotgun, he is really good at it because he is 'twitchy'...and the Browns were good at it. The problem was, there was no protection, so the RPO's were not as successful as it could have been. (this will be why it will be better this year, with the ZBS pushing defenders wide). Said we may be seeing Hunt/Chubb on field together.
Regarding INT's...some were poor placement, some were flukes. Very few due to bad reads. So Baker is seeing the field and the defense, but he was having issues from lack of protection (losing his accuracy) and fluky bounces. Ultimately said Baker is a natural QB and can make all the throws...just needs refinement.
Says Baker is a FAR BETTER thrower than Cousins. Stronger and can do more things. NICE!!!
He is looking forward to Baker with OBJ...mentioned that Cousins went to 1 on 1's on the outside a lot with Stefanski at the helm. Expects OBJ to have a great year.
Chubb, he says is explosive for a man that size. Looks forward to see Chubb/Hunt on the field at the same time...will put the D's in a bad position.
Expects a ton of 1 on 1's, because the offense is so well schemed.
I like GC, he is a pure analytical guy and isn't selling anything. If he sees this being that good of a situation, then I am suddenly a lot more excited!!!