So the NFL, as a whole, isn't practicing tackling. This is something CBD brought up. At yesterday's 7-on-7, where a traditional training camp offense sometimes completes all of it's passes, it was "maybe 40%".
We have Chubb and Hunt.
The NFL isn't practicing tackling.
Baker and the receivers aren't on the same page yet.
Add there is some buzz around the league that defenses are ripe for the picking to be run-pounded. They're light and fast with less and less thumping LB's.
Conklin's highest grades were in run blocking. Jed is struggling with pass blocking.
Zegura suggesting maybe that's the formula. Chubb, Hunt, Chubb, Hunt, Chubb, Hunt, Chubb, Hunt ... play action to Hoop and Hunter ... and then go from there.
Despite 3 probowl pass catchers and some promising rookies, our early identity may have to be ... run the ball.