I'm not sure he's developing slowly but that's a topic for another thread. To be honest, he looks like he's developing faster than players like Jake Locker, Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin, and yes, even Cam Newton (IMO).
I'm not saying the QB coaching is good or bad, but I am suggesting that we just don't know how well he's being coached.
Caleb Sturgis is so bad, that after being cut by the Dolphins, we got a revenge game against him.
Bring back Gary Stevens to be OC. He was pretty good but he also had Dan.
I think Sherman should step aside and let Ken O'Keefe become the Offense Coordinator. I feel that O'Keefe could do a great job as the coordinator (didn't think about it until I read the article), he was the coordinator for Iowa, no they didn't win a National Championship, but they were always a solid team offensively while he was there.
I don't think we get rid of Sherman all together, he would be an excellent GM for us, he knows the system which would allow him to select the best type of players for the offense. He still knows some of the college players coming out, since he is only 2 years removed from the college ranks. He was a decent GM/Head Coach in Green Bay, I think his down fall is in coaching and not in getting the right players for the system. He couldn't do any worse than Mr. Ireland, just saying.
Happy Thanksgiving to all Finheaven.
I'm sorry but that linked article was terrible. Why does everyone with a keyboard think they are an online expert? I agree Sherman needs to go, but it's much more complex than cadence. Blaming cadence is like blaming the structural integrity of the twin towers as to the reason they fell.
We don't have a single "biggest issue." We have many.
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The constant for the last 5 years of poor offense is Jeff Ireland. We have changed players and coaches. We actually had something good with B Marshall/R Bush but of course that was not allowed to continue.
I would start by kicking him to the curb first.