Al Saunders is a bit overrated, IMO.
Everyone talks about how big and diverse his playbook is, but success isn't about that--- it's about executing.
The San Francisco offenses that helped win all those Super Bowls playing in a West Coast Offense that, essentially, had just about 25 plays. Sure, 25 plays that were replicated in different formations, but still, just about 25 plays. 25 plays that were practiced and executed to ruthless precision.
Originally Posted by bored of education
MJD is an exception to every rule.