The Jacksonville Jaguars offensive game plan on Sunday was way too conservative, I think that much most of us can agree. Sunday after the game, offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter talked about the conditions of the game being a big factor. "We had a hard time hanging on to the ball. That was severe weather conditions for a while for both teams. If you were in long yardage, it was just. . . . We had difficulty just getting the snap. Just the condition of the footballs. I don't know how many footballs we take into a game, but we ran out," Koetter told the media after the game.
Del Rio seemed to agree that's why the offense took such a sharp conservative turn. Del Rio explained Sunday after the game, "Obviously you're adjusting some of the things that you do based on that kind of weather. That's just what you do. I thought we adjusted well. It did get adjusted as it should."
So wait... On Sunday Del Rio said he thought the offense adjusted well and as it should, then on Monday you're not sure what caused it to be as conservative as it was?
"Like I said, all those factors that I just laid out there -- the weather, us running it well, them missing a couple linebackers -- I think those things were all factors that played into it. But I definitely would like to see us be more aggressive, more proactive going after people," Del Rio said.
Well, if you'd like to see the offense opened up more during the game... as ESPN's Paul Kuharsky tweeted yesterday...
Now, Del Rio certainly shouldn't micromanage Dirk Koetter, but if he thinks something needs to change offensively... SAY SOMETHING DURING THE GAME. Don't tell us after the game that you thought the necessary and right adjustments were made then 24 hours say you don't know why it was so conservative. You're the head coach. It's your job to know and to change it.