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What Can We Expect From Todd Monken's Offense?
Also @law_dawg35 for his discussion of bold predictions for 2020, where the issue of Todd Monken's offensive style came up.
This is meant to be a wide open discussion, giving us something to talk about and look FORWARD to for the upcoming season.
Here are some questions that I'm curious to know the answers to:
- What kind of numbers will Jamie Newman put up, in the air and on the ground?
- What will each of our RB's do, on the ground and in the passing game?
- Who will our top WR's be, and what will their numbers looks like?
- Will any of the freshman WR's make an impact?
- What role will Blaylock play coming off injury?
- How about the TE's?
- And what about the OL? How will it differ? Both in personnel and scheme.
@texdawg and our other football experts are welcome to talk about the finer points rather than stats. I've never been a coach so I don't know exactly what distinguishes Monken's offense from Chaney/Coley or Joe Brady or Mike Leach or Andy Reid, etc.
Just to kick things off, and FWIW, I'm going to post (below) a summary of the leading rushers and receivers for each of Monken's seasons (college and pro) as an OC or a HC.