On the good side:

1. The offense that Chip ran, a lot in 2015, but more so in 2014 and '13, had guys wide open versus that which I see in other games. His offense got guys open. This year, it happened to be guys who couldn't catch as the biggest culprit, a QB who didn't hit them to a lesser extent, but the guys are open, more so that what I see from these offenses. If our guys can get open, what can decent guys do? (We played NE, ARI, WAS, so we did have exposrue to p/o teams)

On the bad side:

2. The DB's cover way better than ours do. You see good DB play, both in coverage and tackling and you realize how far away we are in that department.

A reason to throw out our D concepts but keep many of our O concepts.