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  • Gilbride Offense or Macadoo Offense

    Looking back, knowing what we know now if you had to pick between the two, would you choose Gilbride or Mac's offense?

    Given Mac's performance, Gilbride is looking more like a scapegoat than the actual problem when he got fired.

    What say you?
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  • #2
    Gilbride is an all-time great OC.

    McAdoo is a putz.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TCHOF View Post
      Gilbride is an all-time great OC.

      McAdoo is a putz.
      +1

      is this even really a question?

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      • #4
        There are several things I like about Gilbride's offense, even though it was supposedly a very difficult offense, opposing defenses found it very hard to defend. Eli had full control to move the routes around as he saw fit. Put it this way...You e never heard "We know what they were going to run before they ran it" when Gilbride was around!

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        • #5
          Gilbride is a superior coach to McAdoo. Mac was probably the worst coach in the entire NFL. That includes coordinators.
          It is when one is working within limits, that the master begins to reveal himself.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Snappinnecks View Post
            There are several things I like about Gilbride's offense, even though it was supposedly a very difficult offense, opposing defenses found it very hard to defend. Eli had full control to move the routes around as he saw fit. Put it this way...You e never heard "We know what they were going to run before they ran it" when Gilbride was around!
            Besides the "rocket" incident.

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            • #7
              I like the idea of, what was supposed to be, Mac's up tempo offense. I think Eli can thrive in an up-tempo, no huddle offense.

              I also liked Gilbride's propensity to push the ball down the field.

              A combination of both would be nice.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by B&RWarrior View Post
                Looking back, knowing what we know now if you had to pick between the two, would you choose Gilbride or Mac's offense?

                Given Mac's performance, Gilbride is looking more like a scapegoat than the actual problem when he got fired.

                What say you?
                Still remember the 49ers DB's complaining in the 2011 NFC championship game how tough it was to cover Giants WR's. Particularity Cruz in this offence.


                KG and its not even close.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by CGYgiant View Post

                  Still remember the 49ers DB's complaining in the 2011 NFC championship game how tough it was to cover Giants WR's. Particularity Cruz in this offence.


                  KG and its not even close.
                  I understand why he was “retired” when he was....don’t necessarily agree but I definitely understand the decision...but one thing I would have loved to see is Odell Beckham in the Gilbride system. That O was ALL about the X receiver. I think he would have destroyed....not that he hasn’t but i still would have loved to see it

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                  • #10
                    Gilbride all day every day ... and it's not even close

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Snappinnecks View Post
                      There are several things I like about Gilbride's offense, even though it was supposedly a very difficult offense, opposing defenses found it very hard to defend. Eli had full control to move the routes around as he saw fit. Put it this way...You e never heard "We know what they were going to run before they ran it" when Gilbride was around!
                      Just ask Carlos Rodgers who was a pro bowl corner in 2011 how he felt about Gilbrides offense. Dude was basically crying to his coaches about the options routes. Good ol times i tell ya.

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                      • #12
                        Gilbride's for sure. Like some of the passing concepts that came in under Mac, but ultimately without TC's imprint, Mac's offense proved to be incredibly ineffective even though we have the most dynamic player in the NFL on our roster.

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                        • #13
                          NIETHER

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                          • #14
                            The two offensive schemes have something in common, they were both blame for Eli's bad play.

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                            • #15
                              it goes in this order.

                              1- gilbride
                              2- my wife
                              3- macadoo

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