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An interesting critique of Kellen Moore’s offense.
Last week generated some interesting discussion when the folks over at PFF deemed Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore as the second-best offensive coordinator in the National Football League. On paper you can look at the Cowboys offense from a year ago and make a great case for Moore, but obviously the way things unfolded over the second half of the season left a bitter taste in people’s mouths. Not everything is about the totality of results, but the totality of results for Moore as winter wore on were not exactly glowing.
General criticism of Moore (who is amazingly entering his fourth year as the team’s OC) has revolved around what the team does (really doesn’t do) in the redzone. He takes heat for not being as creative as his reputation would suggest that he is.
Kellen Moore has one of the least unique offensive schemes in the NFL according to PFF