Philadelphia Eagles Should Part Ways With Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg

April 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It won't ever happen because of head coach Andy Reid's relationship with him, but it's time to move on from offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.

His pass-happy, highly-predictable offense will always hold back this offense, regardless of who the quarterback is and how many weapons he has. Mornhinweg is often touted as an "offensive genius" who creates powerhouse offenses that set and break records, but his offense is also easily stopped when encountered by a good defense.

He reminds me a lot of Mike Martz in that he gets so pass-happy that he fails to look at other areas of the offense. There is, of course, the lack of a running game, but even worse is the breakdown in pass protection.

There were several times in '09 where, before the ball was even snapped, it was clear that the defense was able to identify the weakspot in the pass protection and attack it.

My discontent became ever greater with Mornhinweg after hearing comments Dallas Cowboys' li...

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