Joe Brady effect
Is the Joe Brady effect real? I guess we'll find out this weekend against the Eagles, but I'd say it's likely. I've said before that it's up to the players to be smart with the football and not turn it over but also they have to execute the plays that are called. While this is all very true, the way a game is called and the type of plays that are called can play a big role in turnovers and execution as well.
It's been said by more than one player over the last two years that Ken Dorsey's offense was complex and you have to wonder if maybe it was too complex. Brady also uses more motion than Dorsey and this can help to not only diagnose what the defense is doing but help create mismatches and misdirection that can make things easier on the players.