Now when people think of offenses they never think of an Offensive Linemen let alone consider them the best weapon on a team. Most people think that all a linemen can do is improve the run game and give QBs extra time to throw the ball but Clady improves our offense more than that. We'll start seeing dividends immediately from some of our higher paid players.
As a LT he's going to have to protect Jay Cutler's blindside even more now that Cutler has recently been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. He'll provide time for Cutler to throw the ball but not only will he do that but he will also allow DANIEL GRAHAM to become the receiver he wants to believe. We'll no longer use him as an extra linemen. I'm predicting Graham to get about 40 to 50 catches this year. Maybe after this season people will see why we paid all of that money to get Daniel Graham.
Also Denver loves to run the stretch play to our RB. Clady knows how to seal any defenders on the play. If you don't believe me ask the Oklahoma Sooner's defense that lost in the Bowl Game a few years ago. Now Travis Henry can find the holes in the defense and break off big gains thus taking pressure off of Cutler. And now that we have our staple back in the run game teams will have to play to that allowing us to run the Bootleg more effectively than the past couple of years.
Some of Clady's haters always want to bring up his low wonderlic score. That's a dumb argument because when he took the test he had just tore a pectoral muscle. He wasn't thinking about the test at the time. Another argument is that he won't understand the ZBS and he'll end up like George Foster. Well Clady ran the ZBS in college and he understands it as to where Foster couldn't even grasp it.
I think Clady will be our best offensive weapon this year. This is all if he lives up to his potential though.