I believe the offense can only be effective if it can exploit what the opposing defense gives them. One week it means playing more spread. Others it's two TEs. I agree we haven't done either consistently well but I place the blame on youth/talent over scheme. Palmer said the following: "I feel we put the players in a position to make plays, and at that point it falls on the players,’’ Palmer said. “We had a chance to drive and win on Sunday, and then we throw an interception. Well, that is part of a young quarterback. You learn from that experience and hopefully next time he’ll take us down and put us in field goal position. And you have to live through that." Again, it's not the popular viewpoint but I agree with it 100%. The only optimism I have is that the new OC can pinpoint the plays this offense can execute best and call those plays in the right situation. That alone can go a long way towards making them more successful. Giving Jake some confidence will go a long way towards his development.