You can tell why he wasn't hired as a head coach. He simply doesn't come across as a particularly detailed individual. The first part of his presentation covered basic offensive concepts and how defenses typically react to them. To be honest, he wasn't very impressive. But then, he put on a cut up of particular plays from last season that were meant to illustrate how the talent on the defensive side of the ball is much better than is perceived by the public.
And it was very convincing.
One thing that really struck me was Moss' disdain for the old scheme. It was palpable. He didn't shy away from his responsibility in last years defensive fiasco, but he continually stressed how excited he was that Dom Capers was on board. He also stated that Capers has made it abundantly clear that the effort he saw on tape last year on the defensive side of the ball was unacceptable. Strong stuff.
He wrapped up with just an astonishingly passionate couple of minutes talking about how different things were going to be this year. I. Can. Not. Wait.
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