So this may be one of the more ridiculous posts of the year but I really am excited and sitting at, or watch the first game every year one thing I tend to notice is the first offensive play of the year. In seasons past we've done different things, go for the home run right away, pound it up the middle to set a tempo, or mabye a trick play, play action, delayed screen?
My opinion is the first play we run is a bubble screen to the often unforgotten Antonio Bryant. This play, similar to the one the Texans ran against us on their first offensive play last year to Andre Johnson for 59 yards. Now I know A bryant is nowhere near the player of A Johnson but I can see Antonio Bryant being the recipiant of alot of bubble screens and short passes this year. It's something we've never really done as a team and he's the perfect player for it. Throw in some screens for Bernard Scott and we've got alot more big play opportunity at little risk.