One is the way I like to coach. I coach with a game plan. In one game, I can coach what the game plan’s like [for that player], based on what my defensive personnel says. Then I can coach what you’re doing on offense. If you’re going to go against a single-high coverage, or a team that really defends the football with their deep, four-man coverage, I’ll just tell you what that’s going to look like, and I can give you the defense. I’m a lot more comfortable with a plan of how I want them to attack you, and not the other way around…I wouldn’t say I’m trying to change the way I do things, because I haven’t…You should never change your game plan at the start of the season, because we didn’t see a lot of things that made much sense. We didn’t see the defense [for] our best opponents, and we weren’t able to adjust to those issues…The other thing that we didn’t see very often was some things that were not a good fit for us, but we saw in some of our opponent’s matchups. I guess that’s coaching.
—Mike Rumph, Philadelphia Eagles, 2016 draft pick
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