I much prefer the passing game, which probably requires coaches that know how to teach and game plan a passing game.
I don't think Doman knows enough about the passing game, and nuances to be effective.
He knows the option game and run/pass mix, but that gap in knowledge hurts in a lot of ways.
Coaches really need to be mostly teachers, and a smaller portion is game plan. Good players can cover up issues, but it would be really nice to have good/great coaching along with good/great players.
I guess we will see what happens this off season.
Here's a trick question. Who is the better QB coach, Max Hall... or Jordan Wynn?