Why do the teams in the GFL have the head coaches calling the plays instead of having offensive and defensive coordinators?
As someone who doesn’t know the game at all, why wouldn’t they call the plays?
Most NFL teams have Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Coordinators that call the plays for their teams so the Head Coach can focus on the full scheme of the game. Like, my new hero, Ron Rivera has Sean McDermott as the Defensive Coordinator, The certifiable Offensive GENIUS of Rod Chudzinski for the O’ Coordinator, and Brian Murphy for special teams.
Ron can focus on the scheme of the game, tell his coaches what he needs to have happen.
Because in the GFL the teams are run by the mobs – oh wait, that happens in the NFL too (right New Orleans?).
They probably do have the coordinators but they probably work like the mob. The coordinators tell the head coach their suggestions and he makes the call.
Just wanted to clarify on the comparison in the NFL.
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