Thanks for posting that.
I find it amazing that Dilfer still talks in generalities about skills. "His eyes are good", "he looks people off", "he manipulates with his eyes", "his feet are solid", etc. Dilfer calls Mac a "mid-ceiling" guy, so he makes up a new phrase. I always wonder why someone can't answer Cowherd's question. Cowherd comments that Mac is not making the cringe worthy plays and wonders why. Dilfer never answers him. Why can't ex-QBs that are professional commentators answer a question like Cowherd's? Dilfer answers with football-speak generalities. That makes me think that Dilfer really does not know. Dilfer says, "I called my ex-QB friends and they agree", again no explanation or detail. We get explanations like "scheme fit", "offensive genius", etc., no real detailed breakdown.
BB breaks down plays with Zo, and a lot of guys can break down plays in hindsight. But what does the Pats and Mac do in preparation to be successful? Does BB have three #2 receivers instead of a #1 to be able to exploit weaknesses from week to week? What are those typical weaknesses and what skills are needed to win in those situations? No one can ever give those details except breaking down plays in hindsight.