Joe Webb sees one big advantage in the Vikings new offense under offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave compared to last year’s attack led by Brad Childress and Darrell Bevell.
“The verbiage is a lot shorter,” Webb told TheVikingAge.com. “With Coach Musgrave’s, it allows you to play fast. You just call at the most three, four words and you have a whole play. It just allows you to not worry about calling the play but worry about executing the play.”
Apparently Webb shared one of Brett Favre’s concerns last year and thought the offense may have been overcomplicated.
“Last year I was more worried about getting the play called right in the huddle so everyone knew what to do. It also affected my game on the field,” Webb said.
Webb is currently working out with Christian Ponder in Florida. No matter how simple the verbiage is, it’s going to be tough for the young quarterbacks to be effective with limited offseason instruction.