Apparently it is none of your freaking business.
Who cares as long as the offense eats up clock moving up and down the field, and can complete the deal in the red zone with a TD.
Barry Jackson (Miami Herald) wrote:
As far as play calling, Flores said it makes sense for quarterback coach Charlie Frye to convey the play to Tagovailoa, even though it appears co-offensive coordinator George Godsey is calling the plays.
Before any play, “somebody is watching the front side, somebody is watching the back side,” Flores said. “So there’s a lot of dialogue. Somebody gives Charlie the call and Charlie says [something such as] ‘wrist band 33’” to Tagovailoa just before the play. So Tagovailoa has only one voice in his ear in his headset: Frye’s.
Why is Flores not revealing who’s calling plays, even though it appears to be Godsey and not co-offensive coordinator Eric Studesville? “We just try to keep things internal,” Flores said.
Asked by a reporter what they gain from that, Flores said: “What do you guys gain from that?”
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