When we come under such an offensive system the Martz offense provides, we need to become true students of the offense. Because if you try to do too much, you get sacked. If you try to do too little, that's not what the offense represents. And if you are in the middle, not too little or too much, it's too mediocre for a flashy offense.
And if you turn over the ball trying to run this offense, then you need to be benched, because it's all about winning and all about being the best offense in the NFL, possibly, in the history of the NFL. Martz has such a vision.
Well it depends how badly we want to win. And sometimes when we want to win badly, we force the ball and turn it over. That is part of O'Sullivan's struggles, secondly, it is one of the reasons he always was benched in his entire NFL career. Coaches have seen his errant play at times and poor decision making, trying to force the ball instead of managing the ball game AND letting things happen in a smooth flow.
O'Sullivan is talented. He's good. He's a pro bowl-caliber quarterback. He is on his way. But what can he do while he is being benched in favor of Shaun Hill?