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I don’t get where the notion of conservative Lovie not wanting a dynamic offense comes from. He brought in Mike Martz in Chicago and Jeff Tedford was supposed to have a dynamic, innovative offense. Neither time it worked out, but it was outside of the traditional run-run-pass stereotype that most people think of when they talk about Lovie.In terms of a QB, I'd think that Lovie saw what having Peyton Manning did for Dungy and would desperately want a franchise guy. I also think the idea that Lovie would be afraid to draft a QB is ridiculous.Criticizing Lovie for the coordinators he has brought in to run the offense is certainly fair, but it does seem like he has been willing to go outside the box to get a good offense.

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