This offense is boom or bust. If they don't score on a big play then they struggle to sustain a drive, which is bad news when all they need to do is burn clock, as well as malfunctioning in the red zone. Once again they get handed the ball inside it and get only a FG out of it. Every week there is at least one of each of a turnover, bad and/or mishandled snap or untimely penalty. It seems at times that at least one of those is guaranteed to happen in any drive that goes over 6 plays or so.
Teams are scheming to take away the outside, often bringing pressure to do so. Apparently the response is to keep calling for east-west runs. It's particularly head-scratching when after they have success inside, they go back to a stretch play and when that doesn't work simply run it again to the opposite side.
I don't know what the Bucks will look like at the end of the year. But the one taking the field right now (players and coaches) will not win the B1G East Division