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Mattyk 10-29-2012 04:08 PM

Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
Now that we've gotten the slightly ridiculous "should Shanahan be fired" debate out of the way, let's talk about the more likely scenario, getting rid of Haslett. Vote and discuss.

los panda 10-29-2012 04:10 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
my vote hinges on if he has lost the locker room, so i can't vote until i get word on that.

if he has, fire him immediately.
otherwise, wait and see what he does w the rest of this season.

Mattyk 10-29-2012 04:11 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
I'm not a huge fan of making coaching moves in season, but it might make sense especially if we having another piss poor showing against the Panthers.

SmootSmack 10-29-2012 04:11 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
There's no clear choice to replace him now. So wait until the end of the season and get...

Mattyk 10-29-2012 04:13 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
[quote=SmootSmack;958656]There's no clear choice to replace him now. So wait until the end of the season and get...[/quote]

Why not let Morris take the reins? How is his rep in the locker room?

los panda 10-29-2012 04:14 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
and then flip a coin between greg robinson and ray rhodes

los panda 10-29-2012 04:16 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
or let fletcher "tom landry" the defense

CrustyRedskin 10-29-2012 04:16 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
Oh goodness, this place is fixing to turn into Lord of the Flies.

los panda 10-29-2012 04:17 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
[quote=CrustyRedskin;958661]Oh goodness, this place is fixing to turn into Lord of the Flies.[/quote]sharpen your weapon!

NC_Skins 10-29-2012 04:18 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
[quote=Mattyk;958657]Why not let Morris take the reins? How is his rep in the locker room?[/quote]

Replace one 4-3 guy with another? I'd dare say that Haz knows more about the 3-4 than Morris does so I'm not sure that move would be smart either.


I selected "wait till after the season", but I'm really torn on just parting with him if the Panthers game goes bad defensively. However, I think this is one area that all of us agree that a change has to be made at the DC position.

irish 10-29-2012 04:21 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
Just what this organization needs, more change. Its the talent (or lack thereof) not the coaching.

CrustyRedskin 10-29-2012 04:22 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
And its just a matter of time before Hasslett gets the Blitzkrieg Bop!!!

Lotus 10-29-2012 04:24 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
Since the word is that Haslett has lost the locker room, he has to go. It will be impossible to get good results while he is here.

DynamiteRave 10-29-2012 04:27 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
I voted after the season, but if the locker room's lost, go for it during the bye week. Suppose it can't get much worse than your players thinking you're a joke.

calia 10-29-2012 04:30 PM

re: Hey Ho, Haslett has to go! (or maybe not)
 
I have an idea. Let's switch for a 4-3 during the bye week.

OK, all joking aside. I don't see how getting rid of Haslett helps. To be clear, there are instances when addition by subtraction is a viable strategy, and D. Hall is getting perilously close to the point where that could happen, but for coaches, that's generally a bad idea unless the locker room is lost. Moreover, on our staff, it doesn't seem like anyone has more experience with the defense we're running. And I don't get the sense that Haslett has lost the locker room (I haven't seen a single report indicating as much, which one often sees when that happens). I do think that the staff is now trying to think about how else it might generate pressure -- I think seeing Baker on the field yesterday was evidence of that (even though it was not successful). I also think they're pushing the CBs to press a little more at the line -- as evidenced by C. Griffin's penalty. But clearly, these things are not enough.


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