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Old 02-03-2008, 10:39 PM   #16
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Re: Spagnuolo is looking good (Defense)

I have wanted him since the beginning, right after the g-men beat dallas. The d looked great tonight, and I cant imagine what he could do with our defensive talent.
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Old 02-03-2008, 10:41 PM   #17
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Let's please not annoint Spagnuolo on the basis of one game.
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Old 02-03-2008, 10:42 PM   #18
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After what his D has done I would give him a serious look. Not sure though how he would work with Blatche/Zorn...
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Old 02-03-2008, 10:44 PM   #19
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Him coming here is a pipe dream. Just forget about it. I doubt Snyder is really even gunning for this guy.

Hunker down for either Mooch or Fassel, because thats what you're gonna get.
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I'm on the bandwagon. Mr. Snyder we have found our man even it Blache gets mad. This guy schemed the hell our of the Patriots. Welcome home Spags!!!!

Why would you want Spagnuolo? Hell, we can get Belichick for free now.
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Old 02-03-2008, 10:45 PM   #21
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Him coming here is a pipe dream. Just forget about it. I doubt Snyder is really even gunning for this guy.

Hunker down for either Mooch or Fassel, because thats what you're gonna get.
Why not? The guy is young and a hell of a DC, plus he started his career as Charlie Casserly's gofer with the Skins.
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Old 02-03-2008, 10:52 PM   #22
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His name is too hard to spell. Pass

Seriously though, hiring him-while not a bad choice-would defeat the idea that the coordinators were approved by the coaching candidates. Unless of course, a friend of a friend of Spags mentioned to Snyder that maybe, just maybe, he'd like Zorn as his OC.

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Let's please not annoint Spagnuolo on the basis of one game.
Too early to annoint him, sure, but remember that he has been a force in the NFC East for 7 or 8 seasons now, and it would be more exciting to have a young, relatively unkown head coach with a lot of possible upside than to have Mooch or Fassel, two guys with experience who have proven to be a bit more than mediocre head coaches.
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Not taking anything away from the Giants or Spags, but I'm not ready to annoint him our next great coach based on this game or this season.. We don't have Strahan, Umenyoura (sp), Tuck or Pierce.. They have better talent across the DL which makes the defense go..

Blache can adopt some of his philosophies but he's a 1st year DC who did a great job but our roster and current coaching staff isn't built for a rookie head coach..
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Slightly off-topic, but it's pretty amazing how stacked the Giants are at DE. They've got 2 Pro Bowl, bookened DEs in Osi and Strahan. a double-digit sack BACKUP in Justin Tuck and Kiwanuka (who plays OLB, but can play DE).
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I think we have found our next head coach. I just hope Zorn is ready to handle the offense since Spags will take control of the defense. I believe that he needs to be our coach. This guy schemed the hell out of the Patriots. The Giants were the only team this year to handle the Pats offense. I have never seen Brady get hit that many times other than when the Ravens played them.
great job by the Giants D, but I'm not sure what brilliant scheme you are referring to. The G-men's D-line is phenomenal. If only we had built up a D-line like that instead of holding onto losers like Wynn and Daniels over the last few years.
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Yeah, well lets not get our panties in a bunch.

If he signs here, he no longer has Pierce.
Or Tuck, or Umenyoura, or Strahan... Players make a lot of coaches look greater than they actually are..

Norv Turner calling plays for Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, Jay Novacek & Michael Irvin was an offensive genius.

Norv Turner calling plays for Heath Shuler, Ricky Ervins, Alvin Harper and Michael Westbroke was a f-ckin moron.
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The Giants can't match the HC but as far as money .........that won't be the issiue.
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great job by the Giants D, but I'm not sure what brilliant scheme you are referring to. The G-men's D-line is phenomenal. If only we had built up a D-line like that instead of holding onto losers like Wynn and Daniels over the last few years.
Man, AMEN to that. The NFL is a copycat league, and we can only hope that Cerrato and Snyder will take notice.

Unless Spags can bring that front four with him, I wouldn't expect the same type of results in Washington.
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Not taking anything away from the Giants or Spags, but I'm not ready to annoint him our next great coach based on this game or this season.. We don't have Strahan, Umenyoura (sp), Tuck or Pierce.. They have better talent across the DL which makes the defense go..

Blache can adopt some of his philosophies but he's a 1st year DC who did a great job but our roster and current coaching staff isn't built for a rookie head coach..

That's a fairly acurate characterization, our defensive personell are not comparable to the Giants. The players are what make the difference here, not the coach. Plus, we already have our defensive coordinator in place.It's not likely for our team Snyder would hire a defensive minded HC with no NFL coaching experience. He would probably hire Meeks if he was going to do that.
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