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Old 08-25-2008, 01:57 PM   #16
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Re: Cooley's take on the Panthers game

I'm not interested in jibber jabber from Cooley, Zorn or anyone else. Do some talking on the football field.
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Old 08-25-2008, 02:20 PM   #17
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His brother posts some stuff but for the most part I think CC really does update it.
I wonder how the coaches/management feels about CC making comments like this to the public on his own? I don't disagree with anything he said, but typically teams like to speak through their coaches, post-game interviews notwithstanding.
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Old 08-25-2008, 03:23 PM   #18
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Re: Cooley's take on the Panthers game

I'd imagine that the Redskins have signed off on his blog, and that they are willing to pull the plug on items they don't agree with (IE 2007 Rookies video that was very short-lived last week...which was hilarious!).

Cooley is definitely a straight-shooter, speaks his mind sort of guy. He's just a kid trying to get paid and have fun (if you haven't already, go watch Chris vs. On-Star video...)
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Old 08-25-2008, 03:56 PM   #19
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I did - that was hilarious!
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Old 08-26-2008, 12:15 PM   #20
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Re: Cooley's take on the Panthers game

Cooley is hardcore. Our team was just paying not to get hurt...bottom line, i attribute that soft performance of the ol soley on that.
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That game reminded me of the NE pre-season blowout a couple years back.
Except that after that blow-out, the team as a whole said "Oh don't worry, it's just preseason - we weren't really playing. We'll be fine in the opener."

The attitude this time is completely different. I have yet to hear one person (player or coach) play this off as an aberration. They were embarrassed, know they were embarrased, and don't want it to happen again.
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Old 08-26-2008, 12:59 PM   #22
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Re: Cooley's take on the Panthers game

I heard someone say on the radio....Zorn needed to learn what it was like to win..and he did it going 3-0...but he also needed to learn what it was like to get beat too. How to face the criticism and pull the team with a bad taste in its mouth out of the fire
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Old 08-26-2008, 06:20 PM   #23
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I heard someone say on the radio....Zorn needed to learn what it was like to win..and he did it going 3-0...but he also needed to learn what it was like to get beat too. How to face the criticism and pull the team with a bad taste in its mouth out of the fire
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:23 PM   #24
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Does anyone know where you can get that Chris Cooley tucker hat. The only ones Ive seen are autographed and id like to get one that wasnt so i could actually wear it.
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Go on the website and contact them. I'd be willing to bet they would be able to sell you one sans autograph...
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Old 08-27-2008, 01:55 PM   #26
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Re: Cooley's take on the Panthers game

I have read a bunch of different players blog and CC's is by far the best because he doesn't pull any punches. I love being able to read a players true insight into whats going on.
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Or maybe it was a case of a team getting too cocky. Zorn said they had one of their best practices leading up to the game. Or maybe it was just a case of a team coming out flat for whatever reason and getting their butts kicked. Who knows really. I'm sure Zorn is searching for the same answer.
All the interviews I saw throughout camp, all the players and coaches seemed really loose and relaxed. Maybe a little too much. It's a delicate balancing act. Gibbs was very terse and ran a tight ship, and you rarely saw anything but very serious attitudes from the players and coaches (save for Clinton's characters). I think the Carolina game was a good smack in the face. And groin. And stomach... Yeah, we got punked.

But it was a good wake up for us, and I think with the quality of our locker room chemistry and veteran leadership, we'll re-focus and turn it into a positive. I think we come out hungry and crisp in New York next week. They're reeling with the Osi injury, especially with Strahan snubbing them. And the way Peppers used Samuels last weekend, I'm glad Osi won't be in there.
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All the interviews I saw throughout camp, all the players and coaches seemed really loose and relaxed. Maybe a little too much. It's a delicate balancing act. Gibbs was very terse and ran a tight ship, and you rarely saw anything but very serious attitudes from the players and coaches (save for Clinton's characters). I think the Carolina game was a good smack in the face. And groin. And stomach... Yeah, we got punked.

But it was a good wake up for us, and I think with the quality of our locker room chemistry and veteran leadership, we'll re-focus and turn it into a positive. I think we come out hungry and crisp in New York next week. They're reeling with the Osi injury, especially with Strahan snubbing them. And the way Peppers used Samuels last weekend, I'm glad Osi won't be in there.
I'm not a fan of playing the Giants when he have them "right where we want them"

Four years ago we had them right where we wanted them when they had internal strife of Coughlin's "If you're on time, you're late" meeting rule...and we lost

Three years ago we had them right where we wanted them when they were reeling over the death of owner Wellington Mara...and we lost

Last year we had them right where we wanted them when they got destroyed in the first two games of the season and the defense couldn't stop anyone...and we lost
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Re: Cooley's take on the Panthers game

Yeah I think this supposed demise of the Giants is seriously overblown. While I don't see them going back to the SB, I think last year they just got hot at the right time, but they will definitely be a contender in the East.
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I'm not a fan of playing the Giants when he have them "right where we want them"

Four years ago we had them right where we wanted them when they had internal strife of Coughlin's "If you're on time, you're late" meeting rule...and we lost

Three years ago we had them right where we wanted them when they were reeling over the death of owner Wellington Mara...and we lost

Last year we had them right where we wanted them when they got destroyed in the first two games of the season and the defense couldn't stop anyone...and we lost
That brings up a good point. Look at the condition of the Skins after Sean's death last year and the team results at season end. AND, if I recall correctly, a couple of those Giant losses were pretty good ass-kickin's
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