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Old 09-22-2009, 07:23 PM   #16
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Re: Zorn: "I'm not worried about my job"

I think we are going to win big.
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Old 09-22-2009, 07:36 PM   #17
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Re: Zorn: "I'm not worried about my job"

Zorn shouldn't be concerned about losing his job. He's not getting fired during the season.
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Old 09-22-2009, 07:39 PM   #18
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Re: Zorn: "I'm not worried about my job"

yea we do have the potential to win big over the lions ...

the bucs, while they are not the bucs of old are not a bad team ...

and byron lefty isnt a bad Qb either...

we'll have to play hard and smart to beat Tampa, point blaNK.

as for the lions... pressure the QB with exotic, please!, exotic looking blitzes and crazy schemes ... PLEASE! ... and our D will have a monster day and the offense could blow up also...

could be a very good day for the burgandy and gold.

if we play a base D and just sit in zones, rookie qb or not ... calvin johnson will rip the DBs with a better overall play-making ability and we will be having a long day.

hope that our D doesnt let us down because thats the only way i really see us losing this game.... if Blache is to vanilla.
cuz we already know wat 2 expect from zorns offense...
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Old 09-22-2009, 07:42 PM   #19
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if I win $10,000,000 I would lose my job (ok, leave ) but that ain't happening. and we aren't losing both of the next two games either.
I think this would be a good time to remind you that I have supported your views from day 1.
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Old 09-22-2009, 08:27 PM   #20
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I think this would be a good time to remind you that I have supported your views from day 1.
and it would be well rewarded my friend
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Old 09-22-2009, 08:28 PM   #21
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I don't see Zorn getting fired unless and until we are eliminated from playoff contention.
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sonny's smarter than zorn and zorn should b takin his advice
I feel the need to point out that Zorn is the coach and Sonny is not for a reason...now, that being said, how exactly is Sonny smarter than Zorn?

(can't believe I am defending Zorn right now)
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Old 09-22-2009, 09:26 PM   #23
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I'm sure that a lot of people aren't worried about Zorn's job right now either.
Good stuff...will you be around all week
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I would say the odds of the skins losing both of the next two games is far worse than 1 in 8. people need to stop looking at the games like "fans" before you judge what really happened. Yes I hated the game, yes it aggravates me, but for the last quarter of that game the only reason I was afraid we could lose was because of the past. The skins moved the ball at will, with good plays by campbell when needed. yes the redzone looked cruddy, but we were there for 16+ plays. (good that we were there cruddy that we didn't get 7 any time) the rams had one long run and some basic plays. Detroit is not a magical team, nor is Tampa. People need to relax, look at what went right, and eat the red gummy bears!
It's hard to relax when it's "POSSIBLE" that the Rams are worse than the Lions. We are flat out lucky to have limped away from that game with the W. Losing Thomas for the season is going to REALLY hurt too. We are going into detroit to face a team that has NOTHING to lose. Keep in mind that the lions were up 10-0 on the Vikings in the 2nd, and they did manage to score 27 vs the Greg Williams led defense of the Saints. Also, keep in mind we beat Detroit by 8 last year, and the last 3 times we played the bucs in the regular season, we lost. So to say that the odds of losing both are 1 in 8 is not that far off especially considering we have had a bottom 3 offense for the past 3 seasons combined.
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I if we lose our next three games Zorn is history.
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As much as I'll listen to anyone who talks trash about Zorn's playcalling this week I still say that people are blowing the Sonny interview out of proportion. If anything is was nothing more then a slight disagreement with amusing banter sprinkled in between.
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As much as I'll listen to anyone who talks trash about Zorn's playcalling this week I still say that people are blowing the Sonny interview out of proportion. If anything is was nothing more then a slight disagreement with amusing banter sprinkled in between.
Did you hear it or just read the transcript? They sounded pissed at each other, like Sonny was implying that the halfback pass was a terrible call and like Zorn was shocked that anyone would question him. It sounded worse than "a slight disagreement with amusing banter sprinkled in between".
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Old 09-22-2009, 09:45 PM   #28
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OK, I just became a starter. Yeah!!!!!!
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I'll tell you what really gets me, not that anyone asked but WTF, all the complaining about how this organization doesn't have patience and The Dan always makes so many changes, there is never any continuity or stability. We're always saying look at teams like the Steelers who change coaches every 12-20 years and build through the draft blah blah blah. Well we're building through the draft and we have a coach who is trying to bring about change and get this offense to where we all hope it can be. He's made improvements and he'll make more if we give him time. You don't use patience when things are going well, you use it when they're not. Which is it gonna be?
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I'll tell you what really gets me, not that anyone asked but WTF, all the complaining about how this organization doesn't have patience and The Dan always makes so many changes, there is never any continuity or stability. We're always saying look at teams like the Steelers who change coaches every 12-20 years and build through the draft blah blah blah. Well we're building through the draft and we have a coach who is trying to bring about change and get this offense to where we all hope it can be. He's made improvements and he'll make more if we give him time. You don't use patience when things are going well, you use it when they're not. Which is it gonna be?
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