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Old 09-23-2009, 03:19 AM   #46
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^ i wouldnt have made that call or the shit the he called in the red zone. it's NOT, actually that difficult to call a fade. or a power run instead of a stretch .... its NOT. defend him all u want...

shape up or ship out is his fate. and it's well deserved at that friend.
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Old 09-23-2009, 10:31 AM   #47
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I know what he would say and that is he does not have time to worry about that cause he's to busy coaching or does not want to think about what he can't control. Any coach would say those things. but he better get things fixed and keep an eye over his shoulder cause Sun. had to be an embarrassment for DS having the stadium booing on national tv. If I was DS I think I would have called a meeting and practically put my foot up his ass. I would have wanted explanations as to why the team is not scoring and expected the fast moving high scoring offense promised by week 3. I'd keep him for the seasn but if things didn't change I would have someone else in the wings waiting for seasons end.
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I know what he would say and that is he does not have time to worry about that cause he's to busy coaching or does not want to think about what he can't control. Any coach would say those things. but he better get things fixed and keep an eye over his shoulder cause Sun. had to be an embarrassment for DS having the stadium booing on national tv. If I was DS I think I would have called a meeting and practically put my foot up his ass. I would have wanted explanations as to why the team is not scoring and expected the fast moving high scoring offense promised by week 3. I'd keep him for the seasn but if things didn't change I would have someone else in the wings waiting for seasons end.



Im sure DS already has a list of potentials on his speed dial.
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Old 09-23-2009, 11:25 AM   #49
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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?
I'll tought it out. Yes we should wait and build through the draft. It's hard sometimes but we did win.
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Old 09-23-2009, 12:11 PM   #50
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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?
People hate change, but at the same time they always have their eye on what's next. Human nature I guess.
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Old 09-23-2009, 01:03 PM   #51
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This is a flat out lie. That is why he makes Gibbs 2.0 look like Air Coryell. Either take some chances or quit wasting our time, Zorn.
we have to try to take a few chances like maybe todd collins
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People hate change, but at the same time they always have their eye on what's next. Human nature I guess.
I'm all for continuity with the coaches but we all know what lies ahead. A new head coach for next year....especially if we only score 20 point which may not be enough to win this week. If we lose this week then here we go again........
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I'm all for continuity with the coaches but we all know what lies ahead. A new head coach for next year....especially if we only score 20 point which may not be enough to win this week. If we lose this week then here we go again........
You think Detroit could drop more than 20 on our D? With a rookie QB, and a very raw one at that?
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You think Detroit could drop more than 20 on our D? With a rookie QB, and a very raw one at that?
I'll take another 9 to 7 win but on the road this week with a much improved Detroit team that is better coached than last year and hungry for a win...watch out! I bet they're saying all we have to do to win is score a mere 14 points. if all we do is kick field goals again, we're in trouble!
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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?
You certainly make good points, and I have said that in the past, however, you are overlooking two things.
1-The patience on Campbell has been WAAAAAAYYYY too long. What has he done to deserve that leash? This is his 4TH season in the NFL, and this week vs the lions he will start his 39th game. 39!!!! The ineptitude in the redzone is on campbell's shoulders. There is a reason Zorn called the HB option, gotta try something when your qb is not cutting it. How many times are we gonna hear someone talk about different systems, or it takes X amount of starts to be good in the NFL? Well, we have passed these people. You are an NFL QB, if you can't be productive in different systems, even though you had time to learn them, chances are YOU are the problem, not the system.
2- It's good to be patient with someone that deserves it, and earned it. Has Zorn done either? This is a guy that never has been an OC much less head coach. We all exercised patience with him last year when he ended the season pretty horribly, and no coincidence that this season has started the way last year ended. So what has Zorn done to a- deserve the job, b- keep the job when he's performing in a subpar fashion?
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You think Detroit could drop more than 20 on our D? With a rookie QB, and a very raw one at that?
absolutely agree with you, that likely won't happen unless there is some serious luck. However, if we only score 13 (our average right now) we very well could lose.
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People hate change, but at the same time they always have their eye on what's next. Human nature I guess.
very true.. It'll probably be a low scoring game unless WSH can finally get going on offense than it should be a shutout. Playing Detroit should be a perfect chance to get going offensively and get some confidence back
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I thought you wanted change. LOL
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Old 09-23-2009, 07:59 PM   #59
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Regardless of what happens on Sunday or throughout the season I think Zorn should stay throughout the season. If he tanks then he is let go after game 16.
I want Zorn to succeed and I think he can.
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