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Old 09-24-2009, 07:29 AM   #31
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Spagnola was classy at the end, though I thought when he thanked him for the end, he was thanking him for not running up the score, but just taking the knee. I mean with all the talk about our failure to score, Zorn could have used timeouts and run more plays just to prove we could get in the endzone. Assuming we got in, it would have been 16-9 and a little less of a hot seat for zorn.
Yeah I figured that was what he was talking about as well
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Old 09-24-2009, 07:55 AM   #32
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God Damit! I want to hate Zorn but after seeing that video makes it hard too. I kinda feel bad for the guy but im sure that will change if we lose to the Lions.
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Old 09-24-2009, 09:54 AM   #33
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That was awesome. I love seeing the behind the scenes stuff with coaches and players interacting. I'd love to hear more of the raw tapes of that game.
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Old 09-24-2009, 10:32 AM   #34
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My take away is Zorn is a nice guy, so nice you would not mind calling him uncle or dad but he is no NFL head coach, maybe a coordinator but not a head coach. Hate to see a nice guy fail but sadly that is what is happening in Washington this year.
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Old 09-24-2009, 10:45 AM   #35
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Great video! Good insight in to what goes on behind the game. I like Zorn and hope he stays...the players are not executing the game plan! after seeing this I like Zorn to stay for a while (atleast 2 or 3 more seasons) and we will turn this thing around!
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My take away is Zorn is a nice guy, so nice you would not mind calling him uncle or dad but he is no NFL head coach, maybe a coordinator but not a head coach. Hate to see a nice guy fail but sadly that is what is happening in Washington this year.
I don't really see how you don't see a head coach on that film clip. He is aware, pumping all the players up, controlling the game flow(when he told DSmith that he was not going for a FG, there was no back talk, everyone respected his decision), etc.
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Old 09-24-2009, 11:19 AM   #37
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I don't really see how you don't see a head coach on that film clip. He is aware, pumping all the players up, controlling the game flow(when he told DSmith that he was not going for a FG, there was no back talk, everyone respected his decision), etc.

I will agree with you if he is here next season until then he is not a qualified head coach, IMO.
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I know since this was produced by the team they wouldn't release it, but I would love to see that 4th quarter attempted timeout that Danny Smith stopped at the last second because there was about 25 still on the playclock. I'd love to hear Zorn explain his thinking to everyone at the time.
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^^^ zorn said players were blocking his view of the playclock.

like everyone said, great video, love the insight into decisions and communications. i think i heard zorn say "way to stand strong son" to JC which was cool.


on that 4th and 1 play, zorn said (in this video) that it was our best play, he said in an interview it was designed for portis to run behind samuels our best blocker. it looked like portis could have stuck his nose in there and maybe gain the first down but instead he bounced it outside. portis said on radio the other day that he took the wrong hole b/c he was to excited and thinking about scoring. honestly, IMO portis screwed up that 4th and 1 play. the yards and hole seemed to be there yet he had a TD on his mind instead of the 1st down and the win.

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^^^ zorn said players were blocking his view of the playclock.

like everyone said, great video, love the insight into decisions and communications. i think i heard zorn say "way to stand strong son" to JC which was cool.


on that 4th and 1 play, zorn said (in this video) that it was our best play, he said in an interview it was designed for portis to run behind samuels our best blocker. it looked like portis could have stuck his nose in there and maybe gain the first down but instead he bounced it outside. portis said on radio the other day that he took the wrong hole b/c he was to excited and thinking about scoring. honestly, IMO portis screwed up that 4th and 1 play. the yards and hole seemed to be there yet he had a TD on his mind instead of the 1st down and the win.

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I kinda agree. If you look closely to the video its like if Portis had a little more patience he could have cut back and a hole was there. Running toward the sidelines helped the defenders seal him off better. But its spilled milk at this point.
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Man, it's a good thing nobody 'mikes me up' during the games -- you'd hear nothing but beeps...

Anyone know exactly who Zorn is talking to on the headset? Are all the coaches talking together? Maybe all the offensive coaches and defensive coaches conversing?
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Man, it's a good thing nobody 'mikes me up' during the games -- you'd hear nothing but beeps...?
I second that.
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Great vid. Very interesting behind the scenes look.
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:51 PM   #44
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I just wanted to revist this thread and compare Zorn to Josh McDaniel. Zorn comes off as a nice guy in his video where McDaniel comes off as a head coach of a succesful NFL football team. Zorn just doesn't have the fire that you must have to win in this league!

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Old 10-13-2009, 03:15 PM   #45
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I just wanted to revist this thread and compare Zorn to Josh McDaniel. Zorn comes off as a nice guy in his video where McDaniel comes off as a head coach of a succesful NFL football team. Zorn just doesn't have the fire that you must have to win in this league!

YouTube - Josh McDaniels Wired - Denver Broncos VS Dallas Cowboys - 2009
I don't think you have to have overt "fire" to be a winner. Plus while McDaniels may very well be a great head coach, Jim Zorn started 4-1
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