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Old 09-28-2009, 10:01 AM   #1
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5 Things Jim Zorn Should Change Right Now

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We were thinking last night about what a lot of analysts had to say, particularly player type analysts like Brian Mitchell, John Riggin, Rodney Harrison, and others you know, guys that see stuff as ex-players, guys that talk to the players honestly, guys that have a unique perspective because they played on the field.
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:05 AM   #2
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Re: 5 Things Jim Zorn Should Change Right Now

I can only think of one, his zip-code.
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can I bring up Hixon at this point. Fire him. why, why the heck not. I don't care if he is not the problem. I don't care if he is a great coach, let him go somewhere else, maybe Arizona will trade their wr coach. Seriously, it was asked that if DT/MK light it up this year will I give him credit, and I said yes absolutely. but as the article says, they are nowhere to be seen. Am I saying it is Hixon's fault, no. Am i saying he is a bad coach, not really, i am just saying we aren't letting our receivers go, none of them seem to be improving, so go get another coach, if just for change sake.
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I agree with the suggestions. Particularly with the "play the young guys" attitude. If we're gonna lose (and we are), at least get these guys in to learn - M. Mitchell, Jarmon (who everytime I have seen him, has looked at least as good as Daniels), K. Barnes.

We've been waiting for this team to repeat and improve upon the limited success it saw under Gibbs (as others have said, this is still basically the Gibbs 2.0 personnel). Time to move on. Great guys, but above average talent at its best and now its just not gonna get better.

So frustrated I want to puke.
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I can only think of one, his zip-code.
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:34 AM   #6
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No way I agree w/benching Rogers, he's played well. Even on the td, he had tight coverage, the ball was underthrown. The secondary played well overall IMO, the reason detroit got so many yards in the air was 1) they ran effectively, 2) No pass rush. I don't care if we got 2 sacks (1 of which could be called a 'coverage sack'), there were times when Stafford got to look at both sides of the field twice before passing.
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Re: 5 Things Jim Zorn Should Change Right Now

I disagree with most of that article. I wholeheartedly agree with the Zorn-should-coach part.
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I disagree with most of that article. I wholeheartedly agree with the Zorn-should-coach part.
I agree with #5, let someone else call the plays.
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Unleash Campbell so we can see more bombs to no one, more flat fade passes out of bounds and new record lows in pass interference calls. Also, he needs to let Campbell scramble more and buy time, because he throws with such pinpoint precision when he's on the move.
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Unleash Campbell so we can see more bombs to no one, more flat fade passes out of bounds and new record lows in pass interference calls. Also, he needs to let Campbell scramble more and buy time, because he throws with such pinpoint precision when he's on the move.
What, no "let's take Campbell out in the yard and shoot him like Old Yeller", come on man, you can be more creative?
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can I bring up Hixon at this point. Fire him. why, why the heck not. I don't care if he is not the problem. I don't care if he is a great coach, let him go somewhere else, maybe Arizona will trade their wr coach. Seriously, it was asked that if DT/MK light it up this year will I give him credit, and I said yes absolutely. but as the article says, they are nowhere to be seen. Am I saying it is Hixon's fault, no. Am i saying he is a bad coach, not really, i am just saying we aren't letting our receivers go, none of them seem to be improving, so go get another coach, if just for change sake.
I can't remember who it was now but I heard someone talking about how the Giants young receivers "attack" the ball and how the Redskins receivers don't. The Giants receivers aggressively come back to the ball and attack it while the Redskins receivers just seem to wait for it to get there. Why? Just putting that out there.
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1. Zorn needs to get more creative in the run game. Wildcat, counters, traps draws
2. Blache needs to get more aggressive
3. Daniels would be on the bench and never see the field again
4. Move Orakpo to DE
5. I'd give JC a few more games but at some point he has to take some of the blame for an offense that can't score. And although his stats look good, he's missed some deep passes, he's held the ball too long and he not getting us in the end zone. He didn't play well yesterday even though the numbers don't reflect that. Maybe trying Collins isn't such a bad idea.
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Re: 5 Things Jim Zorn Should Change Right Now

I agree with everything, except playing Barnes. He didnt show anything in preseason to show he belongs on that field. Both the honorable mentions I wouldnt do. What I agree with the most is more no huddle and shotgun and Jarmon playing.
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I can't remember who it was now but I heard someone talking about how the Giants young receivers "attack" the ball and how the Redskins receivers don't. The Giants receivers aggressively come back to the ball and attack it while the Redskins receivers just seem to wait for it to get there. Why? Just putting that out there.
They also have a QB who is elusive, runs around the pocket, buys time and can actually throw accurate passes while on the run. Just putting that out there.
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I agree with everything, except playing Barnes. He didnt show anything in preseason to show he belongs on that field. Both the honorable mentions I wouldnt do. What I agree with the most is more no huddle and shotgun and Jarmon playing.
and that is different then Smoot how?
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