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Old 12-26-2009, 10:23 PM   #76
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Our opponents still punt? I thought the solution to our punt return woes was to never get to fourth down.
That use to be our 4th quarter strategy, last week we apparently decided to start the game with it.
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Old 12-26-2009, 10:33 PM   #77
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He probably should keep it in house but one thing I like about Al is he doesn't seem to back down from anyone. He truly seems concerned about his legacy as a player and he feels that he was misled by those who brought him here.

Good for him for calling out the coaches. Why hasn't there been a fistfight over Randal-Fail being allowed to catch punts? Why the hell is the stretch play still in our playbook?

As bad as the players have played, the coaching has been worse. Much worse.
There are other payers on the defense shouting Amen to everything Haynesworth has said, they just didn't have the courage to say it themselves. At this point in a dissapointing season that's about to come to an end, who the hell cares what the media writes about this story?
They don't have long to write because it's just about over, and the story soon to be forgotten.
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Old 12-26-2009, 10:38 PM   #78
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Should have been fired Zorn, these are the long term effects of Extra Medium syndrome.
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Old 12-26-2009, 11:30 PM   #79
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I think Albert was sent home nore for speaking out publicly against Blache and the BS scheme they run. He also was late , but that was just an excuse to send him home. I believe Albet that the coaches were pissed he spoke out against Blache.
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Statistically we were a top D til like 4-5 weeks ago, according to NFL.com. We were #1 pass Defense and #2 overall for a bit of a stretch there til our O got in a groove, but the D seemed to collapse.
Don't forget we played 6 teams that hadn't won a game when we played them.
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Old 12-26-2009, 11:39 PM   #81
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Our Defense this year has been up and down. When we needed them to make a stop they can't. When we needed them to get to the QB they can't. When we needed them to force a turnover they don't. When we needed them to score points the won't. It appears our defense coaching philospy is dont give up big plays and keep them from scoring TD's we will settle for FG's. All this does is keeps us from being aggressive and puts us on our heels.
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Personally people who say that Haynesworth isn't doing well this year don't know football. The guy has 4 sacks as a DT and he's a huge part of the reason that we have two guys with double digit sacks. Keep in mind the leader of the Titans only have 29 sacks this year after 44 last year.

Maybe he was right about Blache's scheme but the way he went about it was horrible. I'm all for a change at D-Coordinator, particularly if Shannahan can bring in Mike Zimmer.

Someone also pointed out that Haynesworth is becoming image conscious, if anything I think you have a point there.
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It can't hold a lead so do you blame the coaches or the players? See it's easy to sit here and blame Blache. Should be do more attacking? Well sure but that puts a strain on the db's and they can't cover worth shit. Maybe the reason why he's conservative is because of the secondary.
maybe it's so scheme-driven that they have to limit themselves or think too much instead of reacting.. maybe that's what's wrong with Landry.. who knows
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I don't think Haynesworth is worth the money we spent, especially since the Titans got the same production for a fraction of the price, BUT anyone who thinks Carter and Orakpo would have double digit sacks if he weren't here is crazy.
There's a huge difference between a rookie contract from 7 years ago and a 2nd contract as arguably the best player at your position.
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Old 12-27-2009, 05:06 AM   #85
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maybe he should call the plays then.
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Albert has become image conscious. He has heard the rumblings about him not playing all the plays, not worth his contract.

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Why is that?
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Why is that?
He's convinced the public perception of him would be much different if he was alowed to do what they promised him in their pitch to get him to sign a contract here. Could be he views it as a broken promise. The guys' upset because he feels like he could be doing more to help the team. Maybe we need more Haynesworths' that show that type passion about winning and losing. The one thing he could have done differently was to keep his thoughts and comments in-house.
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Old 12-27-2009, 10:27 AM   #88
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If he thinks Blache is bad, wait till Slowik gets here!


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All the complaints and drama going on with Haynesworth is justified. He is voicing the frustration of the players with what's going on with the team. Hell.. he's voicing the fans' frustration too.

It all started with Zorn and with the lack of leadership. Blache is too conservative in his schemes, but he got my respect earlier in the season by accepting the responsibility of the failures of the team. At least he wasn't hiding behind excuses. The major flaw of Blache is that he's too stubborn with the way he coaches. He won't accept that his schemes and gameplanning sometimes don't work. But there's a lack of discipline and instinct in the secondary -- that also has alot to do with the defensive failures lately.
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This latest and greatest report is just further proof in my mind that we are a very dysfunctional organization right now.
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