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Old 12-28-2009, 01:13 PM   #121
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People said the same thing about Belicheck after Cleveland.Did Zorn make mistakes ...hell yeah,so did Gibbs in his first years,and I still think Joe Gibbs is one of the greatest coachs the NFL has ever seen.The owner created these problems,like when a player feels he is more powerful then the coach and doesn't have to listen to him......then you're done.
I agree with a lot of what you're saying G, but if you want Blache you can have him. I don't think your boys on the d-line would be very pleased or your secondary either for that matter. As for last night, if we WOULD have scored 17, Dallas would have just scored again at the end of the game. Hell, we were playing the bend but don't break by the 2nd or 3rd quarter. It always ends the same.
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I agree with a lot of what you're saying G, but if you want Blache you can have him. I don't think your boys on the d-line would be very pleased or your secondary either for that matter. As for last night, if we WOULD have scored 17, Dallas would have just scored again at the end of the game. Hell, we were playing the bend but don't break by the 2nd or 3rd quarter. It always ends the same.

IMHO.........I think some(not all) of the problems on your D were that they just got tired.The O could not put up long drives to give them a rest.
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