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Old 01-05-2010, 02:46 AM   #46
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Re: Thanks to coach Zorn

He did his best considering that his authority was already circumvented by Portis and Snyderrato sometime in 2008 and he had no experience whatsoever at being a head coach, thus his last two years were primarily a painful on-the-job learning experience of dealing with that, an offense with poor depth on the OL and a mediocre QB.
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:47 AM   #47
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The guy basically won the lottery, his got a nice chunk of change in his pocket right now.

I have worked in bad situations with horribly bosses and only been paid $10 an hour.

I don't feel bad for him at all and he brought me a lot of pain with his horrible coaching.

Looking back at his QB drills with the slip and slide and throwing the pads at them, that is some laughable shit. Should have canned his ass right there.

Good Bye Jim Zorn and don't let the door hit you in the ass, actualy let it hit you maybe it will wake your ass up.
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Old 01-05-2010, 07:11 AM   #48
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Zorn shouldn't at all be absolved of blame completely. He's the one who insisted on inexperienced playcallers like Sherman Smith to help him-inexperienced himself-out. He's the one who insisted on running that damn stretch play in the red zone over and over again. He's the one who alienated a lot of the players by repeatedly saying publicly that the problem wasn't his playcalling, it was the execution of the plays (wouldn't have hurt him to just take the bullet once or twice).

All that said, he seemed like a genuinely good guy and I wish him the best of luck
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Old 01-05-2010, 10:04 AM   #49
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Re: Thanks to coach Zorn

-Zorn gave us a 6-2 start including a win in then "un-beatable" dallas and followed up with a comeback in Philly a week later. (Consequentially then lost to the 2-14 rams)

-He managed to give what he could with the front office making changes and not giving him time to get used to them.

-The players played hard for him every game even if it didnt appear that way and for that he deserves credit.
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Old 01-05-2010, 06:42 PM   #50
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A Day After Being Fired, Jim Zorn Speaks Out

Here is a 4 part Day After interview by CSN with Zorn. I swear they look like they are interviewing in either a mental institution or a prison. Watch Part 4 at 42-44 seconds see if you don't agree.
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Old 01-05-2010, 08:04 PM   #51
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Dear Jim,

Thanks for being a quirky stand up guy.

P.S. Thanks for making me look like a complete idiot on this board when you told me to start that thread one month before the season started titled "I think Jim Zorn is a great head coach." I tried to tell you that it wasn't a good idea, but I went ahead and took one for the team. You owe me buddy.
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Old 01-05-2010, 08:34 PM   #52
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I still think that he can be and will be one hell of a head coach. This was just a bad situation all around. I think that he is going to be a good OC for Cleveland next season.
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