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Old 01-05-2010, 12:34 AM   #31
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Re: Team was not prepared for "situational football"

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In Snyder's defense (I've never done this before), who among us would not get involved if we had $1bil. invested in an organization? And who among us has never made a mistake about football, other people's skills, etc.?
i haven't...ever...wait how far back does the warpath keep threads can't be more that a month right
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Old 01-05-2010, 03:58 AM   #32
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Re: Team was not prepared for "situational football"

If Z were an OC before being a HC, he would have known the importance of situational football. Hell, Bill Walsh was the one who brought that concept into fruition.
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Old 01-05-2010, 05:42 PM   #33
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Re: Team was not prepared for "situational football"

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I'm getting a deja vu from the Spurrier era. It's amazing how similar these last two years have been to 2002-2003.
The spurrier years came to mind for me too, but Zorn far & away outcoached the OBC. The end of Spurrier's 2nd year was pure disaster, the team really seemed to give up. Zorn at least got his guys to pay some really tough games(NO, Dallas, Philly, SD) only to lose.

I don't think Spurrier was ever undermined quite like Zorn was. By october the reports of Shanahan coming here were out there.
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Old 01-05-2010, 05:57 PM   #34
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If Zorn's crime was that he was unprepared as a HC, then it was a greater crime to hire him as the HC...there is a Thank You Zorn thread simply because the spoiled child at the head of this organization handled the situation like the asshole that he is whereas Zorn handled it with dignity. Rather than quit on the team mid way through the season, he stuck it out and did his job to his ability...can the same be said of Snyder?
Maybe Zorn knew there was about a million $ reasons to stick it out. Maybe a real man would have tould Snyder to kiss his ass and kept his pride and walked from the money. So it could go both ways.
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Old 01-05-2010, 06:27 PM   #35
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Re: Team was not prepared for "situational football"

This entire mess is the little general's (Snyders) fault. Who the hell hires an OC and a DC before they hire a HC. That is totally laughable. And he did it after spending 4 years with Joe Gibbs. He learned nothing in 8 years. It finally took this complete total embarrassment of the franchise to wake his ass up. That is unbelievable.
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Old 01-05-2010, 06:37 PM   #36
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Everything is always Snyder's fault.
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Everything is always Snyder's fault.
Snyder made you say that, didn't he?
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Snyder made you say that, didn't he?
I thought it was Vinnie.
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