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Old 10-31-2010, 04:15 PM   #1
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Old 11-01-2010, 09:38 AM   #2
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Re: Lions questions for Tony McGee

The obvious question: what did you think about McNabb getting the hook, and more importantly where do we go from here?
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Old 11-01-2010, 03:59 PM   #3
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The offensive line has been just that...offensive. Do the Skins retool the entire line during the bye week, or just let it fly as is and hope for the best?

While Hall had a nice pick in the 1st quarter, he seemed puzzled on how to stop Megatron. What do you think of Calvin Johnson? Does Haslett need to adjust how the corners play on the receivers going forward? He seems content in allowing everything underneath to be completed as long as the home run isn't given up.
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Greetings Tony,
DO you grab Moss...........or is that just pure desperation?
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As a fan is easy to be a armchair coach, but there is something I noticed during this game. The announcers posted a stat showing how the Lions' D-coordinator bitlzed a lot during 2nd downs. Throughout the game, it seemed as though this was true, yet the team seemed to refuse to adjust to this unstoppable blitz.

My question is...do coaches adjust when they seem that something is just not working? I just felt like Shanahan was sticking to his plan and did not adjust to the fact that the offensive line could not pick up the blitz. They continued to snap the ball from under center, especially in situations where they needed short yardage, and often, if not always, the offensive line would get overwhelmed.
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