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Old 12-12-2011, 12:31 PM   #211
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I wonder who goes there next? McDaniels? Ferentz? Cowher? Fisher?
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Old 12-12-2011, 12:33 PM   #212
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Romeo Crennel....if he beats the Packers.
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Old 12-12-2011, 12:34 PM   #213
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I wonder who goes there next? McDaniels? Ferentz? Cowher? Fisher?
McDaniels?


Smoot, Zorn has a better chance at landing a HC position before McDaniels does.
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A big name could jump on that and get some W's a poor as that division is!!!!
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Old 12-12-2011, 12:37 PM   #215
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I was just getting ready to post this priceless pic. I wonder where all our Dallas fans are today or for the past week.LMAO
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Old 12-12-2011, 12:59 PM   #217
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I'll be that guy and point it out: Haley was fired having a better record than Mike, who has more control as far as overall franchise decisions go. Another way to say it Mike is far more responsible for the Skins' badness than Haley was for the Chiefs'.
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I'll be that guy and point it out: Haley was fired having a better record than Mike, who has more control as far as overall franchise decisions go. Another way to say it Mike is far more responsible for the Skins' badness than Haley was for the Chiefs'.
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I think the Redskins have played better -- particularly on offense -- since getting guys like Roy Helu, Leonard Hankerson, and Perry Riley to step up. And I think having a running game has made Kyle's playcalling look good at times. I don't think he's good at this job in a large sample, but you give him a running game to lean on when he's low on ideas, and a line that protects it's quarterback, and the Redskins will move the ball. There's something to be said for that. This team was a total train wreck under John Beck, and they've come a long way from the dark days of Halloween.

But if the solution to the offensive woes were really just as simple as putting the best players on the roster on the field, how can we possibly rectify statements like "Ryan Torain gives us the best chance to win games" with the team being 4-9 and the coaches having any idea of where to go from there? It doesn't make sense. All roads lead back to the fact that the Redskins offensive coaches didn't do a good job this year, and they didn't do a good job last year, and this has caused some people to conclude that they are bound to do a good job next year, which doesn't make any sense to me. If they were bad in 2010 and bad in 2011, won't they be bad in 2012?
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Our "top 5" defense was a illusion. We never got any sacks or turnovers and had this "bend but not break" mindset. Our defense also could never hold a team in the last 2 minutes when it really counted. This was a paper defense, nothing more.
Part of what your saying is true,but our defense is worse now.We didn't have the personel for the 3-4 and we still dont.I'd rather have a top 5 paper defense with the problems you described then a bottom 5 paper defense with the same problems.


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Part of what your saying is true,but our defense is worse now.We didn't have the personel for the 3-4 and we still dont.I'd rather have a top 5 paper defense with the problems you described then a bottom 5 paper defense with the same problems.


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I tend to see it your way, although some folks on the board have shown statistically the defense now is basically as good as the average in the Williams/Blache years.

Two observations. The defense now seems to go long stretches w/o sacks or even QB pressure, which was probably the biggest complaint under the previous regimes. Although we never really waited to see how the AH/Carter/Orakpo experiment would have turned out. Personally I think Rak would have been best served at left d end where he wasn't asked to do as much in the old system.
Secondly, your observation htown that we still don't have the personal to run the 3-4 at an elite level is really the bottom line. We don't have a difference making NT. And we still need a FS regardless. A (new) d coordinator could come in next year install a 4-3 and we'd be better off than continuing down the Haslett path.
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Our "top 5" defense was a illusion. We never got any sacks or turnovers and had this "bend but not break" mindset. Our defense also could never hold a team in the last 2 minutes when it really counted. This was a paper defense, nothing more.
We had 40 sacks in 2009.29 last yr and 34 so far this yr so your sacks argument is an illusion.We had 17 takeaways in 09,27 last yr and 16 so far this yr.So we had more takeaways last yr,WHOOPEE,at least thats something
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Old 12-12-2011, 01:52 PM   #223
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NFL.com news: Chiefs fire coach Haley after two-plus seasons, 19-27 record
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Old 12-12-2011, 01:59 PM   #224
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lol, the punchlines to that are endless. The G-men like coming down here, they pillage Jerry world. I think they are 3-0 in the joint, holy crap you should have heard the crowd last night. You could literaly hear the coaches talking on the sideline after the bloced kick.
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Old 12-12-2011, 02:28 PM   #225
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We had 40 sacks in 2009.29 last yr and 34 so far this yr so your sacks argument is an illusion.We had 17 takeaways in 09,27 last yr and 16 so far this yr.So we had more takeaways last yr,WHOOPEE,at least thats something

You are using ONE years stats to back up your point???
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