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Old 09-13-2012, 10:54 PM   #16
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Re: Kudos to Jim Haslett and Raheem Morris

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My only criticism of Haslett/Morris and the D is that they seem to go into prevent mode towards the end of the game. Otherwise, I think they did a hell of a job limiting one of the best offenses in the league.
Remember when Blatche was our coordinator? "Bend but don't break"? What a joke lol
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Remember when Blatche was our coordinator? "Bend but don't break"? What a joke lol
Didn't Blache produce a couple of top-5 defenses?
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Old 09-13-2012, 11:12 PM   #18
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That is entirely possible. I just remember having a lot of moments where the skins were playing prevent defense and screaming at the TV "STOP GIVING THEM FREE YARDS!!!"
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Old 09-14-2012, 02:30 AM   #19
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I'm reserving judgement. Our front 7 looked good, but everything else was poop. We got lucky calls from the refs, and more importantly the saints dropped ALOT of balls. The saints were also driving at the end. I'm not excited about the whole 32 points thing either. The defense crumbled at the end.
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I like what they've done so far.
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I'm reserving judgement. Our front 7 looked good, but everything else was poop. We got lucky calls from the refs, and more importantly the saints dropped ALOT of balls. The saints were also driving at the end. I'm not excited about the whole 32 points thing either. The defense crumbled at the end.
Really? I thought coverage was pretty solid especially when you consider they played a ton of man. Wilson and Griffin both stood out to me as having strong games.

Anytime you hold Brees under 50% and pick him off twice you're doing something right. Oh and 2/11 on 3rd downs.
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Old 09-14-2012, 05:35 PM   #22
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^^ Word. I think I saw several specific improvements. First, fewer plays of totally blown coverage by DBs and safeties. Last year it seemed to happen pretty often, mostly with Hall but Wilson too. Second, more aggressiveness and definitely guys head-hunting back there, which makes WRs sketchy and probably led to some of the drops by Saints WRs. I also thought blitzes out of the secondary were more effective than we've seen. Just my two cents.
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I still wish we had #30 to bust a head or two every now and then. He is KILLING people for the Jets.
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Old 09-16-2012, 07:38 PM   #24
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What do you guys have to say about Haslett now? I'm sorry, but if you can't adjust to Danny Amendola you don't deserve to be a DC. I would replace him with Raheem Morris as DC, also Danny Smith has got to go.
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Old 09-16-2012, 07:42 PM   #25
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Fire danny smith thread is sure to be upped... but the d today... in sorry the 2ndaryredskins ... eas garbage today
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Haslett sucks as a defensive coordinator, but Danny Smith worries me more as his special teams units have sucked for years now.
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Our secondary made an average Ram offense look great.
The defensive play calling suxxored.
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Old 09-16-2012, 07:52 PM   #28
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Zero pressure on Bradford with an ailing OL.
Exactly!! I would replace Haslett with Raheem Morris.
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Exactly!! I would replace Haslett with Raheem Morris.
Does Morris even run a 3-4? If he doesn't not sure that would solve anything. All I know is we're into his third season as d-coordinator and he still can't put together a consistent defense.
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Does Morris even run a 3-4? If he doesn't not sure that would solve anything. All I know is we're into his third season as d-coordinator and he still can't put together a consistent defense.
That's I've been saying, inconsistent. I believe Morris ran 3-4 in TB not 100% sure.
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