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Old 09-16-2012, 08:46 PM   #31
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Re: Kudos to Jim Haslett and Raheem Morris

Zero pressure on Bradford with an ailing OL.
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Old 09-16-2012, 08:52 PM   #32
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Zero pressure on Bradford with an ailing OL.
Exactly!! I would replace Haslett with Raheem Morris.
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Old 09-16-2012, 08:56 PM   #33
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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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That's I've been saying, inconsistent. I believe Morris ran 3-4 in TB not 100% sure.
Morris ran the 4-3 in TB.
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First game fans reaction "Yeah Haslett did a great job! We have a hell of a defense. I for one loved Haslett as our DC"

Second game fans reaction "Fire Haslett!!! His defense is awful! I've always thought he was a bad D-Coordinator"

Ya'll need to chilllll
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First game fans reaction "Yeah Haslett did a great job! We have a hell of a defense. I for one loved Haslett as our DC"

Second game fans reaction "Fire Haslett!!! His defense is awful! I've always thought he was a bad D-Coordinator"

Ya'll need to chilllll
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Old 09-16-2012, 09:03 PM   #38
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First game fans reaction "Yeah Haslett did a great job! We have a hell of a defense. I for one loved Haslett as our DC"

Second game fans reaction "Fire Haslett!!! His defense is awful! I've always thought he was a bad D-Coordinator"

Ya'll need to chilllll
It's been 3 years and he still can't adjust (example; Danny Amendola).
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It's been 3 years and he still can't adjust (example; Danny Amendola).
This.

Every squirrel finds a nut sometime. Just because Haslett called a good game, doesn't mean he's a good DC.
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First game fans reaction "Yeah Haslett did a great job! We have a hell of a defense. I for one loved Haslett as our DC"

Second game fans reaction "Fire Haslett!!! His defense is awful! I've always thought he was a bad D-Coordinator"

Ya'll need to chilllll
Don't make me pull out your "let's tank to get a good draft pick" in the middle of the season reaction.

On a serious note, my biggest complaint about Haslett is his inability to adjust. Keim tweeted that he got some insight that Haslett doesn't adjust and always stick to his script. This is going to be a big problem down the road.
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We've seen one good defensive effort and one not so good. 14 more of these to go, let's hope he gets the average above .500.
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Its just terrifying watching this team play... 20+ years it nevet fails
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It's been 3 years and he still can't adjust (example; Danny Amendola).
Or Joe Webb last year for the Vikings. Very true, but I prefer his style of defense to Blaches conservative defense.
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Morris ran the 4-3 in TB.
Who cares, Morris would still be better and now has 3-4 experience and still would be an upgrade.
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My concern is that if Danny Amendola can light us up, what are we going to do against a GOOD WR? That was the softest zone I've ever seen. I'm not jumping off a bridge today like after most Skins losses considering RGIII played like a beast again, but damn if another player on the other team set a "personal best".
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