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Old 10-22-2012, 01:51 PM   #136
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But SS how has he worked his way up? One year as a grad asst? One year as qc in tampa? Than three years in Houston with "the big three" - hired by his Dads guy? Than hired by Dad? How is that working your way up?


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All i said from the get go is the jury is still out on him. Im not bothered by his last name. I think MS has actually done a masterful job with the o-line and morris and rg-3. I am bothered mostly at this poi t because he was compared to bellicheck and walsh! Lol. Told he has earned his stripes in the nfl and worked his way up through the ranks. Thats bologna. I dont think he has had enough jobs to change. Grad asst at ucla for one year rite to the pros. Qc in tampa for one year and than worked for kubiack and his father? Ill let it go but please lets not pretend that this guy has had to prove anything to get the OC job with the Redskins.


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kyle is like rex, good kyle bad kyle... which ones gonna show up at what point in the game.... it kills me
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How is moving from QC, to a current position as OC, to eventually HC, not working your way up?
Read my posts. He was QC for one year. That was after he jumped into the nfl after ONE year as a grad asst! Minus those two years he has worked under his father and Kubiack - who might as well be his father! It has to be the easiest path to a potential HC job in the history of the sport.


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I would be willing to go so far as to say that his being back will ultimately lead to opposing teams not completing another pass against us. Why? Because sometimes the best pass defense is a guy named Chris Cooley.


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Cooley's joking? I don't know. Always have felt that may have been part of the problem with the teams lack of caring. More worried about his knee though.
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Read my posts. He was QC for one year. That was after he jumped into the nfl after ONE year as a grad asst! Minus those two years he has worked under his father and Kubiack - who might as well be his father! It has to be the easiest path to a potential HC job in the history of the sport.


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QC for two years if we're going to be specific
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Old 10-22-2012, 02:03 PM   #143
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The "big three" in Houston that you speak of were not the "big three" when Kyle was there. Kyle became the QB's coach in 2007 when Schaub got there, you could argue that Johnson was a established WR when Kyle was the receivers' coach in 2006, and Arian Foster didn't come into the league until 2009, Kyle's last year in Houston.
They have been a top offense since his departure too.


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QC for two years if we're going to be specific
Correct. My bad.


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CC's attitude and input on the sideline will be the turning point. Chemistry is key.
I was just piggy backing on what i thought was sarcasm when you said we wont lose another game. Lol. Were you serious?


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Old 10-22-2012, 02:13 PM   #146
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and if im not mistaken Kubiak was calling the plays in HOU
That would explain why Houstan's offense didn't skip a beat when Kyle left.

But it would (significantly) detract from Kyle's already thin and underwhelming resume.

If some other franchise wants an OC without any meaningful accomplishments, send him with a nice bottle of Scotch. I think the love fest for Kyle is beyond absurd, and I'm (still) not sure his apologists are even being serious, but whatevs.
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and if im not mistaken Kubiak was calling the plays in HOU
You're mistaken
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I was just piggy backing on what i thought was sarcasm when you said we wont lose another game. Lol. Were you serious?


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Amazes me that some still have a problem with Kyle given the numbers the offense is putting up.
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Old 10-22-2012, 02:29 PM   #150
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Not only that the Steelers are VERY beatable. Our offense hasn't been figured out by anyone yet and I think for once our D matches up well against their offense.
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