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Old 01-30-2013, 04:27 PM   #571
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Snyder cracks me up. It's not the GM's job to let him know Zorn isn't qualified. The guy had only been a QB coach. Never even called plays or coordinated an NFL offense. You don't need a GM to tell you that. Snyder's just shifting the blame. It starts with you. Fassell was the more qualified guy, Gregg Williams was the more qualified guy. You hired neither cause you and Vinny wanted a puppet. Hopefully those days are gone forever.
If your GM hires the wrong guy, I'd say that's ultimately on the GM. Should Snyder have over ruled him on hiring Zorn? I thought we want Snyder out of making decisions like that?
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Old 01-30-2013, 04:33 PM   #572
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If your GM hires the wrong guy, I'd say that's ultimately on the GM. Should Snyder have over ruled him on hiring Zorn? I thought we want Snyder out of making decisions like that?
I agree its on the GM, its not his job to over rule the GM on a coaching hire. However, he rehired Vinny, which for me leads to more questions. Whats really different here, except for personnel decisions. Is the game day experience better? The field? Customer Service? Are they run top to bottom like a first class organization? A friend of mine used to valet cars, he remembers Snyder...
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Smoot...I'm not so sure about that. He really had a lot of poor draft and free agent picks here. On top of that, he was going to give the Bengals 2 1st rounders for Chad Johnson. Johnson in his prime was a very good wr. But not for that price. Mike Brown saved him from his own stupidity.
I probably didn't explain it quite right...but honestly kind of tired of talking about him
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I agree its on the GM, its not his job to over rule the GM on a coaching hire. However, he rehired Vinny, which for me leads to more questions. Whats really different here, except for personnel decisions. Is the game day experience better? The field? Customer Service? Are they run top to bottom like a first class organization? A friend of mine used to valet cars, he remembers Snyder...
Keeping Vinny around for all those years is definitely on Snyder, no doubt.

Allen seems to be the perfect buffer between Snyder the team, and I think Allen has done a great job in many of the off the field aspects of improving relations with alumni and overall community outreach. Hope he stays around a long time.
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Old 01-30-2013, 05:12 PM   #575
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Last thing I'll say about Cerrato, and I've said it before, Snyder re-hired Cerrato largely because other owners forced it upon him
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Old 01-30-2013, 05:21 PM   #576
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Im confused. I thought he was going to Pittsburg to be a Special Teams Coach
Well you asked about giving him more money and an asst hc tag also like he very well might get in pitt. I guess he isnt going to get that here.
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You mean I might get to see the swinging gate again?? LIVE??

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If your GM hires the wrong guy, I'd say that's ultimately on the GM. Should Snyder have over ruled him on hiring Zorn? I thought we want Snyder out of making decisions like that?
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If your GM hires the wrong guy, I'd say that's ultimately on the GM. Should Snyder have over ruled him on hiring Zorn? I thought we want Snyder out of making decisions like that?
Yes he should have over ruled him cause it's common sense. If you have Gregg Williams or Jim Fassel sitting there wanting to coach your team, and then you have a quirky career QB coach sitting there, who are you going to hire? Sorry but the QB coach isn't even in the running. They both wanted a puppet and they got one. He should have fired the GM for even suggesting Zorn.
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I just can't wait to kick the shit out of Chip Kellys little college/pro team. I think he is gonna find out its hard to run that tempo on offense when you only have 52 players instead of over 75 in the college ranks.
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I just can't wait to kick the shit out of Chip Kellys little college/pro team. I think he is gonna find out its hard to run that tempo on offense when you only have 52 players instead of over 75 in the college ranks.
Maybe we can bring Spurrier back and play the Eagles on Saturdays?
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Hire Brian Mitchell as the next ST coach, I would say he knows some special teams play.
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Maybe we can bring Spurrier back and play the Eagles on Saturdays?

You know what, that sounds like a very good comparison.

Spurrier lit up the NCAA and it simply did not work in the NFL, after preseason of course.

I hope Kelly has the same experience in the Pros.
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You know what, that sounds like a very good comparison.

Spurrier lit up the NCAA and it simply did not work in the NFL, after preseason of course.

I hope Kelly has the same experience in the Pros.
Spurrier failed because of personality not scheme.
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