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Old 01-30-2013, 10:23 PM   #616
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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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Old 01-31-2013, 01:41 PM   #617
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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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Old 01-31-2013, 02:25 PM   #619
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One thing about Kelly I have notice that he talks about the NFL very differently than Spurrier.

When Spurrier came up, he essentially said "My system will easily transfer to the pros" and really didn't make an adaptations to it or his style of coaching on arrival. He really thought he could just play "pitch and catch" like he did at FSU.

Kelly has already said that he can't transfer his style of play, practice and preparation to the NFL without changing it (Can't find the link now but essentially, he said "If I run practices the way I did at Oregon, I will have a great track team but a lousy football team.").

As FRPLG said, Spurrier just did not have the personality to succeed as an NFL head coach. Not saying Kelly does, but, IMHO, it would be a mistake to compare him to Spurrier.
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Spurrier failed because of personality not scheme.
Well, his schemes struggled big time in protection.
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Well, his schemes struggled big time in protection.
Because he refused to adapt. The NFL is all about adapting.
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Hire Brian Mitchell as the next ST coach, I would say he knows some special teams play.
I kinda hope you're kidding. He would alienate every coach, player and staffer in the building. Just because someone can play a position doesn't make them a good coach at it.
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Old 01-31-2013, 07:27 PM   #623
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The answer isn't always Art Monk for WR coach, Brian Mitchell for ST coach, Darrell Green for DB coach, Joe Jacoby for OL coach...and so on
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One thing about Kelly I have notice that he talks about the NFL very differently than Spurrier.

When Spurrier came up, he essentially said "My system will easily transfer to the pros" and really didn't make an adaptations to it or his style of coaching on arrival. He really thought he could just play "pitch and catch" like he did at FSU.

Kelly has already said that he can't transfer his style of play, practice and preparation to the NFL without changing it (Can't find the link now but essentially, he said "If I run practices the way I did at Oregon, I will have a great track team but a lousy football team.").

As FRPLG said, Spurrier just did not have the personality to succeed as an NFL head coach. Not saying Kelly does, but, IMHO, it would be a mistake to compare him to Spurrier.
I heard Kelly signed Dennis Dixon. Looks like he's going to put in some type of system similar to what he did at Oregon. I assume they didn't hire him to run a normal NFL offense.
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I heard Kelly signed Dennis Dixon. Looks like he's going to put in some type of system similar to what he did at Oregon. I assume they didn't hire him to run a normal NFL offense.
Well I don't think the Ravens will be thrilled to find out Dixon's gone to the Eagles since he's playing the part of Kaepernick for them in practice this week

But yeah the expectation is the Eagles will sign Dixon eventually but I probably wouldn't read too much into that
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One thing about Kelly I have notice that he talks about the NFL very differently than Spurrier.

When Spurrier came up, he essentially said "My system will easily transfer to the pros" and really didn't make an adaptations to it or his style of coaching on arrival. He really thought he could just play "pitch and catch" like he did at FSU.

Kelly has already said that he can't transfer his style of play, practice and preparation to the NFL without changing it (Can't find the link now but essentially, he said "If I run practices the way I did at Oregon, I will have a great track team but a lousy football team.").

As FRPLG said, Spurrier just did not have the personality to succeed as an NFL head coach. Not saying Kelly does, but, IMHO, it would be a mistake to compare him to Spurrier.
You mean't Florida.
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I heard Kelly signed Dennis Dixon. Looks like he's going to put in some type of system similar to what he did at Oregon. I assume they didn't hire him to run a normal NFL offense.
I think Chip's offense may produce good results his first year. After that initial year, I think coordinators will come up with a game plan to make it ineffective. They generally do.
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The answer isn't always Art Monk for WR coach, Brian Mitchell for ST coach, Darrell Green for DB coach, Joe Jacoby for OL coach...and so on
Mark Moseley for ST coach then?
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I heard Kelly signed Dennis Dixon. Looks like he's going to put in some type of system similar to what he did at Oregon. I assume they didn't hire him to run a normal NFL offense.
as I recall Dixon looked good against us in a preseason game, but didnt impress many people playing for Pittsburgh
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