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Old 09-23-2013, 11:37 PM   #436
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Jeez is Jim Haslett watching this game!?!?..............THIS IS HOW YOU TACKLE
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Old 09-23-2013, 11:48 PM   #437
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Well, the thing with guys particularly like Gruden who decide to become color analysts is that they do it in part to be able to stay involved with all the inner workings of every team just in case the opportunity comes again. Gruden gets to be "in the trenches" so to speak with two teams every week, getting access to their talent, coaches, philosophies that he couldn't otherwise. That said, no I don't want him here either
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Who would you like to see as our next HC?

Do you think Danny still wants big name or flashy types for HC? Would Danny ever hire Lovie or a guy like him?
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Y would haslett watch how to tackle?
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Old 09-23-2013, 11:56 PM   #439
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Doesn't agree because it was his mistake.
I was wondering if he decided to dive rather than slide because he is wearing the brace. I saw a couple slides this year where it appeared that the brace could have caught in the turf.
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:02 AM   #440
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Curious...

Who would you like to see as our next HC?

Do you think Danny still wants big name or flashy types for HC? Would Danny ever hire Lovie or a guy like him?
I don't know who. Haven't given it that much thought. One guy I think deserves another chance is Perry Fewell
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:11 AM   #441
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I was wondering if he decided to dive rather than slide because he is wearing the brace. I saw a couple slides this year where it appeared that the brace could have caught in the turf.
That thing doesn't look much sleeker than the gear forust gump pimped
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:22 AM   #442
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I don't know who. Haven't given it that much thought. One guy I think deserves another chance is Perry Fewell
I don't know anything about him prior to being with the Gints. He's a good prospect though for sure. Would be a little nervous given that teams issues right now.

I like the idea of Lovie because he always knows how to build a defense. Saw stats on his defense with the bears and it's just amazing. And he's a disciplinarian type, something this team needs badly.
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:22 AM   #443
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If we lose to Oakland or Dallas, do we part ways with Haslett by the time he enters the locker room?
We obviously are going to rebuild the team. What would it matter to axe him since the season is over b/c we aren't going 12-4 or 11-5?

This sucks. It has to be decided who's in who's out. Losing Mike shanahan would add to the years left of agony. It has to start with Haslett, but honestly Kyle isn't trustworthy to me b/c his success is based nothing on his abilities. More horrifying is that if mike really cared about winning something more would have bbeen done. How do you ever bring your son to work day in the nfl and claim your in it to win it?
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:30 AM   #444
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Lmao! Rebuilding! Holy crap rebuilding, what year is Shanahan in 4, 5 helliv lost count rebuilding! !! Sweet mother of pearl
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I don't know anything about him prior to being with the Gints. He's a good prospect though for sure. Would be a little nervous given that teams issues right now.

I like the idea of Lovie because he always knows how to build a defense. Saw stats on his defense with the bears and it's just amazing. And he's a disciplinarian type, something this team needs badly.
And has no idea how to build an offense, thus hurting our marquee player.
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And has no idea how to build an offense, thus hurting our marquee player.
I know. Though I bet Lovie would work with just about anyone the FO chose for OC and probably give that person a lot leeway. This is a scenario where I'd give Kyle another year in the org.
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Old 09-24-2013, 01:55 AM   #447
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Watching the Bears last night reminded me of how I would hype up Marc Trestman to other fans. Its too bad he isn't a coaching candidate. Offensive genius, that would have put RG3 and Morris in a very balanced offense that can succeed.


People still don't get it that changing to a 4-3 defense fixes 0 NOTHING ZILCH ZIP NADA. The 3-4 is a better defense in the league anyway because it gives you more flexibility and options blitzing. The reason our defense sucks has nothing to do with the scheme. It has to do with not being able to tackle. We could have 12 guys on the field, it still wouldn't make us better because we can't tackle. Another problem with our defense is that we don't line up in our base defense often. How many times this year have we lined up with 3 DLineman, 4 LBs and 4 DBs? Not much, we play to our opponent as opposed to our opponent playing to us. If you watch how the Steelers (whom we base our defense off of) defense plays, it will line up more in base causing offenses to adjust to it. When Pittsburgh won the super bowl a few years ago, I remember their defense being so dominate that offenses would play to it with its personnel, audibles, protection. When the Redskins play, teams say "oh they have 6 DBs on the field, they suck, lets throw it to ______, because they can't stop him."


As far as solutions go. I would fire Haslett at the Bye, give Raheem the DC duties to see how our defense responds after 12 games. If Raheem isn't good, fire him get Rex Ryan or hire Kevin Greene from GB (I think he'll be good), if neither of them come, typically the LB coach from a good 3-4 Defense are the best 3-4 DC candidates (Ron Rivera could also be a candidate).

I would also tell Mike to retire. Go young, get Kyle to coach. If Mike doesn't retire, let Kyle hopefully walk away with a Head Coaching position elsewhere so it doesn't look like we 'fired' him should he decided to come back and coach us one day in the future (I'm referring to a Gregg Williams bad break up; keep that from occurring with Kyle).

And now that we have cap money next year, I'm offering Orakpo a $6 million a year deal as a take it or leave it kind of deal. I'm giving Trent Williams a new contract extension. I'm also going hard after Jarius Byrd and Aqib Talib. We need a safety and a CB badly. Those guys can flip around our secondary from bottom of the league to middle of the pack at the worst. Then I'm drafting MLB's, RTs, and pass rushers all throughout the draft.

Already looking forward to next year folks
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Old 09-24-2013, 02:14 AM   #448
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All this talk about firing Mike and Kyle makes my head hurt.. It's like Week 8-10 last year all over again.. Some of you guys are so see-saw it's ridiculous.
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Old 09-24-2013, 02:33 AM   #449
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I would like to see a defense change at the Bye though. I'm not one to take on coaching changes lightly, but we are on pace to give up 8,000+ yards this year and this is the second game in a row that the offensive players on the other team said they had no worries about our defensive scheme, and we couldn't adjust.
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All this talk about firing Mike and Kyle makes my head hurt.. It's like Week 8-10 last year all over again.. Some of you guys are so see-saw it's ridiculous.
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