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Old 10-24-2013, 02:09 PM   #46
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I havent,how could you forget Beck? Remember Shanahan staked his reputation on him{and Grossman}

Wasnt it Kellen Clemens{now starting for Rams}who Beck beat out to win the backup job?
Yep, Kellen "Horsecollar" Clemens. The horsecollar tackle that he made in preseason was priceless.
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Old 10-24-2013, 02:37 PM   #47
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Darrelle Revis' usage has Buccaneers fans in an uproar - NFL.com

ROFL.

Can you imagine Kyle telling fans to show up and properly show him how to use RGIII? I imagine GOAT and a few others would be at Redskins park waiting for him to arrive.....lolol
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Old 10-24-2013, 04:15 PM   #48
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Greg Schiano loses Tampa Bay Buccaneers with autocratic style - NFL.com

Can't wait to see this guy get canned.
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it was a bad hire in the first place.
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I never do get the tough guy act. Especially when you're not successful with it. Learning and growth, indeed they are your friends.
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Darrelle Revis' usage has Buccaneers fans in an uproar - NFL.com

ROFL.

Can you imagine Kyle telling fans to show up and properly show him how to use RGIII? I imagine GOAT and a few others would be at Redskins park waiting for him to arrive.....lolol
I'd be there earlier and stay late. This has to be pounded thru little kyles head until he understands.
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I can stand to see or hear leadership crush one of their own in front of others:

"According to a current Bucs player -- in an account corroborated by another witness -- Schiano became enraged during a practice late in the 2012 season when special teams coach Bob Ligashesky walked onto the wrong area of the practice field during a drill.

Instead of merely telling Ligashesky to watch where he walked, Schiano launched into a loud tirade and threatened to fire him if he repeated the mistake. When Ligashesky was let go following the season, it was hard not to draw a connection between the tantrum and that decision."
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I'd be there earlier and stay late. This has to be pounded thru little kyles head until he understands.
But how would your current team survive the day w/out your brilliant coaching insights?!?
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I can stand to see or hear leadership crush one of their own in front of others:

"According to a current Bucs player -- in an account corroborated by another witness -- Schiano became enraged during a practice late in the 2012 season when special teams coach Bob Ligashesky walked onto the wrong area of the practice field during a drill.

Instead of merely telling Ligashesky to watch where he walked, Schiano launched into a loud tirade and threatened to fire him if he repeated the mistake. When Ligashesky was let go following the season, it was hard not to draw a connection between the tantrum and that decision."
Yeah stuff that just makes you cringe to hear.

Reminds me of some really bad bosses I've had in the past.
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Yeah stuff that just makes you cringe to hear.

Reminds me of some really bad bosses I've had in the past.
Hear hear. There's no way the Glazers can go with Schiano after this season. I wouldn't be surprised if he is the first NFL coach canned midseason even. You can't be a hardass 24-7 and win. He should take some advice from Tom Coughlin, there's a time to be a hardass and there's a time when it isn't necessary.
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Hear hear. There's no way the Glazers can go with Schiano after this season. I wouldn't be surprised if he is the first NFL coach canned midseason even. You can't be a hardass 24-7 and win. He should take some advice from Tom Coughlin, there's a time to be a hardass and there's a time when it isn't necessary.
good call on coughlin, he seems to be able to walk the line.
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Does it get any dochebaggery than threatening to fire someone who accidentally steps onto a practice field?


We talkin' bout practice...
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With all the bad PR that's coming out I don't see how he makes it through the season. The guy is a tyrant. Another college coach bites the dust.
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it was a bad hire in the first place.
Yeah they went from one extreme to the other.
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I can stand to see or hear leadership crush one of their own in front of others:

"According to a current Bucs player -- in an account corroborated by another witness -- Schiano became enraged during a practice late in the 2012 season when special teams coach Bob Ligashesky walked onto the wrong area of the practice field during a drill.

Instead of merely telling Ligashesky to watch where he walked, Schiano launched into a loud tirade and threatened to fire him if he repeated the mistake. When Ligashesky was let go following the season, it was hard not to draw a connection between the tantrum and that decision."
That isn't leadership.

And imagine what Schiano would do if instead of walking onto the wrong part of the practice field, the special teams coach walked on to the field and drew a 15 yard penalty. (Oh, wait....).
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