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Old 12-06-2023, 02:56 PM   #1
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How the Commanders reached the crossroads and what comes next

good read

How the Commanders reached the crossroads and what comes next
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Old 12-06-2023, 05:39 PM   #2
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"Multiple sources said Bieniemy and the offensive coaches work well past midnight some nights during the week."

Really?

Doing what?

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Old 12-07-2023, 12:08 PM   #3
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"Multiple sources said Bieniemy and the offensive coaches work well past midnight some nights during the week."

Really?

Doing what?

EB is too stubborn to make any changes in his system, so I'll guess that they must be building a Lego city.
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Old 12-07-2023, 12:12 PM   #4
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EB is too stubborn to make any changes in his system, so I'll guess that they must be building a Lego city.
Nope, this: https://ideas.lego.com/challenges/5c...1-712e10701c63
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Old 12-07-2023, 02:20 PM   #5
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"Multiple sources said Bieniemy and the offensive coaches work well past midnight some nights during the week."

Really?

Doing what?

The whole sleep deprivation thing makes sense. They did research with navy seals and showed that the more sleep deprivation training they went through the more mistakes they made but the longer they were sleep deprived the more confident they were they were doing things correctly. They basically were making grave mistakes in life and death situations but confident they were doing things right.

EB is so sleep deprived he doesn't even know he is screwing up.
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Old 12-06-2023, 05:48 PM   #6
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Read this earlier. Im just happy we reached the crossroads, because up until a few months ago I thought it was an eternal road through football hell. With Snyder there was no chance of ever sniffing a championship. Now there is a chance.
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Old 12-07-2023, 09:16 AM   #7
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Read this earlier. Im just happy we reached the crossroads, because up until a few months ago I thought it was an eternal road through football hell. With Snyder there was no chance of ever sniffing a championship. Now there is a chance.

And things can change very quickly in the NFL. Look at what happened with Atlanta after taking Matt Ryan. Saints with Brees , goes on and on. It all starts with a good coaching staff and good QB


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Old 12-06-2023, 05:50 PM   #8
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It is a good read, but it reads to me like Rivera is all out of ideas. I don't know how to change the outcomes so I'll drop my mantra. I don't know how to improve the offense, so I'll turn it over to the new guy. I don't know how to improve practice results so I'll let someone else organise it. I don't know how to build the roster so I'll let someone else dismantle it.

Keeping RR in some non-coaching, non-personnel capacity would be a good gesture because i think Harris likes him, but it just doesn't make sense. And if he thought EB could be a good HC he'd probably have made that call already. Feels like a complete rebuild in January.
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Old 12-06-2023, 07:55 PM   #9
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Re: How the Commanders reached the crossroads and what comes next

And it should be.
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Rivera brings nothing to the table. Nothing.
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Rivera brings nothing to the table. Nothing.
Bieniemy for HC
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Bieniemy for HC
god i hope not!

I think if EB was going be HC they done it by now.
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Old 12-07-2023, 12:12 AM   #13
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as I have said before, Ron is a good man, seems like he's well respected. he's had four years and it hasn't worked. the team may be in worse shape than when he took it over. that's on him.

he will get to walk off in the sunset w/ another year of getting paid and that'll be it for him as a head coach in the NFL.
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as I have said before, Ron is a good man, seems like he's well respected. he's had four years and it hasn't worked. the team may be in worse shape than when he took it over. that's on him.

he will get to walk off in the sunset w/ another year of getting paid and that'll be it for him as a head coach in the NFL.
You really think he's done as HC? He is respected as a person, I don't know what people ever saw in him as a HC, but he's had two different stints of below mediocrity, save for the one good year he had when Carolina made the SB. He seems like a worse version of Jeff Fisher, because Jeff Fisher's teams were never HORRIBLE, they were just average. Ron in Washington except for one decent year (2020), has been borderline bad to horrible. I still think some other owner gives him one more shot because they will think that the three years under Dan Snyder doesn't count.....
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At this point, I can't imagine one person from the current Coaching staff remaining after the season - in any capacity. Show me one position group that is actually holding their own and I'll change my mind. Sure Sam is putting up yards, but that is only because of the sheer volume of attempts EB has him throwing.
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