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45 minutes ago, ChasinDatPaper said:

People still think coaching plays a big role to a teams success. Just LOL. Talent over coaching anyday of the week.

Talent is ofc the most important aspect, but if you give BB the same roster as Rex Ryan I highly doubt they would perform equally.

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1 hour ago, Ffguy0087 said:

Talent is ofc the most important aspect, but if you give BB the same roster as Rex Ryan I highly doubt they would perform equally.

Jerry Jones hires coaches like he owns the Jags or Raiders....when he finally fired Wade Phillips, it was 10-11 offseason, he gives job to JG and the 49ers hired Jim Harbaugh, I think at that moment in time, one could argue the Cowboys were in a better place than SF, certainly record wise over previous couple years.  Cowboys put up 3 straight 8-8 seasons, Niners go NFC Title game, Super Bowl App, NFC Title game = darn near could of been 3 SB in a row.  Do I believe had Jerry hired Harbs that Dallas goes three straight 8-8?  Heck no.  

 

Jerry pretty much wasted the gift that was Tony Romo with poor coaching.  

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3 hours ago, ChasinDatPaper said:

People still think coaching plays a big role to a teams success. Just LOL. Talent over coaching anyday of the week.

 

If you want to get a really good feel for how important coaching is bet significant amounts of money on the games, then watch every play.   You'll be stunned at some of the incompetence you see week in and week out from a play sequencing and game management perspective.

 

That heavy zone defensive scheme Pitt rolled out vs NE had ZERO chance of being successful.  Don't go heavy zone vs a smart QB with no significant pass rush. 

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10 minutes ago, 96mnc said:

 

If you want to get a really good feel for how important coaching is bet significant amounts of money on the games, then watch every play.   You'll be stunned at some of the incompetence you see week in and week out from a play sequencing and game management perspective.

 

That heavy zone defensive scheme Pitt rolled out vs NE had ZERO chance of being successful.  Don't go heavy zone vs a smart QB with no significant pass rush. 

Look no further than the Cowboys game last week, the novice eye probably thinks great game, but there were some really questionable play calling, attempted subs and decision making in that game which probably cost them another 14 points and maybe chance to win the game at the end

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36 minutes ago, 96mnc said:

 

If you want to get a really good feel for how important coaching is bet significant amounts of money on the games, then watch every play.   You'll be stunned at some of the incompetence you see week in and week out from a play sequencing and game management perspective.

 

That heavy zone defensive scheme Pitt rolled out vs NE had ZERO chance of being successful.  Don't go heavy zone vs a smart QB with no significant pass rush. 

 

PIT had no choice but to try zone. None of their corners could have held up in man-to-man against Edelman and Hogan (and Lewis out of the backfield) given how quickly Brady releases the ball. 

 

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9 hours ago, psygolf said:

Complete respect for McDaniels and his football mind, but I do not think the HC leadership gene is there.

 

Same thing was said about BB 20 years ago after he returned to be Parcells' DC in NE after failing in CLE and NE made the SB. 

 

Winning changes everything. 

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56 minutes ago, joshua18 said:

 

Same thing was said about BB 20 years ago after he returned to be Parcells' DC in NE after failing in CLE and NE made the SB. 

 

Winning changes everything. 

Link...?

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"The 1995 Cleveland Browns season was the team's 50th season overall and 46th in the National Football League. After finishing 11-5 in 1994 under head coach Bill Belichick and winning a playoff game for the first time since 1989, the Browns were favored by many to reach Cleveland's first ever Super Bowl.[1] The Browns started by winning three of their first four games, but lost three straight in the middle of the season and finished the first half of the season at 4-4.

The day after the Browns recorded their fifth loss, a 37-10 blowout to the Oilers, owner Art Modell announced that he was moving the franchise to Baltimore. Stunned by this news, the team collapsed and only won one of their remaining seven games and Belichick was fired

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3 hours ago, joshua18 said:

 

PIT had no choice but to try zone. None of their corners could have held up in man-to-man against Edelman and Hogan (and Lewis out of the backfield) given how quickly Brady releases the ball. 

 

 

We're going to have to agree to disagree on this one. 

 

You play soft zone vs Brady with no pass rush and you get what happened Sunday.  

 

You're not going to fool him so your best bet is to play man and hope your athletes are better than their athletes and/or that your pass rush gets there before their WRs can separate.

 

Now Pitt's cbs in Cockrell, Gay, and Burns aren't great but they also aren't awful.  And the safeties are decent.  I would have taken my chances with the caveat that you must be extremely physical at the LOS.

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5 hours ago, joshua18 said:

 

PIT had no choice but to try zone. None of their corners could have held up in man-to-man against Edelman and Hogan (and Lewis out of the backfield) given how quickly Brady releases the ball. 

 

Why do you blitz so much? 

Buddy Ryan '85: "because our corners can't cover anyone."

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10 hours ago, joshua18 said:

 

Same thing was said about BB 20 years ago after he returned to be Parcells' DC in NE after failing in CLE and NE made the SB. 

 

Winning changes everything. 

 

He failed? The guy turned a failed franchise around and started winning

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14 hours ago, ChasinDatPaper said:

People still think coaching plays a big role to a teams success. Just LOL. Talent over coaching anyday of the week.

 

Coaching puts the talent in the position to win or lose. A talented player who doesnt have a coaching staff that puts him in the position to succeed will fail. The league is full of ridiculously talented players on poorly coached teams. 

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On 1/25/2017 at 0:46 AM, psygolf said:

"The 1995 Cleveland Browns season was the team's 50th season overall and 46th in the National Football League. After finishing 11-5 in 1994 under head coach Bill Belichick and winning a playoff game for the first time since 1989, the Browns were favored by many to reach Cleveland's first ever Super Bowl.[1] The Browns started by winning three of their first four games, but lost three straight in the middle of the season and finished the first half of the season at 4-4.

The day after the Browns recorded their fifth loss, a 37-10 blowout to the Oilers, owner Art Modell announced that he was moving the franchise to Baltimore. Stunned by this news, the team collapsed and only won one of their remaining seven games and Belichick was fired

Thanks for that. Many believe BB failed in Cleveland, when in actuality he built a winning organization that was on its way to playoff and potentially SB success. The team foundation and front office BB built in Cleveland went to Baltimore and won the SB a few years later. That Baltimore team and organization's success is in large part due to BB. Ozzie was a BB assistant and disciple.

 

Watch the Football Life of the Browns with Belichick for any interested.

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On 1/24/2017 at 9:46 PM, psygolf said:

"The 1995 Cleveland Browns season was the team's 50th season overall and 46th in the National Football League. After finishing 11-5 in 1994 under head coach Bill Belichick and winning a playoff game for the first time since 1989, the Browns were favored by many to reach Cleveland's first ever Super Bowl.[1] The Browns started by winning three of their first four games, but lost three straight in the middle of the season and finished the first half of the season at 4-4.

The day after the Browns recorded their fifth loss, a 37-10 blowout to the Oilers, owner Art Modell announced that he was moving the franchise to Baltimore. Stunned by this news, the team collapsed and only won one of their remaining seven games and Belichick was fired

People forget the Browns had turned things around and then everything kind of collapsed when the move was announced.  

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Claiborne to the Jets

 

Carr to the Ravens

 

anyone around 6ft / 200lbs with past CB and S experience that would like to try out please contact Jerry Jones at 1 800 betterluckin2018 after you rebuild in the draft

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On 3/13/2017 at 6:57 PM, vikingapocalypse said:

Exposing womens breasts...visiting weed shops..under investigation...

 

Shoulda picked ramsey and henry

 ;)

 

Ramsey acts like a child too. Henry is obviously the better out of the two character-wise.

 

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14 minutes ago, ChasinDatPaper said:

Ramsey acts like a child too. Henry is obviously the better out of the two character-wise.

 

It was in reference to their draft selection and what was available at their first and second round choices.

In massive need of a corner now, and henry wouldve done fine behind that line.

Ramsey may act like a baby or a sore loser but at least thats passion for the game. Alot different then zeke having problems with substance abuse since his time in college and doing idiotic stunts in public view.

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