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  2. They're fun to watch. Like us when he was here.
  3. Well at least it wasn’t the blow out that was predicted.
  4. I see sarcasm is a foreign concept to many on here
  5. Up there with my favourite posts of all time
  6. San Fran have got it right though. They're built to play Shanahan's brand of football and both sides of the football compliment each other. They have a clear identity - I have no idea what our identity is.
  7. Unless we're trading Matt Ryan to get some serious draft capital or impactful players, taking a QB with a top 5 pick doesn't make us better - at least not for next 3 years. Even then the odds of drafting a better QB than Matt Ryan are slim.
  8. Continuity is important and I agree that coaching changes shouldn’t be hastily made for that read, but there comes a point when you know that someone simply isn’t good enough and it becomes necessary. What does DQ actually do well? What makes you think “We are going to turn this around in 2020 because DQ is going to...”. His defensive scheme is poor, and seems to lack basic adjustments. He seem to do a poor job teaching it to the players”. Our fundamentals are poor. We play neither fast nor physical. We are undisciplined and sloppy. The only thing DQ does well for me, is talk a good game. Igive him credit firm the whole brotherhood thing in 2016. We caught lightning in a bottle that year because the players bought in to it, but that was 3 years ago.
  9. Sad to state this but the fans and the bottom line plays more of a factor in the head coach staying than we realize. With Mike Tomlin, Andy Reid and Jason Garrett, those fans are more supportive of those teams, even in losing seasons. Arrowhead and Heinz field sale out on losing seasons, Cowboys are "America's team" very supportive, there everywhere. They wanted Jason Garrett gone every year for the past half a decade at least, still came to the game and he's still coaching the team. We don't operate like that sad to say. I don't have room to talk, been to the Benz 3 times since it opened, can't afford the tickets. I would say we the consumer probably play a 50% role in this at least.
  10. Team morale and output being down is a common result of a boss or manager not being up to snuff in the common folk workplace. The same applies to sports as well.
  11. Definitely not this one
  12. It can help it some, but when you don’t force a team to punt for 13 straight drives over a two week span and are allowing the most points in the league, it’s not going to help it enough.
  13. It better be 2-14 with the 2nd win coming against the Saints to knock them out of playoff contention, because the Panthers win the division behind Kyle Allen and the NFC North gets 3 teams in.
  14. Today
  15. I’ll agree with you that Sean Peyton is a slime ball, don’t think that is what you were going for, but that’s ok. I’d personally rather not have the drama or distraction of those types of players. A little edge fine, but anything past that and I’ll leave it.
  16. We better not win 3 pointless games to end the year again...
  17. When was Brady’s defense not good? Since 2008 Brady has had a top ten scoring defense 11/12 seasons, 92% of the time. Ryan has had that 3/12 seasons, 25% of the time, including the dead last one so far this year.
  18. campbell is like 4th in the NFL in tackles. Sure he missed the TD pass but he's improved as a run LB
  19. I’ll take it. I was told I don’t know football. Then things like this always happen. Gotta love it lol
  20. It doesn’t help his pass rushers haven’t actually gone to bat for him. His defensive scheme would work if players actually did there jobs. The Beasley decision will probably end him though and the thought process behind thinking that the return of Debo Rico and Neal to the back half of his defense would make the difference. He also couldn’t have accounted for the drop off in his secondaries performance also. Ultimately the draft decisions he and the GM made have been proven ineffective throw in bad inconsistent coaching and we have what we have.
  21. Even when the Falcons go good alot of this fan base won’t say first off the teams going well they’ll say the other team was just bad. Funny thing is when this team is going badly the above still pile it on. Can’t win either way. I agree though for the most part I never understood why a player thinks anything is to be gained by engaging fans on Twitter or other forms of social media it’s just a plane crash waiting to happen.
  22. I thought for sure he'd be missing Matt Ryan. Maybe he does a little bit, but we miss him more.
  23. And yet he fired Dan Reeves
  24. no offense, this came across as funny like a parody
  25. The optimist in me wonders if the “new” scheme Quinn came up with just takes time for the players to learn. Similar to shanahan’s first season.
  26. Also, they poured resources into the side of the ball Shanahan doesn't coach because they knew his coaching and scheme would make up for talent. That's exactly what Quinn was supposed to do. They put all of the resources in the offense because Quinn's "simple" scheme was supposed to make it easy for guys to make plays based mostly on speed. Shanahan's defense is balling with resources like Bosa and the rest of the line and his offense is scoring enough to win. Quinn's offense is scoring enough to win for the most part, but his defense is atrocious. He has never been without his starting quarterback. He bet on himself and lost and now it's time for a change.
  27. Oh did we not beat the Cardinals today?
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