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The past is barely relevant to the present

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I think our whole staff needs to look at who is doing what RIGHT NOW and act accordingly.  That means benching Oliver.  That means benching Campbell.  It even means benching Trufant or at least subbing in someone else to see what they can do.  Guys who aren't cutting it on the OL -- get them out of here.

It's not about 2016.  It's about right now.  We need to find out what else we have on this roster.  We need to cut ties with expensive players who are barely better than scrubs.  Where we have holes, we gotta try to fill with new pieces.

Just look at how Kazee excelled last year.  We don't have to wait for someone to get hurt to see what else we have.

Also, we need to stop running the same **** defensive scheme every game.  Why are are continuing to do something that our guys can't execute well?  If it doesn't work, you have to adjust.  Play man coverage and blitz this week.  Make Goff uncomfortable.  If that doesn't work, try something else.

The best organization in football completely changes their scheme from one week to the next, including the players that will be featured.  You cannot be tied to particular guys or even particular schemes!  You have to find out what maximizes your chances of winning and go with that.

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Also should've added -- if someone STILL does not know their responsibility, they need to be on the bench.  There is no excuse for leaving a RB 15 yards wide open on routine plays.

Play the guys who completely understand what we are trying to do.  There are way too many breakdowns going on, and the responsible players should not be playing.

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So in other words they need to go FULL tank

And you guys really gotta stop bringing up the Patriots man. There is no other BB coaching in the league. If Quinn had an ounce of BB in his brain I could see the Patriots always being brought up 

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10 minutes ago, octoslash said:

If we bench everybody who needs benching the bench is going to break and there would be about 4 players on the field.  

Bench the bench if it can't handle the pressure!!!

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6 hours ago, DogIsYourName said:

I think our whole staff needs to look at who is doing what RIGHT NOW and act accordingly.  That means benching Oliver.  That means benching Campbell.  It even means benching Trufant or at least subbing in someone else to see what they can do.  Guys who aren't cutting it on the OL -- get them out of here.

It's not about 2016.  It's about right now.  We need to find out what else we have on this roster.  We need to cut ties with expensive players who are barely better than scrubs.  Where we have holes, we gotta try to fill with new pieces.

Just look at how Kazee excelled last year.  We don't have to wait for someone to get hurt to see what else we have.

Also, we need to stop running the same **** defensive scheme every game.  Why are are continuing to do something that our guys can't execute well?  If it doesn't work, you have to adjust.  Play man coverage and blitz this week.  Make Goff uncomfortable.  If that doesn't work, try something else.

The best organization in football completely changes their scheme from one week to the next, including the players that will be featured.  You cannot be tied to particular guys or even particular schemes!  You have to find out what maximizes your chances of winning and go with that.


I pretty much agree with what you're saying!  A football game is always a "fluid" situation, and it's all about making changes as the game goes along.  We haven't been very good at that, this year, for whatever reason --- whether it's coaching, or player talent.  We need to do a better job of evaluating both and quit doing the same things, and expecting a different result!!! 



 

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