Message from discussion Please bring back <gag> Schottenheimer...
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From: Johnny Morongo <Moro...@Burf.com>
Subject: Re: Please bring back <gag> Schottenheimer...
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 09:45:26 -0800
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On 11/12/2012 8:16 AM, papacarl wrote:
> "johnctxjets" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> On 11/11/2012 9:23 PM, Beiselbub´┐Ż wrote:
>> On Nov 11, 4:45 pm, "yoyodog" <connarchNOS...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> Anything's better than Sparano. Holy shyte. Talk about predictable.
>> Who looks to the Dolphins' coaching staff for offense? If there is a
>> team over the last ten years that has been more consistently inept
>> offensively, I can't think of who it would be. Diamond in the rough,
>> that's Sparano. And I thought the Bills got a steal with Wanny....
> That is just cruel.
> Last year Sanchez made progress. If you pull out the 3 games where we
> got blown out, meaning the defense put us in a big hole, he made big
> progress: TD-Ints, red zone, scoring etc. Now if you believe that was
> all Tom Moore doing it from FL & by phone please tell me wtf he wasn't
> No excuses for Sanchez, will not make them. However, I don't think this
> musical WR has helped at all...nothing they do makes sense.
> If you believe Rex said he would take Schott to get the job why would he
> hire this ninny who has NEVER been an OC in the NFL before.
> Because Rex doesn't want anyone more "powerful" than him around???
> Who knows? Maybe Rex makes more emotional decisions than a HC should.
In the end, I don't think Rex is smart enough to make good decisions.
Look, they knew him in Baltimore and passed him over. Doesn't that say
something about him then? He's flawed. His football flaws seem to be
involved, at least, with Offensive ignorance, talent evaluation and
scheme fit for that talent. He certainly is not helped by having a
foolish and arrogant (there, I've said it again) GM though. Oh, and by
the way, an ignorant, 1%er owner whose interest in political outcomes
exceeds his interest in the team. It's a toy for him. A diversion at
best and he knows nothing about football. At all.
Another "Perfect Storm" for Metro Jets fans to have to endure. But yet
I watch, of course always with hope, but once again expecting the games
to provide as many laughs as SNL does. Derisive laughs, though.