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Lefty

John Fox is too soft.

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Didn't the Patriots blow a big lead against the Panthers in the Super Bowl?

Err no....LOL are you a panther fan, or did you even watch that game?

What are you talking about.

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He didnt shut down the offense yesterday. The ENTIRE line got reshuffled due to the injuries. When you are forced to do that in the middle of a game the offensive production suffers. Relax.

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Who got injured? No, seriously... I didn't see the game so I didn't know anyone was injured. I just saw that a 20 point lead was wiped out in one quarter.

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Who got injured? No, seriously... I didn't see the game so I didn't know anyone was injured. I just saw that a 20 point lead was wiped out in one quarter.

Otah, and Hangartner both went out in the second half.

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Who got injured? No, seriously... I didn't see the game so I didn't know anyone was injured. I just saw that a 20 point lead was wiped out in one quarter.

We reshuffled the OL with Gross moving to RT after Otah went down with a toe, Omiyale went to LT, Bridges was at RG when Hangartner went down.

That's part of it, but it was more philosophy than anything IMO. I would have liked to have stayed a little more aggresive on both sides of the ball until it was out of reach.

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NEW ORLEANS -- It has happened so often this year, it barely registers any more.

Yet, the Carolina Panthers walked out of the Louisiana Superdome with no backup offensive linemen to spare, exhausting their reserves with injuries that kept their starting right side of the line from finishing the game.

Right guard Geoff Hangartner left in the second quarter with an ankle sprain, and right tackle Jeff Otah left in the third with a toe injury, causing yet another in what has become a series of scrambles.

http://www.heraldonline.com/247/story/1039726.html

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What are you talking about.

The Patriots secondary got torched by Jake in the 2nd half of that game. I'm pretty sure Patriot fans weren't acting like idiots after they won the Super Bowl asking for their coach to be fired.

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Has been and always be a conservative coach.

Bout time to get used to it being he has AT LEAST 2/3 more years here.

LMAO- YUP

Last night I looked at my wife and said; "you know with this season, Fox will be our coach for a LONG TIME. We better get ready for some conservative football, and more blown 4th qtr leads"

LOL Lol...

As long as we have Delhomme and Smith here to bail out Fox's conservatism we will be OK.

If Fox doesnt change when he loses Delhomme we will have some tough years.

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Being the "hard" full swagger style coach has just as much if not more downsides than a softer conservative style. It works for us, we are division champs & have a bye.

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We know they're 12-4 DA, that doesn't mean Fox is doing a great coaching job. Fox blew the Giants game and just about blew the Saints game and Damn it, as a fan, I'm pissed!!!!

You're right, Fox sucks. 4th best record in the league since 2002, already been to the SB, another NFCCG and are now in the tournament again.

What was I thinking?

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