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Why so much hate on Trgo??

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why does everyone hate him so much??? i thought fox was supposed to be the defensive mastermind??? if people are so unhappy with the defense, why does all of the hate go towards trgovac??? not saying i disagree with all of the criticism the defense gets.....just curious why people use only him as a scapegoat

thoughts???

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Fox/ Trgovac generally have decent defensive game plans at the start of the game. I tend to credit Fox more b/c he gives the thumbs up on the gameplan.

I think the largest problem is the lack of defensive adjustments, which continues time and time again in oppenents putting up big numbers in the 2nd half.

The blame goes to both, but I personally think Trgovac is more responsible for communicating what needs to be done to his players during half time and the second half. Fox has to oversee the whole game, so I think it is more of a failure on Trgova than Fox.

Fox, being the HC, is ultimately responsible for all aspects so he doesn't escape blame. But simply put, I, like many Panthers fans, think Trgovac has proven over the last couple of years he even doesn't know what the adjustments should be or can't communicate that to his players.

Even way, the Panthers need a change.

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Simple: he's a shitty DC. There's a reason why some of us hate him or at least don't like him being here.

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I just can't imagine a championship calibur defense that doesn't pressure the QB! We had a great 4 man rush at one point and it was enough, but that changed and our scheme didn't change with it. So who's to blame? The D-line? The D-coord.? or the Head Coach?

Regardless of who takes the blame, the defense needs to become more aggressive.

I'd rather not lose what we have going for us. It's a very amiable franchise, but something needs to change and it may not be the thing we want. Still... change is coming and we need to embrace it.

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I just can't imagine a championship calibur defense that doesn't pressure the QB! We had a great 4 man rush at one point and it was enough, but that changed and our scheme didn't change with it. So who's to blame? The D-line? The D-coord.? or the Head Coach?

Regardless of who takes the blame, the defense needs to become more aggressive..

Beautiful- My sentiments exactly

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Somebody's head has got to roll. Fox is way to good of a coach to let him go.

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What amazes me, is that the offense really lost that last game but nobody is talking about that. You can't expect any defense to overcome 6 turnovers.

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