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Gantt: Strong possibility Trgovac stays in place


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#37 Snake

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:06 AM

With Dan Henning's success in Miami this past season I'm less and less convinced that the problem is at the coordinator level.

just sayin...






Henning has alot of success with the Panthers till his last two seasons with us. He is still running the ball with the Draw and not using TE's. Sometimes people just need a break from the game.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:10 AM

The problem is becoming more and more clear, and it isn't our coordinators.

Like stated, Trgo doesn't do anything Fox doesn't want. For all we know we could have a great DC, but Fox is holding him back like he did with Henning.

Bad drafting by Fox and Hurney hurts too.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:11 AM

we might need a new offensive coordinator.


I'll be honest. I really am starting to like this train of thinking. I'm not a Fire Fox guy but this does intrigue me.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:22 AM

The problem is becoming more and more clear, and it isn't our coordinators.

Like stated, Trgo doesn't do anything Fox doesn't want. For all we know we could have a great DC, but Fox is holding him back like he did with Henning.

Bad drafting by Fox and Hurney hurts too.




Totally lost me with the last part. The best thing we have been doing over the past couple years is drafting. In just the past two years we have drafted Beason, Stewart, Otah, Godfrey, Rosario, Kalil, Robinson, and Charles Johnson. How many other teams can say they have gotten THAT many solid to very good contributors in two years in the draft? 4-5 starters and 3 rotational guys. Our problem is putting them our team in position to make plays more often, more so on defense.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:26 AM

Totally lost me with the last part. The best thing we have been doing over the past couple years is drafting. In just the past two years we have drafted Beason, Stewart, Otah, Godfrey, Rosario, Kalil, Robinson, and Charles Johnson. How many other teams can say they have gotten THAT many solid to very good contributors in two years in the draft? 4-5 starters and 3 rotational guys. Our problem is putting them our team in position to make plays more often, more so on defense.


As of late they have been good but their has been some years, 2005 for example, that have been horrible.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:26 AM

Drafting has gotten better since we got the new scout.

It wasn't horrible in the first place, though (with few exceptions).

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:31 AM

As of late they have been good but their has been some years, 2005 for example, that have been horrible.



As bad as that draft was, and it was terrible, we still managed to get Thomas Davis, Geoff Hangartner, and Adam Seward. We also selected Jovan Haye, but I guess we gave up on that kid too soon. But Don Gregory has been a blessing, thats for sure.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:35 AM

As bad as that draft was, and it was terrible, we still managed to get Thomas Davis, Geoff Hangartner, and Adam Seward. We also selected Jovan Haye, but I guess we gave up on that kid too soon. But Don Gregory has been a blessing, thats for sure.


That is one thing you can say about this team no matter who was doing th scouting, they have been great on their 1st round picks.

If anything, I think their FA scouting has been worse than their college scouting. Out of all the FA they have signed since 2002, how many have actually been long term solutions? Delhomme and Kemo are the only two I can think of. Diggs I guess has been okay but I'm more refering to the big name signings.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 11:51 AM

Though Harris wasn't a free agent we did seek him out and trade for him, I thought that was a great acquisition. Lucas had a few good years here. Damione Lewis is another that has been solid. Tyler Brayton too.

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 12:10 PM

As of late they have been good but their has been some years, 2005 for example, that have been horrible.

Don Gregory took over as head of college scouting. The last two drafts have been under his watch.