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Clausen stopped listening to coaches

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Since people always seem to question me when I bring this up, I found a place where it's quoted from his chat.

http://www.derp/2011/3/31/2083769/independent-scout-mike-giddings-and-advisor-to-the-panthers

And this was then supported by Michael Lombardi of the NFL network from a ‘source inside the organization’.

Gantt said exacty “It didn’t help that he (Clausen) stopped listening to the coaches” I asked him to clarify and he said “It’s safe to say he didn’t think they were giving him good instruction”.

Sure, Hurney may have picked Clausen, but Clausen also chose to ignore Hurney’s coaches.

So there.

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great. now we know he wasn't listening to the nothing they had to say. :hurray:

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Smart move on his part.

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Rip was/is a terrible QB coach! And Davidson? hahahahaha!

Pickles might be smarter than we thought.

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Smart move on his part.

Yeah, definitley; since we won the Super Bowl and he had the best TD to INT ratio in the NFL... Oh wait...

Clausen drops back to pass and it's caught for a touchdown by the NEW ORLEAN SAINTS. I am not hearing that garbage again this year.

NEXT

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Rip was/is a terrible QB coach! And Davidson? hahahahaha!

Pickles might be smarter than we thought.

It doens't matter, he did not listen to the coaches, who are in authority, and who knows how long this was going on.

In your terms, this is like you ignoring your boss which results in what... Watch Video for answer.

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John Fox's system is basically designed for a fairly average QB to do pretty well.

It is why Jake and Matt Moore have winning records under Fox.

Maybe Jimmy tuning out is why he never improved and regressed. I don't think much of Fox or Davidson......but Clausen flat out stunk. If he quit on the coaches......then it might be no real shock why players keep talking about the qb position so much.

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When your own team doesn't even want you, and some guys even refuse to play for you then you have to do something about it. Come draft night, we are going to do something about it. Worst case scenario, drafting Newton insures us D-Will's service's next year.

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