His last couple years here
Wtf is the difference between the two? We mind as well kept Fox
Rivera Is Worse Than Fox
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:09 PM
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:14 PM
The thing that frustrates me the most about this whole team is that after being spooned fed all this talk about being an attacking team on defense, offense, and special teams we are softer now than under fox.
I agree, i kinda feel like he has just been feeding us bullshit since the offseason.
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:17 PM
You guys kill Rivera for actually being the opposite of Fox..he says whats on his mind and is not deceptive.
- with that said Nakamura has shown what he is by week 2..I hope it pushes Sherrod Martin to being sharper. That is on the coaching staff to have Haruki in positions he cannot be responsible for. Haruki is a special teamer and knows hall of fame safties..it does not rub off.
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:18 PM
I am new here on this site and came here for one reason, to see if anyone agrees Riveria sucks!!! the defense they ran on the long pass from 1 yardline was the stupidest i have ever witnessed!! how in the hell can you throw a hell mary and complete it? and no. 43 (cant pronounce his name) why would u try and intercept the pass with 50 second left and there on the 1 yard line! knock the ball down!! when i saw the play start , i said throwing deep is stupid, then boom 43 tries to pick it off!! knock it down stupid, i learned that in Jr .Hi. John Fox should have never been fired, he was the best coach panthers have ever had!! you might as well say our season is over,we will never come back from a 1-3 start with the coaching staff we have, that sucks!!!
hahahahaha this is greeatt
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:18 PM
R u kidding me?
I mean we just took alt to the wire @ their house.
You people amaze me, It is improvement, and we should of had that.
Second year coach against a 4 year old team.
if you guys like fox so much go be a fuggin Broncos fan.
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:20 PM
For me to get behind Rivera I have to see a dramatic improvement in the technical side of the team and the mental side. We blow too many blocks, whiff too many tackles and are in the wrong position on D far too often. Look at Harbaugh's team in San Francisco. If their guy gets his hands on a man he goes down. Their coverages are always tight and they run the ball down your throat even when you know it's coming.
That's what I want and that's what I'm not getting from Rivera.
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:24 PM
I dont know what game you were watching but I saw a game the players won and the coach lost.
Oh you were wacthing the 49er's game.
We are talking about the Panthers game.
The more you know.*NBC Star*
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:27 PM
Rivera absolutely made the right call at the end of the game. We had them backed up on the 1 ducking yard line with less than a minute to go.
Blame Naksmura for a terrible play...not to mention his blown coverage on the first TD....blame Cam for putting the ball in the ground....but Rucera absolutely made the right call.
Now the lady series of the first half, that is a mystery to me. Bad coaching and bad execution.
Yes it is the safe high percentage move. We similar things at the end of the Saints game. We are very lucky Brees didn't win that game too. These guys don't know how to close out a game. Chud isat his best when we are unpredictable. Do what it takes to move the chains and stop obsessing over the clock.
It looked like the right call when the punt landed at the 1 but how often do we execute that well on punt coverage. The odds were just a high that it would be at the 20. That wouldn't have been much of a difference in field position. When a first down wins the game, it is worth the risk. Belichick would have gone for it.
Posted 30 September 2012 - 07:30 PM
i cant think of a game off the top of my head that rivera's won that was decided by less than 6 points