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Who Started The Offensive Change?

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#13 Lumps


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Posted 27 October 2012 - 11:52 AM

Sounds strange I suppose it depends on the reasoning recent changes have been made. Is it to a reaction of how we are preforming? A reaction to just Hurney's part in this, still neglecting the other reasons such as the offense which means it may continue? Or is this reaction just JRs response knowing he has to do something or does he believe coaching is the problem? Why was Hunry fired? Yea he sucked but he has sucked for a while and he was just extended so why now? If this (firing Hurney) wasn't a change that is going to improve our chances of winning games, which will only be done through changes in hte offense, seems JR may be just starting to rebuild.

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Posted 27 October 2012 - 11:58 AM

I don't care when it started, who's idea it was to use it or who is responsible for making the decision.

What I do care about is the fact that it continues although it has been consistently proven that it doesn't work. Even Pavlov's dogs didn't take this long to be not stupid.