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#1 Proudiddy

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:09 PM

If there was any doubt in your mind before, there shouldn't be now.

JR should fire everyone but the assistants. Rivera and both coordinators need to be canned tonight.

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:11 PM

Yes. Please

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:13 PM

POS Coaching staff lol, slant 10 yards slant 10 yards slant 10 yards. Fire everyone associated with this worthless franchise.

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:13 PM

really wt f uck

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:16 PM

POS Coaching staff lol, slant 10 yards slant 10 yards slant 10 yards. Fire everyone associated with this worthless franchise.


The bears found out my madden scheme

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:19 PM

agree, today is a perfect example of how inept our coaching staff is.... the players battled so fuging hard, and it looked like the coaches didn't want to win... thats how bad they were

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:24 PM

The timeouts being blown, electing to not attempt the FG before the half, multiple other flubs, and then allwoing 10 yard passes every play for 5 plays straight to end the game? That is inexcusable.

I'm completely baffled as to how they fooled anyone into hiring them in the positions they're in... Casual fans could make adjustments that these guys aren't making while getting paid millions of dollars. I've never seen anything so perplexing in professional football. Our coaches aren't just bad, they are flat out terrible. I really question their intelligence, not football intelligence, their intelligence as human beings and their cognitive ability.

I just don't understand.

I don't want to.

JR needs to fire Ron, Chum, and McDerpit tonight. Let Shula take over, pick up the pieces from there with guys who at least have the potential to be here with the next staff.

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:28 PM

In all seriousness, I just dont get how these clowns still have their jobs. Ive never seen coaching this bad, even at the HS level.

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:30 PM

but the bears are really gud guys I still think we can come out with a winning record

/rayzor

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:31 PM

And this is what pisses me off even more about our franchise... JR is a businessman. He's fired his own sons. You can't man up and fire the guy that's threw this season down the toilet yourself, so you fire a guy for not doing it for you?

It's bullshit man.

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:33 PM

but the bears are really gud guys I still think we can come out with a winning record

/rayzor



that makes it all the more painful... our players even with some key injuries, are good enough to play with top teams like atlanta, chicago etc... yet our coaching staff find ways to kill us

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 05:33 PM

YES!

The Observer is doing their part:

http://scottfowlerob..._medium=twitter

Major coaching mistakes contribute heavily to Panther loss


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CHICAGO -- The Carolina Panthers lost to Chicago, 23-22, on Sunday, and there is plenty of blame to go around as the team threw away a 19-7 lead entering the fourth quarter.

But let’s concentrate a minute on the coaching. Head coach Ron Rivera and his staff made two awful decisions in this game that helped the Bears to a win – and sent Carolina (1-6) reeling to its fifth straight loss.

Decision 1: With Carolina ahead 13-7 and three seconds to go before halftime, the Panthers had the ball at the Chicago 33. Justin Medlock – who already had made two field goals and won the field-goal competition in the preseason primarily because he has such a strong leg -- had a chance at a 50- or 51-yard field goal.

Instead, Rivera skipped the field goal and decided to try a desperation heave into the end zone. Cam Newton then threw the ball almost through the goalposts. No points for Carolina – in a game decided by one point.

What was the downside of going for the field goal? Practically zero. If Medlock misses, so what? The half’s over.

Only a block and a return for a touchdown could have hurt Carolina. Rivera’s reasoning on why not to go for the field goal, taken from the transcript of his postgame press conference: “Well, because of the cross wind and stuff like that, that ball comes out at that point. It’s getting pushed. That was one of the concerns. We thought our best bet was to throw it into the end zone and see what happens. In hindsight, you can say that maybe we should have gone ahead and tried it…. It’s easy to second-guess at this point.”

Decision 2: With the Panthers ahead 22-20 and Chicago needing a field goal to win, the Bears start at their own 22 and with 2:20 on the clock. Carolina goes into a soft zone defense, keeping all the Bears’ receivers in front of them. The problem: there’s way too much time left for this strategy. The Bears basically run the same play all the way down the field – a 10-12 yard pass to Jay Cutler’s left, in front of cornerback Josh Norman, usually to Brandon Marshall – and finish the game with a field goal at the final gun.

Panther players were careful not to criticize their coaches directly after the game, but several did point out the Bears ran the same play over and over against the same coverage.

Rivera’s reasoning: “We were trying to keep the ball in front of us. It’s one of those things where if you jump it and they double move you, now all of a sudden it’s a touchdown or the ball is in field goal range. We were trying to make them systematically beat us. They got in field-goal position, and you take your chances at that point.”

The part that sticks out to me in that quote? “We were trying to make them systematically beat us.”

Well, if that was the goal, the Panthers certainly succeeded.

Now the work Rivera and his team did Sunday – a lot of it was good. Although the “kick-it-away-from-Devin-Hester” strategy was ugly at times, it was pretty effective. Taking the zone-read out of the running game was a positive. The defensive front four played really well.

But you lose a game like this – one the Panthers really should have won, as they outgained the Bears almost 2-to-1 in yardage – it is the kind of game that haunts people and gets them fired.

“I don't know what to say,” cornerback Josh Norman said. “We just get our hearts ripped out every week.”


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 05:38 PM

Hats off the the coaching staff... they put a great plan together. no fault there....if Cam is the leader, the player, the entertainer he claims to be we win.... im still in his corner, hes learning but in the mean time, get in the film room, work on your accuracy and foot work..

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 05:41 PM

Hats off the the coaching staff... they put a great plan together. no fault there....if Cam is the leader, the player, the entertainer he claims to be we win.... im still in his corner, hes learning but in the mean time, get in the film room, work on your accuracy and foot work..


This entertainer, icon bs has nothing to do with the L... I really don't understand why this keeps getting brought up. How did that effect the X's and O's on the field today???

#15 Pimpdaddy

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 05:45 PM

This entertainer, icon bs has nothing to do with the L... I really don't understand why this keeps getting brought up. How did that effect the X's and O's on the field today???

...hes goda shty attitude...


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