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Overkill: Munnerlyn Calls Out Coaching on Bears' Final Drive

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Yup, the staff has definitely lost the team... it's over.

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what's funny is that fox did that to us in the playoff game against 'zona.

thy kept on abusing the fact that we weren't making any adjustments.

the problem here is that rivera made adjustments late in the game that cost us the game. fox didn't make adjustments until it was waaaaayyyyy too late and that was on the rare occasion that he actually made an adjustment.

i tell you i'm tired of piss poor coaching and that's all we've had for the better part of a decade.

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Ballsy move coming from a guy who can't count to 11 or 12. Anyone could see what they were doing. Its a tough loss to one of the best teams record wise in the NFC, with a really good defense. If we score Touchdowns it does not matter, the game is out of reach for them. If we sustain a drive longer than 3 and out and a 6 yard punt, we're talking about a different game. There are tons of reasons we are 1-6. We are what we are, and its painful to watch, because the team is trying so hard to win. I have mad respect for Greg Hardy, with that interview he did after the game. Brutal.

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Proud of Munny, but he shouldn't have backed off at the end with the "we still have to execute." You're not going to execute anything playing quarters against slants. I wish they would have completely rebelled and called their own play in the huddle.

And for JR, I have no idea how even with the most level-headed approach, that you let Rivera make it through the season.

Gamble has the rep to say something like this, but had they called cover 2 and get a, likely, 30 yarder on a double move on Cap the coach would have been called out as an idiot for that instead.

The main problem is that Cap can´t cover a double move to save his life.

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Gamble has the rep to say something like this, but had they called cover 2 and get a, likely, 30 yarder on a double move on Cap the coach would have been called out as an idiot for that instead.

The main problem is that Cap can´t cover a double move to save his life.

Still doesn't change the fact that Cap is right.

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Still doesn't change the fact that Cap is right.

If you send your buddy with $5 to buy the beer for a game you have no buissness yelling at him when it runs out during a pregame show.

Same with Cap. If a call is made partly because you are not good enough to be trusted on other calls. It is totally off the point that it turned out to be the wrong call. You shut up.

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If you send your buddy with $5 to buy the beer for a game you have no buissness yelling at him when it runs out during a pregame show.

Same with Cap. If a call is made partly because you are not good enough to be trusted on other calls. It is totally off the point that it turned out to be the wrong call. You shut up.

Its still the coaches fault because they didn't go after anyone in offseason to fill the lack of talent we have in the CB position. Also just because Cap may not be as good as Gamble doesn't mean his voice is any less important than his. Heck Cap's might be more important right now because he's actually out on the field contributing to the team.

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If you send your buddy with $5 to buy the beer for a game you have no buissness yelling at him when it runs out during a pregame show.

Same with Cap. If a call is made partly because you are not good enough to be trusted on other calls. It is totally off the point that it turned out to be the wrong call. You shut up.

HUH? Our DBs had completely shut down their passing game using press coverage. So what do the coaches do!? Go to a soft zone cover 4. Why abandon what had been working? The coaches put their player in a position to fail by not playing to their strenghts. Cap has every right to call them out. He played his ass off the entire game only to have the play calls kill the defensive momentum. Think before you type nonsense.

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Its still the coaches fault because they didn't go after anyone in offseason to fill the lack of talent we have in the CB position. Also just because Cap may not be as good as Gamble doesn't mean his voice is any less important than his. Heck Cap's might be more important right now because he's actually out on the field contributing to the team.

Last time I checked getting players is the GMs job.

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