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How can we have such a complete game?

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i do think that if this team plays like this and the coaching staff is as aggressive to the end of the game that we win most games. i just don't trust this staff to do it consistently enough.

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i do think that if this team plays like this and the coaching staff is as aggressive to the end of the game that we win most games. i just don't trust this staff to do it consistently enough.

I agree and for the sake of me I cannot understand how the coaches had it so wrong at the beginning of the year.I know that bring a young QB along is not easy but we just did not look like a well coached team

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well, if you're gonna pick a part ofthe season to kick it into high gear late is better than early. makes for better post season runs.

of course by the time we hit our stride its too little too late. i hope the next coaching staff will get them winning earlier so we aren't eliminated so early in the season.

I agree. Only if we can split the first half of the season like a 4-4 record, then it's good to push a late season run. But if we always pull out these losing records in the beginning of the season, there's no point pulling out late runs.

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I agree. Only if we can split the first half of the season like a 4-4 record, then it's good to push a late season run. But if we always pull out these losing records in the beginning of the season, there's no point pulling out late runs.

yep. going at least .500 is complete acceptable the first half of the season, but then you better kick it into high gear. only problem being .500 halfway thru is it leaves you with very little room for error.

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