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#11 TheRumGone

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 09:14 AM



At least he has a sense of humor.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 09:29 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFeC-ABcIpU

At least he has a sense of humor.

Good, because this is a joke of a hire.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 09:31 AM

Good, because this is a joke of a hire.



so witty....

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 09:33 AM

Shulas past coaching jobs are an unfair way to judge him. He was basically forced by Dungy to run a conservative offense with not a lot of skill, and in Bama he was going into a lose lose situation that anyone wouldn't succeed in.

This is Shulas first real shot to show what he's got. Give him a chance.


Dungy's conservative offense shot from bottom of the league to the top the very next year Shula left. With Dilfer's backup.

At Bama he was known for being a bad play caller and they were completely thrilled when he was left.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 10:19 AM

shula's well deserved reputation is that of a bad play caller. bad and uncreative decisions that take too long to get to the QB.

no one doubts he is a good guy. no one doubts his chemistry with cam. it's his proven record as a playcaller. it doesn't matter who you have on the field or how great the playbook is if the coaches making the decisions on the field can't be trusted to make good and/or quick decisions.

giving this team the benefit of the doubt is all we do because all they do is give us reason to doubt. at some point you start noticing that giving them the benefit of the doubt has only paid off four seasons out of 17 and regardless of the studs we have at QB & MLB, you doubt the coaches ability to pull the best out of the players. you doubt their ability to make good consistent decisions, esp. when it matters most.

promoting shula did nothing to make me feel better about this coaching staff's ability to make good game time decisions, in fact it made me have less confidence in them.

I'll cheer for them and hope this works, but i have faith only that this team will continue to do what it's evidenced itself to do...blow close leads (that i think will come less often now) and lose games until the end of the season after the team is eliminated from playoff contention.

am i wrong? i hope so and it sure wouldn't be the first time, but until they can prove they can win when it matters instead of just trying to save their coach's job at the end of the season, i will not believe. i won't be suckered into believing in them again until they give me proof it's worth it.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 10:27 AM

shula's well deserved reputation is that of a bad play caller. bad and uncreative decisions that take too long to get to the QB.

no one doubts he is a good guy. no one doubts his chemistry with cam. it's his proven record as a playcaller. it doesn't matter who you have on the field or how great the playbook is if the coaches making the decisions on the field can't be trusted to make good and/or quick decisions.

giving this team the benefit of the doubt is all we do because all they do is give us reason to doubt. at some point you start noticing that giving them the benefit of the doubt has only paid off four seasons out of 17 and regardless of the studs we have at QB & MLB, you doubt the coaches ability to pull the best out of the players. you doubt their ability to make good consistent decisions, esp. when it matters most.

promoting shula did nothing to make me feel better about this coaching staff's ability to make good game time decisions, in fact it made me have less confidence in them.

I'll cheer for them and hope this works, but i have faith only that this team will continue to do what it's evidenced itself to do...blow close leads (that i think will come less often now) and lose games until the end of the season after the team is eliminated from playoff contention.

am i wrong? i hope so and it sure wouldn't be the first time, but until they can prove they can win when it matters instead of just trying to save their coach's job at the end of the season, i will not believe. i won't be suckered into believing in them again until they give me proof it's worth it.



Are you getting tired of writing the same thing over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over?

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 10:33 AM

Are you getting tired of writing the same thing over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over?

not as tired as i am of this team failing to have a winning season over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 10:39 AM

not as tired as i am of this team failing to have a winning season over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over.


Which you have stated over and over and over and over and over and over...I usually like your posts, but all of you guys have become unbearable. I love this place, but if this is what its gonna be like until the season starts, its gonna be hard to come back here. And before you say ," good then leave." I like what this place was before the Shula hire. Just get over it, move on and start posting like you usually do.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 10:41 AM

Obviously Shula will be completely different this time, because apparently he didn't have a playbook in Tampa Bay? Or because he worked for a conservative coach, and Rivera's not?

Zod's right, it's about knowing what play to call and when, it's not about being able to install an offense. And whenever Shula has been tasked with the tactics instead of the strategy, he's failed.

This time will be different though, because Bill Belichick.


I am sure the fact he had to ask guys like Shaun King to execute the plays had nothing to do with things not working well.

You give the greatest OC in the NFL Clausen....and his O ain't running smoothly

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 10:43 AM

I am sure the fact he had to ask guys like Shaun King to execute the plays had nothing to do with things not working well.

You give the greatest OC in the NFL Clausen....and his O ain't running smoothly


He never had to start King. He had Dilfer for his entire tenure.

His replacement came in and jumped the offense all the way up to 6th. With Shaun King.


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