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Do you think that Rivera has changed his coaching philosophy?

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stankowalski    2,756

This last game he went for it on 4th down in a few spots.  One of them I thought he was insane.  But we converted.  Did he learn a lesson from one of our earlier games where he should have gone for it but didn't and it cost us?  Is he taking it a little too far?  Is he just trying to give the offense some confidence?  Was it just because the Vikings are a bad team?  Will he do the same in similar situations against better teams? 

 

I just thought the Rivera we saw this past week was so anti-Rivera that now I don't know what to think.

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JJT    471

As I recall he went for it twice on the opening drive.  I think that made sense the first time because of the field position, and the second time because we had committed to scoring the TD, not the field goal.

 

The next time the situation arose, he punted because of the field position, and it was two yards to go, not one.

 

All in all, I think the three decisions were all correct.

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The Huddler    11,029

Idk. We have yet to see a conclusion to a game that comes down to the wire since buffalo, where it was the same Rivera.

He does seem more agressive since then.

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Oldmanrivera    483

Do I think so. I wont know til I see it happen again.

Do I hope so. You bet donald lafells sweet ass I do

Seriously tho I do think Rivera is showing how capable he is to get this team to great places. He just needs to keep a dominate mindset at all times

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Darth Biscuit    12,505

I think he has to a degree...  would he have gone for it on 4th and 1 before the Bills game?  Obviously not...  now he is, so there's that.

 

As The Huddler said though, we haven't had a game since Buffalo that was close in the 4th.  Until we do, I reserve judgement.

 

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mbarbour21    780

He has gotten more aggressive for sure. His hot seat caused him too. But he seemed to not get trigger happy since he didn't go for it on 4th & 2.

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Dash Global    139

Why not go for it early in the game mid - deep on the opp side of the field?!? 

 

As a coach you need to have confidence in your play calling and be aggressive. 

 

Fug being a pussy with no balls. 

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Marguide    3,305

He has gotten more aggressive for sure. His hot seat caused him too. 

 

Exactly. He has nothing to lose now and he knows it.

 

My fear is what we would see from Ron if he ever starts to feel comfortable in his job again.

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osd22    1,077

He starts coaching "to win", that is what we need and what we can. No more "play not to lose" crap. Mike and Cam are so good in short yardage situations, we have to continue to use the weapons we have in situations where the are needed. Show balls and you get rewarded!

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panfanman    137

I do think he has been more aggressive in taking some risks but has done it out of pressure and is well out of his comfort zone.

I do think you can take those risks when your defense is as good as ours. We will see what happens when the game is closer. I still say he will revert back to conservative play call to run the clock out and play prevent defense the second of which I absolutely hate. Especially when we have the defense we have.

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mbarbour21    780

Exactly. He has nothing to lose now and he knows it.

My fear is what we would see from Ron if he ever starts to feel comfortable in his job again.

Hopefully he realizes it is a business, you are never safe. Plus, if we start winning, he should see it is because of the change from passive to aggresive.

I just don't wanna start all over......but who really knows? I just want what's best. WIN!!!

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teeray    16,201

Both times we went for it we were in a good position to do so.

If you are between the 30-40 I have no problems going for it (except of course certain time and score situations) and with how well our defense is playing going for it inside the 5 does has a higher reward to risk ratio.

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FootballMaestro    2,500

Exactly. He has nothing to lose now and he knows it.

 

My fear is what we would see from Ron if he ever starts to feel comfortable in his job again.

 

Plus, it's easy to be aggressive when the games don't mean anything (in the standings, or the actual games themselves).

 

However, next week the Panther will have a chance to be 3-3 (and theoretically in the layoff hunt). So what will Ron Ron do if/when he has a close game against an underdog  with a possible playoff run on the line?

 

That's when I want to see his decision making. And even then, it must be sustained. A lot of Huddler's thought he turned the corner last year--down the stretch, when the Panthers were already out the playoff hunt and the games didn't count. Then Buffalo happened this year. 

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