I figure its the right thing to do. Sure I have an opinion but being over the top and such really doesn't add to the board and it doesn't help with a frustrated atmosphere with how the team is struggling right now.
takes a big man to admit when they were wrong and try to make amends.
glad to have you aboard.
i don't care how you got here or what you did before, just as long as you're on board.
Benefit: Would instantly become the best coach the Panthers have ever had.
Cost: your soul
not worth it.
it's not like we're actually using the thing, are we?
payton is an effective coach. brilliant offensive mind. doesn't care about being a good guy. hated, but hated more because of just how good he is. arrogant, but has the stuff to back it up. saints have been lost without him.
i say it would be worth the risk.
fans would get over their hate after our first back to back winning seasons and championship.
it would be a win/win for us. saints would go back to sucking full time, we'd have a great coach.
can you imagine the hate for this team....both cam (who is not a douche, but manages to be hated and would be hated even more if he won more) and a payton (who is absolutely a douche and hated more because he wins) together?
it could be worse than the hate/respect for hoodie and brady.
Because the answer isn't as simple as people want to think it is. I'm not saying that the zone read isn't an issue and it is reliable enough, just that people are refusing to even consider that it's not the only problem and that we have had success this year using - moreso than standard running plays.
it's a whole slew of problems going on. play calling has been huge, but so has poor execution and stupid mistakes by the players....ALL of them.
no one gets off the hook. losing every week has very much been a team effort and much of the time it's only been one mistake too many at the wrong time that if avoided would have been the difference between a W and a L.
absolutely and after a couple years i don't care how he was acquired. the only thing that matters is that he was.
it actually doesn't really bother me if, say, a DT that was drafted in the 3rd round gets put behind a DT that was a UDFA as long as we got someone solid to do the job.
sure, it sucks that an early draft pick was more or less wasted, but i would rather us start someone with a later draft position because he happened to be better than the guy we selected earlier than starting a guy just because of when he was drafted.
I think everyone should hope Rivera can get it together.I would feel more optimistic if our OL is healthy I am thinking we can beat the Chiefs for sure but outside of that we will have to play well.
we've hung in there right to the very end against much better teams than what is left on the schedule.
i think we're good enough to beat just about anyone remaining.
it's just about being able to finish.
no team left on the schedule will beat us the way the giants did. i don't think any team will outright beat us. if we lose it will be for the same reason we've lost most of our games this year and last year...we found a way to give it to them. we found a way to lose.
btw...our hurting OL did quite well against the bears, i thought. i'm not really worried about them against most of the rest of the teams on the schedule.