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Josh McDaniels should’ve been interviewed!


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2 hours ago, MasterAwesome said:

Were you that impressed by his ability to call 99% run plays tonight?

Absolutely. The last time we ran the ball more than 30 times was against Atlanta, and we won. Joe Brady couldn't get away from passing the ball. All he had to do was run it. And against Atlanta, nobody complained about the O-line play. People actually praised how well they played. Every O-linemen has more fun running the ball. That's why Brady was shown the door.

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5 hours ago, rah53 said:

Absolutely. The last time we ran the ball more than 30 times was against Atlanta, and we won. Joe Brady couldn't get away from passing the ball. All he had to do was run it. And against Atlanta, nobody complained about the O-line play. People actually praised how well they played. Every O-linemen has more fun running the ball. That's why Brady was shown the door.

It's so easy! All we gotta do is call running plays and we win all the games!

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22 minutes ago, Waldo said:

Just because he is a very good OC doesn't automatically make him a good HC.

It's almost like some of you can't remember why he is a terrible HC and HC candidate. There is actually proof why that would have been a horrible idea.

 

Way better than what we have now. JS

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13 hours ago, BurnNChinn said:

They ran it and Buffalo knew it. Hell yes he knows how to game plan around stuff, when was last time we’ve had that?

 

12 hours ago, Moo Daeng said:

 

I'm impressed by coaches who make the calls that lead to wins. 

It's not about being cute. It's about winning. 

Yeah he developed a gameplan that was good enough to win.  He did his job.  Doesn't mean I'm in awe of his Madden-style spamming of run plays over and over in 50 mph winds when he has a dominant defense, special teams, and o-line to rely on.  That's basically Rivera's dream gameplan there; the only difference is Rivera didn't have the personnel to pull it off.

I think McDaniels is a good offensive coordinator, I just don't think last night's game elevates him to godlike status which I'm apparently in the minority about.

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4 hours ago, Catsfan69 said:

Absolutely. I wish that was our offense.

Wrong.

That was terrible offensive football.  It was admitting that Jones didn't have the arm to throw in that wind.  That's all it was.  The game was tight.  There is no excuse.  It's not like the Pats put the game out of reach running.  They were a couple dropped passes away from losing the game.

That's an offense Ron Rivera would be proud of.  BS.  It was a terrible display by a team that effectively admitted the limitations of their rookie QB.  This was a game the Patriots simply didn't lose.  Which is very different than saying they won it.

Barely 200 yards of total offense?  Come on.

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