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Oh no the GM suggested to hire a good Dline Coach.


… You been under a rock for the 6 months? Confused
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oland11 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
oland11 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Oh no the GM suggested to hire a good Dline Coach.


Hush it Dane! We all know your love for Howie.


Howie is the left side of the hear and I'm the right.


What?


Heart.
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Meco wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Oh no the GM suggested to hire a good Dline Coach.


… You been under a rock for the 6 months? Confused


Forget stats for a second, mention a better Dline coach in the league, granted it can be hard to get a good tell of position coaches, but still there are few better then jim
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Oh no the GM suggested to hire a richard of a Dline Coach.


FIFY


He was/is as well.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

RainbowCarebear wrote:
Meco wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Oh no the GM suggested to hire a good Dline Coach.


… You been under a rock for the 6 months? Confused


Forget stats for a second, mention a better Dline coach in the league, granted it can be hard to get a good tell of position coaches, but still there are few better then jim


Considering our complete lack of production and his locker room and practice field antics, I would not classify him as a good coach. He has a decent gimmick but that meshes with defenses just about as well as his personality does with others. Given what I know now I am thrilled he is gone.
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Every 4-3 team in the league use the wide 9 on occasion, we even limited with moving 1 or both our ends a notch in.

Washburn is a good Dline coach, but he needs a DC that tells him to stfu. Juan is nice. btw calling Juan Juanita Rolling Eyes worst joke ever.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Every 4-3 team in the league use the wide 9 on occasion, we even limited with moving 1 or both our ends a notch in.

Washburn is a good Dline coach, but he needs a DC that tells him to stfu. Juan is nice. btw calling Juan Juanita Rolling Eyes worst joke ever.


Or atleast a DC that can actually communitcate with him and not cowards afraid or their own players.
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RainbowCarebear wrote:
Every 4-3 team in the league use the wide 9 on occasion, we even limited with moving 1 or both our ends a notch in.

Washburn is a good Dline coach, but he needs a DC that tells him to stfu. Juan is nice. btw calling Juan Juanita Rolling Eyes worst joke ever.


Its not a joke its a sign of disrespect

The obvious reason for the failure of the wide 9 is simple...you can't run it every down and distance...That's setting yourself up for failure. Now if Wash could/would adapt to that fine.
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nlesthought wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Every 4-3 team in the league use the wide 9 on occasion, we even limited with moving 1 or both our ends a notch in.

Washburn is a good Dline coach, but he needs a DC that tells him to stfu. Juan is nice. btw calling Juan Juanita Rolling Eyes worst joke ever.


Its not a joke its a sign of disrespect

The obvious reason for the failure of the wide 9 is simple...you can't run it every down and distance...That's setting yourself up for failure. Now if Wash could/would adapt to that fine.


Are we really that desperate for excuses were blaming our Dline coach for not adjusting?! I didn't know the DLine coach calls plays. Even if he did have that much power, it isn't this fault. A man will take all the power you give him. Washburn had our Dline beasting while the rest of the defense was playing my little pony.
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nlesthought wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Every 4-3 team in the league use the wide 9 on occasion, we even limited with moving 1 or both our ends a notch in.

Washburn is a good Dline coach, but he needs a DC that tells him to stfu. Juan is nice. btw calling Juan Juanita Rolling Eyes worst joke ever.


Its not a joke its a sign of disrespect

The obvious reason for the failure of the wide 9 is simple...you can't run it every down and distance...That's setting yourself up for failure. Now if Wash could/would adapt to that fine.


We did change things up. Our ends got moved more to the inside. Joke was poor wording.
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Matt Kopa- your newest Philadelphia Eagle.
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Matt Kopa- your newest Philadelphia Eagle.


He appears to be the new Dallas Reynolds. Someone that has spent an eternity on practice squads. Waste of a roster spot...
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PowerElite wrote:
gator3guy wrote:
Matt Kopa- your newest Philadelphia Eagle.


He appears to be the new Dallas Reynolds. Someone that has spent an eternity on practice squads. Waste of a roster spot...
HI. Bills fan here.

Trying to figure out how he is a waste of a roster spot? Who would you like to take Kopa's roster spot?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

TommyC376 wrote:
PowerElite wrote:
gator3guy wrote:
Matt Kopa- your newest Philadelphia Eagle.


He appears to be the new Dallas Reynolds. Someone that has spent an eternity on practice squads. Waste of a roster spot...
HI. Bills fan here.

Trying to figure out how he is a waste of a roster spot? Who would you like to take Kopa's roster spot?


Someone with long arms.....
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http://www.bostonherald.com/blogs/sports/blitz/index.php/2012/12/03/eagles-steal-matt-kopa-from-patriots-practice-squad/

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NFC East teams are pillaging the Patriots practice squad.
The Eagles signed tackle Matt Kopa off the Pats’ practice squad today.

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This comes a few days after the Cowboys took cornerback Sterling Moore from the Pats.

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As another twist, this is the second time this season the Eagles have taken a player from the Patriots. They claimed wide receiver Greg Salas off waivers last week.


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