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Mercury
12-13-2011, 08:46 AM
Last year, his schemes brought us from the depths of bad defense under Sheridan to a top ten defense in the league. So, why suddenly, are these schemes no good?

Yes, I understand you don't like it when we rush three guys and drop eight into coverage. However, it isn't always a bad thing. Lots of times it creates QB confusion and interceptions. And even Spagnolo uses it. So, why don't you like it? Because lately, it hasn't caused the turnovers. Why not?

Yet you want to see more blitzing? Who would you send and why do you think they will get there? Chase Blackburn? Do you realize how many rookies we had playing defense this last week? Did you see the blown coverage when Dallas sent the blitz at us? It was the easiest TD for Eli this year.

This fact is, this defense is missing a lot of key guys. There are those off the field on IR, starters Jonathan Goff, Terrel Thomas, and nickel CB, Bruce Johnson. Others who have missed games like Osi and Boley, and most recently Kenny Phillips. And there are those missing, and still on the field, such as the ghost of Justin Tuck. Who has been our worst DE this year.

Personally, when I realized all the CBs that we were missing, I expected our secondary to make Rex Grossman and every other QB in the NFL look like Drew Brees, and Drew Brees to look like a demi-god. (No surprise there.) Personally, I am surprised they are playing as well as they are. Yes, that's right. I am impressed that they get an occasional three and out.

Finally, did you see all the flags in the NFL this weekend? If you are not looking back at the ball, any contact, just touching the receiver's shoulder pad, draws a yellow flag. Did you see all the points scored this weekend? Defenses are screwed in this pass-happy league and there are very few that are doing well, especially against good offenses, such as GB, NO, and yes, Dallas. And let's face it, Dallas was playing for their playoff lives, too, and at home.

So, lay off of Perry Fewell!!!

buddy33
12-13-2011, 09:03 AM
With the amount of injuries in the pre season I knew they would have their problems. The injuries have continued as the season has moved on. Look at Coe for example. He was starting to look good. He was a guy that might have been cut had it not been for so many injuries and there he was getting playing time and doing well. Well he was lost for the year too.

In the dome the Saints are very good. Not for nothing Eli out up 406 on them but the Giants lost. The Saints defense is nothing to brag about either and I don't know if they have all the injuries the Giants have.

The Packer game I thought they played well. The defense was was penalized on 2 very iffy 3rd down calls and the refs took a TD away from the Giants and allowed a TD for Green Bay and both looked like the wrong call. Oh, and their defense stinks too.

This last game was more mistakes on the defense than just getting beat. So hopefully they can correct those mistakes.

Before those 3 games the defense played well against the Patriots, 49er's, and the Eagles.

hungrrrry
12-13-2011, 09:04 AM
Last year, his schemes brought us from the depths of bad defense under Sheridan to a top ten defense in the league.* So, why suddenly, are these schemes no good?*

Yes, I understand you don't like it when we rush three guys and drop eight into coverage.* However, it isn't always a bad thing.* Lots of times it creates QB confusion and interceptions.* And even Spagnolo uses it.* So, why don't you like it?* Because lately, it hasn't caused the turnovers.* Why not?*

Yet you want to see more blitzing?* Who would you send and why do you think they will get there?* Chase Blackburn?* Do you realize how many rookies we had playing defense this last week?* Did you see the blown coverage when Dallas sent the blitz at us?* It was the easiest TD for Eli this year.

This fact is, this defense is missing a lot of key guys.* There are those off the field on IR, starters Jonathan Goff, Terrel Thomas, and* nickel CB, Bruce Johnson.* Others who have missed games like Osi and Boley, and most recently Kenny Phillips.* And there are those missing, and still on the field, such as the ghost of Justin Tuck.* Who has been our worst DE this year.

Personally, when I realized all the CBs that we were missing, I expected our secondary to make Rex Grossman and every other QB in the NFL look like Drew Brees, and Drew Brees to look like a demi-god.* (No surprise there.)* Personally, I am surprised they are playing as well as they are.** Yes, that's right.* I am impressed that they get an occasional three and out.

Finally, did you* see all the flags in the NFL this weekend?* If you are not looking back at the ball, any contact, just touching the receiver's shoulder pad, draws a yellow flag.* Did you see all the points scored this weekend?* Defenses are screwed in this pass-happy league and there are very few that are doing well, especially against good offenses, such as GB, NO, and yes, Dallas.* And let's face it, Dallas was playing for their playoff lives, too, and at home.

So, lay off of Perry Fewell!!!*
I for one, hate zone defense but I know it does have its uses or it would not have been created decades ago...But the time to use it is NOT all the the time. You need a good mix of defensive looks. Heavy pressure with a good rotation on the Line keeps the pressure on the Oline, fatiguing it quickly in order to get to the QB or cause him to throw errant passes. Zone defense does the opposite but allows more time to burn off the clock. So if you have the offense on their 15 and there is 30 seconds on the clock and they need a TD, you are more likely to burn more time per play. Zone is by no means the way to base your defense if you have players drafted to be impact pass-rushers or man to man coverage defenders. Make the QB get rid of the ball with little time to think about it.

This is oversimplified but you get the idea I am sure. In zone the defenders have to do alot of "read and react"...would you prefer to have YOUR players reading and reacting or make THEIR players read and react? Put the pressure on the offense to think about what they have to do creates a bit more time for defenses to get there and less time for them to make the play.

StarWarsGiant
12-13-2011, 09:09 AM
Last year, his schemes brought us from the depths of bad defense under Sheridan to a top ten defense in the league.* So, why suddenly, are these schemes no good?*

Yes, I understand you don't like it when we rush three guys and drop eight into coverage.* However, it isn't always a bad thing.* Lots of times it creates QB confusion and interceptions.* And even Spagnolo uses it.* So, why don't you like it?* Because lately, it hasn't caused the turnovers.* Why not?*

Yet you want to see more blitzing?* Who would you send and why do you think they will get there?* Chase Blackburn?* Do you realize how many rookies we had playing defense this last week?* Did you see the blown coverage when Dallas sent the blitz at us?* It was the easiest TD for Eli this year.

This fact is, this defense is missing a lot of key guys.* There are those off the field on IR, starters Jonathan Goff, Terrel Thomas, and* nickel CB, Bruce Johnson.* Others who have missed games like Osi and Boley, and most recently Kenny Phillips.* And there are those missing, and still on the field, such as the ghost of Justin Tuck.* Who has been our worst DE this year.

Personally, when I realized all the CBs that we were missing, I expected our secondary to make Rex Grossman and every other QB in the NFL look like Drew Brees, and Drew Brees to look like a demi-god.* (No surprise there.)* Personally, I am surprised they are playing as well as they are.** Yes, that's right.* I am impressed that they get an occasional three and out.

Finally, did you* see all the flags in the NFL this weekend?* If you are not looking back at the ball, any contact, just touching the receiver's shoulder pad, draws a yellow flag.* Did you see all the points scored this weekend?* Defenses are screwed in this pass-happy league and there are very few that are doing well, especially against good offenses, such as GB, NO, and yes, Dallas.* And let's face it, Dallas was playing for their playoff lives, too, and at home.

So, lay off of Perry Fewell!!!*


You made alot of Valid points.. But this guy is totally clueless when it comes to adjustments in game. Why all the man coverage when you are protecting a lead with seconds left two weeks in a row. Allowing other teams to march right down the field? Why? why do you continuously use KIWI at LBER.. he is a DE period horrible Lber. With Boley back OSI out and Tuck banged up KIWI should not be at LBer ever again.. I'm not even going to get started with Deon Grant and why he is on this team are you kidding me? This defense is injured and flawed at spots but a good DC will adjust to his talents and play to protect leads not basically give games away.

BlueJayC
12-13-2011, 09:10 AM
Allowing 34+ in each of the last three games regardless of who your playing and whatever injuries your team has sustained is unacceptable......if your gonna give up that many points in a zone might as well bring the house and hopefully force a turnover or bad decision ala Romo's errant throw to Austin......yeah he was open but the blitz forced an early release and subsequent incompletion allowing Eli to do his thing.

TroyArcher
12-13-2011, 09:13 AM
Last year, his schemes brought us from the depths of bad defense under Sheridan to a top ten defense in the league. So, why suddenly, are these schemes no good?

Yes, I understand you don't like it when we rush three guys and drop eight into coverage. However, it isn't always a bad thing. Lots of times it creates QB confusion and interceptions. And even Spagnolo uses it. So, why don't you like it? Because lately, it hasn't caused the turnovers. Why not?

Yet you want to see more blitzing? Who would you send and why do you think they will get there? Chase Blackburn? Do you realize how many rookies we had playing defense this last week? Did you see the blown coverage when Dallas sent the blitz at us? It was the easiest TD for Eli this year.

This fact is, this defense is missing a lot of key guys. There are those off the field on IR, starters Jonathan Goff, Terrel Thomas, and nickel CB, Bruce Johnson. Others who have missed games like Osi and Boley, and most recently Kenny Phillips. And there are those missing, and still on the field, such as the ghost of Justin Tuck. Who has been our worst DE this year.

Personally, when I realized all the CBs that we were missing, I expected our secondary to make Rex Grossman and every other QB in the NFL look like Drew Brees, and Drew Brees to look like a demi-god. (No surprise there.) Personally, I am surprised they are playing as well as they are. Yes, that's right. I am impressed that they get an occasional three and out.

Finally, did you see all the flags in the NFL this weekend? If you are not looking back at the ball, any contact, just touching the receiver's shoulder pad, draws a yellow flag. Did you see all the points scored this weekend? Defenses are screwed in this pass-happy league and there are very few that are doing well, especially against good offenses, such as GB, NO, and yes, Dallas. And let's face it, Dallas was playing for their playoff lives, too, and at home.

So, lay off of Perry Fewell!!!
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You have very low standards.</P>

hungrrrry
12-13-2011, 09:16 AM
Allowing 34+ in each of the last three games regardless of who your playing and whatever injuries your team has sustained is unacceptable......if your gonna give up that many points in a zone might as well bring the house and hopefully force a turnover or bad decision ala Romo's errant throw to Austin......yeah he was open but the blitz forced an early release and subsequent incompletion allowing Eli to do his thing.I agree...you actually have a better chance when you send the house! In Zone, it is inevitable that they will score and by chance that you make game-changing defensive plays

buddy33
12-13-2011, 09:16 AM
Allowing 34+ in each of the last three games regardless of who your playing and whatever injuries your team has sustained is unacceptable......if your gonna give up that many points in a zone might as well bring the house and hopefully force a turnover or bad decision ala Romo's errant throw to Austin......yeah he was open but the blitz forced an early release and subsequent incompletion allowing Eli to do his thing.

So you are willing to hope that play has the same results all game? Very close to losing on that play.

gumby742
12-13-2011, 09:38 AM
Hmm. Good post. I had forgotten that our defense was actually decent last year. That being said, then it's probably his adjustments. You can't expect to do the same thing when you have guys injured. But Even last year, I felt we under performed.

YATittle1962
12-13-2011, 09:57 AM
did all of you hate Belichick when he was here.....because basically all he did was drop back in umbrella zones and send LT

granted he was the king of adjustments......but still dont hate the zone.

the zones played today are much more intricate .....a lot of times when you see zone there are a player or even 2 in man to confuse the QB

I understand that Fewel does not adjust well......but its the players blowing coverages and being out of position

all season we have Rolle not playing his natural position.....we had to bring back Grant, Blackmon, and Blackburn because of injuries.....and we have to play a ton of rookies

this is not all on Fewell

BlueJayC
12-13-2011, 10:00 AM
Allowing 34+ in each of the last three games regardless of who your playing and whatever injuries your team has sustained is unacceptable......if your gonna give up that many points in a zone might as well bring the house and hopefully force a turnover or bad decision ala Romo's errant throw to Austin......yeah he was open but the blitz forced an early release and subsequent incompletion allowing Eli to do his thing. So you are willing to hope that play has the same results all game? Very close to losing on that play.</P>


It is a game of inches.......so yes.......</P>


Zone would've given up an easy first.......just my opinion but Romo was eating up the secondary and getting a ton of time.....they had to bring it.......should've came at him all game......he's historically a terrible decision maker......Detroit game......Jet Game.....etc.....</P>

Mercury
12-13-2011, 10:12 AM
You have very low standards.</p>

Actually, yes I do have low standards for this year. When I'm served liver, I don't expect it to taste like filet mignon. When my defense is decimated, I don't expect them to dominate.

YATittle1962
12-13-2011, 10:13 AM
Allowing 34+ in each of the last three games regardless of who your playing and whatever injuries your team has sustained is unacceptable......if your gonna give up that many points in a zone might as well bring the house and hopefully force a turnover or bad decision ala Romo's errant throw to Austin......yeah he was open but the blitz forced an early release and subsequent incompletion allowing Eli to do his thing.

that was no early release it was a perfectly thrown ball.....Austin lost it in the lights .....Immediately after the play I saw him describing to Romo ...motioning with his hands that the stadium lights canceled out the ball...

the Giants got torched every single time they were in man coverage......I watched it live with my own eyes......

so does Fewell suck when these guys cant man up?

how many times did Ross get torched in man coverage?

I think I counted 5 or 6 times.....

how about Prince and even Webster?

granted on a couple of those Romo didnt get them the ball.....but they were running down field with 3 steps on the defender all game while in man

this is just not a very good defense

without JPP we easily lose that game .....all the Eli heroics in the world cant stop an offense from driving 80 yards with the greatest of ease....

man or zone.....doesnt matter

Roosevelt
12-13-2011, 10:17 AM
It's Fewell's 3rd down defense that kills me. We seemingly cannot stop anybody on 3rd down and it drives me up the wall. It doesn't matter if it 3rd and 3 or 3rd and 10. Chances are they are going to get it.

And while I don't hate a zone defense I hate slow reaction time coupled with poor tackling.

BlueJayC
12-13-2011, 11:01 AM
man or zone.....doesnt matter</P>


I completely agree.....so go man as best you can, have the corners bumpand bring the house.....if you get beat tip your hat and move on.....maybe the QB (like Romo who is historically prone to mistakes) misreads the coverage, throws a pick or gets sacked......better than letting him or Vince Young or Charlie Whitehurstchew you up at 5-10 yard clips......show some guts player and coaches alike on the D side put the agressive players you have left at your disposal in a position to make an agressive play.....let Rolle be Rolle.....not a deep safety or cover guy.....same with KP when he's healthy....put Kiwi on the line and let him attack (as he did a couple plays last week).....ineffective use of the limited capable personnel PF has left is killing them......put it this way.....could they be any worse in their current scheme......</P>

Shifty128
12-13-2011, 12:19 PM
You have very low standards.</p>

Actually, yes I do have low standards for this year.* When I'm served liver, I don't expect it to taste like filet mignon.* When my defense is decimated, I don't expect them to dominate.*


+1.

I remember during the post-season no one expected this team to go .500 with all the injuries.

Now suddenly the expectations seem ridiculously high for a team with at 4-5 starters sidelined.

Fewell is scheming for the personell he *has*, not what we wish we could do. I don't blame anyone on the defense, we've got rookies out there doing what they can, and Fewell doing the same (though his adjustments are still pretty sub-par).

tuck&rolle
12-13-2011, 12:25 PM
Last year, his schemes brought us from the depths of bad defense under Sheridan to a top ten defense in the league. So, why suddenly, are these schemes no good?

Yes, I understand you don't like it when we rush three guys and drop eight into coverage. However, it isn't always a bad thing. Lots of times it creates QB confusion and interceptions. And even Spagnolo uses it. So, why don't you like it? Because lately, it hasn't caused the turnovers. Why not?

Yet you want to see more blitzing? Who would you send and why do you think they will get there? Chase Blackburn? Do you realize how many rookies we had playing defense this last week? Did you see the blown coverage when Dallas sent the blitz at us? It was the easiest TD for Eli this year.

This fact is, this defense is missing a lot of key guys. There are those off the field on IR, starters Jonathan Goff, Terrel Thomas, and nickel CB, Bruce Johnson. Others who have missed games like Osi and Boley, and most recently Kenny Phillips. And there are those missing, and still on the field, such as the ghost of Justin Tuck. Who has been our worst DE this year.

Personally, when I realized all the CBs that we were missing, I expected our secondary to make Rex Grossman and every other QB in the NFL look like Drew Brees, and Drew Brees to look like a demi-god. (No surprise there.) Personally, I am surprised they are playing as well as they are. Yes, that's right. I am impressed that they get an occasional three and out.

Finally, did you see all the flags in the NFL this weekend? If you are not looking back at the ball, any contact, just touching the receiver's shoulder pad, draws a yellow flag. Did you see all the points scored this weekend? Defenses are screwed in this pass-happy league and there are very few that are doing well, especially against good offenses, such as GB, NO, and yes, Dallas. And let's face it, Dallas was playing for their playoff lives, too, and at home.

So, lay off of Perry Fewell!!!


Good post. Pun intended in the title? It isn't his fault that the defense is banged up but I think that everyone would like more of a presence on the sideline; not a Rob Ryan, take up the whole screen kind of presence mind you.

egyptian420
12-13-2011, 12:39 PM
Allowing 34+ in each of the last three games regardless of who your playing and whatever injuries your team has sustained is unacceptable......if your gonna give up that many points in a zone might as well bring the house and hopefully force a turnover or bad decision ala Romo's errant throw to Austin......yeah he was open but the blitz forced an early release and subsequent incompletion allowing Eli to do his thing.

that was no early release it was a perfectly thrown ball.....Austin lost it in the lights .....Immediately after the play I saw him describing to Romo ...motioning with his hands that the stadium lights canceled out the ball...

the Giants got torched every single time they were in man coverage......I watched it live with my own eyes......

so does Fewell suck when these guys cant man up?

how many times did Ross get torched in man coverage?

I think I counted 5 or 6 times.....

how about Prince and even Webster?

granted on a couple of those Romo didnt get them the ball.....but they were running down field with 3 steps on the defender all game while in man

this is just not a very good defense

without JPP we easily lose that game .....all the Eli heroics in the world cant stop an offense from driving 80 yards with the greatest of ease....

man or zone.....doesnt matter
I agree with all of this, but then that leads to this question: What should we do?
We got 3 games left and a potential playoff run and an offense that's finally clicking and getting healthy with Mario and Bradshaw coming back and Jacobs running like his old self under a great o-line that's creating holes.

Are we really going to just sit here and watch this defense play like garbage for the rest of the season? What thee F should we do?

I personally think that even if you have the best defensive backs in the world and you play man or zone, people will still get open if your front 4 can't get pressure. Even on 3rd and 22....when a QB has 7-9 seconds to make a play, they will make it every damn time.

YATittle1962
12-13-2011, 01:04 PM
Allowing 34+ in each of the last three games regardless of who your playing and whatever injuries your team has sustained is unacceptable......if your gonna give up that many points in a zone might as well bring the house and hopefully force a turnover or bad decision ala Romo's errant throw to Austin......yeah he was open but the blitz forced an early release and subsequent incompletion allowing Eli to do his thing.

that was no early release it was a perfectly thrown ball.....Austin lost it in the lights .....Immediately after the play I saw him describing to Romo ...motioning with his hands that the stadium lights canceled out the ball...

the Giants got torched every single time they were in man coverage......I watched it live with my own eyes......

so does Fewell suck when these guys cant man up?

how many times did Ross get torched in man coverage?

I think I counted 5 or 6 times.....

how about Prince and even Webster?

granted on a couple of those Romo didnt get them the ball.....but they were running down field with 3 steps on the defender all game while in man

this is just not a very good defense

without JPP we easily lose that game .....all the Eli heroics in the world cant stop an offense from driving 80 yards with the greatest of ease....

man or zone.....doesnt matter
I agree with all of this, but then that leads to this question: What should we do?
We got 3 games left and a potential playoff run and an offense that's finally clicking and getting healthy with Mario and Bradshaw coming back and Jacobs running like his old self under a great o-line that's creating holes.

Are we really going to just sit here and watch this defense play like garbage for the rest of the season? What thee F should we do?

I personally think that even if you have the best defensive backs in the world and you play man or zone, people will still get open if your front 4 can't get pressure. Even on 3rd and 22....when a QB has 7-9 seconds to make a play, they will make it every damn time.


remember the Eagle playoff game of '08?

3rd and 24?

McNabb shredding the middle all day???

noooooooo!!!!!! couldnt be ....because that was the ALMIGHTY Spagnuolo defense

it happens when you dont get pressure ......and with some QBs even when you do ge pressure......

and 5 times out of 10 when manned up if the QB throws a ball under pressure the CB will get called for interference , holding, or contact trying to make a play

Kruunch
12-13-2011, 01:07 PM
Last year, his schemes brought us from the depths of bad defense under Sheridan to a top ten defense in the league.* So, why suddenly, are these schemes no good?*

Yes, I understand you don't like it when we rush three guys and drop eight into coverage.* However, it isn't always a bad thing.* Lots of times it creates QB confusion and interceptions.* And even Spagnolo uses it.* So, why don't you like it?* Because lately, it hasn't caused the turnovers.* Why not?*

Yet you want to see more blitzing?* Who would you send and why do you think they will get there?* Chase Blackburn?* Do you realize how many rookies we had playing defense this last week?* Did you see the blown coverage when Dallas sent the blitz at us?* It was the easiest TD for Eli this year.

This fact is, this defense is missing a lot of key guys.* There are those off the field on IR, starters Jonathan Goff, Terrel Thomas, and* nickel CB, Bruce Johnson.* Others who have missed games like Osi and Boley, and most recently Kenny Phillips.* And there are those missing, and still on the field, such as the ghost of Justin Tuck.* Who has been our worst DE this year.

Personally, when I realized all the CBs that we were missing, I expected our secondary to make Rex Grossman and every other QB in the NFL look like Drew Brees, and Drew Brees to look like a demi-god.* (No surprise there.)* Personally, I am surprised they are playing as well as they are.** Yes, that's right.* I am impressed that they get an occasional three and out.

Finally, did you* see all the flags in the NFL this weekend?* If you are not looking back at the ball, any contact, just touching the receiver's shoulder pad, draws a yellow flag.* Did you see all the points scored this weekend?* Defenses are screwed in this pass-happy league and there are very few that are doing well, especially against good offenses, such as GB, NO, and yes, Dallas.* And let's face it, Dallas was playing for their playoff lives, too, and at home.

So, lay off of Perry Fewell!!!*


Check out the defensive stats last year against teams with winning records.

That's why Fewell sucks.

G-Man67
12-13-2011, 01:17 PM
it's always the players, listen Fewell has not forgotten how to run a Defence ... is he the best coordinator in the NFL, of course not, but he is not the worst



and if you want a perfect example, just look at Bill Belichick, he was considered the god of defence, but now his defence gets dominated by the likes of Rex Grossman and Ryan Fitzpatrick



Tuck appears to be a shell of his former self probably due to being banged up ... we miss Cofield and Thomas ... now Osi and Phillips are hurt, Boley was out for a key stretch of games ... Prince is young and raw and not ready, but we need to play him and let's face it ... the NFL has become a league where the offense has an advantage on the D ... you can give a decent effort on D is still get torched for 25+

OX1
12-13-2011, 01:25 PM
Yes, I understand you don't like it when we rush three guys and drop eight into coverage. However, it isn't always a bad thing. Lots of times it creates QB confusion and interceptions. And even Spagnolo uses it. So, why don't you like it? Because lately, it hasn't caused the turnovers. Why not?

Yet you want to see more blitzing? Who would you send and why do you think they will get there? Chase Blackburn? Do you realize how many rookies we had playing defense this last week? Did you see the blown coverage when Dallas sent the blitz at us? It was the easiest TD for Eli this year.


With the guys we have on D right now, a full blown blitz will more times than not lead to a completion. Problem is, the 3 man rush gets you at best a dropped pass by a WR, while the better QB's get a deep pass or TD after standing around for 5 or so seconds. Especially as you mentioned with the "Offense Gone Wild" type of football that the NFL now wants.

But, I'd rather see a QB running for his life on multiple plays. Seems to me even the better QB are more prone to mistakes under really severe pressure. Maybe they dink and donk you anyway, but I'll take that over the 30+ yard pass and/or TD thats all but guaranteed with the 3 man.

I do understand that right now, even our normal "fearsome" pass rush is sucking wind (cept for one guy), so that makes fewell's choices even more limited. In that case, I think you need to just take big chances. We are getting ripped up for big points anyway, so why not mix it up with some huge blitzes at least once in a while. The worst that happens is what is already happening. I can't recall several all all out, full on blitzes per game since the beginning of the year.

YATittle1962
12-13-2011, 01:26 PM
doesnt matter who the coordinators are.....fans will constantly say they suck

I remember hearing Spagnuolo sucks .....

Sean Payton sucks Fassel should call the plays.....

John Fox is crap get him outta here

MIke Nolan is horrible get this guy outta here

Ron Erhardt who gave this loser a job

who the hell does this Belichick guy think he is?

Bill Parcells this guy cannot run a defense for ****

Marty Schottenheimer get this loser outta here

its never ending and goes back to the beginning

part of a coordinators job description is to take the brunt of the slack when players cant perform

BlueJayC
12-13-2011, 01:39 PM
doesnt matter who the coordinators are.....fans will constantly say they suck I remember hearing Spagnuolo sucks ..... Sean Payton sucks Fassel should call the plays..... John Fox is crap get him outta here MIke Nolan is horrible get this guy outta here Ron Erhardt who gave this loser a job who the hell does this Belichick guy think he is? Bill Parcells this guy cannot run a defense for **** Marty Schottenheimer get this loser outta here its never ending and goes back to the beginning part of a coordinators job description is to take the brunt of the slack when players cant perform</P>


<FONT color=#ff0000>But they all do suck......let Eli run the O and Boley run the D.....problem solved.....</FONT></P>

OX1
12-25-2011, 07:21 AM
"a game plan that has all of the players excited."

"A few players were enthused by defensive coordinator Perry Fewell’s willingness to get back to basics this week."

http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/12/against_jets_giants_defense_wi.html