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  • #76
    Originally posted by KatieCoughlin View Post
    We must not discount the 2 SB's he has participated in. As well as his contribution to Eli's development.

    There are many, many OC's out there who would love to have the resume of Kevin Gilbride.
    Well said

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    • #77
      Originally posted by TheEnigma View Post
      He's certainly good but there's a few guys I'd rank over him. Sean Payton, Josh McDaniels (crappy HC, awesome OC) Mike McCoy from Denver (anyone who gets to the playoffs with Tebow as a starting QB gets huge props lol), Maybe Chip Kelly too...These are just my personal preferences.
      Except Sean Payton isn't an OC, he's a Head Coach and Josh McDaniels hasn't had as much sustained success as KG.

      Mike McCoy in DEN has been brilliant the past two seasons.
      All Hail The New York Giants!!

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      • #78
        Originally posted by BuffyBlueII View Post
        Very easily because it is true.
        can you back that with stats or some info that supports your claim? because he will back his with 8 playoff wins and 2 super bowl rings.
        Last edited by ELI_HOF_NYG; 12-03-2012, 05:41 PM.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by ELI_HOF_NYG View Post
          can you back that with stats or some info that supports your claim? because he will back his with 8 playoff wins and 2 super bowl rings.
          According to your argument, Brandon Jacobs is h best RB because he has 2 Rings. Our offense is one of the most predictable in NFL. We win in spite of KG. The guy is a horrible coach and coordinator. No surprise that when KG stopped being the QB coach and took the OC job that Eli Manning became a better QB.

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          • #80
            Originally posted by BuffyBlueII View Post
            According to your argument, Brandon Jacobs is h best RB because he has 2 Rings. Our offense is one of the most predictable in NFL. We win in spite of KG. The guy is a horrible coach and coordinator. No surprise that when KG stopped being the QB coach and took the OC job that Eli Manning became a better QB.
            Yet, we've had a top 10 offense every year since he's been the OC. Strange.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by Drez View Post
              Yet, we've had a top 10 offense every year since he's been the OC. Strange.
              With the personnel we have had it is not so strange.

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              • #82
                KG is brilliant with the vertical passing game and utilizing the WR talent we've acquired at this point but I do feel he leans a little too much on a vanilla power run game that can be quite unimaginative at times. I've noticed he gets a little too cozy with running in one particular area (ie right tackle or edge) even when the opposing defense shows that it can stop us there multiple times. That and he's a little shotgun draw happy but that's about all I can gripe about on a legit basis.

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                • #83
                  Atleast he has a sense of humor

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by BuffyBlueII View Post
                    With the personnel we have had it is not so strange.
                    Take a look at the personnel Philly has.

                    Take a look at how they've performed.

                    The "wins in spite of KG" argument is utterly ridiculous at best.

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by TheEnigma View Post
                      KG is brilliant with the vertical passing game and utilizing the WR talent we've acquired at this point but I do feel he leans a little too much on a vanilla power run game that can be quite unimaginative at times. I've noticed he gets a little too cozy with running in one particular area (ie right tackle or edge) even when the opposing defense shows that it can stop us there multiple times. That and he's a little shotgun draw happy but that's about all I can gripe about on a legit basis.
                      Do you think that is more a reflection of him as a playcaller or the limitations of our offense, particularly the OL? I lean more towards the former rather than the latter.

                      Of course he isn't perfect... No OC is. I'm sure even the fans of the other high powered offenses around the NFL can find things to gripe about about their respective OCs.

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by Drez View Post
                        Do you think that is more a reflection of him as a playcaller or the limitations of our offense, particularly the OL? I lean more towards the former rather than the latter.

                        Of course he isn't perfect... No OC is. I'm sure even the fans of the other high powered offenses around the NFL can find things to gripe about about their respective OCs.
                        I recall the first quarter of the last Cowboys game he tried to run on Locklear's side majority of the time and didn't net much as a result. We went to Beatty's side twice and had over a 6 yard average. After a certain point, an OC needs to recognize when something isn't working. Not the biggest gripe in the world but he isn't perfect because of "2 SBs lol" like some would argue. Just trying to give an unbiased view on him.

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                        • #87
                          Gilbride is the best there is. Its amazing how much heat this guy takes. He has one of the best schemes in the game...and for the last several years we had one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL whether throwing it or running it. Imagine if we had a decent GM, who did allow guys like Doug Martin to get away from us or a GM that actually cared about protecting Eli. Gilbride also makes sure he helps his struggling offensive line out with backs blocking and the HB draw. Dude is amazing.
                          " In Reese to Sign a Bust"

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                          • #88
                            The best OC in the game gets interviewed for hc jobs. gilbride gets no such offers

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                            • #89
                              GILBRIDE COST US THE GAME

                              When he called a draw or screen on 3rd and 20. game over
                              Last edited by Harooni; 12-04-2012, 12:04 AM.

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                              • #90
                                Punting while behind with less than 4 minutes to go and RG3 toying with the defense all night. They had no chance even with the timeouts.

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