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    Spags

    His D is putting on a clinic tonight. Yea, they gave up a 77yd TD to Djack but hey, he is good. Man, it kills me he left this team on the cusp of something that could have been great. Maybe when TC dies of a heart attack screaming on the sideline we can lure him back. (not that i wish that on Tom.)

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    Too bad the Saints play like **** on the road. And look at the juggernaut he left in St. Louis.

    As a DC, I'd gladly have him back, but as HC? PASS!
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    The Saints defense is horrible.

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    Spags is basically the opposite of PF from what I can tell. If you can beat Spags' pass rush and blitz schemes, you can pick apart his defense. Whereas PF rarely rushes and focuses on the back end.


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    I would take Spags over Fewell anyday.He coaches his players up all game Fewell doesnt do nothing on the sidelines but calls soft zone all game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-MENBK View Post
    Too bad the Saints play like **** on the road. And look at the juggernaut he left in St. Louis.

    As a DC, I'd gladly have him back, but as HC? PASS!
    I think many would have passed on Belichick after his stint at Cleveland too... I am not suggesting that Spags is the next Belichick, the point being that circumstance has as much to do with success as the coach.... and I agree with you, as a DC, I would take Spags back in a heart beat. As DC, not sure, but I wouldn't write him off so quickly.
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