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    Quote Originally Posted by G14ntzF4π View Post
    There is speculation he could run a multiple QB system
    Yeah. Because that always works in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmen46 View Post
    Yeah. Because that always works in the NFL.
    Running back by committee has graduated to Quarterback by committee. That would be some funny stuff.

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    Ok debate it then besides the SEC what other conference was better then the PAC-12? What's this be a real man stuff all about? You can't even spell out all the words your typing, what are you 12? Do you think the Big East is all that? The Big East is a joke! I doubt you even follow college ball, poser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 22for25 View Post
    your typing.
    Since you brought it up first...you're....

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    What many people have said and its 100% true. Unless he changes his style of offense he'll never survive..


    Antrel asks fans to "please stick with us" and when it's over "we'll all celebrate together."

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    STOP THE RUN!

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    Being from Arizona and following the Pac-12 a lot I do not think he will have much success at first. I am not saying he is a bad coach but he has benefited from an overwhelming talent pool at Oregon. Oregon gets the majority of the best players on the west coast due to all the endorsements and NFL level football facilities, its called Nike U for a reason. That being said, once he gets the players he wants he should do ok. Whether or not the egirls wait that long is another story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rat_bastich View Post
    Since you brought it up first...you're....
    Thanks bro.

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    I listened to an interview of Kelly after he got the head coach job. The overall message was he is watching a lot of tape to evaluate his players and will design a scheme based on the talent they have on the Eagles. Don't expect the Oregon playbook.

    What this means for the Giants? I'm not sure at this point, Reid is a successful head coach and Kelly is unproven in the NFL.
    Last edited by dakotajoe; 01-19-2013 at 11:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    http://www.bigblueview.com/2013/1/16...ct-on-new-york

    Excerpt: 'What does Kelly's hiring mean for the New York Giants, who face the Eagles twice every season in the NFC East?

    At first glance it means that head coach Tom Coughlin, defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and the rest of the Giants' staff have a lot of studying to do. The Giants had tremendous difficulty during the 2012 regular season with the read-option and power running game employed by Robert Grifffin III and the Washington Redskins. This season they will see much more of that type of attack.

    The Giants face the Redskins and Eagles twice, and also have Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks and Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers on their 2013 schedule. That means they will face this newer-style fast-paced offense in which the quarterback is often a runner at least six times, including in four of their six division games.

    As they de-construct the things that went wrong defensively in 2012 and try to fortify that group for 2013 you have to think the Giants will keep all of this in mind as they add personnel via free agency and the draft." Read more...
    NFC East is turning into a division that runs the football

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