After that it's all up to the coaches to put you in a position to succeed.
seems to me that Belichek started his career in the NFL with a position like this, pretty much a gopher for whatever was needed....
Have we ever had a "quality control" coach in the past? This is interesting to me. It must be more of a means to get more insight on defending the option, and it seems Perry wasn't too caught up in that scheme. I believe we play the NFC West this year, also. 1/4 of our games will be against RGIII(2x), RW3, and Kaepernick.
"Oh-wuh-MAH-bay, Oh-wuh-MAH-bay, Oh-wuh-MAH-bay, Oh-wuh-MAH-bay, in the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight."
Sorry I just don't have your bad/great method of grading players.
And I'm of the firm belief if you point at more than one player as being "bad" in a given season on the same unit, you should be looking at their coach.
History seems to back me up here.
Last edited by Kruunch; 02-21-2013 at 11:41 AM.
Like perry said, guys were in position to make plays, but failed to do it. Webster the game against Baltimore shows that. His technique was good most of the game. He was in position to get his hand on the ball and break up plays. But he didn't. That's not fewells fault.