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    NEW HOPE....Sheridan Coaching from the booth



    I know a lot of people are concerned about Sheridan coaching from the booth but i think this solves the whole peirce problem.




    I was never one to complain about peirce but i know a lot of people are concerned about him losing a step. Sheirdan being in the booth makes peirce his biggest assistant. Better than any coach on the feild. Esp since defensive players have mics in their helmets.




    Dont be surprised at all if peirce has a pro bowl season.


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    I know a lot of people are concerned about Sheridan coaching from the booth but i think this solves the whole peirce problem.




    I was never one to complain about peirce but i know a lot of people are concerned about him losing a step. Sheirdan being in the booth makes peirce his biggest assistant. Better than any coach on the feild. Esp since defensive players have mics in their helmets.




    Dont be surprised at all if peirce has a pro bowl season.




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    nice aspect that a lot of us hadn't thought about. well said. I actually was against it bc I thought the dc should be communicating with the players, but it actually seems more intriguing to have a dc up in the booth able to notice any tendency whatsoever.


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    I don't see how either situation correlates with one another... If the problem is Pierce having lost a step over the past several seasons, it wouldn't matter if Sheridan was on the field, in the booth, or tagging along with the folks in the booth, it just wouldn't change Antonio's speed or quickness.




    Unless I missed something, I am unsure of what point you are trying to make.


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    Pierce was the product of a D line that sputtered late in the season leaving him open to O lines reaching him, when they should have been attacking our D line....With the additions on the D line this year Pierce should do quite the job.....Plus Sheridan in the box can see whatever Pierce may miss on the field furthuring better cohesiveness with the entire D in general.....

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    Re: NEW HOPE....Sheridan Coaching from the booth

    [quote user="riot"]

    I know a lot of people are concerned about Sheridan coaching from the booth but i think this solves the whole peirce problem.




    I was never one to complain about peirce but i know a lot of people are concerned about him losing a step. Sheirdan being in the booth makes peirce his biggest assistant. Better than any coach on the feild. Esp since defensive players have mics in their helmets.




    Dont be surprised at all if peirce has a pro bowl season.

    [/quote]I dont know about AP having a Pro Bowl season, but I understand what you're saying with Sheridan being able to see from a better angle where our D is getting exploited, but what about the rest of the players without mics in their helmets.... Theyre not gonna pass it around AP's helmet, LOL

    Sheridans assistants should be up in the box with Sheridan on the field to interact with ALL of the D, individually and collectivley

    I see what you're saying though, I just dont agree with it, LOL
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    Re: NEW HOPE....Sheridan Coaching from the booth

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    I know a lot of people are concerned about Sheridan coaching from the booth but i think this solves the whole peirce problem.




    I was never one to complain about peirce but i know a lot of people are concerned about him losing a step. Sheirdan being in the booth makes peirce his biggest assistant. Better than any coach on the feild. Esp since defensive players have mics in their helmets.




    Dont be surprised at all if peirce has a pro bowl season.




    [/quote]I dont know about AP having a Pro Bowl season, but I understand what you're saying with Sheridan being able to see from a better angle where our D is getting exploited, but what about the rest of the players without mics in their helmets.... Theyre not gonna pass it around AP's helmet, LOL

    Sheridans assistants should be up in the box with Sheridan on the field to interact with ALL of the D, individually and collectivley

    I see what you're saying though, I just dont agree with it, LOL
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    I'm sure the D players will be talking to Sheridan in between drives on the phone, and Pierce will just relay whatever Sherdian tells him while the D is on the field.


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    This is the best thing for our defense.

    You can quote me on that. I'll eat my words if some of our players don't have their best years this year.



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    Re: NEW HOPE....Sheridan Coaching from the booth

    [quote user="Manning2Shock803"][quote user="Kase-1"][quote user="riot"]


    I know a lot of people are concerned about Sheridan coaching from the booth but i think this solves the whole peirce problem.




    I was never one to complain about peirce but i know a lot of people are concerned about him losing a step. Sheirdan being in the booth makes peirce his biggest assistant. Better than any coach on the feild. Esp since defensive players have mics in their helmets.




    Dont be surprised at all if peirce has a pro bowl season.




    [/quote]I dont know about AP having a Pro Bowl season, but I understand what you're saying with Sheridan being able to see from a better angle where our D is getting exploited, but what about the rest of the players without mics in their helmets.... Theyre not gonna pass it around AP's helmet, LOL

    Sheridans assistants should be up in the box with Sheridan on the field to interact with ALL of the D, individually and collectivley

    I see what you're saying though, I just dont agree with it, LOL
    [/quote]




    I'm sure the D players will be talking to Sheridan in between drives on the phone, and Pierce will just relay whatever Sherdian tells him while the D is on the field.




    [/quote]




    All I know is Tim Lewis coached from the booth, Spags coached from the sidelines. Judge results for yourself.


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    Re: NEW HOPE....Sheridan Coaching from the booth

    [quote user="gmen46"][quote user="Manning2Shock803"][quote user="Kase-1"][quote user="riot"]


    I know a lot of people are concerned about Sheridan coaching from the booth but i think this solves the whole peirce problem.




    I was never one to complain about peirce but i know a lot of people are concerned about him losing a step. Sheirdan being in the booth makes peirce his biggest assistant. Better than any coach on the feild. Esp since defensive players have mics in their helmets.




    Dont be surprised at all if peirce has a pro bowl season.




    [/quote]I dont know about AP having a Pro Bowl season, but I understand what you're saying with Sheridan being able to see from a better angle where our D is getting exploited, but what about the rest of the players without mics in their helmets.... Theyre not gonna pass it around AP's helmet, LOL

    Sheridans assistants should be up in the box with Sheridan on the field to interact with ALL of the D, individually and collectivley

    I see what you're saying though, I just dont agree with it, LOL
    [/quote]




    I'm sure the D players will be talking to Sheridan in between drives on the phone, and Pierce will just relay whatever Sherdian tells him while the D is on the field.




    [/quote]




    All I know is Tim Lewis coached from the booth, Spags coached from the sidelines. Judge results for yourself.




    [/quote]




    Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't Jim Johnson of Philly coach from the booth? Philly always has a pretty good D, and Johnson was Spags mentor.




    Lewis just had an awful defensive scheme, and didn't utilize our players in the manner that best suited their skill sets.




    And Lewis was just an awful playcaller. Any one remember the Titans game a few years back?







    **** Lewis!


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    Re: NEW HOPE....Sheridan Coaching from the booth

    [quote user="Chaosist"][quote user="gmen46"][quote user="Manning2Shock803"][quote user="Kase-1"][quote user="riot"]


    I know a lot of people are concerned about Sheridan coaching from the booth but i think this solves the whole peirce problem.




    I was never one to complain about peirce but i know a lot of people are concerned about him losing a step. Sheirdan being in the booth makes peirce his biggest assistant. Better than any coach on the feild. Esp since defensive players have mics in their helmets.




    Dont be surprised at all if peirce has a pro bowl season.




    [/quote]I dont know about AP having a Pro Bowl season, but I understand what you're saying with Sheridan being able to see from a better angle where our D is getting exploited, but what about the rest of the players without mics in their helmets.... Theyre not gonna pass it around AP's helmet, LOL

    Sheridans assistants should be up in the box with Sheridan on the field to interact with ALL of the D, individually and collectivley

    I see what you're saying though, I just dont agree with it, LOL
    [/quote]




    I'm sure the D players will be talking to Sheridan in between drives on the phone, and Pierce will just relay whatever Sherdian tells him while the D is on the field.




    [/quote]




    All I know is Tim Lewis coached from the booth, Spags coached from the sidelines. Judge results for yourself.




    [/quote]




    Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't Jim Johnson of Philly coach from the booth? Philly always has a pretty good D, and Johnson was Spags mentor.




    Lewis just had an awful defensive scheme, and didn't utilize our players in the manner that best suited their skill sets.




    And Lewis was just an awful playcaller. Any one remember the Titans game a few years back?







    **** Lewis!

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    Jim Johnson always coached from the field. The only time he was in the booth is when he was having severe pain from his recurrent cancer (melanoma)

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