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    Re: Why don't we run it to win? Time for Billick to go.



    Of course the veterans on the Ravens speak highly of him. He let's them have it easy during training camp and takes it easy on them during the season.
    COMPLETELY WRONG!

    Shannon Sharpe worked his ass off 12 months a year, just like Ray Lewis and a few other players. They don't slack so they wouldn't appreciate a slacker or easy guy. They appreciate the fact that he works them smart, not hard. He still works them.

    Just because Billick doesn't beat players up doesn't mean he doesn't work them hard, there is a difference.

    Billick's weakness is in-game situations, he does not do well thinking on his feet. But he is an incredible preparer and planner, he plans camp and the regular season schedule down to the minute. Players don't stand around doing nothing or having their time wasted, that is another thing they appreciate.




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    Re: Why don't we run it to win? Time for Billick to go.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    COMPLETELY WRONG!

    Shannon Sharpe worked his ass off 12 months a year, just like Ray Lewis and a few other players. They don't slack so they wouldn't appreciate a slacker or easy guy. They appreciate the fact that he works them smart, not hard. He still works them.
    I will differ with you there Greg. Remember the 1st year Deion Sanders played for the Ravens? Billick was giving veteran players days off and letting them set their own schedule of how much practicing they did. I remember that distinctly.

    Shannon Sharpe worked his own ass off. Billick didn't do that.




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