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    Re: Calling major BS on this---



    This moves makes perfect sense from the Pats' perspective. Why would you NOT do this? If it's legal and the SB is on the line, go for it. I would want our FO to do the same thing in a similar scenario.




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    I like what some poster on profootballtalk.com said, " If there is someone who knows how to beat the Broncos, it's McDaniels." lol

    J. McDaniels kicked the Broncos' asses for 2 years.

    If the Pats keep McDaniels for next year than it would seem they really want him back as their o-coordinator.




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    As there is no subject in the subject line, and you don't explain what the supposed controversy is in your opening comment I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. And yes, I could follow the link, but I feel I've been d**ked around enough already.
    "A lot" is a two word expression denoting a great deal or greatly, as in "I like sunshine a lot." "Alot" is a lovable imaginary grammar monster. You can love a lot; you can love an alot; you can love alots a lot; but they are not the same thing.




  4. #34

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    Not a big deal for me; however, I do think the NFL should require ALL contracts to remain in effect until the end of the Super Bowl for ALL Coaches and players. No body can sign someone that is NOT on their own staff until after everyone is released from their contractual obligations at the conclusion of the Super Bowl which would define the END of the contract.

    If you can't TALK to any personnel that are still in the playoffs, you should not be able to TALK to ANY PERSONNEL that were under contract during that competition year, with the conclusion of the Super Bowl being the end of the season.




  5. #35

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    Pats coach has history with doing all the things needed to win and be successful. Amazing how this year he has been losing in the first half and then come out and demolish the opposing team in the second half. Every team would like to have a head coach that successful. Might not be legal how he comes up with Information to change the outcome of the game, but so far no one has proof that what he does is illegal. If I'm playing the Pats, no discussion on the game would take place at half time in the locker room.




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    The trouble with a rule preventing teams from employing coaches that have already worked for other teams is where you draw the line. McDaniels' contract didn't end, the Rams announced they "wouldn't hold him to his contract"; in other words he was let go, released. What if he had been let go after week 10, should he be prevented from helping New England? What about after week 1, should he be prevented from being employed for the next 4 months?

    Anyway, Belichick is playing within the rules and gaining an advantage. I guarentee you that if Harbaugh had hired an ex-Texans coach there wouldn't be any complaints about the rules on this forum.




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    Re: Calling major BS on this---

    I'm sure the Steelers knew how to stop Tebow too by watching the game tape of KC. How did that work out? It comes down to players executing.




  8. #38

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoon View Post
    http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2012/0...move-is-wrong/

    Let's see - He's coached Tebow and game planned against all of the AFC North teams this year as well as Green Bay, Giants, New Orleans and San Fran twice.

    Nothing bogus about this - nope - not at all.

    Wonder if there's a bonus for the refs if Brady doesn't get sacked in the playoffs
    I'd be more concerned if Belichik hired a priest to figure out how Tebow's doing it.

    Perhaps if the Ravens and Pats both win he'll fire McDaniels and hire Hue Jackson.




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    [QUOTE=inexplicable;397074]The trouble with a rule preventing teams from employing coaches that have already worked for other teams is where you draw the line. McDaniels' contract didn't end, the Rams announced they "wouldn't hold him to his contract"; in other words he was let go, released. What if he had been let go after week 10, should he be prevented from helping New England? What about after week 1, should he be prevented from being employed for the next 4 months?
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    You draw the line at coaches who were still employed by their respective teams the last week of their season. done.




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    Quote Originally Posted by cbaywolf View Post

    You draw the line at coaches who were still employed by their respective teams the last week of their season. done.

    Why?




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