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HoustonFrog
01-21-2011, 09:18 AM
This is what I like about what they are doing down there. A great turnaround year. Doing good things and still tinkering. Not content. I'd like to see them be relevant again

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Changes in Tampa: The Buccaneers fired their offensive line coach Pete Mangurian. The team wanted to go in a different direction.

Mr teX
01-21-2011, 09:36 AM
This is what I like about what they are doing down there. A great turnaround year. Doing good things and still tinkering. Not content. I'd like to see them be relevant again

https://twitter.com/#!/AdamSchefter

what will you say if/when they come back & they suck b/c the o-line can't protect freeman?

El Tejano
01-21-2011, 10:07 AM
This is what I like about what they are doing down there. A great turnaround year. Doing good things and still tinkering. Not content. I'd like to see them be relevant again

https://twitter.com/#!/AdamSchefter

They did improve this year but outside of Blunt they really weren't consistent offensively. Our Oline really played well this season.

I thought Myers did alot better against some very good DTs this season and based on how everyone points to the defense sucking because of coaching, I would say seeing Myers go from down right getting blown up against All Pro DTs to actually doing some protection, it was due to coaching.

HoustonFrog
01-21-2011, 10:30 AM
what will you say if/when they come back & they suck b/c the o-line can't protect freeman?

Hey Captain Defensive :)....this isn't some comparison to the Texans. I just like what they are doing there. People need to learn that it is good to always try and get better. Even if you are actually on the right track you can always tinker. The way you phrased the question made it seem like people should always stay status quo because the alternative may be worse. That isn't how teams like the Pats and others operate...staying stagnant. I respect what Morris is doing. The O-line wasn't great to start.

HOU-TEX
01-21-2011, 10:38 AM
Kinda off-topic, but I might've been wrong about Freeman when he came out of College. I didn't think he'd do much in the NFL. It appears he's doing pretty good and seems to be becoming the leader of that team. Time will tell

HoustonFrog
01-21-2011, 10:43 AM
Kinda off-topic, but I might've been wrong about Freeman when he came out of College. I didn't think he'd do much in the NFL. It appears he's doing pretty good and seems to be becoming the leader of that team. Time will tell

Agree. Big. Good arm. Keeps plays alive. Seems to already grasp the whole idea of trying to avoid negative plays.

Mr teX
01-21-2011, 10:47 AM
Hey Captain Defensive :)....this isn't some comparison to the Texans. I just like what they are doing there. People need to learn that it is good to always try and get better. Even if you are actually on the right track you can always tinker. The way you phrased the question made it seem like people should always stay status quo because the alternative may be worse. That isn't how teams like the Pats and others operate...staying stagnant. I respect what Morris is doing. The O-line wasn't great to start.

You know i had to mess wit ya HF..

HoustonFrog
01-21-2011, 10:52 AM
You know i had to mess wit ya HF..

I know. It is easy.to do.

houstonspartan
01-21-2011, 04:40 PM
Seattle made the playoffs, yet fired its offensive coordinator. Theyr'e not playing around. They're in it to win.

Unlike some teams...