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Old 10-04-2012   #144
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Default Re: Super Mario not so super so far

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Originally Posted by houstonspartan View Post
Yeah, but, at some point, Mario's gotta bring a veteran's attitude to the game, regardless of the defensive staff and coaching. Yes, the coaching, scheme and staff ARE vitally important, but, Mario doesn't seem to bring anything at all to the table, other than size.

He's in his sixth year. And we're still saying, "The coaches are not using him right!"

Come on.
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Originally Posted by Vinny View Post
one good example...Andre Johnson was good under Capers...good under Kubiak. Superstars should be good with just about any coach. Players that need "good coaching" to bring their "A" game are not superstars even though they may still be paid like one.
I am going to relate this not because of Mario but the overall Bills coaching issue. Donte Whitner just had an interview about how the Bills have plenty of talent on D but the coaches don't know how to use it. Having gone from the Bills to the Niners he has some perspective.
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