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Old 01-06-2014   #1013
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Originally Posted by ObsiWan View Post
I, for one, can't get "excited" until there's something to get excited about. This new dude - and I mean O'Brien - hasn't done anything of note as yet. I do know this. I have much higher expectations from him than I did from Kubiak when he got here.
- He is inheriting a much, much better cast of characters than Kubiak inherited when he got here.
- He's not saddled with the owner's damaged "fair-haired boy" at QB and actually gets to pick his own guy.
- If Foster heals properly he'll have a stud at RB (and speaking of which, what are the odds of that Doc??).
- He'll have a stud at LT, a solid guy at center, and some decent prospects at the other O-line spots; something it took the previous regime three drafts to find and another year or two to fully develop.
- He has an all-time great at WR plus some potential studs at the other WR spots as well at TE.

All the offensive pieces - except QB - are here for this "offensive genius" to make work. And he gets to pick his own guy at QB.

I wanna see what he does with this loaded toy box before I get "excited".

Or will he throw it all away and start over like he did the whole coaching staff??

You sound critical of the fact that he fired the staff? Am I reading it right? If so, this staff should have been fired, and should not have been allowed to give input on the players. Period.

Kubiak's staff has no say in evaluating these players. O'Brien's staff does.

Also, yes, he inherits a better team than Kubiak did, but, remember: Kubiak inherited 2-14 and left behind 2-14.




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