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Old 01-10-2014   #374
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Default Re: Mike Munchack being interviewed as office of line coach

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Originally Posted by speedfreek View Post
Here's the problem I have with all of this..

Everyone is saying "we're really close". "We have the talent.."
"We just need a QB", etc. You can't forget about the 10-6
and 12-4 immediately preceeding the 2-14

If we change everything, all position coaches, blocking schemes,
etc. Then we're going to need at least another year just to
figure out new terminology and find out which players are going
to work in the new schemes (possibly out of position)
and which ones are not!

It's like we're throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

If we pull another 4-12 or 5-11 season, and BOB is a hothead
and we end up going along the Schiano route, what does it
mean for all of our star players than have payed their dues for
the last half-dozen years?

I believed we were close too. I was no fan of Kubiak, and
certainly not of the worst ST coach in the NFL. Wade's scheme
was no longer working, etc.

But to let all of the individual position coaches go without
any serious evaluation was a mistake...

It just makes me feel really uncomfortable about the way
BOB is going to run this organization..

I hope the guys BOB hires into these position coach jobs have
a "come in and work with the players" approach, and not a
"my way or the highway" attitude..
This team is getting exactly what it needed, a drastic change in attitude.

We needed a swift kick in the ass and that's what O'Brien is bringing.

Your way is the Kubiak way, and that didn't produce a killer instinct at all.
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