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#1 kilroy69

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Posted 11 March 2018 - 06:39 AM

And Sahsi Brown was fired? Jackson is a horrible coach. Brown set them up with the picks to be a legit team this year if they pick right. All these moves they made? Because of brown. If the browns make the playoffs in the next 2 to 3 years it's going to be because of him and despite Jackson.
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Posted 11 March 2018 - 06:56 AM

Hue thought he could be an offensive coordinator... he couldnt. They hired todd haley to remedy that. They have to stop the turnover at some point.

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Posted 11 March 2018 - 10:05 AM

Ask Marvin Lewis.
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Posted 11 March 2018 - 10:23 AM

I don't get it. He is a disaster of a coach. But there are horrible coaches everywhere. I don't get why teams hire these "smash mouth" old school coaches, when teams with more creative offenses seem to be consistently successful, or immediately successful. Pederson, McVay, the Steelers (say what you will about Tomlin, the team is still in it every year with an offensive philosophy that doesn't just use it's stars as decoys), and Belichik. Belichik may be old school to a degree, but he's smart enough to know being a run first team isn't going to win anything consistently.

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Posted 15 March 2018 - 05:18 AM

I don't get it. He is a disaster of a coach. But there are horrible coaches everywhere. I don't get why teams hire these "smash mouth" old school coaches, when teams with more creative offenses seem to be consistently successful, or immediately successful. Pederson, McVay, the Steelers (say what you will about Tomlin, the team is still in it every year with an offensive philosophy that doesn't just use it's stars as decoys), and Belichik. Belichik may be old school to a degree, but he's smart enough to know being a run first team isn't going to win anything consistently.


No joke. I am so glad the titans got rid of friggin mularkey. I was getting close to giving up watching that ridiculous mess of an offense.

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Posted 15 March 2018 - 05:56 AM

No joke. I am so glad the titans got rid of friggin mularkey. I was getting close to giving up watching that ridiculous mess of an offense.


Mike Vrabel might not be any different...

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 01:26 AM

Mike Vrabel might not be any different...


Might not. Sure as hell got a better OC, at least on paper. That was the problem last year. Constant jumbo sets. Two man routes. Complete failure to adapt the offense to the talents of the players.

I dont see vrabel and lefleur making that mistake.

I know its popular for fans to gripe about coaching, but mularkey was friggin terrible. It was painful to watch. We were getting blown out in KC before he just let mariota do his thing. And belicheck simply took him to the woodshed.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 07:08 AM

I don't get it. He is a disaster of a coach. But there are horrible coaches everywhere. I don't get why teams hire these "smash mouth" old school coaches, when teams with more creative offenses seem to be consistently successful, or immediately successful. Pederson, McVay, the Steelers (say what you will about Tomlin, the team is still in it every year with an offensive philosophy that doesn't just use it's stars as decoys), and Belichik. Belichik may be old school to a degree, but he's smart enough to know being a run first team isn't going to win anything consistently.


Whoa whoa whoa according to Mularkey its called exotic smash mouth theres a real difference there haha

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 07:22 AM

This is my theory. Sashi Brown wanted to tank those first two years and acquire picks and rebuild and who better to loose games for you then the worst coach ever Hue Jackson. The problem was is that Hue took the machiavellian approach and trashed him in the media and too the front office. Thats why sashi got canned. And it all stemmed from sashi stopping that idiot Hue from trading away a 1st and 3rd round draft pick he accumulated for AJ freakin McCarron whos FA market was ice cold. So bc of that that idiot Jimmy Haslem sided with Hue. Sashi would have killed this draft and built a stacked team and most likely got Hue canned this season or by mid season but Hue beat him to the punch.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 08:16 AM

Whoa whoa whoa according to Mularkey its called exotic smash mouth theres a real difference there haha


The exotic part is occasionally doing rediculous crap like WR and TE sweeps. The time I saw the ball being handed off to delanie Walker I was like, what tha...

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 03:08 PM

This is my theory. Sashi Brown wanted to tank those first two years and acquire picks and rebuild and who better to loose games for you then the worst coach ever Hue Jackson. The problem was is that Hue took the machiavellian approach and trashed him in the media and too the front office. Thats why sashi got canned. And it all stemmed from sashi stopping that idiot Hue from trading away a 1st and 3rd round draft pick he accumulated for AJ freakin McCarron whos FA market was ice cold. So bc of that that idiot Jimmy Haslem sided with Hue. Sashi would have killed this draft and built a stacked team and most likely got Hue canned this season or by mid season but Hue beat him to the punch.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 06:21 PM

This is my theory. Sashi Brown wanted to tank those first two years and acquire picks and rebuild and who better to loose games for you then the worst coach ever Hue Jackson. The problem was is that Hue took the machiavellian approach and trashed him in the media and too the front office. Thats why sashi got canned. And it all stemmed from sashi stopping that idiot Hue from trading away a 1st and 3rd round draft pick he accumulated for AJ freakin McCarron whos FA market was ice cold. So bc of that that idiot Jimmy Haslem sided with Hue. Sashi would have killed this draft and built a stacked team and most likely got Hue canned this season or by mid season but Hue beat him to the punch.


I like the theory. The Browns were accumulating some interesting talent on defense, plus some nice athletes at receiver.