Originally Posted by Chief
It's funny ... I still view David Lee as a wishbone coach. This makes me think that he should leave Bledsoe alone, especially when you consider how many thousands of passes Bledsoe has thrown in the NFL.
It's like Barney Fife trying to teach Harry Calahan how to handle a pistol.
Chief, I suppose Lee's chief duties are Henson and Romo, but it would be interesting to see if he can do anything with Drew Bledsoe. Wisbbone or not, the guy placed a lot of his college QBs in the pros..and they weren't all drafted to play wide receiver
..I am sure he is competent to teach fundamentals to anyone, and sometimes the unlikliest source, the coach number 987, is the one to make the difference.
Bledsoe has something of a rep of being, err coaching proof, particularly in the taking of sacks department. It will be interesting to see if the combination of Bill screaming "get rid of the ball, you SOB" behind him again and Lee's suggestions can add to something positive. I mean, if DB is amenable to advice, that is.
In the pc today, Bill mentioned he is going to try some quick sprint outs for Drew B like he made a staple for Vinny T last year. Tuna was making it sound like he fancies Bledsoe a somewhat more mobile QB than believed around the league. This one will be worth the price of admission.
Or maybe DB will be strictly Tuna's worry...