Originally Posted by Blitzen32
Originally Posted by Bigdog24
BINGO....post of the day....
It is very possible Garrett has giving everything he has...he is seeing what he believes are great practices....but they don't translate on the field on game day....THAT is a lack of experience...not because he ain't trying....
He doesn't have the experience to SEE what RIGHT looks like......When has Garrett had his team look prepared and the team executed like they were properly prepared.....not to many time's have they said Garrett Cowboys were better prepared than the opposing team...or Garrett out coached the other guy...it just the opposite...
But look at the coaching change the 49ers made with Jim Haubraugh...same players different HC....and bingo....2 NFC Conference Championships....all with the same players, same bad QB (smith) same bad TE (V.Davis) that Singletary embarrassed on national TV....
[View Full Quote][View Full Quote] Coaching made the difference....and it shows....energy, motivation, a will to go for the kill, a competitive edge and desire to succeed that the team feeds off of....ALA the 1990's Jimmy Johnson days.
Coaching makes a difference
No sir, you are quite wrong.
They went from 6-10 in 2010 to 13-3 with a NFCCG appearance in 2011 with the same players because Iupati and Davis apparently formed some sort of gelatinous matrix together. Couldn't have been the coaching.
Read it right here, so must be true.
coaching clearly matters. anyone that argues otherwise should revisit the playoffs game from this past weekend.
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