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Bill Parcells

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by ravikaku, Oct 25, 2005.

  1. DMX690

    DMX690 Member

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    Lol... yeah the coaches lost the game. Parcell told Coztez to miss a 29 yard field goal, I'm sure the gameplan called for Pettiti to allow his man to blow by him on everydown. Im sure the the gameplan called for Drew to throw the last second interception. I'm surprises you don't blame the coaches for Flozell Adam getting his ACL torn.
  2. Everlastingxxx

    Everlastingxxx All Star

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    Blame it on the rain.
    :storm:
  3. el_chevo

    el_chevo El Serrano

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    Funny how some people consider themselves coaches, and have never even played football let alone coached. I am not speaking of the person who opened this thread either.
  4. Kilyin

    Kilyin Well-Known Member

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    Don't know who that's directed at, but isn't it pretty presumptious to assume you know the intricate details and history of the lives of the people posting in this thread?
  5. JackMagist

    JackMagist The Great Communicator

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    Oh Please...Cortez should never have been kicking that kick...it should have been an extra point try and he could have blown that without losing the game for us.

    As I said and you apparently missed...It was 4 specific plays where the coaches Blew the Call. 1st and 2nd down inside the 10 on two seperate drives. On any one of those 4 plays the right call would have won the game.

    The rest of that stuff is just going to happen in the course of a game. Yes the players have some accountability. Rivera really screwed us a couple of times; especially getting that long run called back. And Pettiti had an off game with 2 really bad plays and a couple of other plays were he didn't to so well. We pulled the extra blocking support away from him and he played like the rookie he is. And there were some others as well but that is all part of the give and take of the game and ultimately we could have overcome those mistakes (and actually did because we should have won). But when it really counted it was the coaches that let us down the most.
  6. el_chevo

    el_chevo El Serrano

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    Nope, not assuming anything but rather making a comment about people's lack of open mindedness and quick reaction to bash anyone who goes against the empire. Sometimes we are blinded by our devotion to the 'Boys.
  7. DMX690

    DMX690 Member

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    See i still don't understand how to can lay the lost on the coaches for last week game. You just, assuming those right call would have been execused properly. You have no proof that those so called right play would have resulted in a TD. I could argue that, your play would have cause a T.O., and people would come in here, and ***** that's Parcell was too aggressive.
  8. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    Both teams also combined for 4 ints (and both teams also dropped 2 other ints each), but let's ignore that fact.


    Again, when the QB is getting pressured almost everytime we throw the ball, it's not wise to throw the ball MORE. Especially when you are running the ball effectively.


    Some of you do nothing but cry "Playcalling". Well, what plays would YOU have called?

    A pass in the redzone? Bledsoe sacked on one and forced to run on another. Let's ignore those two plays though, right?

    And even when the pass protection was decent, Bledsoe was playing bad (rain or no rain). Again, let's ignore that fact too.


    When in doubt, blame the coaches for playcalling. :rolleyes:

    Ever stop to think that maybe, JUST MAYBE, we aren't the 1999 Rams and can't score at will against anyone we face? Hmmm? Ever think of that one?

    We have an undrafted 3rd year guy at the most critical spot on the OL (at left tackle) and a rookie 6th round pick at RT. Our Center has been up and down all year (but mostly down) and our RG is underachieving. Yet it's all about the playcalling.

    Yeah, ok. Whatever you say, Genius'.
  9. Eddie

    Eddie Well-Known Member

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    Hold it ... didn't we try and open it up against the C-hoks last week? What conservative game plan?

    We had 2 picks, 4 sacks, a fumbled flea flicker. What do you mean we didn't open it up. We did, and we failed. :bang2:
  10. gbrittain

    gbrittain Well-Known Member

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    Nice, way to welcome the guy. If that is what he wants to talk about in his first post let'em.
  11. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    He could of posted in one of the many alread existing "Playcalling" threads instead of starting a brand new one.

    And if we want to give the guy a hard time for starting yet another "Playcalling" thread, let us.
  12. blur2122

    blur2122 New Member

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    Don't forget we also had a flea-flicker and halfback option pass that were called but didn't work, along with a deep throw that was intercepted. I wouldn't call those conservative plays.

    Also, I think we won last year's Seattle game on a 19 yard JJ run at the end of the game.

    If MBIII had plowed into the end zone like Julius did last year I don't think too many people would be complaining.
  13. gbrittain

    gbrittain Well-Known Member

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    Whatever Rack.

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