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Coaching 101 by Sean Payton

Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Paniolo22, Dec 11, 2006.

  1. Paniolo22

    Paniolo22 Hawaiian Cowboy

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    He did things the way he wanted. The last 3 years of Parcells handcuffs came out tonight and he did everything right. I thought the D was kept off balance all freakin night. 4th and 1- reverse!?!? Brilliant! Goal line run to Mike freakin Carney!?!?! Brilliant! This was a display of how coaches can win games for you. Then, the coup de gras. Onside kick. Talk about "Nail in the Coffin". Brilliant! Also, who did he pick on in the secondary? Davis, Williams, James. 3rd down conversions? How about 9 of 16. BTW, I think the flat is still open. I think they should hve called Payton the freakin' Jedi, cause he pretty much mind ****ed Parcells and Zimmer pretty hard. :banghead: I hope Parrish is starting next week.
  2. jbsg02

    jbsg02 Active Member

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    I too hope Parrish plays next week, there HAS to be a change. you don't give up nearly 400 yards passing without seeing some kind of change. having said that, i doubt parrish changes anything. the real problem is zimmer
  3. Undisputed

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    The onside kick made my jaw drop. It really did. It just completely summed up the night. As if we weren't owned enough on offense and defense, we had to be punched in the mouth on special teams as well. Forget miracle comebacks at that point. He snatched the very opportunity for one away from us.

    I have to give him credit. But man, I am really pissed. Sure our players stunk it up, but the coaches just didn't put us in a position to win this game either.

    It was like the Mighty Ducks 2 when they got their ***** beat by Iceland, who had them scouted to perfection. Payton was so ready in this game it wasn't even funny.

    :bang2: :banghead: :bang2: :banghead:
  4. Paniolo22

    Paniolo22 Hawaiian Cowboy

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    :hammer: And the Saints are the first team to actually wipe Romo's smirk off of his face. See here-
    http://www.dallascowboys.com/multimedia_center.cfm?id=7053BF90-C80B-60F8-62FF6B325178F4F6

    Something has to be said for that. Teams around the league are applauding.
  5. Clove

    Clove Shrinkage

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    BP tries to operate his business where he runs everything and even the coordinators. It's his philosophy and you either do it his way or get TFO.

    So Payton got TFO and now he's doing things his way with a youthful spirit, and it helps to have Bush in the backfield running all over the da*n place. Romo is the laughing stock around the league now, and he has to come out and show this NFL why he isn't a fluke.
  6. Paniolo22

    Paniolo22 Hawaiian Cowboy

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    I thought he called a hell of a game and we did the same ol ****. No new wrinkles and Romo looked flustered.
  7. GLIDINGJJ

    GLIDINGJJ New Member

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    [ Romo is the laughing stock around the league now, and he has to come out and show this NFL why he isn't a fluke.[/quote]


    Everyone can have a bad game. Look at Indy yesterday. Teams get on a roll and it just happens. Thank goodness it doesn't happen very much. I'm guessing next week against Atlanta will be a war now. No team likes to be embarrassed, especially on a prime time game.

    NFL 101 dictates any quarterback can suck when they are under pressure. Not sure where New Orleans got all these pass rushers, but they seemed to be in Romo's face all night long. However, make no mistake about it, the defense was god awful last night. I've never seen them play worse.:bang2:

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