Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Biggems, Jan 1, 2013.
Seems like a "Boy Named Sue" situation.
No, I wouldn't.
We do have Jones.:
I, sadly too have learned many things from Gilligan i.e. That giant spiders will follow other giant spiders (mirror), that batteries on the Island are the best ever, the guests on the 3 hour tour had limitless supplies of clothes and the 2 who lived on the boat had but 1 set.
Lovie should take the SD job.
I would be ecstatic to have Lovie over Ryan and a return to the 4 - 3. What good is a 3 - 4 if it is not used for exotic blitzing.
Hard to overlook what Lovie gets done when it comes to turnovers.
The NFL has had a Lovie as a head coach and a June as in June Jones. My granny was named June.
Yeah if only for the fact that Ryan is pretty much auditioning for a head coach role and is out of here the minute someone considers him.
I will say good riddance when he does leave. He has never been a part of a team better than .500. Its pretty obvious. He doesnt coach turnovers.
I think he is too much like his brother and opens his mouth too much to provide bulletin board material, or gets 15 yd unsportsmanlike penalties? Then even with a healthy squad plays too much of a soft scheme. A turn over is as rare as a buffet he passes by.
I would much rather us bring in the calm calculated coach that has run a Defense that Is a turn over machine. Unfortunately it won't happen because Lovie is getting a HC gig and two our GM wouldn't be smart enough to replace him and has bought into the hype that Ryan did so much with so little. If that's what you call yielding 300 yds on the ground than yeah I guess he was real good at making something out of nothing.
The only reason we stopped the run is because the field is only 100 yards long and eventually you reach the end zone and have to stop. Ask Forrest Gump he knows what I mean.
GM Jerry would be Gilligan