Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Galian Beast, Feb 9, 2019.
What is the realistic solution with Jerry’s ways?
And syncopaths dont all work at the Star.
Were you trying to use the word ‘syncophant’ there? It makes more sense. Though I kind of like ‘syncopath’ too, I have to admit.
Yea, I was unsure of his intent as well. Made it difficult to respond. Ha
"Yes-Man", my bad You are one.
The answer is make a damn NFC championship game.
Garret can’t do that under this circumstances he has. Maybe another coach can. But Garrett can’t.
So, that’s your ultimate measurement.? Any HC who can’t make a championship game suks?
Curious why we believe this roster of talent is championship caliber?
Where did I say he sucks?
Please quote me as saying that.
There’s a pretty wide gap between a coach who “sucks” and one who is able to coach a team o championship success. Garret lies somewhere between those two ends of the spectrum.
Paging Hostile, or is he still hiding out at the Homer'sOwn?
Ah! By your logic I’m a ‘yes man’ because I blame the front office, and you’re not because you blame the head coach. Interesting take.
I do find it humorous that you choose to argue in favor of Garret. Because you believe Jerry is a terrible GM.
Yet that terrible GM is the one choosing to keep Garret all these years and for at least another season.
Think about it......
I also don’t like Jerry as a GM. But I think his decision to keep Garret after all this time is a symptom of him being a bad GM. Because Garret while being a decent HC, isn’t good enough.
Just not a reactionary person, I guess.
The difference is you are holding Garrett more responsible than the one who keeps him in place.
So, why did you use making a championship game as your measurement?
Not really. Jerry isn’t going anywhere until he dies.
If there was somebody with the ability to fire him..... I would be calling for him to be fired too.
So I guess I need to attend church more often...... because god is the only one who can do that.
That doesn’t relieve him of responsibility. The fact he isn’t going anywhere cast the gloom of hope over the franchise .
What do you mean?
Isn’t the goal to win a championship?
That’s the ultimate goal but not measurement.
Maybe to YOU it isn’t the measurement.
But if a coach isn’t capable of leading his team to a championship then the team is really just pissing into the wind.
Tell you what. Let’s change the measurement to an NFC championship appearance once every 8 seasons? How’s that?