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Chris Greer
Posted by: OCphin ()
Date: November 13, 2017 07:12PM

This inept turd burger was such a lazy hire by Tannenbum's fat ass!
That whole GM/Scouting department should have been flushed, and then extensively searched for replacements, back when Hickey was let go.

Greer's Alonzo-Maxwell trade was a stroke of stupidosity that ranks up there with moving up for Deon Jordan, drafting Johnathan Martin, and taking a semi-converted WR 8th overall to be our franchise QB with back-up talent. All of these acts of ineptitude have Chris Greer's fingerprints all over them.
Yet the guy gets a promotion instead of a pink slip.

Greer's inability to recognize and obtain o-line and LB talent, passing on the likes of Dak Prescott and Russell Wilson, and then choosing Adam Gashe as our HC, just spell how lame he is as GM, and how badly we need to find another.

Till then, we're screwed!




ss is!

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: thegreathoo ()
Date: November 19, 2017 01:43PM

Im okay with firing Greer. But the number one priority is hiring a HC,

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: toko34 ()
Date: November 19, 2017 02:05PM

It might not be Greer's player selection skills.
It's more likely a failure to identify and ability to hire or retain quality coaches.
When Bowles left us for New York, a big chunk of staff left with him
They've been doing pretty good over there with a horrible roster.
On the converse- look at Vance Joseph (from the Dolphins football tree), he went over to Denver and pretty much demolished a super bowl team. The players are still good in Denver- but it doesn't matter.

As they say in horse racing:
If the horse is good, and the driver is crummy, the horse is not going to win the race.

I'd still be ok with firing Greer- but let's identify the problem so it doesn't happen again and again like it has been season after season, decade after decade. It's been too long.

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: OCphin ()
Date: November 19, 2017 04:32PM

This team is so horribly built by our garbage front office.
The first major mistake was when Ross hired his NY buddy Tannenbaum to be the architect of his franchise.
Tannenbaum , then goes on to conduct an exhausting search for most important position in an NFL franchise, the GM.
So, after about a week, Tannenbaum stuck his fat head into the next office over, and hires/promotes the first guy he sees, Greer.
Someone who has been an integral part of one of the most inept GM/scouting depts for the last decade. What a brilliant hire!!
Since then,we've seen the like of Dallas Thomas, Billy Turner, Johnathan Martin, Deon Jordan, Ryan Tannehill, Byron Maxwell, Kiko Alonzo, and more hot garbage than one can shake a stick at!

Hey Mr. Ross:
The product on the field is a mirror reflection of your front office...get it?!!

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: colonel ()
Date: November 20, 2017 08:07AM


Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: Fins72 ()
Date: November 20, 2017 10:42AM

colonel Wrote:
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> To Mr. Ross: The product on the field is a mirror
> reflection of your front office...get it?!!
>
> Boy, I can't argue with that and vice versa.
>
> Ross should fire himself and include the other
> slugs who comprise management.


What Ross should do is come to a couple of realizations. 1. He doesn't know the first thing about building a championship football team and he probably never will. 2. Tannenbaum doesn't know much more than Ross. 3. Ross needs to hire a smart young GM and give him total authority to run the show. 4. After this is done, Ross should just get out of the way.

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: socalphin ()
Date: November 20, 2017 11:42AM

Hiring and then getting out of the way is basically what Ross did when he hired Tannenbum...and that's when it all went sideways.
Until T-bum is gone, and a legit replacement is hired, it's just going to be Groundhog's Day every year.
I agree Fins72. We shouls hire a young(40ish) GM, from a proven organization, who has total control. One who would then dismiss Tannenbum, and his "no-clue" input and advise.
That's the ONLY way this thing will ever get better!

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: Fins72 ()
Date: November 20, 2017 11:48AM

socalphin Wrote:
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> Hiring and then getting out of the way is
> basically what Ross did when he hired
> Tannenbum...and that's when it all went sideways.
> Until T-bum is gone, and a legit replacement is
> hired, it's just going to be Groundhog's Day every
> year.
> I agree Fins72. We shouls hire a young(40ish) GM,
> from a proven organization, who has total control.
> One who would then dismiss Tannenbum, and his
> "no-clue" input and advise.
> That's the ONLY way this thing will ever get
> better!


Socalphin, I'm in complete agreement. My point was replace Tannenbaum with a smart young GM. Eric Decosta comes to mind. Pay him whatever you have to pay him to pry him away from Baltimore. Tell him he is in total charge. Then give him the time necessary to fumigate this organization and regain functionality. If he wants his own coach, bye bye Gase. The whole scouting department needs to be redone. If it were up to me, Tannenbaum would be cleaning out his office as we speak.

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: OCphin ()
Date: November 20, 2017 03:28PM

Fins72 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> socalphin Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Hiring and then getting out of the way is
> > basically what Ross did when he hired
> > Tannenbum...and that's when it all went
> sideways.
> > Until T-bum is gone, and a legit replacement is
> > hired, it's just going to be Groundhog's Day
> every
> > year.
> > I agree Fins72. We shouls hire a young(40ish)
> GM,
> > from a proven organization, who has total
> control.
> > One who would then dismiss Tannenbum, and his
> > "no-clue" input and advise.
> > That's the ONLY way this thing will ever get
> > better!
>
>
> Socalphin, I'm in complete agreement. My point was
> replace Tannenbaum with a smart young GM. Eric
> Decosta comes to mind. Pay him whatever you have
> to pay him to pry him away from Baltimore. Tell
> him he is in total charge. Then give him the time
> necessary to fumigate this organization and regain
> functionality. If he wants his own coach, bye bye
> Gase. The whole scouting department needs to be
> redone. If it were up to me, Tannenbaum would be
> cleaning out his office as we speak.


thumbs upsmileys with beer

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: 808phan ()
Date: November 20, 2017 04:03PM

Both Greer and Tannenbaum need to go. Until then, nothing will change for the better because bad choices will continue to be made. Both of them have a history that stinks. There needs to be some accountability here and I hope Ross will have some balls to do something about it.

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: Fins72 ()
Date: November 21, 2017 06:57AM

808phan Wrote:
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> Both Greer and Tannenbaum need to go. Until then,
> nothing will change for the better because bad
> choices will continue to be made. Both of them
> have a history that stinks. There needs to be some
> accountability here and I hope Ross will have some
> balls to do something about it.


Unfortunately for the long suffering fans, I suspect that Ross' balls are about as big as Tannenbaum's brain. Pea-sized.

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: thegreathoo ()
Date: November 21, 2017 07:22AM

Grier is a guy who had Harris higher than Reuben Foster. Yes, he should be fired.

Re: Chris Greer
Date: November 21, 2017 08:52AM

How do Teams like New England seem to always make the right moves and so many others do Not? Why isn't that studied and more success mined from there history? Stop hiring people looking to do their own thing. Tough no nosense football minds . Stop the trends and all the bullshit.

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: Fins72 ()
Date: November 21, 2017 09:31AM

TreasurecoastPhinsfan Wrote:
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> How do Teams like New England seem to always make
> the right moves and so many others do Not? Why
> isn't that studied and more success mined from
> there history? Stop hiring people looking to do
> their own thing. Tough no nosense football minds .
> Stop the trends and all the bullshit.


It's even worse than that for Miami. They saw what Tannenbaum did to the jets and Ross still hired him. That kind of stupidity should be illegal.

Re: Chris Greer
Posted by: tsstamper ()
Date: November 24, 2017 10:34PM


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