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Re: Coaching?
Posted by: Ken ()
Date: January 07, 2018 08:33AM

> Ken,
> You can't pick one game out of the entire year and
> say that's the true measure of this team.

RE, Never said it was...but it shows that the team is not devoid of talent.
> I hope McMillan turns out to be an all pro, but we
> have no idea how he'll fare. We don't have one
> linebacker on this team that should be starting on
> an NFL roster. Not one.

RE, My point is McMillan has speed...No one else does. If he dresses that makes him our best LB even without taking a snap.

Parker is ALWAYS hurt. The
> problem is that in the NFL, players are always
> dinged up. The great ones can play though it.
> Parker apparently has to be 100% to be at the top
> of his game. That's never going to happen over a
> 16 game season.

RE, agreed And said as much.

Carroo? No offense, but what has
> Carroo done since he was drafted that would give
> you the idea that he would've made a difference?

RE, His intangeables...too bad he was banged up all season.

> I'd say most people are of the opinion that he's a
> bust.

RE, Not with a coach who insists on playing the top three War's 90% of the time.

We agree that we have no tight end on this
> team that's a capable starter.

RE, true

As far as the Ajayi
> thing, as far as I'm concerned that was a
> self-inflicted wound. Besides, Drake played well
> so I doubt that having Ajayi would've made an
> appreciable difference.

RE, since we lost Williams it would have.

> This is absolutely not a playoff quality roster.
> In fact, the roster was better in 2016 than it was
> in 2017.

RE, this roster could have easily finished in the 5th seed this year, check my other posts for the reasons.

I saw the same damn thing happen when
> Wannstedt took over after Jimmy left. Say what you
> want about Johnson but he put together a great
> defense while he was here. Wannstedt took
> advantage of that roster for a year or two until
> his personnel decisions completely destroyed the
> team. Tannenbaum will do the same thing. Mark my
> words, the losing will continue until we get rid
> of him. The question is how much damage will he do
> before Ross is forced to act?

RE, no one on this or any other forum knows how much Tannenbaum has influence into who gets drafted or brought in via F/A. He himself says he does not pick the players and that Grier does. Who knows the truth of the matter.

Yes, Wannstedt stunk. The one thing he ever did good was to bring in Ricky Williams but then he didnt get him any help and rode him into the ground.

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