Last edited by TheLegend; 12-02-2012 at 09:57 PM.
He will never compete at the level of the true coaches in the NFL. Vanilla football doesn't cut it you have to be creative and smart to coach at this level. And no one will ever call Lovie smart it's obvious the way he speaks to the media in empty cliche of terms because that's truly all he knows. If and when he's released by the bears he will be picked up as a DC because that's what he is even that he failed for Bears when he tried it that year. He the proverbial grasping at straws man blame those around you kind of guy.
Yeah the run blocking has been atrocious. I don't know how we can survive having so many negative runs. It has got to get fixed.
Funny how most of our previous strengths this season (Defense, Run blocking, secondary play) and our weaknesses (O-line, Pass protection, Offense Fluidity) have been switched the last 3 weeks.
It's like a Real-time episode of the Twilight Zone
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It's sad for me to think about what could have been for this O line. Going into the off season we could have been drafting a Jones away from solidifying this line for years to come. With the right scheme and coaching our line could have been real solid.
Jay has shown how good he is with time and weapons. He can be truly elite. He plays his best when he gets more people involved.
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And Belichick is a great coach, the best in football so you can't compare Lovie to him. He also has a HOF QB, one of the best ever. Our QB doesn't compare to him either IMHO. It's almost like saying Jordan avg. 30PPG, why can't D-Wade.
Last edited by TheLegend; 12-04-2012 at 11:11 AM.
Except Wade did average 30 PPG. Back in the 08-09 season.
And BB is one of the least conservative coaches in the NFL. There's a reason the Patriots pile on the score, so that was yet another terrible example.
In regards to the Wade/Jordan comparison I was talking about career PPG avg.
But Belichick himself is a HOFer and great coach, he also has a HOF QB. This isn't the same apples. My example to Wade and Jordan is you can't just expect a certain greatness just because someone else is great. I don't think we have that kind of coach or QB so therefore we can't do what they do. We have to do what works for us, which is power run game, and great defense. That's our identity right now. Belichick has a great coaching mind, so he can play that way. We are limiting far as our coaching creativity so we have to slow it down some and play to our personnel/strengths. Lovie isn't great when it comes to strategy. He's not Bill Belichick or someone like Coughlin. However, Lovie is great at getting his players ready to play and believing in a system. Lovie gets his team to play hard and he himself is a good defensive coach by nature. But far as what ur talking about, that's not really Lovie.
Belichick is outstanding and he almost always out-coaches his opponent. I went to a game last year and Bill called a timeout and gave hand signals gesturing to the players to clear the area of snow where the kicker kicks the FG so he could get better footing. That's minor details but that's the kind of coach he is. And at the time his team was up 28 pts..
Last edited by TheLegend; 12-04-2012 at 01:54 PM.
I agree that Lovie isn't BB and I really never intended for that to come across. They're on two different tiers as far as coaching abilities go, but I still believe Lovie is a damn fine HC. Sometimes he can be too conservative and sometimes too risky, but that's just because he isn't an elite coach. He's inconsistent, but so are like 25 other coaches. He just needs to learn the time and place for each approach.