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(NYPost)   NY Giants' coaching search is down to three: Belichick light, Belichick Jr., and Pat Shurmur   ( nypost.com) divider line
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2018-01-12 08:14:55 PM  
Wow, the Giants STILL with a chance to ruin the Pats SB chances by causing a rift between the coordinators.
 
2018-01-12 11:42:02 PM  
Meanwhile in Chicago, the Bears' coaching staff is in place little over a week after sending John Fox packing.
 
2018-01-12 11:52:51 PM  

germ78: Meanwhile in Chicago, the Bears' coaching staff is in place little over a week after sending John Fox packing.


With a head coach who Andy Reid didn't trust calling plays in KC. Hell, Reid was calling plays during the wildcard game at least part of the time.
 
2018-01-13 12:06:43 AM  

Chinesenookiefactory: With a head coach who Andy Reid didn't trust calling plays in KC. Hell, Reid was calling plays during the wildcard game at least part of the time.


Which seems (so far) to have worked out well for Doug Pederson. Granted, we'll see what he can do with his first playoff game on Sat, but still.

Also, note that the part which Reid was calling plays was the part where KC's offense basically imploded.
 
2018-01-13 12:15:15 AM  
Do you want an enraged Patriots coaching staff? Does anyone not remember that angry Patriots win, complacent Patriots lose?

Yes, we get it, Beardie Mc. Pencil, who can put together top tier defenses with community college players and cheerleaders, will be passed over in favor of imbeciles and lunatics. Meanwhile Josh McDaniels (who put together a winning playoff team built around Tim Tebow, one he did not have the pleasure of coaching) will pretend to be interested in other head coach positions besides New England... ahahahaha... no. He's it after Bill retires to Mahhthas Vineyahhd.

Yes, the Patriots will win another ring, the only real burning question is which franchise QB they'll draft in the 2nd round, and who'll be his HC?
 
2018-01-13 12:26:05 AM  

SteveGrogansGoat: complacent Patriots lose?


Complacent Patriots coming off the lost season after the 16-0 season...lost to the Ravens in a blowout. That was a team thing.

The next year the fans were complacent. I was in Tennessee at a Buffalo Wild Wings watching the Colts/Jets game. There was a table of obnoxious, albeit hot Colts fans. I remember razzing them during the game. At first I wanted them to lose. Then when it looked like they would win I said something to the effect of, "I want you to win so you can get smoked in New England next week!" The way the game turned out, the Jets pulled out the victory.

I took happiness in watching them leave all sad. Then I turned my arrogance on my brother in law. "Haha, sorry Jets, your run is over!" Then I watched the Pats get smoked by the Jets.

I don't know if that Pats team was complacent, but I sure was.
 
2018-01-13 12:51:27 AM  

Chinesenookiefactory: germ78: Meanwhile in Chicago, the Bears' coaching staff is in place little over a week after sending John Fox packing.

With a head coach who Andy Reid didn't trust calling plays in KC. Hell, Reid was calling plays during the wildcard game at least part of the time.


I would take that as a good sign. After Kelce got hit, he looked like he wasn't sure where he was or why.

/ Kelce looked a bit off too
 
2018-01-13 01:51:45 AM  
I want Matt Patricia for only one reason: Dave Rappicco from The Draw Play will have a field day drawing him.
 
2018-01-13 03:00:30 AM  
Everything about Patricia at a glance makes memwant to hate him.  But goddamnit I think he's going to be a very good coach and I wish the Pack had dumped thumbface McCarthy and brought him in.
 
2018-01-13 08:22:53 AM  
I think we are all curious whether or not Patricia is the puppet we all assume he is. As for McDerpy...well, we all know he can't just will genius without talent, and shy of cloning Dante, that line's got none. We won't even go into Lesser Manningface or the MASH unit of receivers or the question marks at RB.

Face it, whoever gets this job is there to develop a weak team for the next coach. Maybe by then they'll be talented enough, but I doubt it.
 
2018-01-13 10:16:52 AM  

jaylectricity: SteveGrogansGoat: complacent Patriots lose?

Complacent Patriots coming off the lost season after the 16-0 season...lost to the Ravens in a blowout. That was a team thing.

The next year the fans were complacent. I was in Tennessee at a Buffalo Wild Wings watching the Colts/Jets game. There was a table of obnoxious, albeit hot Colts fans. I remember razzing them during the game. At first I wanted them to lose. Then when it looked like they would win I said something to the effect of, "I want you to win so you can get smoked in New England next week!" The way the game turned out, the Jets pulled out the victory.

I took happiness in watching them leave all sad. Then I turned my arrogance on my brother in law. "Haha, sorry Jets, your run is over!" Then I watched the Pats get smoked by the Jets.

I don't know if that Pats team was complacent, but I sure was.


Both those Jets and Baltimore teams had the formula to beat those weak Pats teams: get to Brady with 3 or 4 rushers, control the ball with efficiency on offense, play with the lead.  In both cases I believe there were early breakaway rushing touchdowns and 2-3 touchdown leads.
This year's Pats are eerily similar to those ones and will face good defenses and offenses, but they wouldn't run into a dominant defensive interior in the next 3 games.  They'd have to lose on stupid turnovers and penalties, which is still definitely possible this year.
 
2018-01-13 10:41:20 AM  
Nana's Vibrator: Both those Jets and Baltimore teams had the formula to beat those weak Pats teams: get to Brady with 3 or 4 rushers, control the ball with efficiency on offense, play with the lead.  In both cases I believe there were early breakaway rushing touchdowns and 2-3 touchdown leads.


That doesnt work if Kyle shiattingham is your OC
 
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