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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 4:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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So will Mudd go too?


He was intending to retire at the end of the year anyway.
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Just a true shame that such an old dude is having fun calling people names and stuff Laughing Rolling Eyes

Old dudes tend to get really crotchety and ornery. Because really they probably just don't care anymore
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LOLKevinKolb wrote:
Phire wrote:
Just a true shame that such an old dude is having fun calling people names and stuff Laughing Rolling Eyes

Old dudes tend to get really crotchety and ornery. Because really they probably just don't care anymore


Exactly! Take Dingo for example! joking
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dingo is a gentleman. He never forgets to tip his lady friends
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LOLKevinKolb wrote:
dingo is a gentleman. He never forgets to tip his lady friends


Washburn berates them with a mouthful of grits.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not sure if this was posted or not. Personally I wish Jaun would have whipped his ... if he was aware fo these comments.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/12/03/washburn-undermined-castillo-called-him-juanita-in-front-of-players/


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The report cites one veteran defensive player as saying that Washburn would either ignore Castillo entirely or confront him in a condescending manner. And Washburn would also call Castillo “Juanita” in front of players.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

^ yea it was posted, but I agree Juan should've popped him....but he's too nice of a guy to do that.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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^ yea it was posted, but I agree Juan should've popped him....but he's too nice of a guy to do that.


He is, too.
He works out at my gym.
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^ yea it was posted, but I agree Juan should've popped him....but he's too nice of a guy to do that.


As I asked in Gen/Forum. Has any DC ever had success when their entire Defense is dictated by the Oline Coach? I'm not saying when a team runs a wide 9 but when a oline coach basically tells the DC. You do want you want with the back 7 and I will do what I want with the front four? I mean seriously isn't that whats transpired the last year and a 1/2 or am I looking at this all wrong? All I remember hearing is Washburn controls the line, who plays, when and calls the stunts. Is that normal? IMO Castillo and now Bowles were handcuffed and doomed to fail regardless because they were forced to not only run a wide 9 system they didn't want but allow the defense to be dictated by Washburn. That fall's squarely on Andy and might be his biggest mistake ever as a HC!! I mean can anyone picture Jim Washburn dictating to Dic$ Lebeau, JJ, Wade Phillips, Vic Fangio how to run their defense? I know Castillo never earned that respect but it's a shame really that Washburn wasn't fired instead of Castillo to see what exactly Juan could have ran on his own knowing JJ system?
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tommy brasher was a great defensive line coach damn shame he ever retired.
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tommy brasher was a great defensive line coach damn shame he ever retired.


Wasn't he our DL coach in the early Reid Regime?
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oland11 wrote:
ninjapirate wrote:
tommy brasher was a great defensive line coach damn shame he ever retired.


Wasn't he our DL coach in the early Reid Regime?


How would you know, weren't you born in 05?
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Blahman88 wrote:
oland11 wrote:
ninjapirate wrote:
tommy brasher was a great defensive line coach damn shame he ever retired.


Wasn't he our DL coach in the early Reid Regime?


How would you know, weren't you born in 05?


No. I was born in 95.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kind of got the feeling that Wash probably had been telling Andy BG and Curry werent ready to play in this league.

Andy starts making moves around Wash's opinions.

Finds that they are playing decent and better than Wash's guys.

Ponders what the hell Wash is seeing.

Wash gets the axe.

Obviously, Andy, I believe, has no real feel for a defense. So, he goes and trusts people rather than run the team. Trusts them to a fault. Andy using his head about the defense for the first time in a while.
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Jroc04 wrote:
Obviously, Andy, I believe, has no real feel for a defense. So, he goes and trusts people rather than run the team. Trusts them to a fault. Andy using his head about the defense for the first time in a while.


Well he did have JJ commanding his D for 10+ years. He probably got a bit too comfortable with trusting a defensive coach.
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