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: November 28, 2011, 08:28:23 PM

take a look at Bellichecks track record..when he first started..just as bad as Rahs...and look at Bellicheck now the best coach in the league and possibly the best coach ever..be patient with Morris and he might just come around...we should stick with him by any means and grow with him
 
Year     Age     Tm     Lg     G     W     L     T     W-L%     G plyf     W plyf     L plyf     W-L%     Rank     Notes
1991    39    Cleveland Browns    NFL    16    6    10    0    .375                3    
1992    40    Cleveland Browns    NFL    16    7    9    0    .438                3    
1993    41    Cleveland Browns    NFL    16    7    9    0    .438                3    
1994    42    Cleveland Browns    NFL    16    11    5    0    .688    2    1    1    .500    2    
1995    43    Cleveland Browns    NFL    16    5    11    0    .313                4    
2000    48    New England Patriots    NFL    16    5    11    0    .313                5    
2001    49    New England Patriots    NFL    16    11    5    0    .688    3    3    0    1.000    1    Super Bowl Champions
2002    50    New England Patriots    NFL    16    9    7    0    .563                1    
2003    51    New England Patriots    NFL    16    14    2    0    .875    3    3    0    1.000    1    Super Bowl Champions
2004    52    New England Patriots    NFL    16    14    2    0    .875    3    3    0    1.000    1    Super Bowl Champions
2005    53    New England Patriots    NFL    16    10    6    0    .625    2    1    1    .500    1    
2006    54    New England Patriots    NFL    16    12    4    0    .750    3    2    1    .667    1    
2007    55    New England Patriots    NFL    16    16    0    0    1.000    3    2    1    .667    1    AFC Champions
2008    56    New England Patriots    NFL    16    11    5    0    .688                1    
2009    57    New England Patriots    NFL    16    10    6    0    .625    1    0    1    .000    1    
2010    58    New England Patriots    NFL    16    14    2    0    .875    1    0    1    .000    1    
2011    59    New England Patriots    NFL    10    7    3    0    .700                1    

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#1 : November 28, 2011, 08:30:17 PM

So you are saying Raheem needs to change teams in order to succeed?   Ok, let's fire him to give him the chance.


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#2 : November 28, 2011, 08:36:49 PM

Java take in consideration that Rah does not have full power of the team..and some of the moves that im sure he would like to make aren't made cuz of Dom. unlike Bellicheck the minute he took over the Pats. he has been in charge of everything associated with that team..Rah needs to have a lil more control of the team and i think he will succeed

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#3 : November 28, 2011, 08:37:19 PM

I like Raheem but if the team keeps losing he will most likely be gone. The team would need some changes. If they start putting together a win streak and the team looks inspired and confident again he wont be gone. Im for whatever helps our team the most!!

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#4 : November 28, 2011, 08:43:14 PM

take a look at Bellichecks track record..

I'd rather look at Mike Singletary's record. Morris has more in common w/ him, experience in coaching-wise.

Belicheck was a asst under a great head coach and had much more experience going into his HC jobs then Morris.

Singletary:
SF 2008* 5 4 0 0.555 2nd in NFC West - - - -
SF 2009 8 8 0 0.500 2nd in NFC West - - - -
SF 2010 5 10 0 0.357 3rd in NFC West 

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#5 : November 28, 2011, 08:44:05 PM

So you are saying Raheem needs to change teams in order to succeed?   Ok, let's fire him to give him the chance.

Yeah, maybe Philly will hire him after they can Andy Reid. Reid should be canned, right? He has lead a team full of high-priced, "super star"  vets to a 4-7 record with a softer schedule than the Bucs have played....or maybe he can replace Shanahan in Washington. He also has lead a talented team of vets to a 4-7 record so far this year. Certainly, Morris should have done a lot better than both of these guys with a 23-yr old QB, a rookie MLB and the youngest team in the league.
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#6 : November 28, 2011, 08:45:36 PM

Using this logic we should snasp up Jack Del rio when he gets cut because he's also like Bill B and not very good.

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#7 : November 28, 2011, 08:48:46 PM

I think someone needs to review Bill Bellicheck's history prior to and immediately after his stint in Cleveland. The comparison is a tad on the looney side.

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#8 : November 28, 2011, 08:49:02 PM

Java take in consideration that Rah does not have full power of the team..and some of the moves that im sure he would like to make aren't made cuz of Dom. unlike Bellicheck the minute he took over the Pats. he has been in charge of everything associated with that team..Rah needs to have a lil more control of the team and i think he will succeed



NOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Bad idea to take a HC who is already in over his head and give him more control. Bellicheck was given control. He had at least 20 years more exp than Heemy has. I hope you were kidding when you wrote this.

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#9 : November 28, 2011, 08:52:25 PM

So you are saying Raheem needs to change teams in order to succeed?   Ok, let's fire him to give him the chance.
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#10 : November 28, 2011, 08:55:21 PM

Using this logic we should snasp up Jack Del rio when he gets cut because he's also like Bill B and not very good.
I guess Miami should keep Sparano, too.

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#11 : November 28, 2011, 08:57:17 PM

Using this logic we should snasp up Jack Del rio when he gets cut because he's also like Bill B and not very good.
I guess Miami should keep Sparano, too.

Exactly, he's actually part of the Parcells tree so this false analogy works even better!

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#12 : November 28, 2011, 09:00:43 PM

Didn't see the Packers game, but If I'm not mistaken, yesterday's game marked the 12th one in a row where the offense still hasn't scored a touchdown in the first quarter. Is that still right? That's not a good reflection on the coaching staff.


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#13 : November 28, 2011, 09:02:16 PM

Denver should have let Josh McDaniel to continue to coach in order to learn on the job while the Broncos fans patiently watched his teams suck (sound familiar?).
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#14 : November 28, 2011, 09:06:39 PM

you guys are something else its like trying to make sense with a rock ...most of you don't see that Rah is very young and will only get better..
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