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#30 : January 03, 2012, 04:51:14 PM

well it looks like we are going to find out how good of a GM Dominick is or not whether we like it or not.  Doesn't look like he's getting fired.  Let's save our venom for when Sherman gets hired or when we select Dennard at #5.


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#31 : January 03, 2012, 04:58:07 PM

Dominik has made mistakes, but they weren't nearly as bad as Morris'.  The talent Dominik put together was good enough to go 10-6 last year.  Did they regress to 4-12 because they all suddenly became untalented?


They didn't get better because they had no time to do so. It takes alot of time for players to gel together, and we had a holdout. That's big for a young team.

Which is why San Francisco and Cincinnati are sitting home for the play-- oh wait.

And if that were the case, wouldn't they have started out slowly and gotten better as the season went on?  Instead of starting 4-2 and then promptly dying?

Teams figured us out, and the coaching staff couldn't adjust to account for it.

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#32 : January 03, 2012, 05:01:55 PM

enough with the SF and cinci stuff...they've been putting players into place for years.

if we hire a guy that instills discipline and a scheme that fits our players...will we be a the same way?


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#33 : January 03, 2012, 05:11:46 PM

Dominik has made mistakes, but they weren't nearly as bad as Morris'.  The talent Dominik put together was good enough to go 10-6 last year.  Did they regress to 4-12 because they all suddenly became untalented?


They didn't get better because they had no time to do so. It takes alot of time for players to gel together, and we had a holdout. That's big for a young team.

Which is why San Francisco and Cincinnati are sitting home for the play-- oh wait.

And if that were the case, wouldn't they have started out slowly and gotten better as the season went on?  Instead of starting 4-2 and then promptly dying?

Teams figured us out, and the coaching staff couldn't adjust to account for it.

And why Dallas and NYJ aren't in it? SF and Cinci are altogether differently run teams.

When you're as young as we were (are), with all the expectations, and you don't get an offseason, let's see how you do next season.


I agree with you tho, the coaching staff couldn't adjust. How much of that was due to the age of coaching?

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#34 : January 03, 2012, 05:33:12 PM

To add to that drafting a punter then paying 20 mil for a punter the next year. Wht about the kickers. You get rid of Matt Bryant because he has a hamstring injury in preseason then you pay 2 mil to mike nugent while he stinks it up and mattbryant is still successful in atl. I think that was the new regimes way of saying "everybody has to earn a spot". But Matt Bryant was probably the only guy who didnt need to proove himself. Instead you hand spots to guys because of "youth".
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