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« #45 : February 02, 2013, 02:28:25 PM »

Not terribly impressed....

serious question...is it possible to be impressed by a ST coaching hire?

can anyone name 3 current ST's coaches?

Other than Bisaccia or Bobby April, nope. And i typed "not terribly impressed" because some are acting like this guy is some type of messiah.... which i definitely don't see. Could be wrong though, only time will tell.

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« #46 : February 02, 2013, 03:39:04 PM »

no one knows if wannstedt will be a great hire, an average hire, or a crummy hire.  but he brings a ton of NFL experience, which our fan base complains of religiously.

Certain dips***s, like The Anomaly, are going are obviously going whine, whether the ST was one of Schiano's Rutgers buddys or a former NFL HC/Superbowl winning DC.

If he was named DC I would be okay with it.  The dude is 60 and never once coached STs.  How is that a good hire?  You would say it was a good hire regardless because you are a sheep...a lemming...

I say again...what does NFL HC or DC have to do with special teams?  I'm still waiting for your answer.  It must be from WATCHING special teams from the sideline or at practice?  LOL.  You are one sorry **CENSORED**.

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« #47 : February 02, 2013, 03:42:38 PM »

" Wannstedt did take a hands-on role in running the special teams during his time as head coach at the University of Pittsburgh from 2005 to 2010. Schiano was the head coach at Rutgers at that time and coached against Wannstedt every year, and he was apparently impressed enough with Pittsburgh’s special teams to give Wannstedt a job coaching the special teams in Tampa"

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/02/01/bucs-hire-dave-wannstedt-as-special-teams-coach/

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« #48 : February 02, 2013, 03:51:55 PM »

no one knows if wannstedt will be a great hire, an average hire, or a crummy hire.  but he brings a ton of NFL experience, which our fan base complains of religiously.

Certain dips***s, like The Anomaly, are going are obviously going whine, whether the ST was one of Schiano's Rutgers buddys or a former NFL HC/Superbowl winning DC.

If he was named DC I would be okay with it.  The dude is 60 and never once coached STs.  How is that a good hire?  You would say it was a good hire regardless because you are a sheep...a lemming...

I say again...what does NFL HC or DC have to do with special teams?  I'm still waiting for your answer.  It must be from WATCHING special teams from the sideline or at practice?  LOL.  You are one sorry **CENSORED**.
It's special teams, Jesus. It's not like we made him GM. Thinking a former head coach and good DC isn't capable of running special teams is laughable. If anything, he's over-qualified. You would have been whining with whoever they named ST coach. Just complaining to complain.
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« #49 : February 02, 2013, 04:11:28 PM »

no one knows if wannstedt will be a great hire, an average hire, or a crummy hire.  but he brings a ton of NFL experience, which our fan base complains of religiously.

Certain dips***s, like The Anomaly, are going are obviously going whine, whether the ST was one of Schiano's Rutgers buddys or a former NFL HC/Superbowl winning DC.

If he was named DC I would be okay with it.  The dude is 60 and never once coached STs.  How is that a good hire?  You would say it was a good hire regardless because you are a sheep...a lemming...

I say again...what does NFL HC or DC have to do with special teams?  I'm still waiting for your answer.  It must be from WATCHING special teams from the sideline or at practice?  LOL.  You are one sorry **CENSORED**.

It's patently obvious you have no effin' clue what it takes to be a Special Teams Coordinator.

And LMFAO and me being a sheep/lemming, Captain Clueless.


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« #50 : February 02, 2013, 04:49:57 PM »

" Wannstedt did take a hands-on role in running the special teams during his time as head coach at the University of Pittsburgh from 2005 to 2010. Schiano was the head coach at Rutgers at that time and coached against Wannstedt every year, and he was apparently impressed enough with Pittsburgh’s special teams to give Wannstedt a job coaching the special teams in Tampa"

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/02/01/bucs-hire-dave-wannstedt-as-special-teams-coach/

http://web1.ncaa.org/stats/StatsSrv/rankings?doWhat=archive&sportCode=MFB

Holy crap their STs sucked when he was there.  They had one decent season on STs.  Most in the 60's-80's and once DEAD last in a STs category.

If he had a hands-on role we're screwed b/c their STs sucked.  Nice hire.  I'm sure b/c its so easy that a NFL HC/DC should have great college STs, right?

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« #51 : February 02, 2013, 04:57:20 PM »

My thoughts are that a good coach doesn't bounce around, taking demotions in the process. But that's just me.

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« #52 : February 02, 2013, 05:01:49 PM »

My thoughts are that a good coach doesn't bounce around, taking demotions in the process. But that's just me.

Marinelli is , but everyone still calls him a good coach.

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« #53 : February 02, 2013, 05:15:33 PM »

I don't get some of you guys, the last ST coach wasn't that earth shatteringly great and yet you are more upset by a coach with experience in the NFL taking over the position. How about we actually let the guy have some time to do his job before we herd him out of town.......

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« #54 : February 02, 2013, 05:31:57 PM »

I don't get some of you guys, the last ST coach wasn't that earth shatteringly great and yet you are more upset by a coach with experience in the NFL taking over the position. How about we actually let the guy have some time to do his job before we herd him out of town.......

Who's upset?

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« #55 : February 02, 2013, 08:47:08 PM »

here's something else to think about....beside the schiano link to wannestadt......there is also the wannestadt and butch davis link  from the past too?

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« #56 : February 02, 2013, 09:08:03 PM »

Good hire, and they may have plans for him later on.  Beyond special teams I am sayin.



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« #57 : February 03, 2013, 02:25:54 PM »

I don't get some of you guys, the last ST coach wasn't that earth shatteringly great and yet you are more upset by a coach with experience in the NFL taking over the position. How about we actually let the guy have some time to do his job before we herd him out of town.......

Who's upset?

Captain Clueless appears to be pretty upset.


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« #58 : February 03, 2013, 02:26:30 PM »

serious question...is it possible to be impressed by a ST coaching hire?

Summarized my thoughts on this entire process.

There\'s a very real chance the Bucs waive [Revis] before next season. At the very least, it will be a discussion worth having.

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« #59 : February 03, 2013, 04:10:58 PM »

I don't get some of you guys, the last ST coach wasn't that earth shatteringly great and yet you are more upset by a coach with experience in the NFL taking over the position. How about we actually let the guy have some time to do his job before we herd him out of town.......

Who's upset?

Captain Clueless appears to be pretty upset.

lil35:  I say again....did you look at Pitt's special teams stats when he was there?  They sucked.  You pretty much said it should be easy for an NFL HC/DC to run special teams, right?  You'd think that his STs would be special then.  They weren't.  But since everyone is clueless(hilarious)...why don't you explain to all of us why his special teams sucked so bad while he was in charge?  Enlighten us all....

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