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, Schiano thrives on pressure
Quote from: NotDeadYet on September 28, 2013, 09:05:37 AM , Schiano thrives on pressureLink? I know that he choked against WVU in 06 in the last game when a BCS bowl was on the line. He did not THRIVE in that case.Please cite multiple example of Schiano thriving on pressure please. Thanks.
I thought the better plan would of been to start Freeman vs the Cards. Then right after that game, name Glennon the starter. Then he would get 2 weeks to prepare.
Quote from: The Anti-Java on September 28, 2013, 10:05:49 PMI thought the better plan would of been to start Freeman vs the Cards. Then right after that game, name Glennon the starter. Then he would get 2 weeks to prepare.Eh. Freeman was already ticked, I'm sure. Because they already had media reports of him being traded before the pats game. So, you go in this upcoming game with a cheesed (at you) freeman, or a rookie glennon (who is happy just to be here).Also, the Cards are pretty weak compared to what we have, and will face (we said that about the jets though), and you would have two weeks to fix what you actually get to SEE, before those two weeks. They didn't need to make this move, their hand was forced. Either schiano or freeman were goners, and as the Highlander movies always state, "there can be ONLY one!"