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Well, according to many football gurus on this board--all knowing, all seeing--it'll never happen.
Gruden has taken responsibility for the collapse of this team. I believe him, in particular with his QBs. He overloads them and doesn't adapt the system to fit their strengths. He blew smoke up Gradkowsli's butt all summer and pretty much ignored Simms. I believe he undermined Simms' confidence and aided his regression. Simms had some great games last season and looked like some Pearl River CC podunk this year. He was lost in a lost world.If Simms has any sense at all, he will go find a team that really wants him to succeed. I believe McKay knew Simms would be a bad fit (sabotage) for Gruden's system. Combine that with a poor OL etc. and Gruden's attitude, not a great chance to win much.Gruden's pressure will get results from great veteran players. He destroys young players. Cadillac, Clayton, and Simms, are three prime examples. Simms will find a better situation elsewhere.
And how many football "geniuses" said with complete "authority" that this would never happen? Not Gruden's guy...if Gruden's future is on the line, maybe Grads isn't his guy after all.
I guess Gruden prefers Scrappy and mobile... over substance.
Quote from: UMguy1999 on November 15, 2006, 12:47:11 PMI guess Gruden prefers Scrappy and mobile... over substance.Or guys who can learn the offense over guys who can't.