Kingsbury, The World’s Only 17 Point Offensive Genius

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  1. Solar7

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    I thought this was about records, and got so confused.

    But, yes, if you are a starting QB in the NFL, you should be expected to do all things your job entails. Obviously, that does not mean that I think you should have Murray under center frequently, but you have to be capable.
     
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    This is a major concern as it allows bad habits to develop.

    I can only hope Clements is working the same sort of work that he did with Rodgers
     
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    I just checked it was the LG, he leaned back a bit and then flinched forward.

    Also of interest, Cam said it was a penalty but then admitted "I was going to flop anyways" and said he slowed up hoping Simmons would hit him and draw the flag.

    I couldn't tell if he was claiming he went down that hard because he flopped, I believe he slowed up trying to draw a flag, I don't believe he was flopping I think he got hit by a heat seeking missile.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Do you really believe that being the most penalized team in the league is not a reflection on the head coach?
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    And if my aunt had balls he’d be my uncle.
    Those contributed to the loss just like Kliff’s balls shrivling over and over again was a contributing factor. And Kliff keeps doing the same thing. Over and over and over. He’s not learning. That’s the worst part.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Daves as fact checker is one of the best, and worst, things about ASFN! o_O
     
  7. CardsSunsDbacks

    CardsSunsDbacks Not So Skeptical

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    Except those were concrete things that happened on the field. Kirk literally dropped an easy pass in the EZ and ZG literally missed yet another FG from a very make able distance.

    Your hypothetical of Kliff’s balls shriveling up is a pure assumption of how things maybe could have been different. Not something you could guarantee would have made some major difference in this very game.
     
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    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    Depends on the type of penalties?

    If we are leading the league in 12 men on the field, delay of game, illegal formation, etc. Then yes.

    False starts, holding, and stupid stuff like that...no. That is on the player. The coach can bench the player for stupid penalties but then we wouldn't have an Oline most games.

    Feel free to disagree.
     
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    Let me ask Russell Wilson, one sec......

    Russell says yes.
     
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    It's on the player when it happens occasionally.

    It's on the coaches when it happens all the time, every week.
     
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    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    What % is Russell doing it and does it make a difference in their success? Truly interested.

    BTW - didn't know you knew Russell Wilson. That is pretty cool. :)
     
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    blindseyed I'm saying you ARE stuck in Wichita

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    Bigger question would be do you see him as the Cards coach in say...3-4 years?
     
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    That clearly wasn't what I said. I said that specific penalty wasn't.
     
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    This year Wilson is 69% Shotgun. 31% under center. This is actually his career high. Up until the last couple of years he's been mostly under center his whole career.
     
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    Rather than slam the HC, I'd rather attack the problem.

    Good play callers find a way to immerse themselves in the rhythm of the game and dial up plays/strategies that are executable and "work."

    It seem that KK's feel for kicking FGs vs. "going for it" is just, plain backward. He kicks when he should run and runs when he should kick. Don't know why; don't know what he's thinking; it's just plain out of synch with what his team is willing to do or able to do.

    I think this can be correctable (If it is, we"ll wind up with a perfectly good HC. If not, we've got a problem).
     
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