The death of Andy's son weighs on him heavily as he comes to work each day to the point that his demeanor just seeps through to the team. Now I am not saying that this is the only source of blame. Obviously players need to do their jobs. But to have your kid pass right when things looked on the up and up with the team in camp with smart signings and the team beginning to gel. I just think that if it starts with the head coach who prepares his team, his assistants and sets a tone....when something of that magnitude happens I am not sure anything else matters. Not to mention you get an ultimatum for your job from the owner basically...Thoughts?
How much does anyone here think that
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Posted 08 November 2012 - 05:07 PM
I'd say it definitely plays a part. I don't know if it affects the team at all, but you'd think for sure it affects Andy. For more parents it takes years and years to get over the loss of a child. Its been 5 years and my mom is still torn up by it.
Posted 08 November 2012 - 05:18 PM
Does anyone think the "19 vials of unidentified liquid" and 65 needles that we're found in the gym bag of the assistant strength and conditioning trainer has anything to do with the sudden weakness of the defense?