cunninghamtheman

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  1. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    You win a SB and guys get poached. What can you do about it? You can try to find a retread. Or groom young talented guys. I’d love to get Pete Carroll as DC and McVay as OC....but that’s isn’t happening.
  2. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    Definitely! And he’s grown so much throughout the year. He was learning the passing game in camp. Missing holes early in the season. Come a long way. Still hasn’t reached his ceiling though.
  3. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    And DeFellipo most would agree was a better QB coach than Taylor. Groh better than the last two WR coaches. That’s not an equal comparison just to say the offense hasn’t been as good. 2016 and 2017 Rosie was the top GM. Can’t say that since.
  4. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    Everything isn’t equal though. WR he got to produce at a high level. Now he has lesser talent. But that goes as a plus because he proved to be a good coach that has been missed there. And he was partly responsible for the game plan to win that SB. Duce wasn’t even involved yet or Stout with the pregame game planning. Was Blount better than Ajayi? If the answer is yes then that’s not a coaching failure that’s FO stuff. Was Torrey better than Wallace(in 2018) or DJax(in 219)? Absolutely. That’s not coaching.
  5. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    I think Randy Moss makes a coach look good. I think Agholor is a coach killer.
  6. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    I think I’m a person that puts it more on the talent and players than coaches. I think players make most the difference in this league.
  7. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    It’s a DBs job to cover a receiver. I’m not holding everybody to Revis Island standards though. And it’s not going to happen.
  8. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    Reich I think has dealt with about the same as us. Not the same but equal. Brissett they kept and prized and refused to trade because he was considered by many as the top backup in the league. If we win tonight are records are equal. Both of us play in terrible division. Seems pretty equal all the way down the line to me.
  9. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    I respect that opinion BG. But you must remember that AR’s last few years he had Castillo as DC because he fired McDermott. McDermott was the, by far, superior coach. Just young and needing experience and seasoning. Which in my eyes Groh fits that mold in many ways.
  10. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    Does having a Randy Moss and Cris Carter make you a great WR coach? Or does having Holllins and Agholor make you a BAD coach?
  11. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    Exactly, so should they fire their OC? Or do all the other factors outweigh coaching?
  12. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    I’m not firing him but it wasn’t a good offseason for Rosie. But part of the reason was so he could horde picks for this next draft. We need to get younger clearly. Draft team has to deliver.
  13. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    Was it Groh’s choice to pay Agholor 9.4 mil to keep as a starter this year? Was it his choice to bring in the older DJax that got injured and refused surgery? Ajayi? Howard was a good trade but then got injured. Lane went down to a concussion. Brooks abandon us right in our time of biggest need. Alshon has experienced a rough season(that I believe has been injury related). Why did Hollins make the team? These are the big factors to me. Out of Groh’s hands. FO can take some blame. Medical staff can take some blame.
  14. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    It’s like everybody here seems pumped on Reich. But things aren’t going that great for him this year. He’s a good coach. But having Luck healthy vs what he’s dealt with this year has effected him. I don’t think he’s worse of a coach this season.Huge team puzzle. FO, coaches and players. Gotta take everything into perspective.
  15. cunninghamtheman

    [News] Early Thinking On Some Roster Battles To Watch

    His top speed WR DJax and Wallace out all season. Alshon playing through injury...when he can play. Agholor being rated the worst receiver in the league. And I’m not blaming him for Hollins being injured last season and completely ineffective this season. Talent matters. If he had Randy Moss I believe the passing game would be much improved. Heck with a blip of DJax it absolutely was. But it hasn’t just been the WR. The RB. He was given Sproles and Clement. Those two I don’t blame the OC for. Ajayi was a known injury risk. And he played injured before he totally bowed out. Adams(last year) and Scott aren’t going to carry the day. Not good enough. Groh could do more. I won’t argue against that. But those issues are more about the FO.