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- Sep 4, 2001
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I too question whether the coaches pulled their weight last season, particularly in games like the Jets when we we're 17-0 at halftime and in sight of ending the dreaded streak. There is a need to make constant adjustments on both sides of the lines.Originally posted by Sherif
I really think Wanny is satisfied with his own performance. He's the weak link IMO. His game planning sucks. Did you see all the DB's and CB's Billichick played against the Rams. Why didn't wanny think of that? I hope this is his last chance to advance further in the playoffs.
Bodzilla, I know it's a demanding job with lots of responsibility that's why their paid millions of dollars and Im not qualified. But I can make my observations that Wanny is satisfied with being 11-5 and early exits from the playoffs. Thats his pennicle and he'd be happy with that every year. And as a fan I can also agree with Gazphin and say the coaches are slow to make adjustments and often are not game planning well.It is a demanding job, and for back-to-back 11-5 seasons with a division title thrown in to boot, I think he is doing a great job.
Well I think there is some disappointment in Bates but not enough to fire him. Remember after the season how Wanny said he was going to get more involved with the defense and help change some of the defensive schemes? There was also that rumor that Wanny was not impressed with Bates lack of bringing up the safeties after he pretty much openly stated the safeties were going to come up more in the last couple games.Originally posted by Bodzilla29
What happened last year? Bates changed his style and devolved, no doubt he dropped the ball, so to speak. Gailey, and I don't want to really imply anything I have no knowledge about, but you have to imagine that he had one eye on a Head Coaching job somewhere, and late in the season when he got one and had to recruit, you KNOW he wasn't 100% thinking Dolphins.