- Mar 22, 2018
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It's refreshing to see that some people around here do get it.such a succinct point of view that incapsulates the whole process perfectly..here me out J..
The obvious strategy was just that, very obvious from the very beginning..The handshake deal was this imo.
Front office and staff two different entities..each one minds their own business...that’s key to a proper rebuild of this magnitude..the goal is to rebuild the entire team with Brian Flores type guys.
So, the Front office depletes roster to collect as many assets as possible, even ones that have a higher return for which was paid out..depletes roster to start over and clean cap.
The Staff agrees to coach the players that the front office provides without concern..Win with what you have is their personal mantra and challenge...
I bet Grier, Ross and the rest of the front office staff is shaking their heads In disbelief, in disbelief that this staff has that roster not only competing against NFL teams, but getting a win...
That’s why their happy, because they know they put that coach and staff in the worst situation possible, and they came out fighting and winning regardless.
All that being said, I, we, still want that #1, the front office will continue to make it very hard on them,but don’t sweat about it, the coaching staff welcomes it, it’s training them in a sense to coach the absolute worst situation possible, so when they do get a talented roster watch the bleep out.
You know when you hear about a staff saying they wanna make practice so difficult so when it’s game day their players are prepared and the game is easy..??
That’s what our front office is doing to our coaching staff.
That’s the perspective no one wants to understand..forgot to understand.