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#1 Scott Dierking

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:38 AM

Nice job by the defense hanging in there in the first half, but what we are witnessing is a team that is about to implode on itself, and the coaching staff seems clueless to it.

Players understand when a coaching staff has "mailed it in" and this staff is either incapable of changing, or does not have the brains to do so.

Joe Walton was a stubborn SOB and it may have been one of his most debilitating features as a head coach. But Joe does not seem to have much on Rex, as Rex goes back to the same well of ineptitude time after time. Whether it be players that are given status because they have started before and will stay starters, or consistency of formation and result.

The defense, which actually seemed like it came to play yesterday senses the ultimate demise of this entire time. Arm tackles is the leading indicator of not caring, and we saw a ton of that in the second half.

When players stop caring, there is no way to ever get them back, short of regime change.

Rex and co. have to go.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:54 AM

Read an article this morning where apparently the defense was swiping at the ball instead of wrapping up because they knew the offense wouldnt score.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:00 AM

Nice job by the defense hanging in there in the first half, but what we are witnessing is a team that is about to implode on itself, and the coaching staff seems clueless to it.

Players understand when a coaching staff has "mailed it in" and this staff is either incapable of changing, or does not have the brains to do so.

Joe Walton was a stubborn SOB and it may have been one of his most debilitating features as a head coach. But Joe does not seem to have much on Rex, as Rex goes back to the same well of ineptitude time after time. Whether it be players that are given status because they have started before and will stay starters, or consistency of formation and result.

The defense, which actually seemed like it came to play yesterday senses the ultimate demise of this entire time. Arm tackles is the leading indicator of not caring, and we saw a ton of that in the second half.

When players stop caring, there is no way to ever get them back, short of regime change.

Rex and co. have to go.


Well said.....Rex is done. Sparano is done......and in some ways so is Sanchez. Unbelievable how fast our team has sunk in so short a time.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:27 AM

Read an article this morning where apparently the defense was swiping at the ball instead of wrapping up because they knew the offense wouldnt score.


Wouldnt be surprised. Did you see Rex's reaction to the fumble on the 2 that they didnt pick up? He knew that was their best shot of scoring again.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:42 AM

This is about to go Waltonesque


Or Kotite-ish.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:44 AM

Arm tackles is the leading indicator of not caring, and we saw a ton of that in the second half.


I agree with most of your post but It's simple fatigue. a defense can only hold up for so long, after so many offensive 3 and outs, on the road. I don't believe that the defense doesn't care. they just get exhausted. In fact the D was the only one who scored any points yesterday.

if Rex is to blame for anything, it's the Sparano hire. Not looking like that was such a hot move.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:45 AM

Kyle Orton wins yesterdays game if he is the Jets QB.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:48 AM

Kyle Orton wins yesterdays game if he is the Jets QB.


lol tebow or about every other nfl QB could have won us the game yesterday. Our defense was killing it until the eventual back breaking plays of the offense
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:00 AM

Rex and co. have to go.


Wow, you just created a new tagline. Sweet.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:29 AM

Kyle Orton wins yesterdays game if he is the Jets QB.


Give Seattles defense some credit...they feast on bad QB's. Sanchez wasnt the first guy to look totally lost against them.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 12:09 PM

I secretly miss the Joe must go days.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 01:57 PM

Give Seattles defense some credit...they feast on bad QB's. Sanchez wasnt the first guy to look totally lost against them.


No excuse for that INt in the corner of the end zone or that fumble.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 02:00 PM

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 02:57 PM

Nice job by the defense hanging in there in the first half, but what we are witnessing is a team that is about to implode on itself, and the coaching staff seems clueless to it.

Players understand when a coaching staff has "mailed it in" and this staff is either incapable of changing, or does not have the brains to do so.

Joe Walton was a stubborn SOB and it may have been one of his most debilitating features as a head coach. But Joe does not seem to have much on Rex, as Rex goes back to the same well of ineptitude time after time. Whether it be players that are given status because they have started before and will stay starters, or consistency of formation and result.

The defense, which actually seemed like it came to play yesterday senses the ultimate demise of this entire time. Arm tackles is the leading indicator of not caring, and we saw a ton of that in the second half.

When players stop caring, there is no way to ever get them back, short of regime change.

Rex and co. have to go.



at least they have PSL money and those grey seats that wont look so terrible on thanksgiving night.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:20 PM

Nice job by the defense hanging in there in the first half, but what we are witnessing is a team that is about to implode on itself, and the coaching staff seems clueless to it.

Players understand when a coaching staff has "mailed it in" and this staff is either incapable of changing, or does not have the brains to do so.

Joe Walton was a stubborn SOB and it may have been one of his most debilitating features as a head coach. But Joe does not seem to have much on Rex, as Rex goes back to the same well of ineptitude time after time. Whether it be players that are given status because they have started before and will stay starters, or consistency of formation and result.

The defense, which actually seemed like it came to play yesterday senses the ultimate demise of this entire time. Arm tackles is the leading indicator of not caring, and we saw a ton of that in the second half.

When players stop caring, there is no way to ever get them back, short of regime change.

Rex and co. have to go.


Don't think we are there quite yet...although I think we are headed there...just doubt the crowd would generate enough "Rex must go chants"...and even if it did...ESPN would only say the crowd was demanding Tebow.
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