win4ever Posted January 8, 2015 Share Posted January 8, 2015 I do not want my head coach calling all the plays from the sideline. For offense or defense. I want a head coach. He can do almost all of his suggesting during game prep, and come game day, manage the affairs of the game. I wonder who Quinn would want as a DC? I think the coach has to have some say in the minute to minute calling of plays, because he has to be in tune with the whole team. Lets say, the wind is blowing hard, which means special teams are going to be compromised, that should factor into the playcalling on both sides of the field. I don't think they need to call all the plays, but they need to be intune enough to intervene at times and change the plans. I think that was one of the issues we had here, because the OC and the HC were on different planes. MM loves to pass, Rex loves to run, and it seemed like they were just pushing back and forth. Almost like they traded calls, so we would see something that seemed to be working, but it was then the other guy's turn and he was stubborn to stay with his ways so we went away from it, and threw off the rhythm. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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