Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber? | Page 2 | TigerDroppings.com

Posted byMessage
BRAVEHEART
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2012
1525 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

Take a page from Sean Payton: Brees hits the bench and starts looking at photos of what the defense just did, talking on the phone, talking to his line and receivers, and learning and adjusting throughout the game. Mett should do the same.
This! Hopefully CC will be more hands on during a game when Mett is on the sidelines.






Back to top
tigerfoot
LA-Monroe Fan
Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
19135 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


It should be gone, I have all the empathy in the world for Kragthorpe, however I think he has some weird tendencies. Especially if you read back through his Louisville days





Back to top
  Replies (0)
dgnx6
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
21670 posts
 Online 

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

Take a page from Sean Payton: Brees hits the bench and starts looking at photos of what the defense just did, talking on the phone, talking to his line and receivers, and learning and adjusting throughout the game. Mett should do the same


Not every qb does this. Brees is a different breed. That is why he has the single season passing record and a super bowl ring.



This post was edited on 2/9 at 2:43 pm


Back to top
dgnx6
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
21670 posts
 Online 

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

This! Hopefully CC will be more hands on during a game when Mett is on the sidelines.


What? the OC will be in the booth.

Dont care where he was in baltimore, he will be in the booth like every other oc weve had.



This post was edited on 2/9 at 2:46 pm


Back to top
  Replies (0)
ATLTiger
#TreyBiletnikoffs
Member since Sep 2003
35527 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


I watched almost every game and don't think I really noticed this. Was it used all year?





Back to top
The Mick
Ohio State Fan
Member since Oct 2010
24080 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


Media isn't going to interview him DURING games you dumb frick.





Back to top
  Replies (0)
lsutigermall
LSU Fan
Battle Creek, Michigan
Member since Nov 2006
2381 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


Yep...Even at the bowl. Although at the bowl, Met did step out of his area to try to fire the guys up a couple times. To no avail, but it was nice to see. It's not really a chamber but just a semi-isolated spot next to the equipment containers.





Back to top
  Replies (0)
Spankum
LSU Fan
Miss-sippi
Member since Jan 2007
33284 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

Yes, in the stadium. I guess that's why I still have no idea what this isolation chamber is.


that is what is great about attending the games in person...you don't have to hear all of this kind of bull shite that is conjured up and harped on by the commentators...

I actually made it a kind of a personal game to see how long it would take me to figure out what kind of shite the comnmentators came up with based on the comments that I heard at work...I could typically figure it out by 11 AM on Monday morning....






Back to top
  Replies (0)
Mayhawman
LSU Fan
Somewhere in the middle of SEC West
Member since Dec 2009
4607 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

Brees is a different breed.
:playercoach:






Back to top
  Replies (0)
Matisyeezy
Duke Fan
End of the bar, Drunk
Member since Feb 2012
9919 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

Take a page from Sean Payton: Brees hits the bench and starts looking at photos of what the defense just did, talking on the phone, talking to his line and receivers, and learning and adjusting throughout the game. Mett should do the same


This is dumb, dumb, dumb. The Mett/Brees comparison aside, in the same way that different people learn differently, different quarterbacks learn differently. My own bias would obviously prefer Mett do something like Brees because it's a visible representation of him trying to improve that is easy to perceive, but maybe that's just not what works for him. All I want for him is to be tuned in and trying to win. Maybe that means looking at pictures, maybe it's talking to the OC, hell, buy the dude some doughnuts and see if it helps him focus like it did for Gausman






Back to top
  Replies (0)
Tigah in the ATL
LSU Fan
Atlanta
Member since Feb 2005
25237 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

Could have been one of the worst ideas in the history of paid coaching.

Good God, man.






Back to top
  Replies (0)
LSUDonMCO
LSU Fan
Orlando
Member since Dec 2003
2349 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


It's called the Mettcave. Get it right!





Back to top
mmcgrath
LSU Fan
New Jersey
Member since Feb 2010
6725 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


quote:

It's called the Mettcave. Get it right!
this.

Pic of it on the second page of this thread:
Mett Cave






Back to top
Fabius
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2007
405 posts

re: Have we seen the last of the QB isolation chamber?


Stupid idea. Sends wrong messages at multiple levels:

1. To Mett is says that you don't have to be a man and face your fears. It's ok to hide from them.

2. To teammates it says that your QB, the leader of your offense, is weak, fragile and needs to be protected.

3. To the media it says that both Mett and Krags are wierd.

LSU coaches like to brag about playing "real man" football, but then shelter their QB like a child who needs to be protected. Just another in a long list of coaching failures by the offensive staff. Tell Mett to man up and get out front like a leader. If he can't cut it, sit him and play a real man.






Back to top
  Replies (0)


Back to top