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TigerBert
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Learn how to think
He's going to be a PGC.

Not a Head Coach.

Not an OC.

A PGC.

Coach E and the analyst staff have retained lots of "institutional knowledge" from Brady.

He's qualified, and is taking his place on the offensive staff of a team with an offense already installed.

He merely has to learn his role.

We be aight.



BathtubBengal
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re: Learn how to think
Thank you! He doesn’t have to install what brady did, because it’s already installed! Ensminger works with the QB’s and Mickey Joseph is the WR coach, the passing game coordinator will do nothing except hold Ensminger’s hand.


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GCTiger11
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re: Learn how to think
Nah man, a passing game coordinator is overruling our entire staff and bringing back Les ball single handedly!
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GoldenBoy
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re: Learn how to think
Learn how to post in the appropriate thread.


tenderfoot tigah
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re: Learn how to think
This cat is extremely over qualified for the job. I'm not seeing the problem.


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Rosenblatt
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re: Learn how to think
No! I want to panic and complain. We bitched about Waldron bc the rams sucked, we bitched about Lombardi bc he sucked as an OC and now we bitch about this guy bc he sucked as a head coach and when he ran Jason Garrett’s offense


Freauxzen
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re: Learn how to think
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Coach E and the analyst staff have retained lots of "institutional knowledge" from Brady.



I guess we aren't going to stop repeating this really terrible claim.

What do we do when other coaches figure out the offensive plan that was "Retained?" Who is going to tweak it to adjust over the season? Who is going to bring in new packages and looks that make the best use of our players? Who is going to keep it updated so that we aren't running the same offense in 3 years?



Look, O deserves his chance to make mistakes. No one should be questioning that for the next couple of seasons. Regardless, there should be very little comfort in the "retainment" of knowledge in a game that's based on the constant breakdown of film and weekly adjustments and fine tuning that needs to happen.


Quarterfinal
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re: Learn how to think
Love how we are still questioning hires a month removed from one of the greatest seasons ever. Trust the guy that got us there for once..


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Genestealer55
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re: Learn how to think
I’m holding out for a great running game coordinator


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GeauxTigers247
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Metaloctopus
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re: Learn how to think
Sure, that's why Orgeron took a month to hire someone, because "he's just going to be a placeholder for a meaningless position, while everyone just continues what's already in place".

If that is true, then they should have promoted from within. Brady proved that the RIGHT guy at that position makes a huge difference, especially when your OC has zero background in that type of offense.

It is my HOPE that the blueprint will simply be continued. But you need innovators in place, because no one system works forever, without being constantly tweaked. And furthermore, Brady's analytical mind in helping with game planning was just as important as the plays he brought in.

That's the difference between successful coaches and ALL other coaches. Everybody has a playbook. Everybody tries to copy everyone else. But if you don't know how to spot tendencies and weaknesses to exploit, then you are just guessing. Linehan, at the very least, does not have a track record to suggest he can help in moving the needle forward. And that disappoints me.
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Harry Morgan
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re: Learn how to think
Agreed.

Can’t convince the retards in here, though.


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charlestonchief
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re: Learn how to think
A lot of Brady’s concepts are route trees and adjustments to the coverages, pretty sure those are in place and not scrapped. I don’t understand people thinking his schemes and packages are gone without a trace with him to Carolina


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Zap Rowsdower
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re: Learn how to think
I can see where O is coming from. His coaching philosophy is based on “hiring the best coordinators” the only problem is when you win a NC the wunderkinds you have on payroll move onto bigger things. I guess with hires like this you try to get the balance of best hire and longevity.


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Lsupimp
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re: Learn how to think
Lol. Learn to think /The Rant ? Good luck with that. I just hope for a normal level of poorly informed hysterics.


BayouCowboy
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re: Learn how to think
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Sure, that's why Orgeron took a month to hire someone, because "he's just going to be a placeholder for a meaningless position, while everyone just continues what's already in place".

If that is true, then they should have promoted from within. Brady proved that the RIGHT guy at that position makes a huge difference, especially when your OC has zero background in that type of offense.

Maybe he took a month and meticulously researched and interviewed candidates and Lineman was the best option.

On the surface he's not who I would have picked, but with the reported large number of guys that had interest, there has to be a good reason O and SE settled on Linehan. O wants to keep the offense rolling with the spread/RPO. Unless he's had an aneurysm he's not going back to the old scheme.


tigersmanager
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re: Learn how to think
Exactly


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Tiger Ree
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re: Learn how to think
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Lol. Learn to think /The Rant ? Good luck with that. I just hope for a normal level of poorly informed hysterics.



Screw that, I am enjoying the melt. Should be good for a week or more. Great stuff.


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Metaloctopus
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re: Learn how to think
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Maybe he took a month and meticulously researched and interviewed candidates and Lineman was the best option.



The fact that he took this much time is why I think it's ridiculous how people act like it doesn't matter who he hired there. As for Linehan being the best option... maybe he was. And that is kind of troubling to me.

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On the surface he's not who I would have picked, but with the reported large number of guys that had interest, there has to be a good reason O and SE settled on Linehan. O wants to keep the offense rolling with the spread/RPO. Unless he's had an aneurysm he's not going back to the old scheme.


I don't assume, for a second, that he's going to go back to the old system. It's more a matter of how we properly implement game plans, and keep the needle moving forward, as I said before.
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DALSU
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re: Learn how to think
The good candidates will not be waiting this long to get a job. They get a new gig immediately. This guy scott linehan is going backwards in his career and you guys think this bomb arse hire. Lol


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