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My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
This thread is not a knock on Joseph, just gets understandably lost in the mix how impactful Brady was with the WRs.



NorthTxLSU
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
i love how brady was such a big part of our offense last year and now that some people are questioning his replacement it’s not that big of a deal cause he’s “just the passing game coordinator”


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RIP Wayde
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
His impact was far reaching right down to his relationship with the players.



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GeauxCali
Member since Nov 2019
479 posts

re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
the jump the WRs made in one year was every bit as miraculous as the one Burrow made.

we just went backwards by a hundred miles, there is nothing is SLs very well documented history to suggest he can do ANY of the things Brady did, you could describe him for a hundred years and the word "innovative" wouldnt come up once.


MitchPage
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Ponchatoula
Member since Jan 2007
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
totally agree, Our Wr's were the most improved in the country thanks to Brady, i hope mickey wrote and remembered those drills


NorthTxLSU
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Member since Nov 2018
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
exactly. we needed a spread oriented, innovative mind to come in and help keep this offense rolling. he got fired specifically because he wasn’t bringing anything new to his outdated scheme. just don’t think he’s the best fit for what we’re trying to do


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Tiger30
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
Remember we added the assistant coach from the Saints who is a wr coach and has trained under curtis Johnson


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VAtigerfanz
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Virginia
Member since Feb 2010
121 posts

re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
WR coach for Vikings (coached Randy Moss)
WR coach for Dolphins


Blind Zebras
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We comin
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
What a shite hire. From Brady to back in time


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thecreelymac
LSU Fan
new orleans
Member since Jul 2008
754 posts

re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
and calvin johnson and dez bryant. whoever doesnt think this hire is a grand slam is out of their minds. I dont think there is another college program that could possibly draw this level of coach to this position except lsu right now. We ballin boys. The LSU monster has been awoken.


GeauxCali
Member since Nov 2019
479 posts

re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
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I dont think there is another college program that could possibly draw this level of coach to this position except lsu right now
dude, even Arizona State dwarfed this, Marvin Lewis as CO-DC is exceptional, this is trash
This post was edited on 2/10 at 6:39 pm


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LSU1SLU
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Member since Mar 2013
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
I live in Dallas. That’s what everyone hear would tell you. I hate hate hate this hire.


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WilliamTaylor21
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Member since Dec 2013
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re: My biggest concern is not replacing Joe Brady the WR coach
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i love how brady was such a big part of our offense last year and now that some people are questioning his replacement it’s not that big of a deal cause he’s “just the passing game coordinator”

People still don’t give Steve Ensminger credit.

Everyone points to the jump from 2018 to 2019 - while ignoring the fact that 2018 was Steve’s first year as OC, and he had a QB that arrived in August.

Scott will be a good addition, but Steve is the OC. And he’s a damn good one.


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