Fire Bill O'Brien

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Should we fire Bill O'Brien?

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  2. No

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  3. Abstain (for the moment)

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  1. tmacfor35

    tmacfor35 Contributing Member

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    Clowney got held blatantly there. Should have been some yellow. Had he not held him, goff would have been obliterated for a safety.
     
  2. kevC

    kevC Contributing Member

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    Do you think Dabo Swinney would be interested in coming here to coach Watson and Hopkins?
     
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  3. Mr. Clutch

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    Jonathan Kinsley‏ @Brickwallblitz 36m36 minutes ago
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    Ok, here's the problem with Bill O'Brien. When he calls plays for Watson, you see loads of play action, misdirection and read option. With Savage, there's no play action and he's asking him to sit in the pocket and throw into tight vertical windows. (Part 1/2)

    Jonathan Kinsley‏ @Brickwallblitz 34m34 minutes ago
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    My question is if BOB dos think higher of Watson than Savage, why is he giving Savage extremely difficult play calls where he's expected to make tough, precise throws? It makes no sense. (Part 2/2)


    Jonathan Kinsley‏ @Brickwallblitz 31m31 minutes ago
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    With a less talented QB, you're supposed to give him easier reads and throws so the offense can function better. BOB does the opposite with less talented guys, instead giving them impossible situations to work with.

    Jonathan Kinsley‏ @Brickwallblitz 31m31 minutes ago
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    As abysmal as Brock was last year, BOB gave him no help whatsoever. Did nothing to help him on 3rd downs and asked him to make throws he couldn't make (which is every throw but still).

    Jonathan Kinsley‏ @Brickwallblitz 20m20 minutes ago
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    This is on Savage's strip sack fumble. Notice that there is no RB in the backfield, so there's no play action. You make it so much easier for defenses to stop a play from being successful with play calls this predictable.

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  4. TheRealist137

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    well Savage can't do 90% of the things that Watson can do on the football field
     
  5. Rocket River

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    Wow - That strip fumble does look pathetic.
    By time he plants the defense is in his grill and only one person was potentially open
    that one person was on the side the defense was coming from

    Rocket River
     
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    Try finding someone who actually knows something about pro football next time, like someone with actual coaching or playing experience instead of random internet kid. This is 101 stuff.
     
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  7. coachbadlee

    coachbadlee Rookie

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    Poor Savage. Having to play behind the greatest. He had no chance.
    I feel for the guy. Trying to please a spoiled group of fans.
     
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