Dick Jauron is good at something

By E rock  |   Tuesday, October 27, 2009  |  Comments( 74 )

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Our beloved coach Dick Jauron is often found to have questionable decisions including conservative play calls, poor clock management, the inability to throw challenge flags and general crappy-ness in game planning and preparation. Despite all these shortcomings, coach Jauron does excel at one thing – his teams tend to beat other bottom of the...
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8and8Forever
09:19 AM
10/27/2009
I wonder how many coaches in the NFL are not also the D or O coordinator? DJ is a exception to the rule, he is kind of an administrator of sorts, leaving play calling on both sides to Fewell and AVP. I assume he approves the game plans on both sides and simply breaks ties in-game. Not to defend him, but whether he is a cheerleader or not, he is not calling the game for the most part. Cowher was that way. he did nothing on the sideline but scowl and yell. maybe that adds something... didn't seem to matter for Landry, Reeves and other "great" coaches who had talent and player (eg. QB) leadership... Seems that most Bills fans want a coach who is more active on the sidelines. For that to happen the head coach may need to be one of the coordinators as well... Enter Gruden,,, but ooops,, Gruden moving from Tampa to Buffalo is about as likely as .....
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Greg S
10:02 AM
10/27/2009
If we can't get Gruden, at least we can get someone like Cowher or Shanahan...
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ba bye
10:06 AM
10/27/2009
Dick's a perfect fit for the Bills job: crappy owner = crappy FO = crappy coaching staff = crappy talent

symmetry abounds

I finally watched the Saints v Dolphins last night. The exact opposite of Bills football. The game was thoroughly exciting. About 80% of the plays were wowsers, while only about 15% were prosaic. I can count the number of plays in a Bills game that were anything but muddled, shit football.

BTW, for the Saints, Jabari Greer was superb. He's another Antoine Winfield, defending the pass and being a force in run support. Chris Ellis went down injured, and Anthony Hargrove came in. He had two huge sacks right away. Jeremy Shockey was big time. I wish the Bills had moved for him. The Dolphins had the game all wrapped up for the first 25 minutes. Then Drew Brees dissected them. Reminded me of the Colts game, but the Saints are a much more balanced team.
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