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Respect Mike Nolan

  • NickV
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Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Because his team held the pitiful Bungles to one TD? Please.

He took over a team that gave up almost 30 points per game last season.

Holding any team in the NFL to single digits is a notable accomplishment, let alone one featuring Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco.

Did you watch the final drive?

Big nickle the whole way down.

When the game was on the line he called a chicken s**t defense.



SEVEN POINTS

7

You guys are all incredibly biased.

Seven points that would have won the game!

Nolan did every thing wrong on that final drive.

He was bringing blitzes everywhere the whole game. But when the game was on the line, he called the boys off and brought out his nickle D that we are all very familiar of.

Just like we had to endure, playing not to lose instead of playing to win.

Yeah, you're reaching. The Bengals had one productive drive.

What did you expect the Broncos to shut them out?

Um...yeah?

How else where they going to win at that point? It was 6-0 when that final drive started.
  • crzy
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Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Because his team held the pitiful Bungles to one TD? Please.

He took over a team that gave up almost 30 points per game last season.

Holding any team in the NFL to single digits is a notable accomplishment, let alone one featuring Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco.

Did you watch the final drive?

Big nickle the whole way down.

When the game was on the line he called a chicken s**t defense.



SEVEN POINTS

7

You guys are all incredibly biased.

Seven points that would have won the game!

Nolan did every thing wrong on that final drive.

He was bringing blitzes everywhere the whole game. But when the game was on the line, he called the boys off and brought out his nickle D that we are all very familiar of.

Just like we had to endure, playing not to lose instead of playing to win.

Yeah, you're reaching. The Bengals had one productive drive.

What did you expect the Broncos to shut them out?

Um...yeah?

How else where they going to win at that point? It was 6-0 when that final drive started.

And that's on the Broncos offense for scoring a measly 6 points at that point against the woeful Bengals defense.

Mike Nolan did his job and proved that he's a very good defensive coordinator.
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Might I remind you it was a Carson Palmer that was seeing his first action of the season after a brutal injury ridden season before. I'll give props for a good game plan and execution, but by no means was it a dominant performance. The bungles crapped all over themselves.



Let me ask you this. Do you think the Seahawks are as good as they looked today, or was it because the were playing the rams?


Except that I'm not making the judgment that Mike Nolan is a good defensive coordinator off this game alone. Mike Nolan proved his worth as a D-Coordinator a long time ago. That's how he got the 49ers job.

I'm not trying to hate on him (too hard ). I'm just saying today was not as clear cut as the score made it seem. And like another poster said, his Big Nickel at the end let them down. Only a miracle got them the win.
  • NickV
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Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Because his team held the pitiful Bungles to one TD? Please.

He took over a team that gave up almost 30 points per game last season.

Holding any team in the NFL to single digits is a notable accomplishment, let alone one featuring Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco.

Did you watch the final drive?

Big nickle the whole way down.

When the game was on the line he called a chicken s**t defense.



SEVEN POINTS

7

You guys are all incredibly biased.

Seven points that would have won the game!

Nolan did every thing wrong on that final drive.

He was bringing blitzes everywhere the whole game. But when the game was on the line, he called the boys off and brought out his nickle D that we are all very familiar of.

Just like we had to endure, playing not to lose instead of playing to win.

Yeah, you're reaching. The Bengals had one productive drive.

What did you expect the Broncos to shut them out?

Um...yeah?

How else where they going to win at that point? It was 6-0 when that final drive started.

And that's on the Broncos offense for scoring a measly 6 points at that point against the woeful Bengals defense.

Mike Nolan did his job and proved that he's a very good defensive coordinator.

If it wasn't for that crazy play at the end of the game you wouldn't make this thread imo.

I agree that he called a great game the first 57 minutes of the game and you know my feelings about the end of it.

For me, I wouldn't want Nolan to coach either my whole team OR Defense.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
I will do no such thing.
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Because his team held the pitiful Bungles to one TD? Please.

He took over a team that gave up almost 30 points per game last season.

Holding any team in the NFL to single digits is a notable accomplishment, let alone one featuring Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco.

Did you watch the final drive?

Big nickle the whole way down.

When the game was on the line he called a chicken s**t defense.



SEVEN POINTS

7

You guys are all incredibly biased.

Seven points that would have won the game!

Nolan did every thing wrong on that final drive.

He was bringing blitzes everywhere the whole game. But when the game was on the line, he called the boys off and brought out his nickle D that we are all very familiar of.

Just like we had to endure, playing not to lose instead of playing to win.

Yeah, you're reaching. The Bengals had one productive drive.

What did you expect the Broncos to shut them out?

Um...yeah?

How else where they going to win at that point? It was 6-0 when that final drive started.

And that's on the Broncos offense for scoring a measly 6 points at that point against the woeful Bengals defense.

Mike Nolan did his job and proved that he's a very good defensive coordinator.

If it wasn't for that crazy play at the end of the game you wouldn't make this thread imo.

I agree that he called a great game the first 57 minutes of the game and you know my feelings about the end of it.

For me, I wouldn't want Nolan to coach either my whole team OR Defense.

agreed, he plays not to lost instead of playing to win. better off that the broncos have him so manusky can put some fangs back into our defense. besides, it will only be time till nolan starts throwing players underneath the bus
I'm not going to fault Nolan on the last drive.

Of course, he was going to go to nickel and dime packages. Cincy is down by 7 with only one drive left.

What's Nolan gonna do? Go to base?

-9fA
Originally posted by crzy:
He is a terrific defensive coordinator. He was just never meant to be a head coach.

Yeah Denver's D is great, they let Ced Benson run up and down the field on em, the thing was Cinci's tackle's suck so Palmer couldn't get no time to throw, ie the 7 points, haha Mike Nolan, man it's annoying that that dude's last name is my first name, it's like he took some utter the luster outta my name, darn it Mike!
  • flow
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Originally posted by LA9erFan:
I will do no such thing.

Originally posted by LA9erFan:
I will do no such thing.

Originally posted by LA9erFan:
I will do no such thing.
i agree he is a good D coordinator i mean broncos D personal is just pathehic and he did a pretty good job manusky is better though
Nolan is a good defesive coordinator and thats all I got to say.
Can you really prove that you're ANYTHING in one game?
Originally posted by Crazy4Niners:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
I will do no such thing.

Originally posted by LA9erFan:
I will do no such thing.

Originally posted by LA9erFan:
I will do no such thing.
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by NickV:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Because his team held the pitiful Bungles to one TD? Please.

He took over a team that gave up almost 30 points per game last season.

Holding any team in the NFL to single digits is a notable accomplishment, let alone one featuring Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco.

Did you watch the final drive?

Big nickle the whole way down.

When the game was on the line he called a chicken s**t defense.



SEVEN POINTS

7

You guys are all incredibly biased.

Seven points that would have won the game!

Nolan did every thing wrong on that final drive.

He was bringing blitzes everywhere the whole game. But when the game was on the line, he called the boys off and brought out his nickle D that we are all very familiar of.

Just like we had to endure, playing not to lose instead of playing to win.

Yeah, you're reaching. The Bengals had one productive drive.

What did you expect the Broncos to shut them out?

Um...yeah?

How else where they going to win at that point? It was 6-0 when that final drive started.

And that's on the Broncos offense for scoring a measly 6 points at that point against the woeful Bengals defense.

Mike Nolan did his job and proved that he's a very good defensive coordinator.

If it wasn't for that crazy play at the end of the game you wouldn't make this thread imo.

I agree that he called a great game the first 57 minutes of the game and you know my feelings about the end of it.

For me, I wouldn't want Nolan to coach either my whole team OR Defense.


yup, you're exactly right. Nolan might be a fine D-coordinator for 3/4 of a game,but if weren't for that miracle play he would be the goat of that game for once again not having the balls to finish a game.
he needs to do it again