Originally posted by btthepunk:
As long as he's been coaching I think he can probably coach a 4-3 defense. Its not like you only learn one way of doing things.
Ron Rivera ran a dominant 4-3 in Chicago then ran a very good 3-4 in San Diego.
Didn't he run a 4-3 when we fired Billy Davis in 06?
The hybrid scheme Nolan and Davis ran is what got Davis fired.
Yeah they were still in the transition period. Anthony Adams was still starting at NT.
I'll actually be rooting for him, well not him specifically, since I strongly dislike him for what he did to Alex, but it would be nice for the Saints to face some semblance of defense in their division. And Atl having a strong D wouldn't scare me, since Ryan is probably the most overrated QB in the league and has been awful in all 3 of his postseason games.
Vernon Davis should have a big game against his defense, they left the TE Zach Miller open all day.
HAHA you would think so, but Roman seems to have a hard on for stone hands Delanie Walker. I really wish they would finally bite the bullet and realize he's a terrible catcher. Quit trying to redeem him, now is not the time.
I'd rather see Celek catching passes downfield than Walker at this point. Vernon Davis would still be my first choice, of course.
Originally posted by zillabeast:
The fact that Nolan brought in Willis, Gore, Staley, J. Smith, and Goldston tells me his best intentions were at heart. It's not his fault Alex Smith is a terrible starting quarterback.
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