Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by Raul98:
I found it hilarious that in there loss to the Cardinals it was Goldsons hit that caused a flag that put Arz 15 yards closer to the win then a few plays later Revis gives up the go ahead TD Tampa had so many problems and there solution was to overpay for 2 DB's i knew that stupid strategy would not work or fix anything. They lost a 1st round pick and a lot of money for Revis and Goldson and there still trash. While the Jets are fine with out Revis and were fine with out Goldson Bucs are a mess and got greedy with the Revis signing I'm so happy it came back to bite them in the ass.
Indeed, our man Dashon has found out that the green of money doesn't necessarily translate into greener grass. He would have been better staying here, where he was appreciated and had the front-line support, plus an offense, that took pressure off a defense.
I can remember, not all that long ago, when the 49er defense was counted upon heavily to win games for us because our offensive coaching was so weak and inept. We know now that it wasn't our players. We had Frank Gore. We had Alex Smith. We had Vernon Davis. Heck, we may have had a better receiving corps back in the day than we have now. Yet, it was the offense that was the weak link of the team for so very long.
All that changed when Harbaugh arrived and put it all together. It's amazing what an offensive-minded coach can do for a team. Why other NFL franchises keep hiring defensive coordinators for the top spot is beyond me. They are not qualified for the top job. They will never be qualified for the top job.
Bill Belichek, Mike Tomlin, and Pete Carroll all say hello.
Granted the Belichek types don't come around often, but I won't go so far as to say that defensive coordinators will never be qualified for the top job. It really all depends. Pat Schurmur was an offensive guy and he did an awful job in Cleveland.