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Sing should have cancelled the entire bye week

Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by kronik:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

Why are you comparing pro football players jobs with the common people's jobs? If you want to compare, compare them to other NFL teams. Do other NFL teams give their players time off during the bye (regardless of a win or loss), the answer is YES.

fact is it's how they make their money so i'm comparing it to how we all make our money. so maybe their body's do need a rest what is wrong with light walk throughs and film study?

So this is your rebuke??

Anyways, a bye is not just a chance to rest the body, it's also to refresh the mind. Sometimes, it's good to get away mentally. You come back better and stronger this way.

PS: How old are you?
[ Edited by kronik on Oct 16, 2009 at 11:16 PM ]
anyone who thinks that mot giving the guys time off is plain stupid or just a kid. this loss will not change the fact that break is sometimes the best medicine. have you had a job where production is bad? take a couple days off get ya mind right and be ready to go again. punishment is the 1s thing that will turn the team against you. does it matter if it was a bad loss or a close loss. either way it was a loss.
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Originally posted by B650:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

No, but I'm not getting hit by 300-pound men 20 times a week at my job.
These guys have been going full pads since July. A break will be good for them and especially our coaching staff. In my opinion this bi couldn't have come at a better time. We've won close ones, lost close ones, blown out a team and get ourselves blown out. We've been on every side of the spectrum in terms of wins and losses and the emotion that comes along with them. Hell, even I need a bi week now.
Originally posted by SF4EVA:
anyone who thinks that mot giving the guys time off is plain stupid or just a kid. this loss will not change the fact that break is sometimes the best medicine. have you had a job where production is bad? take a couple days off get ya mind right and be ready to go again. punishment is the 1s thing that will turn the team against you. does it matter if it was a bad loss or a close loss. either way it was a loss.

The beatings will continue until the moral improves. hehehe
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

you're not a loner matt
i totaly back your statement
the coaches were outsmart and the players outplayed and they don't use that precious bye week to correct some of it ?! WTF ...
Originally posted by 49Fever:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

you're not a loner matt
i totaly back your statement
the coaches were outsmart and the players outplayed and they don't use that precious bye week to correct some of it ?! WTF ...

thank god i thought i was alone in this thing i don't care about the fact that every other team gives the players the week off, how many losing seasons have the 9ers had in a row? let's get this thing right this year at all costs.
Originally posted by kronik:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by kronik:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

Why are you comparing pro football players jobs with the common people's jobs? If you want to compare, compare them to other NFL teams. Do other NFL teams give their players time off during the bye (regardless of a win or loss), the answer is YES.

fact is it's how they make their money so i'm comparing it to how we all make our money. so maybe their body's do need a rest what is wrong with light walk throughs and film study?

So this is your rebuke??

Anyways, a bye is not just a chance to rest the body, it's also to refresh the mind. Sometimes, it's good to get away mentally. You come back better and stronger this way.

PS: How old are you?

I'm 27 buddy
Originally posted by Giant9er:
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Originally posted by Ronnie49Lott:
It's not like these guys are teachers and get the summer off. There is no off season.

you talk as if teachers jobs are so easy.

It must not be. They don't do a great job as it is. Look at the test scores in the state lately.

And, YES. They should get 4 days off win or loose a game.

you make an interesting argument.
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by kronik:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

Why are you comparing pro football players jobs with the common people's jobs? If you want to compare, compare them to other NFL teams. Do other NFL teams give their players time off during the bye (regardless of a win or loss), the answer is YES.

fact is it's how they make their money so i'm comparing it to how we all make our money. so maybe their body's do need a rest what is wrong with light walk throughs and film study?

you don't think they're doing film study on their own time? most of the teams bring their laptops with films on them to study after practices... if you watch takeo tv. at the end of the night he does 3 things before going to sleep. he does a electro massage, uses the oxygen chamber and he studys film every night! so if you think they aint working or bringing home work when it's a bye you gotta be smoking something! they're professionals! and the ones who choose not to be studying are those who are failing the system!
Originally posted by alanbeez22:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by kronik:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

Why are you comparing pro football players jobs with the common people's jobs? If you want to compare, compare them to other NFL teams. Do other NFL teams give their players time off during the bye (regardless of a win or loss), the answer is YES.

fact is it's how they make their money so i'm comparing it to how we all make our money. so maybe their body's do need a rest what is wrong with light walk throughs and film study?

you don't think they're doing film study on their own time? most of the teams bring their laptops with films on them to study after practices... if you watch takeo tv. at the end of the night he does 3 things before going to sleep. he does a electro massage, uses the oxygen chamber and he studys film every night! so if you think they aint working or bringing home work when it's a bye you gotta be smoking something! they're professionals! and the ones who choose not to be studying are those who are failing the system!

how did you know i've been smoking something? u a cop man?
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by alanbeez22:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by kronik:
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

Why are you comparing pro football players jobs with the common people's jobs? If you want to compare, compare them to other NFL teams. Do other NFL teams give their players time off during the bye (regardless of a win or loss), the answer is YES.

fact is it's how they make their money so i'm comparing it to how we all make our money. so maybe their body's do need a rest what is wrong with light walk throughs and film study?

you don't think they're doing film study on their own time? most of the teams bring their laptops with films on them to study after practices... if you watch takeo tv. at the end of the night he does 3 things before going to sleep. he does a electro massage, uses the oxygen chamber and he studys film every night! so if you think they aint working or bringing home work when it's a bye you gotta be smoking something! they're professionals! and the ones who choose not to be studying are those who are failing the system!

how did you know i've been smoking something? u a cop man?

only two kinda peoples can catch a smoker! cops... and other smokers hahahaha!
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by Giant9er:
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Originally posted by Ronnie49Lott:
It's not like these guys are teachers and get the summer off. There is no off season.

you talk as if teachers jobs are so easy.

It must not be. They don't do a great job as it is. Look at the test scores in the state lately.

And, YES. They should get 4 days off win or loose a game.

you make an interesting argument.

teachers have to work beyond contract hours every week. Teaching a lesson is the easy part. Its the creating lessons for all students (everyone's different remember), grading, and reflecting about how to make lessons better that go far beyond the allotted 8 hour work day. If you are bitter about test scores you got to realize that those tests are bias to race, and not everyone learns by text books and standards, take the movie Slum Dog Millionaire for example, his life experience helped him.
Originally posted by matt49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by matt49er:
why do the players have off anyway? rest the ones w/injury and stick them in film study. these players make millions of dollars and they are off several months out of the year. why do they need a week off? we got our butts kick and face a stretch of games we need all the work we can get. This also would have helped us figure out what we're going to do w/the OL and get Crabtree up to speed faster.

We were out played because ATL has faster players, came out hungry, and were prepared after their bye week.

Singletary's experience as a HOF play realizes the importance of a bye week: the only time in a 5 month stretch the players can see extended family and children. The team usually has extra practices early next week to make up for the time they had off.

Saying Singletary is crazy for given them a break is ignorant, he more than most coaches know the importance of 4 days off.

do you guys get bye week's at your job? you probably have a little vacation but you don't make millions and have off 5 months out of the year either. why can't players families come visit them? it's not like they can't afford to fly them in and put them up.

Go play in the NFL and then tell us how easy it is.
If you had a bad day at work you wouldn't want your vacation canceled lol.
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