Originally posted by fly15:Originally posted by DonJulio:Originally posted by Ether:
Seems as though Alex is trying hard to not throw his coaching staff under the bus.
I think thats what it is. I'm sure Alex, deep inside, is smiling at the fact that Vernon and Crabs have spoken up.
But Alex won't say it, he's a nice-guy, a SMART guy, and is good at giving an interview (i.e. knowing what to say, knowing what not to say)...and he won't say ANYTHING that can be twisted by the media to pit a QB and his coach against each other.
Smart?? Who knows.. (not as a qb for sure). Giving interviews?? ohh yea, he's great, he should retire n go work 4 for some local tv channel, cause thats the only good thing he can do in game day!! I hope he can explain his interception as well.
He's a BUST!!!!!!!!!! and he's the problem...
Alex is not the major problem. The O-line is and if you can't see that then maybe you need to learn how to watch football. Alex was pressured all day long barely having time to set his back foot when he threw. On the few times he had time the DBs had the receivers bottled up and it resulted in coverage sacks. The coaching staff also need to recognize that this offense needs to be a spread type offense and not a power I team. The team resonded much better in the spread/shotgun than power I. You can't put a square peg in a round hole. Just won't work. Sing needs to learn this.