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What will it take to be a passing team again.

Eliminate the dropped passes.... Zoinnnnggg!!!
Originally posted by vermonator:
Eliminate the dropped passes.... Zoinnnnggg!!!

LMAO...this is SO true too! I'm STIL waiting for anyone on our team to make a nice, circus catch and bail Alex out. Seriously. We've seen GREAT catches by the opponents so far for TD's, big 3rd downs, etc. Hell, many have been one-handers with defenders draped all over them!
Originally posted by English:
To answer your question in the title, a new Head Coach.

Yep.

Lock thread.
Barkley
Originally posted by PopeyeJonesing:
Originally posted by English:
To answer your question in the title, a new Head Coach.

Yep.

Lock thread.
This! and all other post don't come close!
Originally posted by Jesu80ncleats:
Originally posted by PopeyeJonesing:
Originally posted by English:
To answer your question in the title, a new Head Coach.

Yep.

Lock thread.
This! and all other post don't come close!

As many others have said, the philosophy of the coach has to change.

- 98
Originally posted by fly15:
Barkley

This! Charles Barkley at LT! Good call!
Backs going to have to be against the wall (see saints game)

This staff will only take shots when they have no choice. Is the underlying reason just the mentality? is it because of personnel? Hard to say
Originally posted by English:
To answer your question in the title, a new Head Coach.

But true....
Originally posted by susweel:
Better WRs, better OL, better RBs, better TEs and better coaching.

wow, we would have to improve in a lot of areas to field a team that would finish with the same record.
You say we are "Stuck" in ground and pound but that's where we want to be. If we were not able to execute it we would take to the air more.
[ Edited by gold49er2183 on Sep 29, 2012 at 1:06 PM ]
Originally posted by nannite:
Originally posted by susweel:
Better WRs, better OL, better RBs, better TEs and better coaching.

wow, we would have to improve in a lot of areas to field a team that would finish with the same record.

Yes all those areas are subpar according to some.
Schembechler combined superb technical command of the game with a fiery disposition. Schembechler's Michigan teams were known for their fundamentally sound, physical, and fierce style of play. Under his watch, the Wolverines traditionally featured strong defense, dominating offensive lines, and a power-running attack. In the words of one commentator, Schembechler coached a "remorseless and punishing" brand of football



Harbaugh's offense is a combo of Schembechler offense and Walsh WCO passing game. I have no doubt.
Go be a fan of a passing team?



Jesus Christ.
geez---i kind of enjoyed going to the NFC title game last year, more so than i would have enjoyed a 500 yard passing game..
if it aint broke dont fix it