in our coaches ability to make the changes necessary to get a different result.
There is no reason any other back besides Blount should be on the field unless he is gassed.
Rejus should be on the field at every opportunity, even if that means sitting Parker or Winslow.
You should run the ball out of 3 receiver sets that dont involve shotgun, this will really give the playaction a boost and force the defense to use players that have no chance against Blount, or to keep LB's on the field that cant cover our receivers. (any of these guys play Madden).
Parker is no upgrade on kick and punt returns over Spurlock. He doesnt have the vision or the speed to make up for lack of vision that Spurlock provides.
The lockout is no longer an excuse in my eyes. Penalties are about self control and concentration, these men are paid lots of money to pay attention at the minimum and they cant do it. They are paid alot of money to control their emotions at a minimum and they cant do it. Maybe Raheem isnt connecting the he claims to be. Every week there is a key player making an extremely bad penalty at a critical moment, Aqib in the fourth quarter against the Bears, Blount "openhanding" an opponent against the Saints in the REDZONE. Smh!
They coaches watch tape week in and week out of the same exact horrible plays they call and scratch their head just like we do.Then come out and run the same horrid plays all over again expecting to get a different result.
Raheem boasts about being "physical, consistent, smart" and this team hasnt done it all year long. Well that type of philosophy starts with coaching, and even from last year there has been no improvement.
I know this post has no real direction, just had to get some stuff off my chest.
Any comments or questions?