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No Coordinator ... hmm, interesting.

Discussion in 'Green Bay Packers Fan Forum' started by vixtalkn, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. vixtalkn

    vixtalkn Cheesehead

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    New England, which will open camp a full four days ahead of any other team, has changed in a significant way since beating Philadelphia in the last Super Bowl. Both coordinators left the team for head-coaching jobs, and coach Bill Belichick chose not to replace offensive coordinator Charlie Weis, now the Notre Dame coach. Instead, the Patriots will utilize a group approach in which Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady will be heavily involved, with assistant coaches. http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f ... DP1B41.DTL

    I could see Sherm and FavreO doing this. Will be interesting to see if the Pats stay with this approach.
     
  2. Miskito

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    I think Belichick could pick plays out of a hat and they'd still be fine.
     
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    It's no different than what Holmgren does.
     
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    IPBprez Cheesehead

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    Exactly - in fact - it's specifically what Holmgren did with Favre (who's copying whom now?) - ..probably because he "had" to... but, in truth it worked out real well and kept the Offense on the same page all game long... Not to mention, with Shurnur at the helm on D, then he could see how htings were shaping up with limited conversation to Holmgren throughout....

    Ya think, Sherman is watching and reading this news?
    YOU KNOW.. Favre is.......!
     
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    It will be like what Sherman did last year, except Bill won't have an OC.
     

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