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Some Heads Need To Roll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by PackerLegend, Dec 3, 2006.

  1. PackerLegend

    PackerLegend Cheesehead

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    This is awful first 26-0 then 35-0 and now 31-0 in a half. What is going on we suck and im almost ashamed to call myself a packer fan. We need changes and sh!t needs to happen.
     
  2. steveGB

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    while we continue to dominate in losing detroit are 10-10 wif patriots and vikes are 3-7 to bears
     
  3. umair

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    i almost dont even want to listen to the game anymore.

    today we are playing horrible on all sides of the ball today.
     
  4. packedhouse01

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    Whose heads are you going to roll? Seriously, where do you want to start? You don't have anyone who appears to be able to cover anyone on defense. The quarterback has all day long to throw because there is no pressure. The linebackers haven't made a play all day. So which heads on defense do you want? You can't fire them all. On offense, who are you going to start with? The Quarterback, running backs, receivers, line, who? You can't fire them all. Today we look like the bad team many thought we would be before the season started. I thought this was a team on come, apparently I am wrong.
     
  5. porky88

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    I have more respect for the Lions who at least show up and try to play. The Packers don't care no more.
     
  6. PackerChick

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    Dont blink, Woodson just made an interception.
     
  7. steveGB

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    if MM's head should roll it should just be because he shows no emotion to the game and hardly sticks it to the players or try to fire them up. just my opinion. i hate having coaches who show nothing about the game.
     
  8. HatestheEagles084

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    you could tell we came out so flat, which i'm not surpirsed, after such a close game last week...not that thats an excuse but
     
  9. dxbfan

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    He has that 'deer caught in the headlights' kind of look that TT had in his offseason press conferences.
     
  10. IronMan

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    Remeber this one?

    Morency trade

    reporter: "Is Morency schooled in the zone blocking sceme?"

    Ted:(blank stare) "I couldnt tell you."

    :thumbsup:
     
  11. dxbfan

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    Kind of sums it up, doesnt it? But then again perhaps we should give them another year or two j/k
     
  12. gopackgo

    gopackgo Cheesehead

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    SCHOTTENHEIMER!!!


    Yes, I know my caps was on because I'm fuming! It's so sad that we let anyone and everyone roll over our pass D. That is by far the worst part and an obvious place to start.
     
  13. packedhouse01

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    I'll ask this again. Where do you start when you want heads to roll. Who should be gone. Who ultimately must be held accountable? Is it the head coach, the assistant coaches, players, Ted Thompson? I think the issue here is very complex. I don't think much of the defensive coordinator or his assistants. There hasn't been much, if any, growth on defense. On offense you only have Donald Driver and he's a good receiver, he's just not a great receiver. That's it folks.

    No depth means bad special teams.
     
  14. CaliforniaCheez

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    1. One of the secondary coaches has to be a scape goat. The other has the rest of the season to stop the majority of the screwups.

    2. Give Culver or Peprah a shot. Cutting Manuel can wait until the end of the season.

    3. Instead of being lazy why not have a Saturday walk throughs for the team. They seem to forget things by game time.

    4. Move Donald Lee up to be the starter.
     
  15. HatestheEagles084

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    Bubba's time is up, he cant get open, he can't catch...he looked agile on that 6-7 yard run when favre gave him the ball, which was a heads up play by favre, which leads me to belive that this team is 0-12 without him, and we're screwed in the coming years
     
  16. porky88

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    Donald Lee is awful as well. He has really bad hands. Ask Dolphin fans about him. They have some sort of nickname for him. TE was going to be our strong point this year.
     
  17. Bruce

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    There are no easy answers.

    I am not into impulsive decisions that contribute to more instability and chaos, but I think teams cannot afford to take a "stay the course" attitude when they are getting their asses handed to them in their own house.

    @ Lambeau

    0 - 26 LOSS to Chicago

    27 - 34 LOSS to New Orleans -- also coming off a terrible season and with a rookie coach

    20 - 23 LOSS to St Louis -- also coming off a terrible season and with a rookie coach

    31 - 14 Beat Arizona -- the one win at home this season

    0 - 35 LOSS to New England -- who Detroit took to the wire today

    10 - 38 LOSS to Jets --also coming off a terrible season and with a rookie coach


    It may be too early to panic and make hasty decisions, but it certainly is not too early to take notice and evaluate.
     
  18. millertime

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    Demote manuel and collins. lets see what peprah and culver can do. oh but they're 2 rookies!!! they CANNOT be worse than the chumps out there now!
     
  19. vixtalkn

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    2 things seem obvious to me:

    One, our opponent's receivers are always open. Two, our receivers are never open.

    Is it talent, technique, scheme, or what, I don't know. Somebody tell me.
     
  20. yooperfan

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    I agree 100% with your evaluation and I have thought this throughout the season.
    To me it stands out like hunter orange in Lambeau Field.
     
  21. Buckeyepackfan

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    The big problem is we have to use maximum pass protection, keeping in our rb and/or te to help the O-line, that only leaves 2 or 3 guys out in pattern with the d being able to double cover DD and GJ.

    We do not have enough wr's who are a threat to defenses for them to worry. They use their blitz packages pretty much whenever they want to.

    just MHO
     
  22. spardo62

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    I would agree, extensive use of max protection due to young line; lack of depth at WR; and, no playmaking ability at TE leaves very few offenswive options. These issues need to be addressed in the offseason, but if a team can barely use 3 WR sets not to mention 4 WR sets and only uses 2 TE's for blocking, it severely handicaps the offense.

    On the defensive side of the ball, I think much has to do with coaching, as a strong argument can be made that save for 1 or 2 positions the talent has been upgraded or is at least the same as last year. That entire staff needs to be put under the microscope and changes made where appropriate. My previous statement notwithstanding, we also need to upgrade our talent at both S, DL, DE, and nickel DB to truely be a top notch defense.
     

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