Nice to know somebody around here has 20-20 vision. Amen.I see the facts of last season have not stopped our troll "Truth" from spouting his repeated ignorance.
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#82 May 5, 2008
Since: Nov 07
#83 May 5, 2008
In the book "Next Man Up", there's an interesting part where Billick is walking over the bridge to M&T and someone asks him who's offense it was, his, or Cavanaugh's. He answers: "Mine". Whether it was Cavanaugh, Fassel, or Neuheisel as OC, is was still Billick's offense/philosophy -- DON'T attack, DON'T take advantage of the opponent's weaknesses, just protect the ball and try not to make any mistakes, jockey for field position, let your defense keep you close enough in the game to trot out Matt Stover and win that way.
What is the point to keep bringing in new OC's? Scapegoating.(i.e. blame it on them). After all, who did Billick fire in 2006? Who was left to fire in 2007 when he took total control of the offense in 2007? See ya, Brian.
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