Dawinner127 wrote:I love this guy! Also read somewhere that Rex said if they win the coin toss this Sunday against Miami, they are going to take the ball and try and get the offense rolling instead of all these slow starts.
I heard he is going to bury the coin if they lose the flip. Could be a really bumpy practice field in due course.
I heard he is going to bury LT at the end of the season.
portisfan24 wrote:This guy can coach? Sure didn't look like it on Monday.
He can coach. He was just outcoached and outplayed. He certainly can motivate.
"There is no charge for awesomeness or attractiveness." - Po (Kung Fu Panda)
bagobonez wrote: No but they should bury that bastard strength and conditioning coach who cheated and tripped that Miami player.
Hope he gets booted from the team to be honest. No need for that, whatsoever.
C'mon. Sure it was wrong, but losing his job over it? Fine or suspend him, but don't fire him. Players do much worse and still suit up on Sundays.
I disagree as I think he should be fired and suspended from the NFL. Coaches are more than just tactical leaders or technique correctors, they are examples for their team. There *should* be a high level of scrutiny and coaches should pride themselves on the example they set. How are they supposed to motivate players to do the right thing if they themselves cannot?