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Postby Titan33 » Wed Oct 06, 2004 11:57 am

My first day here - Who are some coach/player combos that the coach is killing a potential stud?
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Postby MEK4178 » Wed Oct 06, 2004 11:58 am

Butch Davis.
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Postby Titan33 » Wed Oct 06, 2004 11:58 am

What player in particular?
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Postby Shock Wave » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:05 pm

Cowher, in relation to the Staley/Bettis situation. Staley gets all the yardage and does all the work and should be rewarded with the TD carries, atleast in my eyes. Instead a guy with 372 rushing yards has a total of 0 rushing TD's while a guy with 22 yards has 5. Doesnt really make sense to me but Staley deserves those TD's IMO.
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Postby strats36 » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:15 pm

Shock Wave wrote:Cowher, in relation to the Staley/Bettis situation. Staley gets all the yardage and does all the work and should be rewarded with the TD carries, atleast in my eyes. Instead a guy with 372 rushing yards has a total of 0 rushing TD's while a guy with 22 yards has 5. Doesnt really make sense to me but Staley deserves those TD's IMO.


I agree that Cowher is the worst. A guy in my league plays both Bettis and Staley. I feel bad for him because that's like getting one RB for the price of two. I am not, however, going to point this out to him.
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Postby Chopper » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:34 pm

Worst coaches for fantasy football:
1. Butch Davis - Which of these will score more fantasy points in any given week: Suggs? Green? Morgan? Northcutt? Garcia? A. Davis? Opposing DST?
2. Mike Tice - Have the Vikes ever had a number 1 RB for three consecutive weeks? Sure injuries play a role, but is there a coach less forthcoming about his plans?
3. Mike Martz - Somebody should let him know about this Faulk guy
4. Mike Shanahan - He will not hesitate to lie to the public about injuries - May be good for the Ponies.....sux for us
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Postby detroit_to_denver » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:37 pm

Gotta agree with the Cowher. If he would let Staley get the TDs he earns Staley would be having a monster year. Instead he is turning into a bust and the only way he is going to get a TD is from 10 or further away.

Gonna end the season with 1200 to 1300 yards and 2 TDs. He could have been a steal with the round most people got him in.
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Postby bungle613 » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:40 pm

Chopper wrote:Worst coaches for fantasy football:
1. Butch Davis - Which of these will score more fantasy points in any given week: Suggs? Green? Morgan? Northcutt? Garcia? A. Davis? Opposing DST?
2. Mike Tice - Have the Vikes ever had a number 1 RB for three consecutive weeks? Sure injuries play a role, but is there a coach less forthcoming about his plans?
3. Mike Martz - Somebody should let him know about this Faulk guy
4. Mike Shanahan - He will not hesitate to lie to the public about injuries - May be good for the Ponies.....sux for us


Good list.

Based on player rotation this is the top of the list for me as well. I would add Wannstedt and Haslett for their absolutely rotten red zone play calling abilities.
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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:46 pm

Nice list Chopper - Id like to add Jim Mora to that list for the same reason Shannahan is on it. He has a history of distorting injuries and he has suggested he doesnt plan on changing that anytime soon.

Martz is the Inspector Gadget of the NFL. Has a ton of options, completely clueless how to use them, wins despite his decisions, and he is his own biggest fan.
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Postby JtotheF » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:51 pm

Dennis Erickson in SF.

1. You can only pass when you can run.
2. And you can only run the draw when you can pass.

Those affected? Everyone but the safety valve Eric Johnson.
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