Per MT press
Per MT press
Another thing that seems like it should of been a fundamental team rule placed back in training camp. This team is straight up reactionary instead of being sound from top to bottom.
I didn't mind it. It's not as if scoring TDs is a common occurrence for this team. They had it 1st and goal on the 2 and didn't get one. A little exuberance after a sweet play was kind of fun.
This is up there with cutting Butler for Mesko. Looks/sounds good but there was zero change in productivity (possibly less). Activity does not equal accomplishment. Silly and stupid rules - no flips, no ping-pong, etc. are laughable when you have a 1-4 team that can't block at all, puts little to no pressure on the opposing QB, can't score TDs and took 5 games to get the first turnover. Stop pretending to coach and provide leadership and actually do it. This petty micro-management BS aggravates me.
This is dern near a text book definition of making a mountain out of a mole hill.
He said in which I agree on, is the potential of an injury. Did you guys see the flip, it look like an easy injury.
I was watching the game with my 8 year old son and he asked me if Sanders was going to get a penalty for showboating?
I teach my players in the youth football team i coach in, that showboating is not tolerated.
It's also a penalty in our league.
He was shocked when i told him there wasn't a penalty for that in the NFL.
I told him Sanders is just a moron and was lucky he didn't injure himself after that.
While I personally have no problems with showboating (makes the game more fun), the flipping is an injury risk on a team that is already short-handed.
i hope he told Brown to stop dropping the damn ball,to then!!!
Man I thought it was funny to see it happen. I don't see it as an issue this time. If I were to say happen over and over than yea, stop with the flips. But for a team who finally get it's first win and at that point in the game we pushed out lead to two scores ,for the first time all season, I thought it was cool.