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    Haley ain't too bright.

    On the fumble, Ben hurry to the line and for some reason this nitwit slows the play down so he can call a play.

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    Yep. That score is on coaching. Get to the line and get a play off. ANY PLAY!!!

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    The play calling is simply mind boggling.

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    You know. Im pissed off here. Momentum has changed all because coaches mismanaged the game. Ben wanted to get to the line and call a play. Haley held them back which gave Lewis the chance to throw a LATE red flag. Total BS.

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    He had to sub players. the guy can't think on the fly. He's a textbook guru who can't do anything outside of what's in his head. He's gotta go!!!
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    That end around to Cotchery when Brown, Wheaton, and Sanders were on the field was just beyond stupid. The fact that they are currently tied is amazing. And preventing Ben from calling a play, ANY PLAY, was just moronic and reeks of a coach that cares about his own ego more than winning.

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    Running the reverse with Cotchery boggles the mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzTo7 View Post
    That end around to Cotchery when Brown, Wheaton, and Sanders were on the field was just beyond stupid. The fact that they are currently tied is amazing. And preventing Ben from calling a play, ANY PLAY, was just moronic and reeks of a coach that cares about his own ego more than winning.
    Brown and Sanders were not on the field for that endaround to Cotchery. The WR's were Cotchery, Wheaton, and Moye.


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    I agree, doing some sort of end around with the slowest WR on our roster doesn't seem like the best play call of the night.

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    Cotchery has not helped a stuttering offense with key drops & other flubs.
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