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The Chargers Hire Phil McGeoghan as WR Coach - Bills Hire Terry Robiskie to Replace Him

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1 minute ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

Not sure why you would propose an unrealistic swap of Williams for Jones with no real chance of it happening. 

 

It was more a joke because we all know the reason why we drafted Jones.  Now the reason why we drafted this disaster is now gone.

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Just now, Ittakestime said:

 

It was more a joke because we all know the reason why we drafted Jones.  Now the reason why we drafted this disaster is now gone.

 

Patience man.  

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Just now, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

Patience man.  

 

Don't have patience for a WR with bad hands.  The dude was literally setting records for drops.  He has played WR for how many years and still can't catch?  Not sure how one day it will just happen.

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9 minutes ago, Ittakestime said:

 

Don't have patience for a WR with bad hands.  The dude was literally setting records for drops.  He has played WR for how many years and still can't catch?  Not sure how one day it will just happen.

 

He showed excellent hands at ECU, it's a mental thing that he'll hopefully overcome. 

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Interesting. Can't say that I'm all that upset about him choosing to leave. But he didn't exactly have a whole lot to work with either, so... 

 

Culley makes a lot of sense in that role, with a more traditional QB coach hired (who can help with mechanics etc).

Butif they are already interviewing WR coach replacements, im not sure if that's something they're even considering. 

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1 minute ago, BillsFan4 said:

Interesting. Can't say that I'm all that upset about him choosing to leave. But he didn't exactly have a whole lot to work with either, so... 

 

Culley makes a lot of sense in that role, with a more traditional QB coach hired (who can help with mechanics etc).

Butif they are already interviewing WR coach replacements, im not sure if that's something they're even considering. 

 

Moving him does make sense, but it looks as if that's not the direction they are going in. 

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17 minutes ago, BuffaloRush said:

WWS....WE WANT SONJAY (Lall)

Agree. All of the WRs at the time told how much they helped them prepare.

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3 minutes ago, holmz56 said:

AVP for QB coach !Aaron Rodgers liked him!!

 

Then, in a pinch, they can activate "dough-boy".

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46 minutes ago, Ittakestime said:

 

Don't have patience for a WR with bad hands.  The dude was literally setting records for drops.  He has played WR for how many years and still can't catch?  Not sure how one day it will just happen.

Once again, the user name checks out.

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1 minute ago, KelsaysLunchbox said:

Once again, the user name checks out.

 

Maybe his username refers to microwave popcorn. 

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I sure would like more info now that they have a Key position to fill !! WR's Group as a whole looked pretty weak to me. and that's Not the ones that were unable to suit up .
This is is a  "Key to the Game"

 gotta improve the Offense techniques

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Jones was playing most of his games with a bad shoulder and will have a new QB throwing to him next year which should help him considerably.

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3 minutes ago, Wily Dog said:

Jones was playing most of his games with a bad shoulder and will have a new QB throwing to him next year which should help him considerably.

wish they told as that during the season. he was never listed.
Not fond of hindsight conclusions. I do not mean you good Sir WD.
 so post season someone says he was injured most of the year ?

no he sucked. even if he was injured. For plenty of reasons including route running ( at times ). is it Coaching?

Likely all of the above. 

Glad they are moving on from him.

 

Sanjay !

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2 minutes ago, 3rdand12 said:

wish they told as that during the season. he was never listed.
Not fond of hindsight conclusions. I do not mean you good Sir WD.
 so post season someone says he was injured most of the year ?

no he sucked. even if he was injured. For plenty of reasons including route running ( at times ). is it Coaching?

Likely all of the above. 

Glad they are moving on from him.

 

Sanjay !

 

http://www.dallascowboys.com/news/2018/01/18/coaching-tracker-latest-status-updates-cowboys-offseason-coaching-moves

 

Sanjay Lal (Wide Receivers Coach)

Replacing the departed Derek Dooley, Lal is expected to be named the new wide receiver coach, although the Cowboys have yet to make a formal announcement. Lal has 11 years of NFL coaching experience with four teams, most recently with the Colts this past season.  

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Both Robiskie and Robinson have the experience and pedigree head coach Sean McDermott values in his assistants.  Robiskie, 63, has been an NFL assistant for over 35 years, coaching for six different organizations.  His first coaching job was with the Los Angeles Raiders in 1982.

 

Robinson, 65, has spent 27 years in the NFL with six different teams, as well as three years as a college assistant at Georgia Tech and two in the USFL with the Memphis Showboats, where he began his pro coaching career in 1984.

 

McGeoghan was hired by McDermott last offseason after spending 2016 as the wide receivers’ coach at East Carolina University.  He was Bills’ second-round pick Zay Jones’ position coach there for Jones senior season.  Prior to that, McGeoghan spent three years with the Miami Dolphins.

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2 hours ago, Ittakestime said:

 

Don't have patience for a WR with bad hands.  The dude was literally setting records for drops.  He has played WR for how many years and still can't catch?  Not sure how one day it will just happen.

To your point, he went from catching everything to suddenly struggling to catch the ball. It just happened one day, so hopefully the switch can be flipped back in the other direction. Hopefully just rookie jitters.

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50 minutes ago, 3rdand12 said:

wish they told as that during the season. he was never listed.
Not fond of hindsight conclusions. I do not mean you good Sir WD.
 so post season someone says he was injured most of the year ?

no he sucked. even if he was injured. For plenty of reasons including route running ( at times ). is it Coaching?

Likely all of the above. 

Glad they are moving on from him.

 

Sanjay !

I believe that the seriousness of the shoulder issue showed up in the post season physical as did Eric Wood's problem, thus they didn't know .

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