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

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Terry Robiskie and Joe Avezzano should be in the HoF of assistant coaches who knew proper positioning to always get on camera.   

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12 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

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

 

...didn't he play most of the season with a torn labrum and recently had surgery?.................

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1 minute ago, OldTimeAFLGuy said:

 

...didn't he play most of the season with a torn labrum and recently had surgery?.................

 

He did, but that shouldn't have had any effect on passes that hit him in the hands.  Although I can see that being a problem when he needed to reach for passes or holding on when DBs attempted to knock the ball out. 

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14 hours ago, BillnutinHouston said:

 

Anthony Lynn apparently disagrees.

 

Yea. Every coach in the NFL is a good coach because an NFL team hired them.  That's definitely how it works.  

 

I have nothing against him personally but after one year as the WR coach in Miami (two years as Assistant WR before that) he was allowed to leave and the same after one year in Buffalo.  Suggests the teams who have had him in that role have not exactly been clamouring to keep him.  

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Just now, BigBuff423 said:

 

This was the hire I hoped for once it came out the Bills were in the market. 

 

Good pickup for the coaching staff who brings a wealth of experience.

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7 hours ago, GunnerBill said:

 

Yea. Every coach in the NFL is a good coach because an NFL team hired them.  That's definitely how it works.  

 

I have nothing against him personally but after one year as the WR coach in Miami (two years as Assistant WR before that) he was allowed to leave and the same after one year in Buffalo.  Suggests the teams who have had him in that role have not exactly been clamouring to keep him.  

Got it. You know better than Anthony Lynn. 

 

 

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