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1 hour ago, BringBackFergy said:

Daboll yells at players? This is the last straw. I am so done with this team. 

 

 

But he does give them orange slices at halftime, so he’s not a complete monster. 

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1 hour ago, Loosh said:

That explains everything now...the William & Mary connection.  Never held an off. coordinator job for more than 2 years.  Good luck with Daboll.  I see the offense no better off with this cast-off.   Local boy or not.

Yes because this tells the whole story always

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17 minutes ago, Augie said:

 

 

But he does give them orange slices at halftime, so he’s not a complete monster. 

 

 

 

certainly do NOT want a raging monster like Dopey Dickie Jauron lurking on the sidelines.......heaven forbid.............he handed out lemon slices....beast..........

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2 hours ago, QB Bills said:

Can I patent "just throw Daboll!" when we all get sick of his old school, run-first scheme? I'm guessing this happens by week 3.

 

No I work for Patent and Trademark Office and that is not something you can patent.

 

You can patent a flag you stick up your ass that automatically waves when he calls run.

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2 hours ago, Ifartalot said:

Brian Daboll's coaching resume':

 

Twelve jobs in 20 years.....hmmm ? 

Must be a great interview!

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Just now, Limeaid said:

 

No I work for Patent and Trademark Office and that is not something you can patent.

 

You can patent a flag you stick up your ass that automatically waves when he calls run.

 

 

...how soon can you get THAT paperwork ready?......LMAO.......

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2 hours ago, Aussie Joe said:

Daboll to Colt McCoy.., “Why the (expletive) did  we draft you?”

 

Well... he is was right there..,

 

Harsh but fair..

 

Well since he was not part of front office "Why the (expletive) did  the (expletive) (expletive) front office draft you?” would be more appropriate.

Just now, OldTimeAFLGuy said:

...how soon can you get THAT paperwork ready?......LMAO.......

 

The USPTO is one of the few agencies which make money so as soon as you file paperwork with fee. 

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2 minutes ago, Limeaid said:

 

Well since he was not part of front office "Why the (expletive) did  the (expletive) (expletive) front office draft you?” would be more appropriate.

 

The USPTO is one of the few agencies which make money so as soon as you file paperwork with fee. 

 

....get busy!....I'll scrape up the cash for your "flag raising"......I'd bet Preparation H would be a great sponsor along with KY Jelly....😀

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1 hour ago, ColoradoBills said:

Some think he was too young for his first OC gigs and he has matured as a coach.

I hope that is true and under a "stable" environment in Buffalo he will evolve into a good OC.

 

Head Coach fired good portion of his hand picked staff after one year and before that he dumped several good coaches/

The environment is not "stable".

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2 hours ago, Ifartalot said:

Brian Daboll's coaching resume':

 

Twelve jobs in 20 years.....hmmm ? 

Most interesting of all: he joined Mangini before the 2007 season, and shortly afterward (September 9, 2007 to be precise) Spygate happened.  He also followed Mangini to Cleveland and served under him both years he was there. Yet the Pats took him back. Hmm. The dude's been involved in a lot of soap opera drama over the years. (He was also in NE for deflategate.)

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3 minutes ago, Limeaid said:

 

Head Coach fired good portion of his hand picked staff after one year and before that he dumped several good coaches/

The environment is not "stable".

 

I think you may of missed my meaning.  I was stating that IF Daboll can show promise in becoming a good OC he can have a stable (2.3 or longer)

career in Buffalo.  I would think McDermott would like to see someone he "trusts" take over more and more of the Offense.

This would probably mean Daboll having more input on offensive coaches, players, etc.

 

Like I said, I hope it works out that way.

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Limeaid said:

 

Head Coach fired good portion of his hand picked staff after one year and before that he dumped several good coaches/

The environment is not "stable".

 

 

.....isn't the "my guys versus their guys" the norm leading to instability be it players, coaches or even Admin/FO?.....I believe (for whatever reason) Crossman is the lone holdover....but if some of these guys who get dumped hook on with another club in short order, they must see value in the guy's skills IMO.....

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2 hours ago, Ifartalot said:

Brian Daboll's coaching resume':

 

Twelve jobs in 20 years.....hmmm ? 

Agreed.  That’s more than a bit scary.  I wonder how many of those positions he was fired from

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20 minutes ago, Limeaid said:

 

Head Coach fired good portion of his hand picked staff after one year and before that he dumped several good coaches/

The environment is not "stable".

 

The life of a coach....

 

Must be rough on young families with kids. 

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I don't know about Daboll's relationship with Colt McCoy but I agree with Jimmy Johnson:

 

"I don't believe in football intelligence and being dumb off the field," he said. "If he's dumb off the field, he's going to make dumb problems off the field and that's going to be just as big a problem as being dumb on the field."

 

On his "Football Life" program he said:  "Hit me in the head with a hammer the next time I want to draft a dumb guy."

 

Perhaps McCoy was a little hard-headed and that's one of the reasons Daboll dealt with him the way he did.  I've probably interviewed 1000 candidates for jobs in my professional life.  I've been able to discount probably 90% of candidates within the first 5 minutes of the interview.   If you can't reason with someone, they're going to be virtually impossible to deal with on a daily basis.

 

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8 minutes ago, NewEra said:

Agreed.  That’s more than a bit scary.  I wonder how many of those positions he was fired from

 

I wonder how many he was a lame duck because his head coach was fired.

 

I'm not going to label Daboll as having a temper issue based on one store about him yelling at one player.  

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2 minutes ago, NewEra said:

Agreed.  That’s more than a bit scary.  I wonder how many of those positions he was fired from

 

Some of those jobs are promotions so those should not be concerns.

In cases where head coach was let go unless you have a good reputation you will be let go unless there are limits on staff funding (and there should be).

 

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Coaches yell all the time.   That's sports.  Listen to what they're saying not how they're saying it.

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3 hours ago, QB Bills said:

Can I patent "just throw Daboll!" when we all get sick of his old school, run-first scheme? I'm guessing this happens by week 3.

 

Only if you tell it to his face. I dare you.

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Hm. -Where there's smoke...

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1 hour ago, dave mcbride said:

Most interesting of all: he joined Mangini before the 2007 season, and shortly afterward (September 9, 2007 to be precise) Spygate happened.  He also followed Mangini to Cleveland and served under him both years he was there. Yet the Pats took him back. Hmm. The dude's been involved in a lot of soap opera drama over the years. (He was also in NE for deflategate.)

 

Have you tracked his whereabouts during the JFK assasination?

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53 minutes ago, purple haze said:

Coaches yell all the time.   That's sports.  Listen to what they're saying not how they're saying it.

 

 

 

...LMAO...shades of Holler Kollar................

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If you can’t handle a coach yelling in your headset your chances of being a star were probably pretty low anyways.

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