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Bring in Dan Enos next year

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1 hour ago, Buffalo716 said:

Culley is super respected in coaching circles. Idc if he hasn’t held a “QB” coach job in a while

 

Hes a FOOTBALL coach. He knows about a lot of offensive positions and he is a respected Xs and Os coach. That’s what you want in a QB coach... a guy who can see the QB position from multiple angles and coaches good technique 

 

Daboll is probably on the hot seat first, he isn’t as respected as Culley and has failed as an NFL o coordinator...

 

and who has Enos developed? Not Tua who was already a star the day he stepped on campus and hurts is still Hurts... he didn’t develop either 

 

He developed Drew Stanton and Hurts has played much better under his tutelage.

 

He had success with Arkansas’ QB’s too.

 

So why didn’t the Bills’ hire Culley as the OC If he’s as great as you suggest? I’d like to see younger coaches rather than retreads.

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22 hours ago, westside said:

Can he develop the OLine?

That is absolutely what I want to see....bring in someone that actually has shown a track record of improving OL play

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3 minutes ago, Sky Diver said:

 

He developed Drew Stanton and Hurts has played much better under his tutelage.

 

He had success with Arkansas’ QB’s too.

 

So why didn’t the Bills’ hire Culley as the OC If he’s as great as you suggest? I’d like to see younger coaches rather than retreads.

 

Some coaches have different strengths and weaknesses...

 

Some are teachers and students of the game. They are Xs and Os coaches and teach players how to see the game...( The fake screen wheel TD Pass is all QB coaching, not play design... it’s a simple play, the execution by Allen was all taught by the QB coach... sold the screen in the flat, re locked on at the safety and held him, then quickly fired to his target.. that is what a QB coach is there for.. teaching how to manipulate defenses on a play)

 

as for calling a game... he may not be the best in game play caller and that doesn’t make him a bad coach... it’s a hard job to be a good NFL playcaller... Daboll is struggling 

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3 hours ago, Sky Diver said:

 

Enos has coached for a number of different programs. 

 

Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1991-1993 Michigan State (GA)
1994–1995 Lakeland (OC/QB/WR)
1996 Northern Michigan (OC/RB)
1997–1998 Southern Illinois (QB/WR)
1999 Missouri State (OC/QB)
2000–2002 Western Michigan (QB)
2003 North Dakota State (OC/QB)
2004–2005 Cincinnati (QB)
2006 Michigan State (QB)
2007–2009 Michigan State (RB)
2010–2014 Central Michigan
2015–2017 Arkansas (OC/QB)
2018–present Alabama (QB)

 

He has recent experience coaching QB’s unlike Culley.

 

Seems like a guy who could replace Daboll if required.

Word. I like the Arkansas years. I'll take it. Looks like he just missed showing Connor Cook how not to **** up in the pros. Might even have ran away from the bust cause he saw it coming. That's a plus.

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3 hours ago, Buffalo716 said:

Culley is super respected in coaching circles. Idc if he hasn’t held a “QB” coach job in a while

 

Hes a FOOTBALL coach. He knows about a lot of offensive positions and he is a respected Xs and Os coach. That’s what you want in a QB coach... a guy who can see the QB position from multiple angles and coaches good technique 

 

Daboll is probably on the hot seat first, he isn’t as respected as Culley and has failed as an NFL o coordinator...

 

and who has Enos developed? Not Tua who was already a star the day he stepped on campus and hurts is still Hurts... he didn’t develop either 

In fairness, Hurts is LIGHT YEARS better in the passing game this season than the first two years. Not sure how much of that is Enos, however...

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1 hour ago, BillsFanCRNA said:

In fairness, Hurts is LIGHT YEARS better in the passing game this season than the first two years. Not sure how much of that is Enos, however...

 

Hurts is not the full time starter . And is now an upperclassmen 

 

he had like 17 TDs to 1 pick last year till the Natty Championship game... he isn’t an NFL QB prospect but he can play QB at 100+ D1 schools 

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On 10/1/2018 at 10:02 PM, Buffalo716 said:

 

Hurts is not the full time starter . And is now an upperclassmen 

 

he had like 17 TDs to 1 pick last year till the Natty Championship game... he isn’t an NFL QB prospect but he can play QB at 100+ D1 schools 

I agree, Hurts is NOWHERE near an NFL QB. However, you said Hurts was still Hurts. That is simply not accurate. He is MUCH improved when it comes to seeing the field, and getting through progressions. I simply said Jalen is better this year. I can't say whether that has anything to do with Enos or not. I do find it telling that he stayed at Bama (as the backup) instead of redshirting. He may feel as though he is learning more from Enos than he could elsewhere?

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On September 30, 2018 at 8:31 PM, Sky Diver said:

 

QB coach.

 

He’s gotten a lot more out of Hurts than Daboll.

 

 

Hurts was 13-1 under Daboll.

 

He was benched under Enos.....

 

lol.

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