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Old 11-05-2012, 05:28 PM
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:31 PM
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:33 PM
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I don't know what's PA and what's not, but I think if you plug in virtually anyone else at Center, we'd have a really good O line.

I think We're pretty decent as is at Pass Blocking but with as horrific as we are at center, it's really holding us back.
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For years he's taught pass blocking well, and has taught it REALLY well since '09.

But he doesn't seem to have a clue run blocking; we've been bad at this since '06.
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:36 PM
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DON'T THINK SO....his butt should be on the unemployment line or trying out his piano playing skills for "America Has Talent". I have had enough of his coaching over the past 15 years. He's horrible.
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:37 PM
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:49 PM
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How's Nate Livings doing for the Cowboys?
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Is there a point you're trying to make in here somewhere?
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Surprisingly
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:33 PM
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For years he's taught pass blocking well, and has taught it REALLY well since '09.

But he doesn't seem to have a clue run blocking; we've been bad at this since '06.

Yeah, those pass blocking skills that he taught were really on display yesterday. With all that time that Andy had to scan the field, I'm suprised they didn't hang 40 on the Broncos.
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Yeah, those pass blocking skills that he taught were really on display yesterday. With all that time that Andy had to scan the field, I'm suprised they didn't hang 40 on the Broncos.
Aside from 'dre and Faine, our line was really good in PBing yesterday...
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Aside from 'dre and Faine, our line was really good in PBing yesterday...

Truck, come on man, 2 out of 5 is 40%...

No way in hell that yesterday's performance can in any way, shape, or form, be described as anything even close to good. Andre had an unusually rough time, I'll give him that much. But still, we had Whit giving up penalties (albeit better than the alternative), Boling looking like a lost Jr. High boy on a routine screen pass, Faine doing his best imitation of a Sherman's necktie, etc.

I'd say that the pass pro. yesterday was about 80% bad.
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Old 11-05-2012, 08:10 PM
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Aren't we 2nd in the league with the holding calls?

Paul Alexander is not good. He chose Livings over Mathis. Started Boling at RG when Williams went down, instead of starting Boling at LG and moving a crappy Livings to RG. This would have made only one position on the line bad, instead of BOTH LG and RG. For some stupid reason, the Bengals had ABSOLUTELY no one on the roster groomed to replace Cook.

This guy isn't a good coach in my book.
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Old 11-05-2012, 08:16 PM
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Aren't we 2nd in the league with the holding calls?

Paul Alexander is not good. He chose Livings over Mathis. Started Boling at RG when Williams went down, instead of starting Boling at LG and moving a crappy Livings to RG. This would have made only one position on the line bad, instead of BOTH LG and RG. For some stupid reason, the Bengals had ABSOLUTELY no one on the roster groomed to replace Cook.

This guy isn't a good coach in my book.
The W-L record would bear that out too.
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Surprisingly

Maybe in his "grades", the same way he did with the Bengals, but if you watched the game last night, he looked like the same old Livings to me. One of the primary reasons that Romo is always on the run...
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Maybe in his "grades", the same way he did with the Bengals, but if you watched the game last night, he looked like the same old Livings to me. One of the primary reasons that Romo is always on the run...
Mhm, yesterday was one of his worst games of the year.
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Paul Alexander is a great o-line coach like Icehouse is a great beer.
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Surprisingly
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Haha, this cracks me up 'cause Icehouse tastes like warm dog ****.
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PA had the awesome scheme yesterday that had Zeitler blocking 2 players. Not sure I've ever seen anything quite like it
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