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Old 01-29-2013, 04:47 PM
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how about Ickey Woods?
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Old 01-29-2013, 05:28 PM
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Best of luck to Jim, but our run game hasn't exactly been good in quite some time.

2012: 18th in yards, 20th in yards per carry
2011: 19th in yards, 27th in yards per carry
2010: 27th in yards, 32nd in yards per carry

Any other team would've already fired Jim Anderson and Paul Alexander for those rankings alone.

Can we please get a modern RB coach now? Someone with experience?
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Old 01-29-2013, 05:38 PM
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Hope there isn't anything wrong with him. It seems wierd to just announce your retirement after you started scouting but ok. All in all I hope this means we are going after Bernard, that alone would make me attend every game possible..lol.
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Here is a candidate...
Burton Burns

http://www.rolltide.com/sports/m-foo..._burton00.html




Burton Burns is in his sixth season with the Alabama Crimson Tide football program in 2012 as associate head coach and running backs coach. The New Orleans native is regarded as one of the best coaches in college football and was named the Football Scoop Running Backs Coach of the Year following the 2008 season.

Over 15 seasons as a college assistant coach, Burns has regularly produced versatile running backs that have been effective in every phase of the game. His players have proven to be equally effective as pass catchers, as well as in the running game. Few in college football can say they have coached a Heisman Trophy finalist, but Burns can claim a pair dating back to the 2009 season, including the 2009 recipient Mark Ingram and 2011 finalist Trent Richardson.

Burns turned in another masterful coaching job in 2012. As injuries hammered away at the Tide's depth at running back, junior Eddie Lacy and true freshman T.J. Yeldon stepped to the forefront and combined to rush for 2,182 yards and 27 touchdowns. UA ranks 20th nationally in rushing and second in the SEC with an average of 224.6 yards per game.
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Old 01-29-2013, 05:53 PM
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Happy retirement Jim! You've earned it with dedication, passion, and respect. You will always be missed but never forgotten...
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Old 01-29-2013, 05:58 PM
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Best of luck to Jim, but our run game hasn't exactly been good in quite some time.

2012: 18th in yards, 20th in yards per carry
2011: 19th in yards, 27th in yards per carry
2010: 27th in yards, 32nd in yards per carry

Any other team would've already fired Jim Anderson and Paul Alexander for those rankings alone.

Can we please get a modern RB coach now? Someone with experience?
What is the problem with showing any class on these boards? Was not best of luck Jim good enough for this thread? I mean your opinion of the run game and his tenure has been made pretty evident in other threads.
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There are a couple things that stand out.
Last week Anderson was at the Senior Bowl and doing what he's done for the last 2 decades.
Scouting RBs and up and down back and forth.
Marvin Lewis has not said one thing or made a parting comment about Anderson's sudden retirement.
If Anderson wanted to retire,would have he done as soon as the season was over with?
why go down to Mobile and come back and say I'm done?
I commend Anderson sticking with this organization for 3.5 decades.
Theres something to be said about loyalty in this age of "me me me"
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:24 PM
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Like many here, I am surprised as well. I hope everything is ok with his health. Wish him all the best in retirement.

Like many here, I also find the timing rather odd. I am just speculating here, but there might be a change in RB philosophy coming. It will be interesting to see who gets the job and who gets drafted.
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:47 PM
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What is the problem with showing any class on these boards? Was not best of luck Jim good enough for this thread? I mean your opinion of the run game and his tenure has been made pretty evident in other threads.
I'm sure he's a good guy, but I want what's best for the Cincinnati Bengals. It's not like Jim is dying. He's just retiring. He was well compensated with one of the best jobs on the planet for 30 years. No disrespect to him, but sometimes I wish Mike Brown weren't so loyal to everyone. Best of luck to Jim, but I think change was needed anyway.
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Old 01-29-2013, 07:12 PM
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There are a couple things that stand out.
Last week Anderson was at the Senior Bowl and doing what he's done for the last 2 decades.
Scouting RBs and up and down back and forth.
Marvin Lewis has not said one thing or made a parting comment about Anderson's sudden retirement.
If Anderson wanted to retire,would have he done as soon as the season was over with?
why go down to Mobile and come back and say I'm done?
I commend Anderson sticking with this organization for 3.5 decades.
Theres something to be said about loyalty in this age of "me me me"
You're not paying attention. Marvin Lewis said quite a bit about Jim
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Old 01-29-2013, 07:26 PM
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I wish him the best in retirement. He was a very good rb coach for us over the years. But disagreed with his opinion of late of the style of back the team needs. Anyways good luck to him, and I hope the organization replaces him with someone that can be better (meaning someone that is very very good).
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Old 01-29-2013, 07:39 PM
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There are a couple things that stand out.
Last week Anderson was at the Senior Bowl and doing what he's done for the last 2 decades.
Scouting RBs and up and down back and forth.
Marvin Lewis has not said one thing or made a parting comment about Anderson's sudden retirement.
If Anderson wanted to retire,would have he done as soon as the season was over with?
why go down to Mobile and come back and say I'm done?
I commend Anderson sticking with this organization for 3.5 decades.
Theres something to be said about loyalty in this age of "me me me"
Reading something into nothing. Maybe he was going to retire immediatelyn after the season and the team asked him to stay until after the Mobile trip to get his input as to what he saw first hand.
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He helped develop some good backs for us in the past, but the game has passed him by.
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What is the problem with showing any class on these boards? Was not best of luck Jim good enough for this thread? I mean your opinion of the run game and his tenure has been made pretty evident in other threads.
Why are you taking it so personally? You act as if this thread is somehow a card that's making it around the office to be given to him, and Shake just did something horrible.

What better place to talk about how you feel this move affects the team than in a thread about Jim Anderson, and in one that is about his leaving? Seriously.

This board is for discussion. C'mon, lighten up, bud.
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:34 AM
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Montee isn't Anderson's style. He probably wants someone like Lacy, a bruiser. Montee is more of a Ray Rice type of back. Which is not Anderson's type.
Montee isnt fast and is an in between the tackles runner, he offers little in the way of agility and only thrived because of a stout run blocking Wisconsin offensive line. Montee doesnt have break away speed and often gets run down by defenders. Ball would be a successfull NFL 3 down guy if and only if he had a good line to run behind, and a good quarterback and recieving corp to keep defenses from loading the box.


He is Jim Anderson's ideal running back, and 5'11" 215lbs is not a Ray Rice type of back.
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Old 01-30-2013, 01:18 AM
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Hey, Shake, Toast, Yellow! Glad you won't be at my retirement party. Nothing like a good swift kick after three decades.

You don't have to heap false praise on anyone, but Jesus! Let it go.
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I don't think it's speed and pass catching ability. Anderson has always looked for that as well, which is why he has brought in guys like Chris Perry, Kenny Irons, etc.

I think it's been more of a body-type thing. He never seems to like the stocky, powerful, quick guys like Rice, MJD, Marshawn Lynch. He either likes he big power backs like Dillon, Rudi, Cedric, or guys in the mold of James Brooks, Kenny Irons, Bernard Scott... Sort of a thinner slashing type as opposed to the thick, stocky, powerfully built bowling ball types with speed and quick cutting ability that have been so successful.

Cedric Peerman is built more in the mold of he ray rice type back. Everyone seemed to think he deserved more playing time, but for some reason the coaching staff always avoided using him.
Marshawn lynch is 5'10-5'11 and about 217 lbs. Very much in the same mold as Benson, Rudi, and Dillon (except Dillon was like 225-230). If anything, I would compare Marshawn Lynch's body type to Benson's (note how i said body type, not playing style).
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Hey, Shake, Toast, Yellow! Glad you won't be at my retirement party. Nothing like a good swift kick after three decades.

You don't have to heap false praise on anyone, but Jesus! Let it go.
I haven't said anything about the guy. Let what go?
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Just spit balling an option here, but since Chip Kelly has moved up the the NFL and the Ducks have had a track record of really developing some good backs, why not hire Gary Campbell, the Duck's long-time running back coach away from University of Oregon. I have heard nothing but good things about this guy.
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Hey, Shake, Toast, Yellow! Glad you won't be at my retirement party. Nothing like a good swift kick after three decades.

You don't have to heap false praise on anyone, but Jesus! Let it go.
You act as if JA will read this thread.

I appreciate JA's work with James Brooks and Corey Dillon. Feel better?
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Marshawn lynch is 5'10-5'11 and about 217 lbs. Very much in the same mold as Benson, Rudi, and Dillon (except Dillon was like 225-230). If anything, I would compare Marshawn Lynch's body type to Benson's (note how i said body type, not playing style).
Totally different. Just because guys are similar heights and weights doesn't mean they're close to the same body type.
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If it could have only been Paul Alexander. Alexander is the worst coach in the NFL. At least Anderson has shown repeated success. Alexander has not.
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I know it is still fairly soon, but has anyone seen any replacement candidates? You think we will hire from within or from college or NFL? Who we hire might determine what kind of RB we will be taking.

Wish Jim all the best and hope everything is alright with him. Did wonders for our backfield for the many years he was here!
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I know it is still fairly soon, but has anyone seen any replacement candidates?
Here comes the third Hayes brother, Jim.
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