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    Bill Kollar?

    I think we can all agree about Marmie as DC (He shouldn't be) but what about Kollar as DL coach? 3 first round picks and a second round pick invested in the DL with little to be seen as a result. Is it the talent, or is it the coaching?


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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    That's a very good question, I was just thinking about that yesterday. Kollar has had loads of talent come through his department, yet only Pickett and Little have shown themselves worthy of starting. He's a fan favorite with his non-stop screaming, and has had lower-key players work out [Brian Young, Jeff Zgonina, Bryce Fisher, Tyoka Jackson], but the Rams haven't been able to stop the run for years, and that problem starts on the D-Line. I think he should stay at least one more year on the team, and if Hargrove and Kennedy don't improve, goodbye.

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    Let him go with the rest of the D coaching and start over.If we get a new DC hes gonna want his own picks to coach anyway.
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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    Bill has had his opportunity with the Rams... It appears as if the front office is going to clean house anyway, and a new HC will want to bring in his own staff.

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    he has been given 3 #1 picks and the defense is awful,nice guy,but he must go alnog with marmie.

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    Kick him to the curb...
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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    I suspect he will be gone with the rest of the staff, but in my opinion he is a good coach. Like Jake said, he has had success with less than all-pro players.

    I wish fans would stop looking for scapegoats for poor execution by the players.


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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    The Ball boy won't be held over from that Defense!

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    Poor coaching; I'm sure if we had a soild line coach Hardgrove, Little, Lewis, Kennedy, Pickett, Jackson, Green would be a major force up front.
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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    I'm hoping it's poor coaching, because if it's talent we're going to have problems stopping people for the next couple of years.

    I'd like to see someone else take these guys on and mold them into something special. If they then don't pan out then we can start over.

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    lewis was lovies guy, he was hurt from day one. pickett has developed into a pro bowl level guy. kennedy is a mystery. too soon to tell on hargrove.

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    by the way, does kollar get any credit for developing grant wistrom, bryce fisher and brandon green.

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    Wistrom was drafted before Kollar arrived, Fisher is a very disciplined player, (Air force Academy). Green is still green.
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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    wistrom may have been drafted before kollar arrived, but didnt he help with his development at least somewhat. i could also add pretty good performance from underachievers brian young and jeff zygnonia.

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    Re: Bill Kollar?

    its not kollar's teaching that should be in question as it is the defensive scheme.... kollar did a great job with lovie smith and peter giunta as defesnive coordinators... marmie's scheme does not work period.... in arizona state it didnt work, in arizona it didnt work, and it has killed a once promiseable team with high asperations of super bowls and turned it into" the same ole' sorry ass rams"....

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