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    Maybe - I might have been wrong.

    After discussing the game with Tawn, I came to realize something. It might not be Linehan who is eating the lead paint chips.

    Maybe it's Olsen.

    He is the Offensive COORDINATOR. The offense is his responsibility. And to me, the offense is uncoordinated.

    The defense is holding its own. We all said we'd be happy with a middle of the pack defense.

    But the offense is still as uncoordinated as a nerd at a track meet.

    But...I'm still laying the responsibility of an 0-7 record on Suzie Linehan's shoulders.


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    Re: Maybe - I might have been wrong.

    I blame both, they're both offensive coaches, Linehan was brought in to be a better mix than Martz, but he was still an OC before he got the job. He deserves the blame if for nothing else than not getting a better OC than Olsen.

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    Re: Maybe - I might have been wrong.

    yea linehan was supposed to come in and balance out the martz gameplan which was a lot of games with 40 attempted passes but i still see the 40 attempted passes to this day but the main thing thats lacking is when martz offense used to throw 40 times our team ends up with 30-35 points and the completion ratio be not too far behind
    Torry Holt Dont play that

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    Re: Maybe - I might have been wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by letsgoramz View Post
    yea linehan was supposed to come in and balance out the martz gameplan which was a lot of games with 40 attempted passes but i still see the 40 attempted passes to this day but the main thing thats lacking is when martz offense used to throw 40 times our team ends up with 30-35 points and the completion ratio be not too far behind
    Linehan did bring balance ... Under Mad Mike we couldn't run very well consistently, but we could pass big time. Linehan brought true balance in that we still can't run well consistently, and now we can't pass either ... yep ... we're balanced now !!!

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    Re: Maybe - I might have been wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by MauiRam View Post
    Linehan did bring balance ... Under Mad Mike we couldn't run very well consistently, but we could pass big time. Linehan brought true balance in that we still can't run well consistently, and now we can't pass either ... yep ... we're balanced now !!!
    thats very sad,but very true and funny.

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