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  1. LaFluer is a teacher, and just as importantly, he's a learner. He will continue to work on perfecting his craft just as Rodgers, and learning new ways to help his success. That is how you earn Rodgers' respect. McCarthy stopped working years ago, and was never good in the first place.
  2. Second Round WR - It’s Time

    So Rodgers prefers working with people who know how to do their jobs? Why is that such a bad thing?
  3. Second Round WR - It’s Time

    Funny, I am a TN fan and am curious why you choose him. I loved him in college and he's got electric quickness and separation ability. But of course those fans aren't used to having good receivers and don't understand that it takes time to come together in most cases.
  4. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    Hmm, I hope so. I just think that everyone is wearing rose colored shades now that we have someone besides Capers. 3 of his last 4 red zone defenses were in the bottom half of the league. That's a direct reflection of coaching. And we weren't decimated with injuries when we were dismantled by CJ Beathard. We were outcoached.
  5. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    2011 (Jets) - 20th 2012 (Jets) - 20th 2013 (Bills) - 20th 2018 (Packers) -22nd These are Pettine's latest scoring defenses. Can someone please tell me why in the world we are bringing him back? Indy spent $25M on their entire defense, yet they are top 10 in scoring. It will be fun, yet again, to be talking about how we are in need of so many more players before we can have a decent defense. Murphy wants to talk about complacency, he needs to look at himself. He wants to give coaches chances that they haven't earned. Looking forward to the defense blowing it again.
  6. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    I havea difficult time seeing Clay returning. Lafluer will emphasize discipline, just doing your job and not trying to do too much . That's the opposite of Clay.
  7. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    Got it. I assumed they were referring to Kerry since they were on the same staff.
  8. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    Coombs ain't coming here. He's an Ohio State guy like Vra bel and left the school to join his staff.
  9. packers selcet mAtt leFleUr as head coah

    I'm a Tennessee fan. Don't look at the stats. He's a great hire and exactly what this organization needs. We will improve in every single area, though it will probably take time to gel.
  10. Aaron Rodgers Appreciation Thread 4.0

    He has a bad/injured OL , injured receiving corp with one legit receiver, a RB who doesn't get the ball,a bad defense, a bad coach, bad kicker, and a bum knee. Packers fans are about as stubborn as they come.
  11. You Are In Control. Who Replaces McCarthy?

    I'm not sold on DeFilippo either, but he did have a hand in an offense which won a SB with a backup QB. How did McCarthy's offense stack up with a backup? Anyway, he doesn't have Rodgers and he has one of the worst OLs in the league. Minnesota's OC from a year ago isn't looking so hot now, nor is Keenum, so that was just a fluke year from all parties involved, not a basis for comparison. There are clearly issues with personnel which were hidden, presumably because the defense was playing at such a high level. Frank Reich is doing a fantastic job in Indy without an All Star supporting cast around Luck, and he has absolutely no play calling duties in Philadelphia. Vrabel coached one of the worst defenses in the league last year, now he has one of the best . Gute will have to do more than simply look at NFL.com stats to determine if a coach can succeed here, just as other GMs shouldn't judge McCarthy solely by his offense's stats with the most talented and improvisational QB and of all time.
  12. You Are In Control. Who Replaces McCarthy?

    McCarthy has Rodgers and looks like a bum, so, no. He'd play to the weaknesses of the offense and the strengths of the defense and make executing a simple play look like performing open heart surgery.
  13. You Are In Control. Who Replaces McCarthy?

    I vote Outpost, because he clearly understand the QB position better than Aaron Rodgers and will be able to teach him how to play properly.
  14. Aaron Rodgers Appreciation Thread 4.0

    He has a coach who actively works to make things more difficult on the entire team.
  15. You Are In Control. Who Replaces McCarthy?

    He's not an offensive coach. Several DCs from that tree have been successful elsewhere. The #1 defense in the league has a former NE defensive coordinator. The best college coach of all time was a DC under Bill B.