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Just now, Packer_ESP said:

If a coach smiles in the booth, is hr really a coach?

Better than sleeping in it I guess?

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29 minutes ago, Outpost31 said:

You're still in Flat Earth times. 

What a well rounded reply?!?

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4 hours ago, Packer_ESP said:

If a coach smiles in the booth, is he really a coach?

Does anyone hear him fall?

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Sounds like #12 is starting to buy in a bit, if while recognizing it’s the good stuff.

 

 

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From PackersNews

It was watching LaFleur work hands-on with the quarterbacks during individual and small-group periods. If you didn’t know better, you’d have thought he was the quarterbacks coach, not the head coach, with the way he talked and gestured with them between snaps.

LaFleur in effect is serving as the primary quarterbacks coach, though his quarterbacks coach by title (Luke Getsy) and offensive coordinator (Nathaniel Hackett) were always there instructing before and after each snap as well. That’s definitely a change from the four previous Packers coaches I’ve covered going back to 1993.

“(LaFleur’s) big quote is,
‘If we’re right in the quarterback room we can make up for other mistakes,” said Tim Boyle

Based on what LaFleur, Rodgers and Boyle have said, the hardest part for the quarterbacks isn’t any new footwork techniques they’ll eventually need to incorporate for certain plays. It’s more the new language they’re learning, and old language they’re unlearning.

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Posted (edited)

I'm at least relatively impressed with LaFleur .. definitely doesn't seem out of his element as the top guy.  Winning over Rodgers is a major thing, and he seems well on his way.  It's still the honeymoon period, but early on it seems things are going well.  

Edited by {Family Ghost}

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Here's an article from SI talking about the growing influence of indoor football on the NFL
LaFleur, Nagy, McVay and Sean Payton all took stuff from that league. Basketball on grass

Our HC used to be the QB for the Omaha Beef

https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/05/23/arena-football-influence-nfl-matt-nagy-matt-lafleur-omaha-beef

“That game reminds me of everything in the red zone, because everything is so condensed, and in that league it was condensed wherever you were on the field,” LaFleur said. “Windows would open and close so quickly, you absolutely, 100 percent had to anticipate every throw.”

 

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This guy is coming out with a book on the passing offense of the Titans last season.

 

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Posted (edited)

edit, i clicked the wrong thread and I am stupid

Edited by Norm

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