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Totally superficial observations:

- Epic surname! (which makes up for his real given name being Giovanni...)

- He's a former Central Michigan head coach

- Dude beat cancer.

- He looks like a slightly heavier version of Hank from Breaking Bad.

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2 hours ago, BStanRamFan said:

In 13 seasons as a ST coach, he had two Top 10 units. 

In the same amount of time Bones only had 5. Yes it's more but hardly qualifies for the Sainthood he's given by Rams fans. Recent history though he's produced better with lesser talent than Bones did for the Rams so all we can do is move forward and hope for the best. 

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14 minutes ago, NVRamsFan said:

In the same amount of time Bones only had 5. Yes it's more but hardly qualifies for the Sainthood he's given by Rams fans. Recent history though he's produced better with lesser talent than Bones did for the Rams so all we can do is move forward and hope for the best. 

Obviously hope for the best. Sainthood for Bones is more than just a ST ranking though. Hekker has been top punter in the league for a while now, with the exception of the Arizona Week 17 game, Bones has been spot on with fake plays, and was given ability to draft in later rounds for special teams purposes. Plus the players loved him.

Just pointing out that although last year Bonamego had recent success, it was more of an outlier comparatively speaking. 

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50 minutes ago, BStanRamFan said:

Hekker has been top punter in the league for a while now, with the exception of the Arizona Week 17 game, Bones has been spot on with fake plays, and was given ability to draft in later rounds for special teams purposes. 

And the disaster of a play vs Pittsburgh. 

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18 minutes ago, LeotheLion said:

And the disaster of a play vs Pittsburgh. 

Yeah that one too. Might of been Fassel's time to go. No argument here. McVay clearly wants more say so in all aspects of his team, which you love to see from your HC after 3 seasons. Everyone he's hired is YOUNG. He will have more say in special teams and defense then ever before. Let's see if his coaching tree continues to grow. 

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