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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by JustAnotherBearsFan99, Jan 28, 2014.
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that is going to be a big FA win for Sea; I hate Carroll, but he's definately a players coach, and apparently in a good way, not in a camp Lovie-Dovie kinda of way.
At the end of the day dollars talk. I can't stand Carroll either, but I know players love him...maybe if I played for him I'd understand...but something about him just annoys me.
dollars do talk, but tie goes to the guy you want to play for.
I really don't have many thoughts about Carroll other than he was a wee bit unethical at USC. He's obviously a helluva coach and turned around a pretty pathetic team. After his first stint in the NFL I thought the Seahawks were making a big mistake hiring him, but obviously they knew a little more than me...imagine that.
Trestman is too new to be known by many... No surprises here..
Pete Carroll is a scumbag, and I hope Peyton Manning beats his team 59-0 and sneaks up behind him and drops gatorade on his dumbass.
Also this: Trestman is letting his actions do the talking. Fixing what previously thought unfixable, he's destined for greatness.
Thats exactly it.. He's doing it with people Lovie couldn't do it with.
Loyalty is the most likely reason they haven't warmed up to Trestman. Lovie may have been a players coach, but he didn't get the performance out of them.
Interesting though, you could say our defense quit under Trestman, and our offense quit for Lovie..
i disagree Ski... Trestman doesn't have the same team Lovie had ;)
So saying he didn't do it with the same talent doesn't really add up. And yes, adding a competent O-line, TE and the development of AJ is enough to say that. The offense didn't improve from Trestman yet lol they just got newer and older ;)
I know people blame Lovie, but I blame the franchise. Emery has done the work JA didn't do and that is why we are seeing change.
Love him or hate him Pete Carroll is a very good coach and will be for a good while. Good coaches are exactly like franchise QBs not enough of them to go around. That's why you see ding dong coaches go from team to team and finally get the proverbial door to the ass like Jauron and Wannstedt. Bears have had just as many great coaches as they have had franchise QBs. Lets hope the door has finally stop swinging in Chi-town.
Well, in relation to the defense, I hope they enjoy smaller paychecks on shittier teams, lol
2014 ... its actually 2014 ... there are no questions ... only answers.
320 players surveyed out of 1696 on active rosters (19%), but no mention of how many from each team or more specifically how many Bears were surveyed. They imply that only 2 out of a much larger number. Typical use of statistical info without revealing methodology or full results.