Haslett has earned a consideration for the job again. That is all. But I think Romeo Krennel or, heck, maybe even Raheem beat him out. Should be interesting.
Oh, and to the thread starter... It's hard to take your desire too seriously for him to stay when you can't even spell his name right.
Originally Posted by Mike Shanahan
I can see the arguments on both sides. He's had literally nothing to work with this year, so its hard to say its his fault but thats the way the NFL works most of the time. I think if Tanard & Merriweather were around they'd help quite a bit in not getting gashed so bad each week.
Injuries happen to every team, but them, plus the lack of depth in our secondary and pass rush and it kills this defense.
There is a reason Haslett never lasts more than 2 years at any coaching job... I just can't figure out the reason why he continues to get hired.
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I agree, I kept wondering if it was his schemes or players not executing. Injuries have definitely been an issue, mainly our pass rush. If we had all of our starters we would be getting a lot more pressure thereby helping out our secondary.
I still want us to bring in Rex Ryan when he eventually get axed by the Jets.
Matching Rex Ryan's defense with our offense would be dominate.
I don't agree.
I'd look at the premiere teams that run the 3-4 and make a run at the top assistant to their D-Coord. I want a younger hungry D Coord who isn't a HC retread.
Maybe Haz hasn't had the pieces he needs. But I think he's had plenty of time to adjust to some things and hasn't.
I will say this: Haslett has called much better games the last few weeks than he has a bit earlier in the year. We're utilizing guys a little bit better.
I don't want him back next year, but if he can keep calling games like this I'm not sure I'd mutiny, either. But that's a big "if".
I am mixed on this. I do see great game planning and scheming at times. Bad execution at times. But I do think keeping continuity is huge. I am on board.
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Griffin said that he was going to watch the game with his family and that he will never attend a Super Bowl if he needs a ticket to get in.
If it was simply just this game that made you want Haslett to stay than you must've been drinking whatever Kool-Aid Gruden was pounding during the game.
The movement on defense that we saw last night is the exact same thing we've been doing all year. The personnel we have in the secondary don't quite fit the scheme we have in place but we are managing to win games.
Like I said after the game, I don't know why the Giants insisted on running the ball because it just was not going to work against our front seven. Only unexpected run plays (read draws) really gain any yards on our D in the run game. But the big passing plays will always be there as long as we have the overall crap secondary we do.
However, credit to Cedric Griffin for what I thought was a hell of a game.
Receivers are consistently wide, wide open in Haslett's scheming. Have ever seen a team give up more 3rd and 20's than the Redskins? Even in this good game of his, we routinely were giving up big easy plays. In the first half the Giants controlled the clock and the game for 20 plus minutes, right?
Not remotely satisfied.
Is this a joke? Haslet not the problem? Hasn't gotten a fair shake? We have won three divisional games by holding on defensively and the offense performing very well. If you watched the same game I did last night, you saw a defense give up a field goal at the end of the half when there was 40 seconds left on the clock. No pass rush and soft coverage. You can see that D.Hall can't run or cover Victor Cruz one on one when he is running a go route. Haslet has no answer for good offensive minds and good QB's. Eli sat back in the pocket and surveyed the field and had all the time in the world to find a reciever. Haslet has to go because he will continue to make poor coaching decisions that will cost them games. Why do you think this is his 4th or 5th team?
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