Re: Hopefully these conversations take place after the season.
posted at 11/15/2012 9:48 AM EST
In response to mbeaulieu07's comment:
Belichick: (To Romeo Crennel once he's fired in KC) We'd love to have you back running the defense, things haven't been the same since you left and your experience and working knowledge of what we like to do would be a huge value to this team moving foward.
Crennel: (To Belichick) Sign me up, I wanna come back.
Belichick: (To Matt Patricia) I think you're an up and coming coach and have I confidence in your abilities, but the defense just isn't where I want it or where it needs to be... with that being said, we're bringing Romeo in to run the defense. You'll still be part of the defensive staff and will be re-assigned.
Patricia: (To Belichick) I understand and wish we could've performed better, want to remain on the staff and want to be part of the development moving forward.
Belichick: (To Josh Boyer in his best Trump voice) You're foyid (fired).
Boyer: (To Belichick) I undertand, wish things would've worked out differently... thank you for the opportunity.
Belichick: (To Brian Flores in his best Trump voice) You're foyid (fired).
Flores: (To Belichick) I undertand, wish things would've worked out differently... thank you for the opportunity.
Let us bow our heads in prayer. Been hoping for a while now. We all know Crennel is overwhelmed coaching a team but he is a still a great coordinator. If Cassel was any good he would win some games. They went toe to toe with Pittsburgh and held them to a low scoring output. Miss thos days.
Rkarp , the diff, would be, although having the same scheme, that Romeo wouldnt coach scared and would blitz when necesarry. OUr scheme persey isnt zone, cover 2. Our schemes have always been to disguise coverage and that has hurt us too by being out of position, but our Scheme isnt one that doesnt involve blitzing but guys like Matt are too scared to call an agressive gameplan. Romeo knows how to call a defense. Matty doesnt, plain n simple.