It's like you rang a bell. This is something you will all look back on and realize how good he actually was. And I will be right here bumping this thread every time to remind you. You have all spent several seasons blaming him for players making idiot mistakes. He can't play the game for them, and we have been a team loaded with dumbass sub-par players for his entire tenure.Everyone seems happy about this.
Cue Extreme telling us how stupid we all are in 3...2...1...
Let's wait to make sure he's not replaced by LeCharles McDaniel before we start celebrating:eclipsee_Victoria:
Isn't he Carlos Rogers favorite coach ?I've never understood it either, Dead. Maybe it's because he always seems to be intense and yelling? Kind of like the Ryan boys.
Players' execution is in large part a reflection on their coach(es).He can't play the game for them, and we have been a team loaded with dumbass sub-par players for his entire tenure.
If I showed you Danny Smith's recent X-Ray which reveals and proves the actual source of the problem, would this convince you ?If we had a different lineup every year on ST and still ****ed up on the regular, I could see the Danny Smith hate. But we almost always had the same group of ****ty ass players. And when we added players, it was always some garbage player like Brandon banks that wouldn't make the PS on other teams. You can not dominate with sub-par talent, no coach can.
Smith was in favor of keeping Gano for distance, and Kai wasn't available then. He also got overruled on Cundiff, look how that turned out.The younger wide receivers didn't improve at a very quick clip under Hilliard.
The special teams have been up and down. Smith was in favor of keeping Gano while Shanahan overruled him and we ended up with 17/18 from Kai Forbath.
Shanahan also had a hand in Niles Paul getting back on returns and he looked good there at the end of the season.
Smith and Hilliard are replaceable.