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- Jun 30, 2009
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- Raleigh, NC
Absolutely, I agree with the bolded statement 100%, in fact that brings up another question. Do we currently actually have a team leader on offense-the way Fletcher is on the defensive unit? It's beginning to seem to me that we don't-and that includes Griffin. The coaching staff seems mired in a quagmire of acknowledging something is wrong and trying things without a lot of success over and over-partly due to a bit of egotistical hard-headedness, IMO, reluctant to accept the "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results" definition of insanity and as a result blinding themselves to other viable options.You clearly were never a US Marine
And Garçon is clearly not a team leader either. That's what we need. And yeah? Keep his mouth shut and having those discussions face to face behind the scenes IS what Garçon and everyone else should be doing. Garçon would do well to focus on his own issues this season and let the coaching staff worry about the other guys on the offense.
Lanky's post about Cooley's Haynesworth comments feels uncomfortably plausible to me. Just what in the hell is going on in that locker room? Here's my problem. It's not that the talent isn't there-it is, some of performing better than expected (Hello Mr. Reed!) and some of it deteriorating or floundering around with no discernable consistent improvement just occasional flashes (Hey Leonard and Aldrick). Santana, you took Garcon's comments a little personally did ya? Kinda sounds like you might have. Prove on the field that you're not one of the problems then you can complain, ok? My current discontent covers Mr. Griffin as well. Robert, get your self-pitying head out of your arse, play smart, don't try to act like your knee is all-better, admit you ain't what you were last season and make the necessary adjustments until you are-you got the skills and the smarts, use 'em dammit.
Sorry, I got caught up in the moment there.