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    Re: San Francisco Offers Scott Linehan Offensive Coordinator Job

    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:
    [quote author=singersp link=topic=50231.msg898871#msg898871 date=1232292694]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898868#msg898868 date=1232292368]
    [quote author=marstc09 link=topic=50231.msg898867#msg898867 date=1232292237]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898865#msg898865 date=1232291997]
    Scott could move the ball up and down the field, but he always seemed to struggle inside the redzone.

    Has he fixed his redzone woes?...we shall see.
    Have we ever fixed ours?
    So we get rid of one bad OC and replace him with another bad OC.?...no thanks.
    Hell, we still don't know after 3 years how much Bevell really even does? How many plays does he actually get to call compared to Childress calling them?
    I don't think Bevell calls many, thats for sure, Chilly always seems to have the play chart stuck to his stash.....

    I wish Scott L., the best of luck with the Raiders, he's going to need it.
    Comeon.
    You can't really believe he is still making the calls.
    Seriously, he is working the refs, talking to players or just not saying anything way to many times (when the camera is on him) when plays should be in the process of being sent in.

    Just not enough time for Bevell to sit and wait to see if the Chiller is gonna call a play and then if he doesn't hear him send the play in.
    Just way to confusing to even think he is making plays.

    Now if you want to try to convince me that after the miche is turned off and he and Bevell have a quick chat about what Bevell intends to do based on result of the last play, then I would agree.

    By the way, he refers to the play/crib sheet during defensive plays as well.
    You think he is calling plays for Leslie as well based on that observation?
    [/quote]

    So when chilly is talking with a play chart (book, page, sheet, whatever you want to call it) over his mouth he is just talking about whats on TV after the game?
    [/quote]
    No, thats not what I said.
    Re-read what I said.
    Very few times is he doing that when the play is being called in.
    In most instances when a play is being called in he is working a ref or something of that nature.

    As to what he is doing during the times you just described, he could be asking what Bevell/Frazier are gonna do based on the result of the play that was just sent in.....

    Seriously, we have beat this play calling issue to death for 2 years now.
    It was totally turned over to Bevell this year but the Chiller still kibits/adds input as he sees fit.
    [/quote]


    The way it works is Bevell relays the plays to Chilly.. Chilly decides if he wants to call that

    I think I MAY have even read somewhere that Bevell gives him 3 plays kinda like Manning.. But I don't really remember

    But I do know Bevell relays atleast 1 play to Brad and he sends it in
    [/quote]
    What?
    How in the hell does that work?

    Seriously, think about it for a minute.
    No way in the hell that process works based on what we know....

    a.
    Limited time to get a call in and have the QB call it in the huddle, get to the line, make pre-snap read/adj.
    b.
    Throw in the wildcard were the Chiller is yelling at the ref right after a play instead of relaying in the play that he selects from Bevell.
    c.
    When the QB comes to the side line he talks with Bevell (timeouts) Rodgers when we don't have the ball.

    I need to see what you read that causes you to believe that process is in effect what is going on instead of the myriad of articles over the last 8 months or so were he has said Bevell is making the calls. :
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    Re: San Francisco Offers Scott Linehan Offensive Coordinator Job

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:


    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    [quote author=NordicNed link=topic=50231.msg898877#msg898877 date=1232294023]
    [quote author=singersp link=topic=50231.msg898871#msg898871 date=1232292694]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898868#msg898868 date=1232292368]
    [quote author=marstc09 link=topic=50231.msg898867#msg898867 date=1232292237]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898865#msg898865 date=1232291997]
    Scott could move the ball up and down the field, but he always seemed to struggle inside the redzone.

    Has he fixed his redzone woes?...we shall see.
    Have we ever fixed ours?
    So we get rid of one bad OC and replace him with another bad OC.?...no thanks.
    Hell, we still don't know after 3 years how much Bevell really even does? How many plays does he actually get to call compared to Childress calling them?
    I don't think Bevell calls many, thats for sure, Chilly always seems to have the play chart stuck to his stash.....

    I wish Scott L., the best of luck with the Raiders, he's going to need it.
    Comeon.
    You can't really believe he is still making the calls.
    Seriously, he is working the refs, talking to players or just not saying anything way to many times (when the camera is on him) when plays should be in the process of being sent in.

    Just not enough time for Bevell to sit and wait to see if the Chiller is gonna call a play and then if he doesn't hear him send the play in.
    Just way to confusing to even think he is making plays.

    Now if you want to try to convince me that after the miche is turned off and he and Bevell have a quick chat about what Bevell intends to do based on result of the last play, then I would agree.

    By the way, he refers to the play/crib sheet during defensive plays as well.
    You think he is calling plays for Leslie as well based on that observation?
    [/quote]

    So when chilly is talking with a play chart (book, page, sheet, whatever you want to call it) over his mouth he is just talking about whats on TV after the game?
    [/quote]
    No, thats not what I said.
    Re-read what I said.
    Very few times is he doing that when the play is being called in.
    In most instances when a play is being called in he is working a ref or something of that nature.

    As to what he is doing during the times you just described, he could be asking what Bevell/Frazier are gonna do based on the result of the play that was just sent in.....

    Seriously, we have beat this play calling issue to death for 2 years now.
    It was totally turned over to Bevell this year but the Chiller still kibits/adds input as he sees fit.
    [/quote]


    The way it works is Bevell relays the plays to Chilly.. Chilly decides if he wants to call that

    I think I MAY have even read somewhere that Bevell gives him 3 plays kinda like Manning.. But I don't really remember

    But I do know Bevell relays atleast 1 play to Brad and he sends it in
    [/quote]
    What?
    How in the hell does that work?

    Seriously, think about it for a minute.
    No way in the hell that process works based on what we know....

    a.
    Limited time to get a call in and have the QB call it in the huddle, get to the line, make pre-snap read/adj.
    b.
    Throw in the wildcard were the Chiller is yelling at the ref right after a play instead of relaying in the play that he selects from Bevell.
    c.
    When the QB comes to the side line he talks with Bevell (timeouts) Rodgers when we don't have the ball.

    I need to see what you read that causes you to believe that process is in effect what is going on instead of the myriad of articles over the last 8 months or so were he has said Bevell is making the calls. :
    [/quote]



    They are in the NFL my man.. They got plays lined up before the next play is even done

    It's true man Bevell relays the plays to Chilldress and he sends them in to Jackson

    It doesn't take as long as you would think

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    Re: Scott Linehan declines O-Coordinator Job with 9ers

    Atleast that was the old process unless something changed

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    Re: San Francisco Offers Scott Linehan Offensive Coordinator Job

    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:


    "jessejames09" wrote:
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50231.msg899308#msg899308 date=1232379577]
    [quote author=NordicNed link=topic=50231.msg898877#msg898877 date=1232294023]
    [quote author=singersp link=topic=50231.msg898871#msg898871 date=1232292694]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898868#msg898868 date=1232292368]
    [quote author=marstc09 link=topic=50231.msg898867#msg898867 date=1232292237]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898865#msg898865 date=1232291997]
    Scott could move the ball up and down the field, but he always seemed to struggle inside the redzone.

    Has he fixed his redzone woes?...we shall see.
    Have we ever fixed ours?
    So we get rid of one bad OC and replace him with another bad OC.?...no thanks.
    Hell, we still don't know after 3 years how much Bevell really even does? How many plays does he actually get to call compared to Childress calling them?
    I don't think Bevell calls many, thats for sure, Chilly always seems to have the play chart stuck to his stash.....

    I wish Scott L., the best of luck with the Raiders, he's going to need it.
    Comeon.
    You can't really believe he is still making the calls.
    Seriously, he is working the refs, talking to players or just not saying anything way to many times (when the camera is on him) when plays should be in the process of being sent in.

    Just not enough time for Bevell to sit and wait to see if the Chiller is gonna call a play and then if he doesn't hear him send the play in.
    Just way to confusing to even think he is making plays.

    Now if you want to try to convince me that after the miche is turned off and he and Bevell have a quick chat about what Bevell intends to do based on result of the last play, then I would agree.

    By the way, he refers to the play/crib sheet during defensive plays as well.
    You think he is calling plays for Leslie as well based on that observation?
    [/quote]

    So when chilly is talking with a play chart (book, page, sheet, whatever you want to call it) over his mouth he is just talking about whats on TV after the game?
    [/quote]
    No, thats not what I said.
    Re-read what I said.
    Very few times is he doing that when the play is being called in.
    In most instances when a play is being called in he is working a ref or something of that nature.

    As to what he is doing during the times you just described, he could be asking what Bevell/Frazier are gonna do based on the result of the play that was just sent in.....

    Seriously, we have beat this play calling issue to death for 2 years now.
    It was totally turned over to Bevell this year but the Chiller still kibits/adds input as he sees fit.
    [/quote]


    The way it works is Bevell relays the plays to Chilly.. Chilly decides if he wants to call that

    I think I MAY have even read somewhere that Bevell gives him 3 plays kinda like Manning.. But I don't really remember

    But I do know Bevell relays atleast 1 play to Brad and he sends it in
    [/quote]
    What?
    How in the hell does that work?

    Seriously, think about it for a minute.
    No way in the hell that process works based on what we know....

    a.
    Limited time to get a call in and have the QB call it in the huddle, get to the line, make pre-snap read/adj.
    b.
    Throw in the wildcard were the Chiller is yelling at the ref right after a play instead of relaying in the play that he selects from Bevell.
    c.
    When the QB comes to the side line he talks with Bevell (timeouts) Rodgers when we don't have the ball.

    I need to see what you read that causes you to believe that process is in effect what is going on instead of the myriad of articles over the last 8 months or so were he has said Bevell is making the calls. :
    [/quote]



    They are in the NFL my man.. They got plays lined up before the next play is even done

    It's true man Bevell relays the plays to Chilldress and he sends them in to Jackson

    It doesn't take as long as you would think
    [/quote]
    So when he is yelling at the ref or talking to a player or any number of things he does right after a play and the next play should be called in, does our QB just stand out there and wait for it.

    Again, please give me the link that you read that articulates that process......I did a google and all I can find are 13 pages dealing with Bevell taking over or being delegated the play calling duties...

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    Re: San Francisco Offers Scott Linehan Offensive Coordinator Job

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:


    [quote author=jessejames09 link=topic=50231.msg899330#msg899330 date=1232385290]
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50231.msg899308#msg899308 date=1232379577]
    [quote author=NordicNed link=topic=50231.msg898877#msg898877 date=1232294023]
    [quote author=singersp link=topic=50231.msg898871#msg898871 date=1232292694]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898868#msg898868 date=1232292368]
    [quote author=marstc09 link=topic=50231.msg898867#msg898867 date=1232292237]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898865#msg898865 date=1232291997]
    Scott could move the ball up and down the field, but he always seemed to struggle inside the redzone.

    Has he fixed his redzone woes?...we shall see.
    Have we ever fixed ours?
    So we get rid of one bad OC and replace him with another bad OC.?...no thanks.
    Hell, we still don't know after 3 years how much Bevell really even does? How many plays does he actually get to call compared to Childress calling them?
    I don't think Bevell calls many, thats for sure, Chilly always seems to have the play chart stuck to his stash.....

    I wish Scott L., the best of luck with the Raiders, he's going to need it.
    Comeon.
    You can't really believe he is still making the calls.
    Seriously, he is working the refs, talking to players or just not saying anything way to many times (when the camera is on him) when plays should be in the process of being sent in.

    Just not enough time for Bevell to sit and wait to see if the Chiller is gonna call a play and then if he doesn't hear him send the play in.
    Just way to confusing to even think he is making plays.

    Now if you want to try to convince me that after the miche is turned off and he and Bevell have a quick chat about what Bevell intends to do based on result of the last play, then I would agree.

    By the way, he refers to the play/crib sheet during defensive plays as well.
    You think he is calling plays for Leslie as well based on that observation?
    [/quote]

    So when chilly is talking with a play chart (book, page, sheet, whatever you want to call it) over his mouth he is just talking about whats on TV after the game?
    [/quote]
    No, thats not what I said.
    Re-read what I said.
    Very few times is he doing that when the play is being called in.
    In most instances when a play is being called in he is working a ref or something of that nature.

    As to what he is doing during the times you just described, he could be asking what Bevell/Frazier are gonna do based on the result of the play that was just sent in.....

    Seriously, we have beat this play calling issue to death for 2 years now.
    It was totally turned over to Bevell this year but the Chiller still kibits/adds input as he sees fit.
    [/quote]


    The way it works is Bevell relays the plays to Chilly.. Chilly decides if he wants to call that

    I think I MAY have even read somewhere that Bevell gives him 3 plays kinda like Manning.. But I don't really remember

    But I do know Bevell relays atleast 1 play to Brad and he sends it in
    [/quote]
    What?
    How in the hell does that work?

    Seriously, think about it for a minute.
    No way in the hell that process works based on what we know....

    a.
    Limited time to get a call in and have the QB call it in the huddle, get to the line, make pre-snap read/adj.
    b.
    Throw in the wildcard were the Chiller is yelling at the ref right after a play instead of relaying in the play that he selects from Bevell.
    c.
    When the QB comes to the side line he talks with Bevell (timeouts) Rodgers when we don't have the ball.

    I need to see what you read that causes you to believe that process is in effect what is going on instead of the myriad of articles over the last 8 months or so were he has said Bevell is making the calls. :
    [/quote]



    They are in the NFL my man.. They got plays lined up before the next play is even done

    It's true man Bevell relays the plays to Chilldress and he sends them in to Jackson

    It doesn't take as long as you would think
    [/quote]
    So when he is yelling at the ref or talking to a player or any number of things he does right after a play and the next play should be called in, does our QB just stand out there and wait for it.

    Again, please give me the link that you read that articulates that process......I did a google and all I can find are 13 pages dealing with Bevell taking over or being delegated the play calling duties...


    [/quote]



    I can't find one either at the moment my man

    I'll try to find one.. I wouldn't just make up something like this haha

    I see what ur saying and have no answers for that.. Like I said it used to be the process.. Idk how it is anymore


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    Re: San Francisco Offers Scott Linehan Offensive Coordinator Job

    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50231.msg899754#msg899754 date=1232471161]


    [quote author=jessejames09 link=topic=50231.msg899330#msg899330 date=1232385290]
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50231.msg899308#msg899308 date=1232379577]
    [quote author=NordicNed link=topic=50231.msg898877#msg898877 date=1232294023]
    [quote author=singersp link=topic=50231.msg898871#msg898871 date=1232292694]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898868#msg898868 date=1232292368]
    [quote author=marstc09 link=topic=50231.msg898867#msg898867 date=1232292237]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898865#msg898865 date=1232291997]
    Scott could move the ball up and down the field, but he always seemed to struggle inside the redzone.

    Has he fixed his redzone woes?...we shall see.
    Have we ever fixed ours?
    So we get rid of one bad OC and replace him with another bad OC.?...no thanks.
    Hell, we still don't know after 3 years how much Bevell really even does? How many plays does he actually get to call compared to Childress calling them?
    I don't think Bevell calls many, thats for sure, Chilly always seems to have the play chart stuck to his stash.....

    I wish Scott L., the best of luck with the Raiders, he's going to need it.
    Comeon.
    You can't really believe he is still making the calls.
    Seriously, he is working the refs, talking to players or just not saying anything way to many times (when the camera is on him) when plays should be in the process of being sent in.

    Just not enough time for Bevell to sit and wait to see if the Chiller is gonna call a play and then if he doesn't hear him send the play in.
    Just way to confusing to even think he is making plays.

    Now if you want to try to convince me that after the miche is turned off and he and Bevell have a quick chat about what Bevell intends to do based on result of the last play, then I would agree.

    By the way, he refers to the play/crib sheet during defensive plays as well.
    You think he is calling plays for Leslie as well based on that observation?
    [/quote]

    So when chilly is talking with a play chart (book, page, sheet, whatever you want to call it) over his mouth he is just talking about whats on TV after the game?
    [/quote]
    No, thats not what I said.
    Re-read what I said.
    Very few times is he doing that when the play is being called in.
    In most instances when a play is being called in he is working a ref or something of that nature.

    As to what he is doing during the times you just described, he could be asking what Bevell/Frazier are gonna do based on the result of the play that was just sent in.....

    Seriously, we have beat this play calling issue to death for 2 years now.
    It was totally turned over to Bevell this year but the Chiller still kibits/adds input as he sees fit.
    [/quote]


    The way it works is Bevell relays the plays to Chilly.. Chilly decides if he wants to call that

    I think I MAY have even read somewhere that Bevell gives him 3 plays kinda like Manning.. But I don't really remember

    But I do know Bevell relays atleast 1 play to Brad and he sends it in
    [/quote]
    What?
    How in the hell does that work?

    Seriously, think about it for a minute.
    No way in the hell that process works based on what we know....

    a.
    Limited time to get a call in and have the QB call it in the huddle, get to the line, make pre-snap read/adj.
    b.
    Throw in the wildcard were the Chiller is yelling at the ref right after a play instead of relaying in the play that he selects from Bevell.
    c.
    When the QB comes to the side line he talks with Bevell (timeouts) Rodgers when we don't have the ball.

    I need to see what you read that causes you to believe that process is in effect what is going on instead of the myriad of articles over the last 8 months or so were he has said Bevell is making the calls. :
    [/quote]



    They are in the NFL my man.. They got plays lined up before the next play is even done

    It's true man Bevell relays the plays to Chilldress and he sends them in to Jackson

    It doesn't take as long as you would think
    [/quote]
    So when he is yelling at the ref or talking to a player or any number of things he does right after a play and the next play should be called in, does our QB just stand out there and wait for it.

    Again, please give me the link that you read that articulates that process......I did a google and all I can find are 13 pages dealing with Bevell taking over or being delegated the play calling duties...


    [/quote]



    I can't find one either at the moment my man

    I'll try to find one.. I wouldn't just make up something like this haha

    I see what ur saying and have no answers for that.. Like I said it used to be the process.. Idk how it is anymore


    [/quote]

    I need to throw the bullshit flag here.
    I do not ever remember hearing about that "process".
    I am not saying that anyone here made it up, but it reeks of something that was posted on an internet forum somewhere and some people mistook as fact.

    Childress specifically said that he needed to step away from playcalling because there was a lot more to focus on during the game.
    Getting three options from Bevell and having to confer with him before every play would increase Childress's workload, not vice versa.
    Obviously he is going to have input as the head coach, and I would expect him to know what the play call is on both offense and defense, but he isn't actively making any calls.
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

    =Z=

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    Re: San Francisco Offers Scott Linehan Offensive Coordinator Job

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    [quote author=V4L link=topic=50231.msg899760#msg899760 date=1232471674]
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50231.msg899754#msg899754 date=1232471161]


    [quote author=jessejames09 link=topic=50231.msg899330#msg899330 date=1232385290]
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50231.msg899308#msg899308 date=1232379577]
    [quote author=NordicNed link=topic=50231.msg898877#msg898877 date=1232294023]
    [quote author=singersp link=topic=50231.msg898871#msg898871 date=1232292694]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898868#msg898868 date=1232292368]
    [quote author=marstc09 link=topic=50231.msg898867#msg898867 date=1232292237]
    [quote author=jdvike link=topic=50231.msg898865#msg898865 date=1232291997]
    Scott could move the ball up and down the field, but he always seemed to struggle inside the redzone.

    Has he fixed his redzone woes?...we shall see.
    Have we ever fixed ours?
    So we get rid of one bad OC and replace him with another bad OC.?...no thanks.
    Hell, we still don't know after 3 years how much Bevell really even does? How many plays does he actually get to call compared to Childress calling them?
    I don't think Bevell calls many, thats for sure, Chilly always seems to have the play chart stuck to his stash.....

    I wish Scott L., the best of luck with the Raiders, he's going to need it.
    Comeon.
    You can't really believe he is still making the calls.
    Seriously, he is working the refs, talking to players or just not saying anything way to many times (when the camera is on him) when plays should be in the process of being sent in.

    Just not enough time for Bevell to sit and wait to see if the Chiller is gonna call a play and then if he doesn't hear him send the play in.
    Just way to confusing to even think he is making plays.

    Now if you want to try to convince me that after the miche is turned off and he and Bevell have a quick chat about what Bevell intends to do based on result of the last play, then I would agree.

    By the way, he refers to the play/crib sheet during defensive plays as well.
    You think he is calling plays for Leslie as well based on that observation?
    [/quote]

    So when chilly is talking with a play chart (book, page, sheet, whatever you want to call it) over his mouth he is just talking about whats on TV after the game?
    [/quote]
    No, thats not what I said.
    Re-read what I said.
    Very few times is he doing that when the play is being called in.
    In most instances when a play is being called in he is working a ref or something of that nature.

    As to what he is doing during the times you just described, he could be asking what Bevell/Frazier are gonna do based on the result of the play that was just sent in.....

    Seriously, we have beat this play calling issue to death for 2 years now.
    It was totally turned over to Bevell this year but the Chiller still kibits/adds input as he sees fit.
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    The way it works is Bevell relays the plays to Chilly.. Chilly decides if he wants to call that

    I think I MAY have even read somewhere that Bevell gives him 3 plays kinda like Manning.. But I don't really remember

    But I do know Bevell relays atleast 1 play to Brad and he sends it in
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    What?
    How in the hell does that work?

    Seriously, think about it for a minute.
    No way in the hell that process works based on what we know....

    a.
    Limited time to get a call in and have the QB call it in the huddle, get to the line, make pre-snap read/adj.
    b.
    Throw in the wildcard were the Chiller is yelling at the ref right after a play instead of relaying in the play that he selects from Bevell.
    c.
    When the QB comes to the side line he talks with Bevell (timeouts) Rodgers when we don't have the ball.

    I need to see what you read that causes you to believe that process is in effect what is going on instead of the myriad of articles over the last 8 months or so were he has said Bevell is making the calls. :
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    They are in the NFL my man.. They got plays lined up before the next play is even done

    It's true man Bevell relays the plays to Chilldress and he sends them in to Jackson

    It doesn't take as long as you would think
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    So when he is yelling at the ref or talking to a player or any number of things he does right after a play and the next play should be called in, does our QB just stand out there and wait for it.

    Again, please give me the link that you read that articulates that process......I did a google and all I can find are 13 pages dealing with Bevell taking over or being delegated the play calling duties...


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    I can't find one either at the moment my man

    I'll try to find one.. I wouldn't just make up something like this haha

    I see what ur saying and have no answers for that.. Like I said it used to be the process.. Idk how it is anymore


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    I need to throw the bullshit flag here.
    I do not ever remember hearing about that "process".
    I am not saying that anyone here made it up, but it reeks of something that was posted on an internet forum somewhere and some people mistook as fact.

    Childress specifically said that he needed to step away from playcalling because there was a lot more to focus on during the game.
    Getting three options from Bevell and having to confer with him before every play would increase Childress's workload, not vice versa.
    Obviously he is going to have input as the head coach, and I would expect him to know what the play call is on both offense and defense, but he isn't actively making any calls.
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    Could be man

    I know I heard it during a game one time.. Maybe it was something they experimented with?

    I know they had used it before and probably didn't for long

    I can not find a link either so I have no clue where exactly I have heard it

    I believe it was during a game last year.. People were asking why Chilly has the play card and covers his mouth or something and they said he relays the plays in

    I can't remember much more cuz it was last year.. Idk how long they used it or anything

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    i dont see anyone else going for this guy. why doesnt he just accept so that he can actually have a job?

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    He didn't want to take his first offer..

    Said the coaching and GM and all that are very nice and classy but the timing isnt right at the moment

    he will sign on somewhere man

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    "V4L" wrote:
    Could be man

    I know I heard it during a game one time.. Maybe it was something they experimented with?

    I know they had used it before and probably didn't for long

    I can not find a link either so I have no clue where exactly I have heard it

    I believe it was during a game last year.. People were asking why Chilly has the play card and covers his mouth or something and they said he relays the plays in

    I can't remember much more cuz it was last year.. Idk how long they used it or anything
    You just remember some yutz on here spouting off about something like that I bet.


    Here and some of the chucklehead commenters in the Strib are the only places were they believe he still actually is calling the plays......
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