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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    BadlandsVikings wrote:
    Since the loss to the saints some people don't blame anybody for the loss and some people get blasted for blaming an individual.


    When is it ok to blame an individual player or coach and when is it ok to blame the team?
    When the entire team except an individual player plays flawlessly, and said individual player plays poorly.. That's when it's ok to blame an individual player.

    When coaching fails to call the correct play at a certain time (the pass play on 3rd and 15 that led to the fated INT at the end of the game is not a poor play call), or fails in having the team prepared (like the Cards/Panthers games), is when it's ok to blame a coach.

    When a team as a whole has 7 fumbles, you put the blame on the team.
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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    Prophet wrote:
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    Peterson, Harvin, Bernard, and Favre get the blame for the turnovers.

    Bieniemy, Bevell, Childress, and Tahi are to blame for the 12 men on the field.

    The team is to blame for not winning.
    And you are to blame for leaving early and not showing faith.
    We won that game.
    Yes, no thanks to you. But your lack of faith continued to haunt Favre until the pressure was too much and he finally made a crucial mistake.

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    Yes. Add marstc09 to the list and Fran Tarkenton to the list of people to blame.
    I personally blame Mark Wilf for the vast majority of our current woes....second only to Chiller.

    I believe that Mark is leeching off of his brother, and has done nothing to merit his position.

    At least Zygi went out an made a kazillion dollars (Which counts as coaching a Superbowl team according to Prophet :P ).

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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    Prophet wrote:
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    marstc09 wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
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    Peterson, Harvin, Bernard, and Favre get the blame for the turnovers.

    Bieniemy, Bevell, Childress, and Tahi are to blame for the 12 men on the field.

    The team is to blame for not winning.
    And you are to blame for leaving early and not showing faith.
    We won that game.
    Yes, no thanks to you. But your lack of faith continued to haunt Favre until the pressure was too much and he finally made a crucial mistake.
    Yes. Add marstc09 to the list and Fran Tarkenton to the list of people to blame.
    I don't blame Fran, but he sure has jumped to the top of the football douchebag list, along with Jerry Jones, Joe Theismann and Danny Snyder.

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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    Caine wrote:
    Prophet wrote:
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    marstc09 wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Peterson, Harvin, Bernard, and Favre get the blame for the turnovers.

    Bieniemy, Bevell, Childress, and Tahi are to blame for the 12 men on the field.

    The team is to blame for not winning.
    And you are to blame for leaving early and not showing faith.
    We won that game.
    Yes, no thanks to you. But your lack of faith continued to haunt Favre until the pressure was too much and he finally made a crucial mistake.

    =Z=
    Yes. Add marstc09 to the list and Fran Tarkenton to the list of people to blame.
    I personally blame Mark Wilf for the vast majority of our current woes....second only to Chiller.

    I believe that Mark is leeching off of his brother, and has done nothing to merit his position.

    At least Zygi went out an made a kazillion dollars (Which counts as coaching a Superbowl team according to Prophet :P ).

    Caine
    lol, Mark should probably be added to the list too. For that matter I'm tacking on Caine, C Mac D, CCthebest, and Mr. Anderson for not having faith in the grand puba, Brad Childress.
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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    Always.

    Fire Chilly. Favre sucks. AP is a fraud. etc.
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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    Prophet wrote:
    Caine wrote:
    Prophet wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Peterson, Harvin, Bernard, and Favre get the blame for the turnovers.

    Bieniemy, Bevell, Childress, and Tahi are to blame for the 12 men on the field.

    The team is to blame for not winning.
    And you are to blame for leaving early and not showing faith.
    We won that game.
    Yes, no thanks to you. But your lack of faith continued to haunt Favre until the pressure was too much and he finally made a crucial mistake.

    =Z=
    Yes. Add marstc09 to the list and Fran Tarkenton to the list of people to blame.
    I personally blame Mark Wilf for the vast majority of our current woes....second only to Chiller.

    I believe that Mark is leeching off of his brother, and has done nothing to merit his position.

    At least Zygi went out an made a kazillion dollars (Which counts as coaching a Superbowl team according to Prophet :P ).

    Caine
    lol, Mark should probably be added to the list too. For that matter I'm tacking on Caine, C Mac D, CCthebest, and Mr. Anderson for not having faith in the grand puba, Brad Childress.
    Fine, I'll take my share of that blame...

    But I'm blaming Singer and Marrdro for not believing in Favre.

    And I'm blaming Prophet, ejmat, and Formo for being Chillerphiles (Which contributed to his mistaken belief in his own abilities).

    And I'm blaming Zeus for not knowing what a FACT is.

    But, it all comes back to Mark Wilf. It's all really his fault.

    Caine

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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    I agree with blaming Marrdro and Singer for spreading the negativity about Favre. This is all there fault.

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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

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    And I'm blaming Zeus for not knowing what a FACT is.
    LOL. It's a fact that I know what a fact is. Sorry to burst your bubble, but a fact is not a truth.

    =Z=

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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    Zeus wrote:
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    And I'm blaming Zeus for not knowing what a FACT is.
    LOL. It's a fact that I know what a fact is. Sorry to burst your bubble, but a fact is not a truth.

    =Z=
    Once you are on the official '09 blame list there is nothing you can say or do to be removed from it. That is a fact.
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    Re:When is it ok to blame a player or coach...

    Zeus wrote:

    And you are to blame for leaving early and not showing faith.


    Yes, no thanks to you. But your lack of faith continued to haunt Favre until the pressure was too much and he finally made a crucial mistake.

    =Z=
    made me chuckle, Darth Vader avatar, lack of fatih quote.....or was it just me??

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