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hitta 09-05-2012 07:29 AM

Would Vitt just take over?
 
If the Saints go 6-0 or 5-1 in the first 6 games.... would Vitt really just come in and take over even at the risk of disrupting the rhythm of the team?

TheOak 09-05-2012 07:47 AM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
"Take Over" is not exactly how I see it. When Vitt returns it will continue the way it has been built. Carmichael running the offense, and Spags running the Defense.

All Kromer is going to do for the first 6 games is decide whether to take the penalty or decline.... And have his hand on the red flag if needed. And make O-Line substitutions.

It has been designed to run smoothly weather it is Vit, Kromer, or the Easter Bunny.

hitta 09-05-2012 07:51 AM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
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Originally Posted by x626xBlack (Post 434394)
"Take Over" is not exactly how I see it. When Vitt returns it will continue the way it has been built. Carmichael running the offense, and Spags running the Defense.

All Kromer is going to do for the first 6 games is decide whether to take the penalty or decline.... And have his hand on the red flag if needed. And make O-Line substitutions.

It has been designed to run smoothly weather it is Vit, Kromer, or the Easter Bunny.

Well yea, I agree with that... but someone will still make the big decisions... and having a change may affect the chemistry.

TheOak 09-05-2012 08:02 AM

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Originally Posted by hitta (Post 434396)
Well yea, I agree with that... but someone will still make the big decisions... and having a change may affect the chemistry.

Which big decisions are you speaking of.. I must be missing something.

If Carmichael/Brees are running the office and Spag's is running the defense what is left? L/R/C on kick offs and punts? That would be McMahon


Do you recall the banner from Payton saying "Do your job?"...

Those coaches need to do their job. If they do their job there will be no issues.

The Colts did just fine from 09-11 with no head coach and the QB running the plays.

Shoe. 09-05-2012 08:51 AM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
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Originally Posted by x626xBlack (Post 434398)
The Colts did just fine from 09-11 with no head coach and the QB running the plays.

lol @ no head coach

A lot like Dilfer, just don't do anything dumb and let the machine do its work

Lucky for us we have a pretty darn reliable machine named Drew

TXGSP 09-05-2012 09:28 AM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
I really think the veteran leadership on the team is going to take more of a mentor approach.

They may hit a snag or two, but believe the player leaderrship will drag them through if necessary.

TheOak 09-05-2012 09:36 AM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
And that is my point. If you look at one specific comment from Sean Payton in his interview he stated: "we built a program"..a system.. He also pushed collaboration... Which means every single coach was part of every single decision process... This trained our present coaches on how Sean Payton came to his decisions and they know how he thinks.

The Saints are not one person running everything.

FinSaint 09-05-2012 01:04 PM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
Regardless of how the Saints are doing at the point at which Vitt's suspension is over - he should take over the interim HC position, if not for any other reason than his press conferences are more entertaining than Kromer's.

Mardigras9 09-05-2012 02:05 PM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
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Originally Posted by x626xBlack (Post 434425)
And that is my point. If you look at one specific comment from Sean Payton in his interview he stated: "we built a program"..a system.. He also pushed collaboration... Which means every single coach was part of every single decision process... This trained our present coaches on how Sean Payton came to his decisions and they know how he thinks.

The Saints are not one person running everything.

Exactly, well said.

SaintsBro 09-05-2012 03:27 PM

Re: Would Vitt just take over?
 
Vitt is a lifetime veteran of the NFL coaching world and is football to the bone. He's been coaching since Earl Campbell was the league MVP and almost since the days when a lot of dudes wore single bar facemasks, that's how old school he is.The players respond well to him and he will be welcomed back when the time comes, just as they will welcome Payton back when that time comes.


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