Originally Posted by halloween 65
If he can get them to tackle, hit, and play some D you may be right. But judging by last years performance or should I say lack of, his track records mean nothing, look at Spags., performance is EVERYTHING, and he has shown nothing to prove me wrong.
Still, he has only had a year to work with the secondary players, and that was a year in which both a new DC and a new secondary coach took over and implemented their schemes which were different than what the players were used to.
So, I wouldn't put too much of the blame for the way the secondary performed last season on the shoulders of Curtis, but only time will tell if my belief in that regard was justified.