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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; thats why i have been saying rob has an easy job for the most part. all the pieces are already here and they understand how to attack. granted he is going with a 34 but ideology is well understood. our ...

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Old 05-26-2013, 04:22 AM   #11
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thats why i have been saying rob has an easy job for the most part. all the pieces are already here and they understand how to attack. granted he is going with a 34 but ideology is well understood. our players were not bad it was the ideology/ego used in 2012
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Yeah ... I saw the connection right off. The defense is gonna' be fun to watch boys, I'm telling ya' ... this guy has 'inspirational leadership' written all over him, .

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IDK, I think he's got all the swagger/attitude of the defensive coordinator the Saints had when last winning the SB ... without all the baggage, .

http://blackandgold.com/saints/58029...tml#post504558 (Saints DC Ryan coaching with a chip on his shoulder)
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GW's defense arguably made our offense more potent as well. Historically, Payton has had problems beating 3-4 defenses. Betcha Rob Ryan will help our offense.
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Oh the irony of this thread is priceless.
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I wasn't a big fan of the Rob Ryan hiring, but I hope he proves me wrong. I will gladly grill the crow burgers myself and wash them down with a fifth of Old Crow if he brings this defense back to being respectable.
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Originally Posted by Mr.Riaton View Post
I feel your pain,but our O turned the ball over FIVE ...I'll say it again FIVE times! A lot of people argue that we had a chance to win in the end,but if you take away even two of those turnovers, we would have a different ball game on our hands. I will say this- even with five turnovers,we still put up 32 points on their D! Can you imagine if we had no turnovers...BLOWOUT! BTW- 32 points was the highest score their D allowed that year,and our O had a bad game! Who you think was the better team?
Yes sir, as poorly as we played I actually felt we would somehow win that game at the end. Turnovers definitely did us in.
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Originally Posted by Mr.Riaton View Post
I feel your pain,but our O turned the ball over FIVE ...I'll say it again FIVE times! A lot of people argue that we had a chance to win in the end,but if you take away even two of those turnovers, we would have a different ball game on our hands. I will say this- even with five turnovers,we still put up 32 points on their D! Can you imagine if we had no turnovers...BLOWOUT! BTW- 32 points was the highest score their D allowed that year,and our O had a bad game! Who you think was the better team?
Sorry Riaton. In spite of five turnovers, it was still one stop for the win and all GW could do was dial up the same blitz he'd been calling for most of the game. The niners knew where each of our defensive players were gonna be better than our players did. Sometimes the D has to win one for the Gipper and they ended up dropping the ball more than the offense did that day -plus a few other games besides. I don't know about anyone else, but I sure felt the defense slipping into desperation in the last quarter of that season.

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GW lived by the sword and also died by it. I still would thank him for '09 in a heart-beat. To me it was a priceless moment in Saints history. I would like to have another and we will.
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Sorry Riaton. In spite of five turnovers, it was still one stop for the win and all GW could do was dial up the same blitz he'd been calling for most of the game. The niners knew where each of our defensive players were gonna be better than our players did. Sometimes the D has to win one for the Gipper and they ended up dropping the ball more than the offense did that day -plus a few other games besides. I don't know about anyone else, but I sure felt the defense slipping into desperation in the last quarter of that season.
True,but Greg Williams did what he always does.we're just spoiled with our O bailing us out all the time....that time we weren't so lucky.
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I wasn't a big fan of the Rob Ryan hiring, but I hope he proves me wrong. I will gladly grill the crow burgers myself and wash them down with a fifth of Old Crow if he brings this defense back to being respectable.
he has to sell me on the field not in pre game or post game.

his ability to adjust game plans in Oakland and Dallas during the game have been, well let see, to be polite, less than impressive. both teams had a history of getting chewed up and spit out in the second half. but here he only has to hold the lead and not surrender too many points. unlike the teams he was with in the past were the defenses were asked most of the time to win the games die to poor offensive play.

the dude has an easy job

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