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Old 01-18-2005, 02:50 PM   #11
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BTTT...
Here\'s some decent info on Robiskie...

Robiskie began the 2000 season as passing game coordinator in Washington and helped the Redskins rank fifth in the NFC in total offense (337.3 yards per game) and passing (228.0 yards per game). He helped running back Stephen Davis total 1,318 yards and 11 touchdowns on 332 attempts, including five 100-yard outings.
I\'ve never heard of a passing game coordinator, but I\'m wondering how that position gets credit for the running backs statistics...
He entered the coaching profession with the Los Angeles Raiders in 1982 as the assistant running backs coach where he tutored Marcus Allen to two Pro Bowls and two 1,000-yard seasons. Robiskie was the assistant special teams coach for the Raiders from 1985-87, and he tutored the Raiders tight ends in 1988.
So the assistant running backs coach was responsible for Marcus Allen\'s two Pro Bowls. Ok I\'ll give it to you. But let\'s compare.
1982 - 1984
Marcus Allen 2879 yards 33 TDs
2002 - 2004
Duece McAllister 4103 yards 30 TDs

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Robiskie was the Raiders offensive coordinator from 1989-93. In 1990, Oakland ranked 9th in the NFL with 126.8 yards rushing per game and QB Jay Schroeder ranked 6th in the NFL with a 90.8 QB rating. In 1992, the Raiders ranked 11th in the NFL with 112.1 yards rushing. In 1993, Oakland ranked 5th in the NFL in passing and 13th in total offense as Robiskie helped QB Jeff Hostetler pass for 3,242 yards and 14 TDs. Robiskie’s 12 years with the Raiders included seven playoff stints, four division titles and a victory over the Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII.
Since starting for the Saints, Brooks has never thrown for less than 20 TDs or less than 3500 yards. I\'d say that beats Hostetler\'s numbers listed there. I will say that the fact that Robiskie was in so many playoff appearances is an advantage. A winning attitude is something that mignt be needed here.
Originally an eighth round selection by Oakland in the 1977 NFL Draft, Robiskie was a four-year letter winner and the 1976 SEC MVP as a senior at LSU . Robiskie spent five years in the NFL as a running back with the Raiders (1977-79) and the Miami Dolphins (1980-81), while playing for legendary coaches John Madden, Don Shula and Tom Flores.
AND THERE IT IS... I should\'ve known.



So... Think he may be an improvement over McCarthy? Or over Atkins (if he comes in as RB coach)?
Over McCarthy? No
RBs coach? Yeah, he might be a good addition.

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Old 01-18-2005, 03:02 PM   #12
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Terry Robiskie, our new OC?????

BTTT...
Here\'s some decent info on Robiskie...

Robiskie began the 2000 season as passing game coordinator in Washington and helped the Redskins rank fifth in the NFC in total offense (337.3 yards per game) and passing (228.0 yards per game). He helped running back Stephen Davis total 1,318 yards and 11 touchdowns on 332 attempts, including five 100-yard outings.
I\'ve never heard of a passing game coordinator, but I\'m wondering how that position gets credit for the running backs statistics...
He entered the coaching profession with the Los Angeles Raiders in 1982 as the assistant running backs coach where he tutored Marcus Allen to two Pro Bowls and two 1,000-yard seasons. Robiskie was the assistant special teams coach for the Raiders from 1985-87, and he tutored the Raiders tight ends in 1988.
So the assistant running backs coach was responsible for Marcus Allen\'s two Pro Bowls. Ok I\'ll give it to you. But let\'s compare.
1982 - 1984
Marcus Allen 2879 yards 33 TDs
2002 - 2004
Duece McAllister 4103 yards 30 TDs

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Robiskie was the Raiders offensive coordinator from 1989-93. In 1990, Oakland ranked 9th in the NFL with 126.8 yards rushing per game and QB Jay Schroeder ranked 6th in the NFL with a 90.8 QB rating. In 1992, the Raiders ranked 11th in the NFL with 112.1 yards rushing. In 1993, Oakland ranked 5th in the NFL in passing and 13th in total offense as Robiskie helped QB Jeff Hostetler pass for 3,242 yards and 14 TDs. Robiskie’s 12 years with the Raiders included seven playoff stints, four division titles and a victory over the Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII.
Since starting for the Saints, Brooks has never thrown for less than 20 TDs or less than 3500 yards. I\'d say that beats Hostetler\'s numbers listed there. I will say that the fact that Robiskie was in so many playoff appearances is an advantage. A winning attitude is something that mignt be needed here.
Originally an eighth round selection by Oakland in the 1977 NFL Draft, Robiskie was a four-year letter winner and the 1976 SEC MVP as a senior at LSU . Robiskie spent five years in the NFL as a running back with the Raiders (1977-79) and the Miami Dolphins (1980-81), while playing for legendary coaches John Madden, Don Shula and Tom Flores.
AND THERE IT IS... I should\'ve known.



So... Think he may be an improvement over McCarthy? Or over Atkins (if he comes in as RB coach)?
Over McCarthy? No
RBs coach? Yeah, he might be a good addition.
Don\'t have to give me anything. I\'m not pimping for TR. Just posting info. I don\'t think the offense is the problem anyway.

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Old 01-18-2005, 03:21 PM   #13
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sorry -- not intrested in him. There have to be other choices. Even picking a college coach would be better. I want someone who is willing to open up the offense. Someone with fresh ideas that can use the talent we have on offense. I want someone who will get us to score in the 1st quarter
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Old 01-18-2005, 04:59 PM   #14
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What about Russ Grimm......Asst HC/OL coach of tha steelers
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Old 01-19-2005, 06:39 PM   #15
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TR seems like a heck of a nice guy, but I\'m not sure he\'s the answer. I\'d rather have McCarthy, especially faced with the possibility of AB having to learn a new offense ... hnoes:

And I don\'t even want to HEAR about Paul Hackett now that the J-E-T-S (SUCK, SUCK, SUCK) have shown him the door. It\'s bound to come up, but NO NO NO!!!

And incidentally, NFL.com reports that the J-E-T-S are interested in McCarthy...
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Old 01-19-2005, 09:14 PM   #16
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TR seems like a heck of a nice guy,
..why! Thank you! ...

... for those who cared, robiskie was the coach whipping Albert Connell\'s butt on the Skins sideline the yeare before we got Ol\' Sticky Fingers...
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Old 01-20-2005, 11:23 PM   #17
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Robisky wouldnt surprise me, but it wouldnt make all that much sense as he isnt a west coast guy, and it would be a completely new system with completely new terminology and I fear Brooks\' learning curve is more a sort of straight line. Translation: Rebuilding Year

I am hearing Mike Sheppard being promoted to the new OC spot from my sources. Sheppard was the OC for Buffalo (2001) and San Diego (1997-1998) as well as the QB coach for Seattle before becoming our QB coach in 2002. Apparently he has a good rapport with our players, and is a west coast style coach who knows the terminology and cant be any worse than McCarthy, whom I never had a problem with his plays, only the predictable manor in which they were called lately.

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Old 01-22-2005, 12:31 PM   #18
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I am hearing Mike Sheppard being promoted to the new OC spot from my sources. Sheppard was the OC for Buffalo (2001) and San Diego (1997-1998) as well as the QB coach for Seattle before becoming our QB coach in 2002. Apparently he has a good rapport with our players, and is a west coast style coach who knows the terminology and cant be any worse than McCarthy, whom I never had a problem with his plays, only the predictable manor in which they were called lately.
Anyone have quick stats about how Shppard\'s offenses performed under him. Especially 1st quarter points?

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Old 01-22-2005, 07:21 PM   #19
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I am hearing Mike Sheppard being promoted to the new OC spot from my sources. Sheppard was the OC for Buffalo (2001) and San Diego (1997-1998) as well as the QB coach for Seattle before becoming our QB coach in 2002. Apparently he has a good rapport with our players, and is a west coast style coach who knows the terminology and cant be any worse than McCarthy, whom I never had a problem with his plays, only the predictable manor in which they were called lately.
Anyone have quick stats about how Shppard\'s offenses performed under him. Especially 1st quarter points?

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Old 01-22-2005, 08:39 PM   #20
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Gee, that\'s swell!
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