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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Zach was a top 3 lineman last year like it or not. Many had him graded as number 1 for a good portion of the season. Even if he takes a step back we will be in really good shape ...

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Old 06-23-2017, 01:48 PM   #11
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Zach was a top 3 lineman last year like it or not. Many had him graded as number 1 for a good portion of the season. Even if he takes a step back we will be in really good shape there when he's healthy.
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Old 06-26-2017, 01:51 AM   #12
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He was going through a divorce that was affecting him on the field? This does not make me okay at all.
No one cares what you think. It was 4 yrs ago ffs
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Can't wait to check it out the next time I am down there.
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I thought it was 2015. And it is a big deal if someone is having some personal issues affecting them on the field and you are the important anchor to the offensive line. Streiff is not Brees. Brees having problems personally or not disclosing is one thing, he's the star of our team and the most important person. But Streiff........he's just a important piece to help Brees.

That may sound like I don't respect him, but there are good RTs on other teams each free agency out there that can replace him if we have the money. He is not irreplaceable.

Further, the 2015 thought made me think about his offseason comments in 2016 talking about his play has not declined and the former oline coach was to blame. To think a divorce was affecting him on the field and he goes on record to say stuff like that is what would royally **** me off, but as you said it was 2013. But was Streiff responsible for any of those 5 losses that year?

Yep..they were all his fault. We should hang him up by the short hairs and flong him.
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I thought it was 2015. And it is a big deal if someone is having some personal issues affecting them on the field and you are the important anchor to the offensive line. Streiff is not Brees. Brees having problems personally or not disclosing is one thing, he's the star of our team and the most important person. But Streiff........he's just a important piece to help Brees.

That may sound like I don't respect him, but there are good RTs on other teams each free agency out there that can replace him if we have the money. He is not irreplaceable.

Further, the 2015 thought made me think about his offseason comments in 2016 talking about his play has not declined and the former oline coach was to blame. To think a divorce was affecting him on the field and he goes on record to say stuff like that is what would royally **** me off, but as you said it was 2013. But was Streiff responsible for any of those 5 losses that year?
Strief never made any comments blaming the former coach for his play. I posted the following the last time you made that incorrect accusation.

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Strief said in an interview after Ingalls was replaced ...

"Anytime you switch offensive line coaches, there's a lot of ways to do it, and I think they all have kind of fundamental differences from each other in the same way that Coach Marrone was different than Kromer who was different than Bret," Strief said. "Sometimes there's fit issues. Coaches like to do things a certain way and maybe he doesn't want the guys that are vested doing that. And I don't know that was the case with Bret, but I think some of the stuff we did with Bret was a little bit different than what we were used to, just some technique stuff that was different, some theories ...

"I think Dan is closer to the norm and what guys were used to. Again, we haven't put pads on and we'll see if that helps at all. I know that just having a fresh message was good for guys."

Referencing that statement the web hack, Larry Larmeu, posted the following tweet ...

Larry @LarryLarmeu
Sounds like Strief is basically saying "glad we fired the old OL coach because he was weird and it didn't go well." https://twitter.com/Kat_Terrell/stat...52637846298624
2:25 PM - 17 May 2016

Once again, get your facts straight, or better yet, actually use facts for a change. Oh, and our right tackle's name is Zach Strief, not Zach Streiff. I have also pointed that fact out to you in the past.

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Striefs the man!! One position we haven't had to worry for quite sometimes.
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I would have preferred he brought back MacKenzie's...he is a lineman. Jeesh. And Drew opened Krispy Cream??? Bleck.
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