View Full Version : a coached game

11-15-2010, 08:40 AM
this team was "out-coached", that team was "out-coached", you hear it all the time. Gets thrown around quite a bit.
I can't think of a game better than the game last night w/the Pats where this rings truer. A clear shining example.

No passion. No fire. Not in the team and it appeared the coaches looked like the walking dead on the sidelines as well.
Extremely poor preparation. You knew what was coming and not only could we not handle it, we didn't even look ready for it.
No adjustments made through the game. Especially on defense. Just let Brady keep picking the D apart like a surgeon. Hell, don't try and stop it, let him keep doing it.
I can't say i've ever seen a game where the term "out-coached" applies more than this game did.
I hate Belicheck but he looked like a general out there with prepared and fired up troops (unlike us)

11-15-2010, 09:40 AM
This was on Wednesday when the coaches came up with the game plan.

Simply put.

11-15-2010, 09:41 AM
This game was lost in the meeting room on Wednesday when the coaches put in this crappy game plan.

Is what I was trying to say.

11-15-2010, 03:08 PM
Sure the kicker gave up an easy FG (25 yards)
Sure William Gay let 3 TD be scored on him
Sure the Offense looked horrendous until garbage time

but it all comes down to one thing


A good coach will route his team and when one side makes a blunder, he inspires the other side to make up for it.

This was clearly not the case. Tomlin looked liked his pet dog died and you can't expect BA or Lebeau to push their side of the team. There is a reason there's a head coach on a team and a good head coach to bad could mean winning or losing even if you have a Superbowl caliber team