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    TBPP...

    Mangini knew zilch about offense and was another in our line of coaches that wanted to win with "hard nosed defense" and a ball control offense. Which is a philosophy I can't get in line with.

    Mangini also signed a bunch of aging vets who weren't ever really good.. they were just character guys. Mangini employed a "doghouse" which kept are players that actually had physical ability off the field.

    He thought he could out scheme everyone..

    He was corny and fake tough..

    His descision making was terrible.

    He was an asshole to players.

    And I'll never forget that article I read that was written by an ex player in our locker room during TC which told the detailed stories on how Mangini was insane.

    Add to that a horrible win loss record... and the fact that he was fired by the Jets for all the same reasons. .

    Sums up why he was awful and I hated him.

    To be honest the only coach I have really liked was chud.. because at least he did what he said..

    He said we would be an attacking team on both sides of the ball.. and we ended the year with a bad record but 6-7 pro bowlers because he put our people in a position to play well.. he just needed time

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlaygroundLegend View Post
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    TBPP...

    Mangini knew zilch about offense and was another in our line of coaches that wanted to win with "hard nosed defense" and a ball control offense. Which is a philosophy I can't get in line with.

    Mangini also signed a bunch of aging vets who weren't ever really good.. they were just character guys. Mangini employed a "doghouse" which kept are players that actually had physical ability off the field.

    He thought he could out scheme everyone..

    He was corny and fake tough..

    His descision making was terrible.

    He was an asshole to players.

    And I'll never forget that article I read that was written by an ex player in our locker room during TC which told the detailed stories on how Mangini was insane.

    Add to that a horrible win loss record... and the fact that he was fired by the Jets for all the same reasons. .

    Sums up why he was awful and I hated him.

    To be honest the only coach I have really liked was chud.. because at least he did what he said..

    He said we would be an attacking team on both sides of the ball.. and we ended the year with a bad record but 6-7 pro bowlers because he put our people in a position to play well.. he just needed time
    We agree here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlaygroundLegend View Post
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    TBPP...

    Mangini knew zilch about offense and was another in our line of coaches that wanted to win with "hard nosed defense" and a ball control offense. Which is a philosophy I can't get in line with.

    Mangini also signed a bunch of aging vets who weren't ever really good.. they were just character guys. Mangini employed a "doghouse" which kept are players that actually had physical ability off the field.

    He thought he could out scheme everyone..

    He was corny and fake tough..

    His descision making was terrible.

    He was an asshole to players.

    And I'll never forget that article I read that was written by an ex player in our locker room during TC which told the detailed stories on how Mangini was insane.

    Add to that a horrible win loss record... and the fact that he was fired by the Jets for all the same reasons. .

    Sums up why he was awful and I hated him.

    To be honest the only coach I have really liked was chud.. because at least he did what he said..

    He said we would be an attacking team on both sides of the ball.. and we ended the year with a bad record but 6-7 pro bowlers because he put our people in a position to play well.. he just needed time
    Every time Mangini showed up on ESPN as an analyst I laughed hard. Now ESPN has Banner on a lot! That's why I don't watch ESPN much anymore!

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    Gotta love the revisionists smearing their period blood because the media convinced them Mangini was the problem the second he arrived. The fact is withEM still here we have McDaniels calling plays for Andy Dalton throwing to Julio Jones. But yeah, clearly that's bad and he didn't know what he was doing. Thank God we have the bullshit we have now over that because Mangini wouldn't pass the fucking ball 400 times a game and play Madden shoot outs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBestPlayersPlay View Post
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    Mangini was easily the best coach we have had since the return. But Lerner gave into the witch hunt. This franchise is a joke.
    Didn't care for Mangini, didn't he fine a player around $1,000 for not paying for a bottle of water at a hotel.

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    Oh God.

    I have already put all of these points to rest years ago. It's not worth repeating myself.

    Continue the cycle, please. Carry on.

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    lol...how the hell did we end up on a Mangini tangent....
    just beat it

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    Does anyone have a link to that article written by the player on Mangini by the way? I was so embarrassed just reading it.. that it makes a great talking point when this is brought up

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBestPlayersPlay View Post
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    Oh God.

    I have already put all of these points to rest years ago. It's not worth repeating myself.

    Continue the cycle, please. Carry on.
    Oh, come on Gabe, it was just getting interesting.
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