Sunday, October 15, 2006

Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do!

Miami shuffled LJ Shelton to right guard, and moved Damion McIntosh back to
left tackle (where he played all of last season, before getting cut because
"he wasn't good enough"). The result was 150+ yards rushing, and no sacks
allowed.

Meanwhile, the Jets started two rookies on the o-line, and had nearly 100
yards rushing and allowed 2 sacks. And this unit is coached by the
offensive line coach who couldn't coach his way out of a paper bag under
Dave Wannstedt in Tony Wise. How is that possible?

Also, Eric Mangini took over a so-so Jets team, churned the roster, has been
competitive and his charges are 3-3. Nick Saban has his stamp all over
Miami's team, they are competitive (in spite of the fact that they start
slow and find ways to lose), and his charges in year two are 1-5.

I don't get it!

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