I thought the final episode was the best as well. Seems to be quite a contrast with McVay over the Fisher regime. McVay totally in the middle of teaching the new system and explaining what he wants. The Fisher regime dropping MF bombs and F bombs at the top of their lungs. Fisher telling his players to amp up the aggressiveness part in a game after the ref just told him to have his players tone down the verbal assaults that came with it or they'd get flagged. Gee, and Fisher wondered why they got flagged nearly 10 times a game on a regular basis for four seasons. He usually said "we gotta reduce the penalties" on Monday. Is there little doubt that Fisher was the center of the teams problems across the board? Glad he's gone. The players may have loved him....he must have been like the kewl babysitter the kids could get away stuff with all of the time.. you know?
Cousins isn't a crazy idea either; Redskins fans are wondering if a deal is going to get done by the 17th. They say it's 2018 9ers or Rams (Kyle or McVay) if not.I wouldn't hate a kurt Cousins swap. I hope im just wrong and impatient. But a leader skill is somethomg youre born with.
WORD!!So I just finished watching this last night. One thing that really stuck out to me was the level of involvement of McVay during their practices compared to that of Fisher during his practices.
Fisher would just stand around and talk shit with some assistant or some kids and say things like "now that was an NFL pass!" or "we're gonna start the rookie this week, but we haven't told the starter yet".
McVay on the other hand is in the huddle, calling the plays (which are really long btw), really articulating the vision of each play for each player (e.g. shade that route underneath so that it looks like this other route), and his energy is through the roof. It's clear to me that the offensive players are actually going to get coaching this year, and hopefully Wade keeps the defense up to par. I think good things are ahead for us, not necessarily immediately playoff bound, but no more 4-12 or 7-9 either.
Also really refreshing in the last episode was the lack of F bombs being thrown around. I tell you what, after listening to Greg Williams and Fisher for a while I would definitely start tuning their act out because it gets old, real fast. Especially Williams, but Fisher was pretty bad too. Listening to McVay you can see that he gets his point across without needing to resort to false bravado or meaningless epithets.
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