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Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« Reply #1650 on: August 29, 2018, 03:50:13 PM »





Roll em and Smoke em, I'm down boss. Lets go.
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Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« Reply #1651 on: August 29, 2018, 04:09:20 PM »
I won't waist anymore of your time. This is a huge game, let's go!

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Primary Rusher: Daniel Collins


CB 1 Evans, CB 2 Cavanaugh, CB 3 Brown
SS 1 Ash.  SS 2 Novak

KR 1 West  KR 2 Hood
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Run/Pass:  25/75
Blitz Ratio: 40% Aggressive
Tempo: Fast
Focus: Starters

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« Reply #1652 on: September 05, 2018, 07:19:39 PM »
Who was your star player this week? Who disappointed?
Once again, the guys went out there as a whole and tried really hard. It showed, not in the points but in all other areas. We had the ball for nearly 10 more minutes.  We did a great job holding them as a team to under 100 yards passing which has been are strength all year so thatís no surprise. But to pin point one person to tag as star player, I have to give it up for James Brown, I mean he continues to ball week in and week out. He has been a staple of our front line since coming over.

How would you evaluate your team over the last few weeks?

All heart. We have come up short in the most inopportune times. All part of growing pains for such a young team. Obviously this last game against Miami is nowhere near the type of game I thought we would have. This is not the outcome I saw but that has been us this season, I good game, A close game, A hard fought game then we get blown out.  Itís something I intend to address in the off season.

With three games remaining, what is the plan to end the season on a high note?
I think as long as these guys keep playing hard and giving these fans something to talk about as we get close to closing out the season I think that should be enough motivation to go out there and ball. Itís always interesting to listen to talk radio and listen to what the fans think should happen moving forward.  To let them know and address some fans who feel we should bottom out to secure a high draft pick, though it would be a smart move for the franchise I donít have it in me to tap out, to wave the white flag and limp into the off season so I am here to let them know I intend to make sure each guy in that locker room know that we will play until the second comes off the clock in the last game of the season.

What do you have to do to win the game this week?
Limit turnovers. We should win when we hold an opponent to under 100 yards passing and dominate the time of possession but when you combine that with 4 turnovers  two which were for scores and under thirty yards rushing, thatís not the formulae for success. For the most part I take the blame. I changed up the game plan to counter Miamiís defense and when you play aggressive you are prone to make mistakes. I want to apologize to our young QB. No player will ever back down from the opportunity to take the wheel and Mazza is no different. When the idea that we would pass on Miami throughout the game, he stepped up to the challenge.  Four turn overs later and here we are. So I donít put this on the kid, this is on me Mazza has Moxy and is always up for a challenge. In hindsight I feel we would have had a better chance sticking to what we know.  Expect us to play next weeks games  the way we know how.

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Coach, I take blame for this one. From here to end the season every decision will be left up to the coaching staff. I stepped in thinking we could out do Miami and shock the world but it wasn't in the cards. I know you left it up to me but I apologize for changing the game plan.

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Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« Reply #1653 on: September 05, 2018, 10:39:29 PM »
 





It happens.  You just have to know what the team can and can't do.

We just had our star running back run for 141 yards on 6 carries, going away from him the next week was a wild choice.  Mazza will be that kind of QB one day, but right now he needs a balance, he needs to be protected.
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« Reply #1654 on: September 05, 2018, 11:34:13 PM »
I figured maybe the workload this year was wearing on him because of the cramping an Miami had just got lit up through the air. Felt like it was the perfect storm. I guess we just don't have the pieces at the moment to take those bold chances. Lesson learned. I let you start prepping for the week.



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« Reply #1655 on: September 06, 2018, 12:02:39 AM »
 





Sounds good.
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« Reply #1656 on: September 06, 2018, 12:05:15 AM »
A MAD MAN BURSTS INTO YOUR OFFICE, HE MAY BE A RELATIVE BUT NO ONE IS QUITE SURE.. HE SIMPLY SCREAMS T.C.F.Y!!!! OVER AND OVER, INSULTING YOU REPEATEDLY AND NONSENSICALLY UNTIL ANOTHER MAN STEPS INTO THE ROOM.

 
 





PUT YOUR HANDS UP, SCUMBAG!!!!!!




A BATTLE BREAKS OUT, SECURITY BOB JR SLAMS THE BELLIGERENT MAN ON THE FLOOR OVER AND OVER BEFORE DRAGGING HIM OFF AND THROWING HIM INTO A JAIL CELL, WHERE HE IS NEVER TO BE HEARD FROM AGAIN.
 
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« Reply #1657 on: September 06, 2018, 06:05:02 AM »
(GM LUCAS APPLAUDS THE SWIFT ACTION OF SECURITY BOB JR. APPLAUDING HIS EFFORTS AND WISHING HE HAD BEEN THERE TO STOP CROWE'S SNEAK ATTACK)

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« Reply #1658 on: September 06, 2018, 11:51:50 AM »






As you were Citizen.



SBjr TIPS HIS CAP TO YOU AS HE LEAVES, A #JUSTICEFORCROWE TATTOO CLEARLY DISPLAYED ON HIS INNER BICEPS.
 
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« Reply #1659 on: September 08, 2018, 09:06:56 AM »

Game changes
Run/Pass:  60/40
Blitz Ratio: 45%
Tempo: Normal
Defensive Base: Normal
Focus: Coaches Desicion

Offense: Coaches Desicion

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- 1 hours Athletic Training
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Julio Redd
Rex Mundy
Harold Vanburen
Peter Haney

KR 1 Hood, KR 2 West
PR 1 West  PR 2 Hood


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« Reply #1660 on: September 16, 2018, 02:53:50 PM »
Talk about this weeks performance from your team.
Not what I expected. I thought we had a better grasp of what this team was capable of. Stopping Robles was gonna be the biggest challenge but I didnít see 54 points getting put up on us. Obviously we have had our issues on the D-line. And yet again another week were we get run to the ground.  Offensively we paced ourselves and we got another big game from Collins. Despite one turnover Mazza spread it around, got our TEís involved, got another one to Pitts for the season.  We are rebuilding  and have shown some flashes of what we could be if we address some of our issues  in the off season. I am more disappointed for the fans. They have been great supporting us and over the last few weeks we havenít put our best foot forward on the defensive side.  I only hope the fans can stick with us. Our guys are playing hard, we just donít have the right pieces where we need them at the moment.


Talk about your team's news this week.
What is there to talk about, they were furious with the unprofessionalism of one of this games best players. I understand he is having a year for the ages but to act the way he was acting after the game was way out of hand. Just goes to show the lack of professionalism that is being taught by thier coaches. This isnít the first time Alabama has shown us up and I promise you, next year, if GM Pancho survives will have a message for them. On our part we need to make sure RBís arenít gaining 300 yards on us.

Talk about at least two other news stories of interest.
This Kardashian non sense is pretty messed up. Not that I am a fan of GM Metro but those guys on that team have been playing so well and to have something like this going through their locker room can mess up a pretty special season. You hate to see guys who are playing hard have their seasons derailed over off field antics.  Since we are on antics I must say I am proud to have Mazza as our QB. As a rookie he has had his ups and downs but continue to be a true leader in that locker room. I couldnít fathom Mazza or any rookie QB throwing their team under the bus like Kitchen did in the press. Bad look for a young team. I know heís a fiery guy but you just canít do that.


What do you have to do to win the game this week?
Well we arenít playing the team Rebel left behind. Bennet has them playing some solid ball so we have to be ready to go in their and prove to ourselves that we are at least better than 1 team in this division. We need to play our best game. We canít lose to them the way we lost to the hapless Tombstone. We just need to play solid upfront and take care of the ball.

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« Reply #1661 on: September 16, 2018, 03:45:43 PM »





  To Hell with Alabama.
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« Reply #1662 on: September 16, 2018, 04:33:49 PM »
I am slowly starting despise that entire franchise.  Coach, two games left. Our guys have been playing to the best of their ability. We have Music City coming in next week. Any thoughts on an approach? Week 2 we destroyed them. Think we should go with the same game plan we attacked them with or stick to the current game plan we currently have?

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« Reply #1663 on: September 16, 2018, 06:57:33 PM »
 





  I like what we've been doing, but it's your call.
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« Reply #1664 on: September 16, 2018, 08:05:46 PM »
If you like what we have been doing then we will stay focused. We need to get this win in the worst way. Bennet has them playing good ball so we will be in for a tighter game then when we first met. But I expect the same results.

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« Reply #1665 on: September 16, 2018, 11:47:36 PM »
 





  Did you hear what GM Pancho had to say, that prick.
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« Reply #1666 on: September 17, 2018, 12:08:40 AM »
Coach, Pancho being a prick is not new. As far as his words go, I didn't listen to what he had to say because it's easy to boast when things go right. Not to long ago in those press conference when it looked like he was about to get the ax, Pancho was a humble man and was speaking humble words of trying hard and respect and pride. Now they got some steam and they are beating their chest. Truth is coach I don't have to wait around for another GM to say something I can use as bulletin board material. I speak from the heart and I don't concern myself with petty. I'll let Alabama have that, they are the champions of petty. I wouldn't worry to much about what he has to say coach. Lions do not concern themselves with the opinions of the sheep. If GM Pancho wants to sit around watching my press conferences so he can have something half witted to say, by all means. Let him have the mic because for all we know it might be the last time he has one. We have more important things to focus on.

Now we focus on Music City. They are riding high off that upset win against Charlotte and will be at home. The road has not been friendly to us so we have to make sure we strike first and strike fast so we can control the pace of the game. Any suggestions?

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« Reply #1667 on: September 17, 2018, 12:39:20 AM »





  Music City is a lot like us. Rookie QB, strong run game, a defense with a few strong pieces and some weak spots..
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« Reply #1668 on: September 17, 2018, 09:38:12 PM »
Run/Pass:  60/40
Blitz Ratio: 45% Aggressive
Tempo: Normal
Defensive Base: Normal
Focus: Coaches Decision

Offense: Coaches Decision

In-Season Training Schedule
- 4 hours Position Training
- 1 hours Athletic Training
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Thomas Mazza
Julio Redd
Rex Mundy
Harold Vanburen
Peter Haney

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KR 1 Hood, KR 2 West
PR 1 West  PR 2 Hood



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« Reply #1669 on: September 20, 2018, 12:14:15 PM »
Talk about this weeks performance from your team.
I heard a lot people talking how alike both teams were and when you look at the stat sheet I think both teams did pretty well. They are obviously ending the year the way I hope would, on a high note. On the plus side, we didn't give up any sacks, we rushed the ball extremely well. We got three of our guys in the end zone through the air. So why didn't we win, costly turn overs at inopportune times and not converting on third downs. To score with no time on the clock was great testament to this teams resolve but once again we came up a bit short. Hats off to the guys in both locker room for continuing to play hard during hard times. It's a great quality to have going forward.

Which player on your team do you have your eye on in this final game, and why?
Well, I think it's important that Mazza end the year on a high note. He's had his share of ups and downs and at times it could really affect the maturity and growth of a young QB. So I just want to see him go out there, lead the charge and get in the endzone. Limit the turnovers and give our team a chance. The guy is tough, but a season like the one we are enduring can chip away sometimes. So I just want to see him walk out the game, win, lose all draw with his strengths and weaknesses at hand and ready to get started on next season

Talk about the playoff race, who do you think will make it, who is going to join you on the outside looking in?
I really would prefer not to comment on the faith of other teams. We have our own issues and to throw shade at guys who are going out there and really playing hard is not something I feel comfortable doing. Each of those guys are out there putting it on the line wee in and week out so I just hope everyone ends the season in good health and for those who don't make it to start preparing for the off season.

What do you hope to see from your team in this final week of the season?
Grit, Just grit. chin up, heads held high and chest out front knowing that we have a lot of young talented men in that locker room to build on going forward and knowing next year we will be better. For a lot of young men in this game, early success can be a hindrance. Cause a growth block but i know early struggles create character and build strong backbones. Each man in the locker room will look back at this season when ever it gets tough and tell themselves they have already faced the toughest of times. That the obstacle in front of them is just that, an obstacle that they can endure and surpass.

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« Reply #1670 on: September 20, 2018, 01:41:50 PM »





  We couldn't get a stop in overtime.. never got a chance.
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« Reply #1671 on: September 20, 2018, 10:38:12 PM »
Coach, before we go into the off season I would like to ask you a few things so once it gets here I can let you vacation in peace.

First, I'm not gonna ask for your top 3 things I should focus on. I'm not gonna ask you most important in some list or even any particular player you might be interested in. I just want one, I want to know what position was are biggest weakness?

Second, Do you think Mazza has what it takes to take us to the next level?

finally, With 3 first round picks, do you think this draft class is deep enough to really utilize those picks.

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« Reply #1672 on: September 20, 2018, 11:16:59 PM »
 





  Defensive End..   ...its too early to know for sure.   ....and we haven't scouted, so I have no way to know the answer to that question chief.
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« Reply #1673 on: September 20, 2018, 11:33:01 PM »
All fair points. Do me one favor, please do not vacation in vacation isle. I really you want you back in one piece coach....

all jokes aside, I want to thank you for sticking with me through all the early season drama. Getting this team ready and fired up for every game. Thank you and the rest of the coaching staff. Now let's go and end this season on a high note.

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