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Secondary and OL Coach Fired

SDRay

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#1
I agree with these moves.

http://www.chargers.com/news/pr_headline_detail.cfm?press_release_key=649

Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer announced that offensive line coach Carl Mauck and assistant secondary coach Albert Lewis have been released from their contracts. Schottenheimer hopes to announce additions to the staff in the next few weeks.

“At times this can be a difficult business and we have to make tough decisions,” said Schottenheimer. “These are good football men with valuable experience in this league. I thanked them for their hard work and wished them both well.”
 
#2
It seems stupid to make Albert Lewis the scapegoat of the secondary woes. I hope they bring in someone else and make Stewart the assistant. He's a bum.
 
#3
daniel5678 said:
It seems stupid to make Albert Lewis the scapegoat of the secondary woes. I hope they bring in someone else and make Stewart the assistant. He's a bum.
Perhaps , Lewis was responsible for coaching the CB's. Th Safety's were OK this year. Jue did pretty well for a 1st year starter and Kiel was solid vs the run. But Jammer and Florence both sucked most of the year.
 
#4
Believe me when I say this.... As long as Stewart is the DB coach, they will get lousy secondary play. It doesn't matter how many stud rookies they get. They could get the top 3 CBs in the draft and they will be disappointing because their coach sucks.

Wayne Nunelly is awesome. The DLs play fantastic. That is no coincidence. Get rid of Stewart!!
 

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