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  • #49
    Staley's ability to remember details about other people is another element that makes him very charismatic. I think the "always say someone's name" thing is a little forced (to introvert me) but he definitely is personable. He's make a great salesperson too.

    Having that type of memory for detail about football may also help a bit.

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    • #50
      Originally posted by gzubeck View Post

      If he stays out of Herbert's way and just massively improves the defense we're already an 11 win team with a wilcard berth. Lynn basically did nothing the last 4 games and just let the Herb rip it!
      Pretty sure Staley wants to agressive attack LOS, the mid field, and downfield.

      “What I think is paramount on both sides of the ball and in the kicking game is that you use personnel groupings as a weapon, because you want to put people in conflict every single snap,” Staley said, via Daniel Popper of TheAthletic.com. “And part of the way you do that is with a variety of groupings that they have to prepare for, where they can’t just say, ‘Man, hey, this is all 11.’ I’ve got a lot of defenses to defend 11 personnel, guys. It’s a lengthy, lengthy call sheet. But when you have to defend 11, 12, 21, 22, 10 … it puts a lot of pressure on you defensively."

      It started with his hiring of Lombardi whom has experience in putting a "lot of pressure on you defensively", the revamped o-line, the offensive chess pieces he and Lombardi coveted and are acquiring, and the fact Herbert was in the draft war room leads me to believe Staley wants Herbert to be aggressive and to.....





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      • #51
        “You got a problem with that??”
        Family*Trust*respect
        Classic 'Roo > time

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        • #52
          off topic:
          Cobra Kai 1st season was great. Seasons 2 and 3 not so much.

          On topic:
          Herbert makes a big leap rookie year, what will he do in his 2nd year? Staley could become known as one of the greatest coaches paired with Herbert for 10 years or he could Charger it up hahahah. Oh boy

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          • #53
            Originally posted by NoMoreChillies View Post
            off topic:
            Cobra Kai 1st season was great. Seasons 2 and 3 not so much.

            On topic:
            Herbert makes a big leap rookie year, what will he do in his 2nd year? Staley could become known as one of the greatest coaches paired with Herbert for 10 years or he could Charger it up hahahah. Oh boy
            It's a very pleasant feeling to think about what Herbert will be able to do with a decent offensive line. Think of how many games we would have been able to win if we'd been able to run the ball in the 3rd and 4th quarters. I'd be really surprised if we didn't make the playoffs this year. I'd really love to at least split with KC this year too.

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            • #54
              Originally posted by NoMoreChillies View Post
              off topic:
              Cobra Kai 1st season was great. Seasons 2 and 3 not so much.

              On topic:
              Herbert makes a big leap rookie year, what will he do in his 2nd year? Staley could become known as one of the greatest coaches paired with Herbert for 10 years or he could Charger it up hahahah. Oh boy
              Here’s my old standard for a great coach, 100 wins in 10 years. With 17 games it should now be 107 wins in 10 years.

              Go for it Staley, you got the qb to make it happen. Do you have the coaching genius to make it happen?
              Now, if you excuse me, I have some Charger memories to suppress.

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              • #55
                I've sure been impressed with Staley thus far. His pressers remind of Sid Gilman. Sid looked below the surface of all plays - Staley seems to be like that.

                I have more reservations about Lombardi, being second fiddle in a band led by Peyton doesn't necessarily equal success. Here's hoping he's learned a lot from his time in NO.

                Surprise us with a Super Bowl win!

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                • #56



                  Love that Staley is bringing in "competitive casual"

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                  • #57
                    Originally posted by chargeroo View Post
                    I've sure been impressed with Staley thus far. His pressers remind of Sid Gilman. Sid looked below the surface of all plays - Staley seems to be like that.

                    I have more reservations about Lombardi, being second fiddle in a band led by Peyton doesn't necessarily equal success. Here's hoping he's learned a lot from his time in NO.
                    I agree. What I do like about Lombardi, he didn't seem to hurt NO's offense and he's working under HC Staley's revival tent with a lot of Brandon's asst choices.

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                    • #58
                      Originally posted by chargeroo View Post
                      I've sure been impressed with Staley thus far. His pressers remind of Sid Gilman. Sid looked below the surface of all plays - Staley seems to be like that.

                      I have more reservations about Lombardi, being second fiddle in a band led by Peyton doesn't necessarily equal success. Here's hoping he's learned a lot from his time in NO.
                      Lombardi does not have a bunch of rookies on the offensive side of the ball and the new rooks he does have seem to have that extra juice to succeed.

                      Super bowl Bound 2023. Yeah Baby!

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                      • #59
                        Originally posted by wu-dai clan View Post

                        Underrated post.
                        About the whole enchilada.
                        Thank you for the kind words my friend, respect!

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                        • #60
                          Originally posted by Panamamike View Post
                          What a breath of fresh air. I have really enjoyed his press conferences after each day of the draft. He clearly has a vision for what he wants and the detailed traits he is looking for in each position on the field. His football IQ is off the charts and he has a very clear way of articulating things. I know he has not coached a game yet for us, but I think this is the long-term hire that we've been waiting for. I feel very fortunate that he is our coach.
                          I agree.... I've been a Chargers fan over 50 years and cannot remember any HC ever explain in detail so many things, yet without revealing any secrets. He educates the players, media, and fans in a real honest down to earth way. Time will tell how great HC he will be but he clearly is a great person! I would love to work for someone like that!

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