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  • Hackett presser after infamous win.

    So much coach speak. ‘’if he beats San Francisco he will have a real chance. IF https://www.denverbroncos.com/video/...ication-after-

  • #2
    Originally posted by wolf754life View Post
    So much coach speak.

    ‘’if he beats San Francisco he will have a real chance.

    IF



    https://www.denverbroncos.com/video/...ication-after-



    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">That was Nathaniel Hackett&#39;s best press conference yet. Took accountability. Said multiple times in-game decisions have to be quicker and better. No weak jokes. Now go execute on Sundays. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/BroncosCountry?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"># BroncosCountry</a></p>&mdash; Will Petersen (@PetersenWill) <a href="https://twitter.com/PetersenWill/status/1571975173359964161?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">September 19, 2022</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
    Dude this is a Broncos board. Go back to KC.

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    • #3
      I thought his pressor today was phenomenal. Really truly fell on the sword, rightfully so. He knows he has to get better. I truly think he'll put in the work and figure it out. It's like starting a talented rookie, pros and cons. We've seen the cons, hopefully it's all pros now.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by FormerlyPassword View Post
        I thought his pressor today was phenomenal. Really truly fell on the sword, rightfully so. He knows he has to get better. I truly think he'll put in the work and figure it out. It's like starting a talented rookie, pros and cons. We've seen the cons, hopefully it's all pros now.
        Bring in an OC to call the offense and I’d feel a lot better.

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        • #5
          He got this

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          • #6
            Sounds like Hackett got chewed out behind the scenes by Patton or Penner. He was real subdued in this presser.

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            • 76er
              76er commented
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              He didn't get chewed out... he got PR prepped by one of the best in the biz, Patrick Smyth. Patrick has been in Denver for a long time and knows exactly how to spin things to control the local and national media.

            • Gordon Gekko
              Gordon Gekko commented
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              Smyth isn’t one of the best in the biz, he’s a lightweight. That’s why he revoked the mane press pass.

            • GoneFishin'
              GoneFishin' commented
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              If he revoked the Mane press pass than Smyth is definitely one of the best in the biz lol

          • #7
            National TV wasn't too kind about the kick. Took him down a notch. Nice guy. But 2 out 2 so far says he's not ready to be a HC.

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            • #8
              Originally posted by FormerlyPassword View Post
              I thought his pressor today was phenomenal. Really truly fell on the sword, rightfully so. He knows he has to get better. I truly think he'll put in the work and figure it out. It's like starting a talented rookie, pros and cons. We've seen the cons, hopefully it's all pros now.
              It is just words. When you say things like, we have to talk to our players about the penalties and then show them what they did wrong. False Starts or Jumping off-sides or illegal blocks... When you say shit like that, at this level, you're too caught up in being a fanboy. I think that is his issue. He is too much like us and just likes watching his boys on the field. Rather than talking about what they are going to do next play... he is watching the current play and enjoying the game. Sorry bro, coaches don't get to do that.

              Also in his presser... he fell on his sword and talked about being better in several areas. Then when they asked him if he was gonna hand off some of his responsibilities, he responded by saying he was already efficient in doing those duties. uhh... you just said you needed to be more efficient. Basically, he is being well prepped by Patrick Smyth to get the local press off his back. He doesn't believe his own words.

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              • #9
                Just heard a good one... Broncos should have went after Brian Daboll. By going with Hackett instead of Daboll, it feels like we took Chubb over Josh Allen all over again.

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                • The1percentKid
                  The1percentKid commented
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                  Daboll. O’Connell. Mike McDaniel. Etc etc multiple new HCs at the least look the part. Hackett looks completely in over his head and struggles to understand even the most basic aspects.

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                • #11
                  Who cares what PR/BS he spews in a press conference. He’s already on a path to be one and done, he needs to vastly improve or the team will be lucky to win 5 games.

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                  • #12
                    San Fran has an elite D. Hackett better get better quickly or they will make him look foolish for a 3rd straight week.

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by B-Large View Post

                      Bring in an OC to call the offense and I’d feel a lot better.
                      Me too.

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                      • #14
                        Originally posted by gunns View Post

                        Me too.
                        Me three. He can listen in on the calls and all, but he needs to be more focused on how to coach a game instead of just calling plays then wondering why the fans are counting down the play clock.

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                        • #15
                          I don't care what he says. Until I see improvement during the games I'm not on board

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                          • #16
                            1. I don’t think you can gather much from these as far as content goes. All coaches talk about fixing things that went wrong after a game.

                            2. In this case, the more important thing to gather from this ….IMO…. Was that guys facial expressions and body language, and the very quick pace of his speech…..I don’t think that guy is a leader of men. I can’t see him being comfortable having to be a red ass when the situation calls for it. He’s a perpetual “we’ll get ‘em next time!” Rah rah type and that’s all he has in the tool bag.

                            ***I am utterly convinced he was hired for Aaron Rodgers and Rodgers himself would have had a HUGE amount of latitude to run the offense himself while Hackett oversaw the operations. This is not a match with Russ

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                            • The1percentKid
                              The1percentKid commented
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                              I agree on the last paragraph. It’s been noted the team had trade packages for both QBs. Mongos just want to believe Wilson was the plan the entire time. Nope not when you actually have a trade package in place for Rodgers and the decision came after Rodgers made his. Hackett was an extra cherry on top for Rodgers.

                          • #17
                            Originally posted by Zerovoltz View Post
                            1. I don’t think you can gather much from these as far as content goes. All coaches talk about fixing things that went wrong after a game.

                            2. In this case, the more important thing to gather from this ….IMO…. Was that guys facial expressions and body language, and the very quick pace of his speech…..I don’t think that guy is a leader of men. I can’t see him being comfortable having to be a red ass when the situation calls for it. He’s a perpetual “we’ll get ‘em next time!” Rah rah type and that’s all he has in the tool bag.

                            ***I am utterly convinced he was hired for Aaron Rodgers and Rodgers himself would have had a HUGE amount of latitude to run the offense himself while Hackett oversaw the operations. This is not a match with Russ
                            Paton took awhile to decide on a coaching change, I think he was weighing his options based on what the roster might be like for this season. Hackett was ultimately hired because Paton already knew Russ was his QB and the deal for Rodgers fell through the year before. According to Stink, the deal was done at the previous years draft and the Packers backed out at the last second.

                            Hackett wouldn’t be here if Paton couldn’t swing a deal for a QB. You’d be looking at Jimmy Gag and Lock duking it out at QB and HC being Dan Quinn or Fangio, with Wes Phillips as OC or something along those lines.

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                            • #18
                              Well he says he is not giving up the play calling duties. If things continue who is it that can tell him yes you are, Paton maybe.

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                              • #19
                                Hackett just wants to be buddies with the players. Same way he just loves watching his buddies play the game rather than preparing for the next play call. He is watching like a fan boy instead of a coach. Basically, he still thinks like Outsen but his role is more LaFleur. It is possible he adjusts but I don't know that he has the mentality to be a HC. As someone mentioned earlier, can he flip the switch and be a hard ass if necessary?

                                The alarming comment for me was when he was asked about all the penalties. Stink, Orlando Franklin, Jame Lofton, all of them mentioned that teams they were on the HC would have ran them into the ground for the lack of discipline (25 accepted penalties in two games). Hackett's plan... put it on the screen and explain to them what they did and why they can't do it. BIG ISSUE.

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