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Time To Move Sheridan To The Booth?

Back in the spring there was talk about Bill Sheridan calling plays from the coach’s booth.  Players somehow “convinced” Coughlin that Sheridan belonged on the sidelines, well maybe the players are wrong. 

Over the past eight weeks I have a few questions? 

Where are the second half adjustments?

Why is the communication not there?

Why is Sheridan doing/not doing things he said he would/wouldn’t do? (Dropping linemen into coverage blitzing more just to name a few?)

Maybe just maybe the booth is the better spot for Sheridan.  The upper level view could give him a chance to survey the situation and maybe he sees something up there.  The booth is also a quieter place, maybe it gives him a better chance to think things through and make the neccesary calls and or adjustments required for this defense to thrive.

Now, for one, I am not calling for Sheridan’s job.   It’s pretty tough to win when you lose a starting safety, corner, linebacker and key defensive linemen.  If anything I would start questioning Gilbride but thats another story.


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One Response to “Time To Move Sheridan To The Booth?”

  1. Júlio César says:

    if he feels more comfortable in there, he should be moved… but i don’t think it’s a good idea right now, might be seen by outsiders like us and the press as a lack of confidence by coughlin/reese on him… maybe after we get back on the victory road

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