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MABroncoFan 01-24-2013 12:15 PM

Ron Milus
 
to San Diego

TheReverend 01-24-2013 12:23 PM

Don't like it.

Lots of growth and over-performance from our younger, unheralded guys while he was coaching the secondary.

24champ 01-24-2013 12:37 PM

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Originally Posted by TheReverend (Post 3788087)
Don't like it.

Lots of growth and over-performance from our younger, unheralded guys while he was coaching the secondary.

His contract was not renewed with the Broncos. Rumor has it that the players did not like Milus. So he was let go. Not a loss at all, IMO.

SeedReaver 01-24-2013 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by 24champ (Post 3788099)
His contract was not renewed with the Broncos. Rumor has it that the players did not like Milus. So he was let go. Not a loss at all, IMO.

I'm not sure how you can claim that with the development of Chris Harris, Tony Carter (sometimes), Quentin Carter, and even Rahim Moore (bonehead play not included).

boltaneer 01-24-2013 01:51 PM

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Originally Posted by 24champ (Post 3788099)
His contract was not renewed with the Broncos. Rumor has it that the players did not like Milus. So he was let go. Not a loss at all, IMO.

Maybe the players didn't like him telling them not to get beat deep. :flower:

In all seriousness, another good hire by McCoy IMO. Almost anyone would have been an upgrade to the previous DB coach here though.

24champ 01-24-2013 02:34 PM

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Originally Posted by SeedReaver (Post 3788171)
I'm not sure how you can claim that with the development of Chris Harris, Tony Carter (sometimes), Quentin Carter, and even Rahim Moore (bonehead play not included).

There are other coaches involved with their development as well, not just Milus. When you don't have a good relationship with your players, what good does that do for the team? Broncos moved on and replaced him.

No real loss.

01-24-2013 03:10 PM

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Originally Posted by SeedReaver (Post 3788171)
I'm not sure how you can claim that with the development of Chris Harris, Tony Carter (sometimes), Quentin Carter, and even Rahim Moore (bonehead play not included).

Del Rio effect.

01-24-2013 04:07 PM

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Originally Posted by boltaneer (Post 3788176)
Maybe the players didn't like him telling them not to get beat deep. :flower:

In all seriousness, another good hire by McCoy IMO. Almost anyone would have been an upgrade to the previous DB coach here though.


Yes the getting beat deep thing was a mess, especially when you add in the overwhelming advantage the refs gave the murdering ravens.

boltaneer 01-24-2013 04:57 PM

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Originally Posted by jerseyboiler120 (Post 3788323)
Yes the getting beat deep thing was a mess, especially when you add in the overwhelming advantage the refs gave the murdering ravens.

Waah.

Moore knocks down that ball and the Broncos win. End of story.

Mediator12 01-24-2013 05:21 PM

Milus has burned bridges before, but Telesco knows him and so does McCoy so again its not necessarily how good you are, it's who you know.....

Lestat 01-24-2013 05:31 PM

i'll laugh if we win a game vs the Chargers due to the their pass coverage next season.
i'll be like "hmm, the Ron Milus effect."

boltaneer 01-24-2013 06:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Lestat (Post 3788365)
i'll laugh if we win a game vs the Chargers due to the their pass coverage next season.
i'll be like "hmm, the Ron Milus effect."

Well, the secondary is the weak spot on the Chargers defense right now. As inconsistent as Jammer and Cason are, they're at least proven corners. They'll most likely be going with Gilchrist and Wright who are two relatively unknowns, though with good potential.

If they don't upgrade their pass rush this off season (Ingram better step up since Philips will be gone), the secondary will be a liability, no matter who the coaches are.

Rohirrim 01-24-2013 06:37 PM

Works for me. :thumbs:

Lestat 01-24-2013 06:46 PM

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Originally Posted by boltaneer (Post 3788398)
Well, the secondary is the weak spot on the Chargers defense right now. As inconsistent as Jammer and Cason are, they're at least proven corners. They'll most likely be going with Gilchrist and Wright who are two relatively unknowns, though with good potential.

If they don't upgrade their pass rush this off season (Ingram better step up since Philips will be gone), the secondary will be a liability, no matter who the coaches are.

there are a ton of issues with the Chargers, i care nothing about them so long as we win.

boltaneer 01-24-2013 09:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Lestat (Post 3788405)
there are a ton of issues with the Chargers, i care nothing about them so long as we win.

The biggest issue got the boot. Things are definitely looking up! ;D


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