Phillips’ job security looks bleak from any vantage point. (Even the requisite website pleading with Jones to “Fire Wade Phillips” has been started).
“It just looked like they weren’t into the game like an NFL team should be”
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Fire Wade Phillips, and win the Super Bowl, NEXT SEASON
IRVING, Texas — Patrick Crayton no longer reports to work at Valley Ranch, but he can still create some waves around these parts by opening his mouth.
Crayton, the veteran receiver who was traded to the Chargers for a late-round draft pick just before final cuts, was pretty frank this week when asked about Wade Phillips.
â€œWade is very, very laid back to where you’d want him to tighten up on some of the young guys and he wouldn’t,â€ Crayton said during an appearance on 1090 AM in San Diego. â€œAnd just when you think he is, he backs off and wouldn’t say anything.”
Crayton also confirmed that Phillips had â€œnothing to do with the offense in Dallas,â€ saying he was just a defensive coach. That doesnâ€™t exactly paint a portrait of a head coach with complete authority.
Basically, Crayton just acknowledged that Phillipsâ€™ image as a soft coach without complete control is accurate.
Crayton was at least kind enough to say that he liked Phillips. The feeling might not be mutual, especially after Phillips catchesâ€™ wind of Craytonâ€™s latest comments.
They all agree, Wade is the problem FIRE HIM
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