Colin Cowherd: “You can SEE the impact of Brian Daboll. There are three things that matter in coaching… ‘Situational’ – Giants are now an excellent situational football team, good on 3rd down and good in the red zone. ‘Does your coach make adjustments at halftime?’ The Giants are +31 this year in second-half point differential, top 3 in the league. That’s WITH Daniel Jones. ‘Do you get the ball to the right people?’ Saquon Barkley, with almost 700 total yards, leads the NFL. Thee boxes that Brian Daboll is immediately checking: they’re much better situationally, they make unbelievable adjustments at half, and he gets the ball to the right people. I can argue that Matt LaFleur is bad at all three. How do you get outplayed by Daniel Jones situationally with your o-line, Aaron Jones, Aaron Rodgers, and your tight end? The Packers don’t do anything at half. This entire season they’ve been a one-half team. They work hard in Green Bay all week and then they come into the game and they have a great first half. They are -20 in point differential in the second-half. They make no adjustments, they’re a one-half football team. Aaron Rodgers said it’s not ‘sustainable’, and he’s right, you can’t keep winning like this. Do they get the ball to the people who SHOULD have the ball? NO, the Packers don’t do that either. Aaron Jones leads the NFL in yards per carry, and he’s their best player on offense outside of Aaron Rodgers. He’s 19th in attempts. We do this from time to time: tall, thin, good-looking, we just lump Matt LaFleur with McVay and Shanahan. ‘He’s one of the great young coaches!’ Why? Brian Daboll is what coaching looks like, you can see it on the field. People have anointed Matt LaFleur as a great coach – SHOW IT TO ME. I’ve been watching this team meltdown at home situationally in the fourth quarter the last two years. They’re beating up on this division, and you didn’t hire LaFleur to beat the Lions, you hired him to beat Tom Brady and the Rams to get to Super Bowls. SHOW ME THE MONEY. What part of Green Bay is playing great football? The defense isn’t even as good as I thought it would be. The Giants went up and down the field on them in the second half.” (Full Video Above)
Watch Colin Cowherd explain why his faith in Packers head coach Matt LaFleur has sunk even lower than it already was to begin with, as LaFleur’s uninspired Packers are barely holding onto a playoff spot in the NFC at the moment.
Check out the segment above as Colin details why he doesn’t think LaFleur has proved that he’s a good coach besides being young and handsome like Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan.