View Poll Results: Would you prefer to have a great offense, or a great defense?

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  • I'll take an average balance over either.

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    My vote is a good offense will beat a good defense and I think thats the problem with Herm. He thinks you can win with a good D and no offense. You need to score to win, period.. He just doesn't have the no how on offense.

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    Herm lost another one for us.

    This is unbelievable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    Herm lost another one for us.

    This is unbelievable.
    Actually for Herm, this is incredibly believable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    That depends. What do I get on the other side of the ball?

    If I get an average opposite side of the ball, then I like a great defense.

    If I am going to get a good opposite side, then I want a great defense.

    But, if I get a poor opposite side, or a horrible opposite side, then give me a great offense.
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    Doesn't sound like it depends to me. You took a great defense no matter what.

    I agree it is better to have a great defense, but there is still no reason to hamstring your O.
    You should have read a little bit closer. I only prefer the offense, if you are going to give me a bad opposite side of the ball.

    I feel that a great offense can cover for a poor defense, better than the reverse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    You should have read a little bit closer. I only prefer the offense, if you are going to give me a bad opposite side of the ball.

    I feel that a great offense can cover for a poor defense, better than the reverse.
    My bad.

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    The Chiefs did it quite well in the mid 2000s, REALLY bad defense, but we still won games with our offense. I agree with chief31.
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    you said poll, but i dont see the poll :)

    but yeah, you have to have points to win.

    BUT...if we had a field goal kicker, we MIGHT have won.

    if payton didnt get first down on the qb sneak, we might have won. We were in it at least. I cant #$# about any of our players, just the coaches.

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    just as much as i love OUR TENACIOUS D this season,

    i really really miss our HIGH FLYIN OFFENSE we had....

    at least we saw first down conversions and TD's and dammit, i miss that...
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    That depends. What do I get on the other side of the ball?

    If I get an average opposite side of the ball, then I like a great defense.

    If I am going to get a good opposite side, then I want a great defense.

    But, if I get a poor opposite side, or a horrible opposite side, then give me a great offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    That depends. What do I get on the other side of the ball?

    If I get an average opposite side of the ball, then I like a great defense.

    If I am going to get a good opposite side, then I want a great defense.

    But, if I get a poor opposite side, or a horrible opposite side, then give me a great offense.
    Doesn't sound like it depends to me. You took a great defense no matter what.

    I agree it is better to have a great defense, but there is still no reason to hamstring your O.
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