We’ve been pretty rough on defensive coordinator Paul Pasqualoni around here lately. DRK has lambasted him here. I said something about him having the permanent look of a dude who just walked in on his wife blowing a horse. Mainly though, we’ve gone postal on the guy because of his lack of adjusting his defensive schemes, as well as his uncanny ability to channel Tom Olivadotti lately. We shit on things, because we love.
But Jason Taylor went on Joe Rose’s morning show yesterday and said we need to give Pasqualoni some credit:
“[Pasqualoni] did a real nice job of staying aggressive and not necessarily of getting in the mode of, ‘Well they have to score a touchdown to beat us so let’s kind of sit back and just make sure they stay out of the endzone with no timeouts,’” Taylor said on today’s show. “We remained aggressive and kept the pressure on them.”
So, a little credit is due to coach Pasqualoni. The man has come through the last two games against a couple of tough offenses. He’s getting his young corners help, he’s coming after the quarterback, and he’s unleashing Cameron Wake at the right times.
Instead of sitting back in prevent mode waiting for the shit to hit the fan, he’s going after it, which is just the opposite of what he used to do, which is kinda gay. And I hate anything that’s gay. I find that I have to maintain that hatred to stay sharp. For example, whenever I feel my hatred for gay things slipping, I picture my girlfriend cheating on me with a gay guy. That gets me quite vexed, I tell you.