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Quotes from Jim Zorn's Media Day this Morning

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- Sherman Lewis will be doing the play-calling from the Press Box. 

Zorn: "It was strongly suggested to me after the game that the play-caller change. Very difficult for me...this is not an easy thing, but the production hasn't been there...I'm not going to speculate on how comfortable Sherm feels. I'll tell you this: He's been here for two weeks.

"We need change. We can't go on scoring six points a week."

Zorn still has the final say on which QB will start, which he hasn't decided yet. Zorn will also maintain his decision duties of whether to go for it on 4th down.

Sherman Smith and Stump Mitchell were not considered as candidates in the play-calling decision.

Chris Samuels is out Monday night. I can't imagine he sees another down this year.

"Right now, it's really just chaos," said one player who requested anonymity because of the fear of reprisal from management for speaking candidly. "It's just been one thing after another, and no one knows what's going on and how it's going to work."  [Insider]

So, Cerrato highly recommended Jim Zorn originally to be the Offensive Coordinator to Snyder, which has been a disaster from the start. Cerrato used three 2nd round draft picks, which have contributed nothing in regard to on-field presence. What else does Vinny have to do? This team is going backwards and no one is taking accountability. I certainly can't wait to see the play-calling Monday night. I'm ready for a good laugh. Like it matters though, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady couldn't score 20 points with this roster (offensive line).