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HERM EDWARDS PRESS CONFERENCE - 10/3
Oct 03, 2006, 3:14:45 PM


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HERM EDWARDS: ďJust a little fundamental sketch of Arizona, they have some very good players on offense. Some good receivers, a good runner and obviously I think at this point, I donít know if this is 100 percent accurate or not, but I think they are going to start QB Matt Leinart who is a very good quarterback, makes wise decisions and has a good release. I think they will be excited, the people in Arizona, about seeing him play in his first start at home, which is probably the best thing to do when you are starting a rookie quarterback, start them at home, thatís probably the mindset that they have.



ďThey are very good on third downs offensively and defensively. In the Red Zone they are very good when they get there and defensively they defend the end zone well. They are a team who has been in a lot of games; they are averaging about 21 points at home, so they can score points. Theyíve got some weapons on offense. Defensively they are very quick. Theyíve got a couple of good players in their secondary, one of their safeties is a very good player who comes down and blitzes a lot, a tough tackling defense. They are a speed defense similar to ours, they run to the ball very well and theyíve just been in a bunch of games where turnovers have hurt them. Theyíve turned the ball over 11 times and when you do that it gets you. When you look at our league now, when you turn the ball over on the road, youíre minus one or more, your percent of winning is about 12 percent, so itís not very good on the road. Youíve got to know that and when you turn the ball over at home, itís not much better when you turn it over. The turnovers have gotten them. I know that (Cardinals head coach) Dennis Green is going to preach that, donít turn the ball over, and if you donít you always have a chance to win.

ďThis will be a big game in the fact for us that it is a road game, we havenít played very well on the road, weíre going into a hostile environment and it will be a good test for us. We just had a win and now we can see how we handle winning. I think the way you handle it is you have to go win again. This is an environment where we have to play one of our better games if we are going to win.Ē

Q: Is QB Trent Green out for Sunday?

EDWARDS: ďAt this point, yeah. He will probably be around here this week. He hasnít started to work out yet. so weíll see as the doctors let him progress we can see where he is at, but I would assume that Damon Huard is our quarterback this week.Ē

Q: What about T Kyle Turley?

EDWARDS: ďTurley is getting better. Weíll see this week if he is going to participate or not. At this point I donít know that, heís getting treatment, but heís doing ok. Heís feeling better then he did last week, I know that.Ē

Q: What does your defense have to do to impress you?

EDWARDS: ďKeep playing like this for 13 more games, theyíve got to keep doing what they are doing. Itís sad when youíre a defensive minded coach because they never get any credit. It was kind of that way when I was a player, I always assumed that you had to play a little bit better and do a little bit more. These guys understand that. They understand theyíve got to stay on this pace now. They canít just go three games and then go Ďok.í We havenít arrived yet, not by any stretch of the imagination. Weíre still a work in progress like I keep saying, on both sides of the football. We just had one of those days on Sunday where everything fell in place. Now weíll see where we are going on the road after a win. We havenít won a game all year, so this is our first win. Weíll see how we handle winning after you win a game. Do you think you are pretty good? If so, weíre going to get ourselves in trouble.Ē

Q: Is that a test for you, because the Chiefs have not played well on the road?

EDWARDS: ďYeah, we have not played well on the road. We went to Denver, had a chance to win on the road and we didnít do it. Right now weíre not very good on the road. Historically, for the last five years, we havenít been very good on the road. Weíre .400 on the road in the last five years. Thatís not good. Thatís not playoff caliber, so weíve got to improve that.Ē

Q: In New York your team was good on the road. How do you take that experience and apply it to this team?

EDAWARDS: ďI think they learned, hopefully, from our experience in Denver how to do that, how to keep the crowd out of it. You donít allow the big plays, you donít turn the ball over, you just kind of methodically just play the game and as you keep playing the game the crowd continues to stay out of the game and all of a sudden itís the fourth quarter and youíve got a chance. Or you get a lead and all of a sudden you turn the tables on them. There is a mindset you have to play with. I always tell them that when you go on the road, youíve got to survive the first quarter and then you canít turn the ball over. You cannot turn the ball over. If you watched the game last night a little bit, Green Bay was playing fairly well and then all of a sudden they turned the ball over. Then all of a sudden now the game is out of hand. You canít do that. They survived the first half; they turned the ball over a couple of times too. Philly turned it over a couple of times going in. The visiting team, their kind of in the game in the second half, then you turn the ball over two or three times, game over. You canít do that on the road. It getting to be an even more factor in our league, itís unbelievable. You watch games and the games are pretty close and itís kind of ugly. Nobody is really moving the ball and then all of a sudden there is a turn over and its three points. Then another turnover and its seven points. All of a sudden you have 10 points created by turnovers. You donít survive those things, you donít. If you look at the stats, and the stats donít lie, I look at them every year and they donít change. If youíre minus in turnover ratio on the road, your percent of winning is less than 10% in the league and youíre in trouble. Your team knows it. Iím not saying you canít turn it over, but you better go and get some to get it back to even, because if you donít youíre going down the wrong road.Ē

Q: Can you talk about how a defensive coordinator goes about preparing for a rookie quarterback making his first start?

EDWARDS: ďObviously you have to look at his strengths. His strengths are his ability to get rid of the ball, he has a quick release, his is a very smart quarterback. He reminds me a little bit of Jets QB Chad Pennington in the fact that he understands where his receivers are. I think heís pretty good at reading his coverages. Now the speed of the game is a little big different here then it is in college. I think what you try to do is you try to give him some different looks. You obviously have to put him in the known downs to see how he handles them. I think for most quarterbacks in this league, and this is what separates the real good ones from the guys that are pretty good, is third down. Thatís the big down for the quarterback in this league. Can you make the throw on third down to keep the drive alive? When you see the great ones, thatís what they do.Ē

Q: Do your eyes get a little bigger as a defensive coordinator when you face a guy making his debut?

EDWARDS: ďYou do, but you still have to be cautious because they thing they have is that they have some gifted wide receivers that can make plays and thatís always scary. They are just one play away from making the big play. When you can throw the ball and youíve got some receivers who can jump up when they are covered and catch it, thatís what they do. This offense is kind of similar to the one that (Cardinals head coach) Denny (Green) had in Minnesota that we used to have to play twice a year. He had WR Randy Moss and all of those guys up there and you just shake your head because you knew they are going to test you vertically, theyíre going to throw the ball down the field and you figured if they threw it five times, you survived it if you only let them complete two. If you let them hit on three or more, you werenít winning the game. Thatís what you have to defend when you play these guys and theyíve got a good runner in RB Edgerrin James. He (Green) is kind of building this thing like he built it in Minnesota. It takes a little time getting the pieces in order and Denny is a good football coach, he knows how to attack you offensively. Thatís what you kind of have to look at when you play them.Ē

Q: How different will your preparations be when you are preparing for a veteran guy like QB Kurt Warner?

EDWARDS: ďYou look at what they try and do offensively and I think the quarterback is one part of it, but you still have to play in the pieces of what they have and they surround him as a quarterback with some talented guys that can make plays offensively. I think that Matt (Leinart) is a quick study, he understands that. He doesnít have a lot of playing time in the NFL, I think every time he goes on the field he gains more confidence in himself of playing at this level. Heís a confident kid, I think he understands their offense and heís got some gifted receivers. When you line up in that situation, youíve got to be ready to play.Ē

Q: Your defensive game plan might not be that much different than it would be if QB Kurt Warner was playing?

EDWARDS: ďWell, our plan is our plan and we are going to have a certain attack on how we are going to try and attack people in what we try to do. I think that every coordinator understands that when you go in, youíve got to know what you can do. I always say that we have to play to our strengths on defense. You always try to take away some things that they do well and make them try and beat you with things they donítí do quite as well. To me it never changes when you play defense, youíve got to stop the run. Youíve got to stop the run, period. If you donít stop the run you are in trouble, I donít care who you are. Any defensive coordinator will tell you that. They all say the same thing, the first thing you do in the room, you donít even watch the passes. As soon as the week starts, you watch the run. You watch what they run, how they block the run, how are we going to stop the run, period. From there it goes to the passing game, then itís third down, then itís the Red Zone, but the main emphasis right away is you look at the teams and see who their runner and how do we stop them from running? What are their best run plays? If you canít stop the run, forget it, I hope you can outscore them because it is going to be a long day for you.Ē

Q: RB Edgerrin James hasnít really gotten on track yet. Whatís been the situation out there?

EDWARDS: ďA little bit of a new system. Their offensive line is still getting coordinated together and that has something to do with it. Edgerrin is a heck of a football player and what he can hurt you with is he comes out of the backfield and catch passes and make first downs for you to keep the chains going. When you look at their time of possession, they possess the ball about 30 minutes a game. About half the time they have the ball on offense and thatís not good. We donít want to get into one of those games either where you get on the road and the home team has the ball over 30 minutes. Thatís not good and I always say that defensively you want to be fresh and you donít want to play over 30 minutes. Thatís a concern right there and they are very good on third downs at 44 percent, so they are converting third downs and that time of possession is that 30 minutes. Weíre going to have to play well on third down, I know that right now. That sticks out of my eye in my mind right now that they have 44 percent, thatís ok on third down. Youíve got to get off the field on third down.Ē

Q: How much of their struggles can be attributed to the offense?

EDWARDS: ďI just think that they are holding everything in offensively. The thing is, itís like anything else, when you go through a game that you turn the ball over a week before and everybody says their struggling, what happens? Players play better the next week so I anticipate that they are going to be at their best when they play us, so we better be looking forward for that.Ē

Q: Are you worried that it might be a problem with the praise your defense is getting?

EDWARDS: ďWhat they are going to have to realize is donít get distracted. Donít get outside what we are trying to do. All of that doesnít matter unless you continue to win and you are consistent. We have to be more consistent as we play and we donít know how good we are yet. We wonít know that until the end of the year when it is all said and done. If you donít win, it really doesnít matter. Weíve got to win games, weíve got to play defense a certain way. I think the thing that we have to never lose sight of is that we are going to be a tough football team in all three phases of the game. Offense, defense, special teams, at the end of the day we better play tough every week. If you donít do that, itís not good. Weíre going to have to have that mindset every week. As far as accolades; accolades are accolades. Donít worry about them, just line up and keep playing. Donít worry about them, just donít read your press release. Just keep playing and get better and we have to get better. We have to get better on defense and offensively.Ē

Q: How much of a load is it to get that first win off of your back?

EDWARDS: ďI feel good for the players and the coaches because of what they put into it. I think itís good for them to enjoy a win. Itís always better to win than lose. You get a little bit of confidence in yourself, you feel good about yourself. You feel good until Monday and then it goes away for me. You feel good Sunday night and generally on Monday you wake up and you get here early and I donít feel good again, I want to win another game. Thatís how I do it. Iíve always done it that way as a player and thatís whatís kind of sad because you have been in this league for a long time and you donít enjoy those wins enough anymore because you are always worried about the next week. Itís a crazy game that we are involved in. Itís a short couple of hours of being happy and then you start thinking about next week. Because really, if you donít win the next week, that one really doesnít do you any good. You say, Ďone game and then we lost again.í You donít want that, you donít want to get into that situation, you want to keep winning at thatís what we try to do.Ē

Q: What did you see in DT Steve Williams that made you want to promote him to the active roster?

EDWARDS: ďWe told players when we first arrived here that if you were a player and you were doing things that we asked you to do, you were going to get a chance. If you say it, youíve got to go and do it. Weíve seen him progress practice after practice and felt that at this point we are going to bring this guy up; weíre going to let him play. He did, we put him in the game and he played. I think it sends a good message to your football team. I always tell players I donít care how you get here. If you are on this team, youíre on this team. If you get an opportunity to play, you do what you are asked to do and we think you can be a productive player weíre going to put you on the field. Defensive line coach Tim Krumrie needs some credit on that and heís coached the kid. The guy was a free agent, came in here and has worked his tail off and he needed an opportunity and played fairly well. He got about 20 plays and heís in the rotation system with the defensive linemen and good for him. He worked at it, he deserves it and now heís got to continue to get better. Now that he went through his first game, you can say well itís my first game I played; well Iím already on him. I said, Ďyouíve got to improve now, youíre on film, so now youíve got to get better.í So thatís what he has to do.Ē
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Old 10-03-2006, 02:37 PM   #2
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I never paid any attention to Steve Williams in TC, anybody know the guy's background? Got a shot at being any good?
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Old 10-03-2006, 02:49 PM   #5
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Is Herm lying about Bennett? Did he race Waters?
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Old 10-03-2006, 03:04 PM   #6
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Williams is a FA from NWMSU. He was pretty solid in college from what my friends who watch the bearcats regular told me...high motor guy. There was some disgruntlement when he didn't play in the DII playoffs or national championship game last year due to an injury. He had a knee issue in camp, and didn't play alot, but obviously showed that he had potential when he did.

I think his playing time is a testiment to his motor and improvement, and Dalton stinking up the field.
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Old 10-03-2006, 03:49 PM   #7
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Is Herm lying about Bennett? Did he race Waters?
Nope, no lie, it was mentioned onthe Fox broadcast that it happened, tore the hammy racing Waters in a foot race, Waters had a 10 yard head start.
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But, I thought the Hermiliar said that he wasn't racing Waters?

I'm so confused.

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Nope, no lie, it was mentioned onthe Fox broadcast that it happened, tore the hammy racing Waters in a foot race, Waters had a 10 yard head start.
Herm said he hurt it in practice and denied that he raced Waters.
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He tore it? Do we know that for sure? I hope it is not that serious.
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He tore it? Do we know that for sure? I hope it is not that serious.
A pulled muscle is a torn muscle. Depending on what degree the tear is determines if it is a serious injury or not.
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Williams is a FA from NWMSU. He was pretty solid in college from what my friends who watch the bearcats regular told me...high motor guy. There was some disgruntlement when he didn't play in the DII playoffs or national championship game last year due to an injury. He had a knee issue in camp, and didn't play alot, but obviously showed that he had potential when he did.

I think his playing time is a testiment to his motor and improvement, and Dalton stinking up the field.
Thanks for the info!
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A pulled muscle is a torn muscle. Depending on what degree the tear is determines if it is a serious injury or not.
Thanks, I have pulled muscles before but did not realize I had torn them. That sounds so much more serious. I would think if you have torn a muscle you should qualify as an athlete.
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