"Doug Williams just said scheme doesn't matter. Because it's (the coaches') job to make the talent that we hand them fit their scheme. We're just gonna get the talent. That's the opposite of how they do it in New England," said Paulsen. "They work back from what they're running and how you fit into their operation."
"I want to scream about this. It is all that matters to me," Paulsen continued. "This is everything that's wrong with their operation to me, summed up in a couple of quotes."
"3-4 outside linebacker, how do you use him? Do you use him in space, does he have to cover in the flat, is he coming downhill, what are his strengths? All those things need to be determined before you draft a player, and he's basically saying here that that's not the case."
"The marriage (between front office and coaching staff) is the most necessary thing," said Rouhier. "And it goes with the way the've been, by the way. Their running game doesn't match up with their passing game, and no one talks about it."
"This is the only thing I want to talk about every day is that they've got Bill Callahan, they've got a set of running plays, they run play-action off of running plays they don't actually run, and nobody buys it."
"This is an emergency! Break everything, throw chairs through the windows, riot! Start fires!" Rouhier went on to scream. "This is the organization! This, this tire fire that's been whizzed on by a skunk."