From Herb Zurkowsky:
“I told them the standard I’ve been giving them is not acceptable. I feel I’ve not lived up to the expectation of a true OC,? said (Anthony) Calvillo, in his first full season as the Alouettes’ offensive coordinator. “I told them we’re starting from scratch. We’re going to have a new standard. We’re going to have respect for each other. Those guys are going to take ownership of this. That’s how we’re going to move forward.?
He said he has been relying too heavily on the other offensive assistants, Calvillo stating he must learn to stand on his own.
“This is how it’s going to get done, period. The coaches can bring more information to me but, at the end of the day, it’s my voice that needs to be heard,? Calvillo said. “I don’t want to put this the wrong way but, at the end of the day, I have to make a decision on what plays we’re going to call and run, how we’re going to protect. That ends with me.
“It might not be the way they’re used to doing it, but we’re going to do things my way.?
“I have to set their standard. Whether they believe their standard is that high, it doesn’t matter,? Calvillo said. “If they’re not doing what I ask of them … they’re going to be standing right next to me. That’s how we’re going to move forward.?
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