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Old 10-04-2012, 12:08 PM   #91
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Garrett is definitely in over his head as a HC. But that's the type of coach Jerry wants, a puppet.
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Garrett is definitely in over his head as a HC. But that's the type of coach Jerry wants, a puppet.
jerry should finally take his hand out of the puppets ass and coach this team, strolling the sidelines on a segway, calling the shots.
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well whats the whole story?
Here's one story

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Skill player wise, they're really hurting offensively.
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Very classy move by McCarthy

Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy reaches out to controversial ref Wayne Elliott - ESPN
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Schiano would have left a flaming bag of turd on his doorstep.
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Schiano would have left a flaming bag of turd on his doorstep.
Speaking of him, I saw that Inside the NFL espiode last night and they said he was the toughest coach to deal with. They basically said the rest of the coaches around the league were much more professional, while Schiano was "college".

Not surprised, he seems like a first class a-hole.
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Schiano would have left a flaming bag of turd on his doorstep.
Thats always been a great one especially with Halloween approaching, just never gets old.
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Speaking of him, I saw that Inside the NFL espiode last night and they said he was the toughest coach to deal with. They basically said the rest of the coaches around the league were much more professional, while Schiano was "college".

Not surprised, he seems like a first class a-hole.
NFL teams hate him from his days at Rutgers. He never made it pleasant for scouts visiting Rutgers to check on/talk to his players. Treated them with a total lack of respect.
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NFL teams hate him from his days at Rutgers. He never made it pleasant for scouts visiting Rutgers to check on/talk to his players. Treated them with a total lack of respect.
And now he disrespects other teams by trying to maul them while in victory formation. Ugh. So lame.
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you may be right on Tebow starting, but he will win 3-5 games as starter, and NYC will be in a frenzy. No way they draft #1, and they will be stuck with Tebow at QB. Denver was smart as all to get him traded out in a way the fans felt it was a winning solution.
Good point. Tebow might win them a few games.
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Old 10-04-2012, 01:18 PM   #101
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Again, what's the purpose of a team name that's derogatory?

Giants, Eagles, Titans, Saints....Wankers.

Don't see the self-aggrandizement or clarion call in the last one. Good luck selling jerseys with the name on.

We have this topic every year. The name stays, but if you think it's racist you should withdraw your support.
For the record, I would proudly support a team called the wankers.
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Old 10-04-2012, 01:25 PM   #102
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Is Kerrigan ever going to start getting some national attention?
Yep, when the Skins start winning some big games and he has a few signature moments on the big stage. I sure feel its right around the corner!! HTTR
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Speaking of him, I saw that Inside the NFL espiode last night and they said he was the toughest coach to deal with. They basically said the rest of the coaches around the league were much more professional, while Schiano was "college".

Not surprised, he seems like a first class a-hole.

Former Miami Dolphins Coach Nick Saban "Steps Over Jeno James Convulsing" - The Phinsider

Reminds me of Nick Saban. Talk about a first class douche bag. I still in shock about this story of Saban from when he coached in Miami. Then again, he doesn't give 2 shits about his players. Just winning.


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NFL teams hate him from his days at Rutgers. He never made it pleasant for scouts visiting Rutgers to check on/talk to his players. Treated them with a total lack of respect.
Like Paterno? Word is that Penn State players were the hardest to scout due to the strict guidelines and limited time they had to scout them.

Many NFL scouts won't miss Paterno - CBSSports.com



Schiano won't be in the NFL long. Just like Saban, he's going to tuck tail and run back to NCAA.
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Yeah very much like Paterno. Not surprising, considering he was an assistant under Paterno
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Danny amendola also makes a one handed catch with Peterson all over him, great catch.
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