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Old 12-08-2013, 06:54 PM   #61
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what about now?
Watching SF vs Seattle. Watching Russell Wilson reminds me of what a professional QB looks like. To think we could have kept our picks and got a better QB kills me.


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Old 12-08-2013, 06:55 PM   #62
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I believe all of the above is true.

But if this is the case - then if MS knows he is done, why not just bench RG3, play Cousins the rest of the way to evaluate him.

Then when he gets fired Cousins can go with him on his next team..
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Old 12-08-2013, 06:57 PM   #63
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Watching SF vs Seattle. Watching Russell Wilson reminds me of what a professional QB looks like. To think we could have kept our picks and got a better QB kills me.


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Wilson is good but he won't be better than Griffin down the road just wait
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Old 12-08-2013, 06:59 PM   #64
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Rg3 is an idiot. He has been a cancer to this team and organization and should learn to at least shut the hell up. He is not a franchise quarterback. Franchise quarterbacks don't cause the problems he has, and don't say the things he says.
Definitely glad (Russel Wilson or Bob) fans aren't in charge of the team. What a difference a year makes.
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Definitely glad (Russel Wilson or Bob) fans aren't in charge of the team.
Last yr the same person was loving Griffin now they hate him wow.
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Old 12-08-2013, 07:03 PM   #66
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Great qbs wont take perks. We have had a guy like that, his name was Clinton Portis. And it was ok for Portis. Its ok for many players. Not franchise QBs
This. So much for Griffin being a leader. More like prima Donna..


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Wilson is good but he won't be better than Griffin down the road just wait
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Old 12-08-2013, 07:11 PM   #68
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I posted this question on Extremeskins.com, "Shannahan and Pete Carroll were hired within in days of one another, who's done a better job building their roster and why, plus name one position we're better at compared to Seattle". Of-course there were a lot of excuses.
They weren't in the same situation. You can't compare coaches taking over two different teams (and culture) and compare the two.

Shanahan is a good coach. Shanahan is a bad GM. That pretty much explains it.
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They weren't in the same situation. You can't compare coaches taking over two different teams (and culture) and compare the two.

Shanahan is a good coach. Shanahan is a bad GM. That pretty much explains it.
Shanahan is a bad GM. He is not a good coach. He does not do very much coaching. He's a community organizer in charge of a billion dollar football operation. He's over his head.
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Shanahan is a bad GM. He is not a good coach. He does not do very much coaching. He's a community organizer in charge of a billion dollar football operation. He's over his head.
Doesn't matter who the coach is. The owner can't have an open door policy so players can go over the coaches head.



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Where is Bruce Allen in all of this?


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Old 12-08-2013, 07:26 PM   #72
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Doesn't matter who the coach is. The owner can't have an open door policy so players can go over the coaches head.



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That's not going to change. Whether it should is a different debate.

It's very much a pro-sports thing to have an owner-QB relationship. The NFL is a relationships business. Coaches are as big a culprit of such a culture as any entity.
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Old 12-08-2013, 07:34 PM   #73
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That's not going to change. Whether it should is a different debate.

It's very much a pro-sports thing to have an owner-QB relationship. The NFL is a relationships business. Coaches are as big a culprit of such a culture as any entity.
So Rex Grossman, John Beck, Patrick Ramsey, Jason Campbell, etc had this type of relationship.
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So Rex Grossman, John Beck, Patrick Ramsey, Jason Campbell, etc had this type of relationship.
Only one we gave up a significant amount to get was Campbell...and he frankly would have benefited from such a situation.
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Only one we gave up a significant amount to get was Campbell...and he frankly would have benefited from such a situation.
And thats the problem when you play the ultimate team game of football. Cant have favorites.
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