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Old 09-25-2017, 03:27 PM   #61
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My opinion of ODB is documented.On other news do not be surprised if Reese is gone at years end the Giants are done,there is a small but aggressive ground swell to bring back Coughlin and to hire a GM released recently by another NFC East team.,this team has no desire ,no fire,no discipline and nether does it's coach.
It's like your GM has taken everything the Redskins did wrong in the Vinny era and decided to try them.

I doubt Coughlin ever returns after the way he was booted out of the organization.
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Watch the skins get good and then no one cares about the NFL, the SB with them in it will have a 100 viewers. LOL!
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It's like your GM has taken everything the Redskins did wrong in the Vinny era and decided to try them.

I doubt Coughlin ever returns after the way he was booted out of the organization.
I agree,Coughlin Likes the Jags he is staying but for sure Reese is gone.
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Is someone ever gonna get in his face? I mean this is clown shit. I wouldn't be very happy if I was a Giants fan.
Could you imagine what Parcells would have done to him? Actually, I would like to imagine that.
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Could you imagine what Parcells would have done to him? Actually, I would like to imagine that.
But yet go out to your local little league football and everyone looks like him. That's who the parents and NFL have made a bitch the role model.

It's just funny to watch
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Im staying medium on this one. McVay is a rookie HC, with now 3 game films on him. Id wait to see how the Rams close out the season when opposing coaches have enough film on him to make adjustments, then see how McVay adjusts to the adjustments.

Zorn went 6-2 to start his 1st season, finished on a 2-6 run.

But I do think the Rams have talent in all the right places and McVay can scheme an offense.
Finished on a 6-19 run if you count the next season too. But that was obviously a case of being overmatched, the guy had never been a coordinator before so head coach should've never been an option. There's a good reason all current head coaches have coordinator or college HC experience before they get the gig.
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My opinion of ODB is documented.On other news do not be surprised if Reese is gone at years end the Giants are done,there is a small but aggressive ground swell to bring back Coughlin and to hire a GM released recently by another NFC East team.,this team has no desire ,no fire,no discipline and nether does it's coach.
Well where was this talk last year? Giants start off 0-3 and everyone wants to start firing people. It's just so typical of the NFL.

Coughlin got fired for the same reasons you want to fire Macado. Giants can't run the ball and they aren't good enough on offense to be one sided.

I watched that game Sun and really it came down to a few plays. It could have gone either way. Terrible call not giving that TD to Shepard.
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Giantone. What in the hell is odb doing? That celebration is straight weak.
Beckham is the ultimate narcissist. But after he made a fool of himself and cost the team 15 yards not one player from the Giants confronted him. That shows me they have a total lack of leadership. Those guys on defense should have got all up in his grill. What a fuckin' bitch. Can't stand that guy.
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Beckham is the ultimate narcissist. But after he made a fool of himself and cost the team 15 yards not one player from the Giants confronted him. That shows me they have a total lack of leadership. Those guys on defense should have got all up in his grill. What a fuckin' bitch. Can't stand that guy.
That D is 32 against the run,the're not in anyone's grill!I don't like him either as I have stated .I will say it's not where a team starts but where they finish.
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Well where was this talk last year? Giants start off 0-3 and everyone wants to start firing people. It's just so typical of the NFL.

Coughlin got fired for the same reasons you want to fire Macado. Giants can't run the ball and they aren't good enough on offense to be one sided.

I watched that game Sun and really it came down to a few plays. It could have gone either way. Terrible call not giving that TD to Shepard.
Coughlin had been there for a while with no a winning season in the last four years ,his reason for termination was different,Jerry Reese is the one that should be gone and will be.
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Could you imagine what Parcells would have done to him? Actually, I would like to imagine that.
What did he do to LT when on a Monday night game he didn't show up till the end of the 1st quarter?
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Carson threw a strike
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What did he do to LT when on a Monday night game he didn't show up till the end of the 1st quarter?
I confess I don't recall that happening. I would be curious to know if there were consequences, although your comments suggests there were none. But I wouldn't be surprised if a juvenile TD celebration that resulted in a penalty might be met with a pretty bad and swift reaction.
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Dallas dodged a bullet there. An Arizona TD wiped out by a holding call, and then the Cardinals missed a FG.
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So Chris Johnson was the backup plan to d Johnson? Effing poor by the cards.
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