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Old 10-20-2023, 10:32 AM   #31
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Apparently if BB is fired, Commanders are favourites to hire him. Whether his getting fired or not is actually likely would you replace RR with BB?

Me, I want someone young and hungry, but if anyone could turn this D into a unit BB could.
Mike Greenberg started this in his morning show
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Apparently if BB is fired, Commanders are favourites to hire him. Whether his getting fired or not is actually likely would you replace RR with BB?

Me, I want someone young and hungry, but if anyone could turn this D into a unit BB could.

Would I like to replace a perennial loser with a future HOF’er. Let me think about,….

YES
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Mike Greenberg started this in his morning show

https://www.nbcsportsboston.com/nfl/...argers/560011/

From yesterday. Boston sports news.
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Old 10-20-2023, 03:02 PM   #34
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With the caveat that as long as Howell and EB continue to succeed, if/when there's a coaching change with the team, I would hope that EB is the one that becomes head coach.

I feel that this would be the only way to achieve some continuity, at least on offense. I've seen way too many situations in which a new head coach wants their own QB. And I feel that's what would happen if we bring anybody else.
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Old 10-20-2023, 03:33 PM   #35
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HARD PASS on Belichick. He's going to retire imo. He's not coming here. The media needs to just drum shit up.
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Old 10-22-2023, 12:19 PM   #36
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HARD PASS on Belichick. He's going to retire imo. He's not coming here. The media needs to just drum shit up.
"Hard Pass" is different from "he's not coming here". If he was available and willing to come here, you wouldn't hire him?

I don't think he's retiring btw. He still needs to pass Don Shula in career wins. Plus Andy Reid has a chance to get there too so he needs to not just pass Shula but also put some distance between them after passing him.
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Won’t be long for TH to be the guy in Atlanta. Ridder is bad


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Old 10-22-2023, 05:14 PM   #38
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Well he'll have at least one more week after the win
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HARD PASS on Belichick. He's going to retire imo. He's not coming here. The media needs to just drum shit up.

BB will only Coach for one other team and they aren't in need of a new Coach.

Mr Kraft said BB can Coach the Pats as long as he (BB) wants.
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Must be nice to have a 5-1 team. I don’t think we will ever see that in Washington again.


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Must be nice to have a 5-1 team. I don’t think we will ever see that in Washington again.


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Tyreke Hill should be the MVP this year. He’s been RIDICULOUSLY Good


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Both of these teams are fun as hell to watch.


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The Eagles have zero penalties tonight. Laughable and straight up BS.
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The Eagles have zero penalties tonight. Laughable and straight up BS.

They will beat us by 3 tds next week


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