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Old 12-03-2023, 05:02 PM   #16
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This team is totally dead. Bottom 5 roster. There was a serious gap in talent the last few weeks. Add in Ron and EB and you got nothing, just nothing.
Howell's stats are awful from today. If they finish top 3, QB is def in play
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This is what us fans get served for lunch 70% of the time:

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Ron must now have his mind on what life is going to be like post-NFL. And who cares any more about SH having continuity in EBís system, whatever that is.


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Old 12-03-2023, 05:05 PM   #19
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I'm still drinking the kool-aid for 2024. But it's really just wishful thinking until we find out who the GM is. Harris hiring the right GM is more important than all other offseason decisions combined. If he hires the right GM, its fucking go-time.
Reasons to be optimistic for 2024:

We're going to have a new GM that will likely do a better job at using the draft and free agency to address the team's needs.

We're going to have a top draft pick with the possibility of moving up to #1 overall (depending on how the draft shakes out).

We are very likely going to have, for the first time in a LONG time, a new HC with a rookie QB.

We will hopefully have better coaches.

We will have $90 million in cap space.



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Old 12-03-2023, 05:08 PM   #20
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It is just that the more this team trots out there the more empty the cupboard seems. I have faith they will hire a good GM. Certainly way better than Rivera. I am just questioning whether any GM on Earth can overhaul 80 percent of our roster in one offseason. I know the coaching staff makes it look worse than it is, but remember that the same idiot making these players look bad also acquired them. The overall talent on this roster is weak as fuck.
This team is a call, and an inch, and a bounce from being winless.
The right GM with our current resources this off/draft season: The opportunity to massively improve this roster. I don't think its possible to think we can be like legit super bowl winners in 2024, but I absolutely believe its possible to finish over .500 and make the playoffs. There is generally at least 1 or 2 teams that make the playoffs after not making it. Why not us. The Snyder stench is officially fucking dead the day after week 17 is over.
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The ammunition is all there for a rebuild. No doubt, at all, whatsoever, that whoever the GM is they will be more equipped than this dope is.
Cap space and picks including a very high one - all the things you mentioned Ruh. It is extremely encouraging.

But there is way more to fix, replace, reform on this team than i thought there was a month ago. Way more. Might take a couple years to be in any serious discussions. Next year is better already just because you canít be worse than this.
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The ammunition is all there for a rebuild. No doubt, at all, whatsoever, that whoever the GM is they will be more equipped than this dope is.
Cap space and picks including a very high one - all the things you mentioned Ruh. It is extremely encouraging.

But there is way more to fix, replace, reform on this team than i thought there was a month ago. Way more. Might take a couple years to be in any serious discussions. Next year is better already just because you canít be worse than this.
Yep, I'd gladly take a 9-win season in 2024. I mean it's not great, but definitely shows we're moving the right direction. If we can win 10 or more, even if we lose the 1st round by 173 points, it's a clear sign, we're moving on up to the east side.
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Jartavius Martin 1 on 1 on Hill, 1st drive. Fucking dead. JDR at home getting drunk as fuck watching 1/6 videos and Rivera's defense.
Hell, he coached as if he was inebriated, so he's probably feeling right at home so to speak.
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The ammunition is all there for a rebuild. No doubt, at all, whatsoever, that whoever the GM is they will be more equipped than this dope is.
Cap space and picks including a very high one - all the things you mentioned Ruh. It is extremely encouraging.

But there is way more to fix, replace, reform on this team than i thought there was a month ago. Way more. Might take a couple years to be in any serious discussions. Next year is better already just because you canít be worse than this.
I think this is where better coaching comes in. I'm pretty sure there are some players (i.e. Terry, Allen, Payne) that will benefit from better coaching. IF, of course, the new regime decides to keep them.

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The ammunition is all there for a rebuild. No doubt, at all, whatsoever, that whoever the GM is they will be more equipped than this dope is.
Cap space and picks including a very high one - all the things you mentioned Ruh. It is extremely encouraging.

But there is way more to fix, replace, reform on this team than i thought there was a month ago. Way more. Might take a couple years to be in any serious discussions. Next year is better already just because you canít be worse than this.
I still believe between a horrible o-line, horrible head coach, and horrible defensive and offensive coordinators that it's not as dire as it may seem.

Is it fixable in one off-season? It's possible it is fixable. Will it get fixed and will we have the "right" people in place to fix things and make us a competitive bunch next season remains to be seen. I think, per the latter, we can be extremely competitive and fight for a playoff spot in '24.
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I don't care how big of a cap hit Wylie is, get that bum off the team. He is not a tackle in the NFL.
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I don't care how big of a cap hit Wylie is, get that bum off the team. He is not a tackle in the NFL.
"Stuck in his Stance" Wylie won't be back with us next season. If so, he'll be moved inside and he will not be a starter.
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At this point the whole staff can go.

Get a New GM
New HC
New OC
New DC

The only way EB stays is if heís HC and he hasnít earned that so he will leave too.

If they get the 3rd pick (itís possible)

QB is definitely in play with a new staff.


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Ron took an solid offensive line with 2 elite players and turned into a collection of JAGs. It will be one of the single biggest reasons he's gone at the end of the year. The 2nd reason is going d-line in the first round for 4 years (2? of which not his fault) and getting nothing to show for it.

Side note on today - I like McDaniel and respect him but felt like it was a little bush league going for a td on 4th down at the end of the game when they already secured the blowout win. Hope the football gods pay him back in some manner this year for that one.
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Ron took an solid offensive line with 2 elite players and turned into a collection of JAGs. It will be one of the single biggest reasons he's gone at the end of the year. The 2nd reason is going d-line in the first round for 4 years (2? of which not his fault) and getting nothing to show for it.

Side note on today - I like McDaniel and respect him but felt like it was a little bush league going for a td on 4th down at the end of the game when they already secured the blowout win. Hope the football gods pay him back in some manner this year for that one.

He had 4 plus years to build a winning team and failed miserably.

This whole organization is the bottom of the league in everything it does.

Can Harris change it? Yes but at this point I doubt he will. Just so hard to believe in this organization anymore


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