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    IIRC they were 2-0 and leading us here when Schaub threw the pick six...that's when the wheels started falling off the cart.

    I see major changes. coach/qb usually work together so I guess they'll start over next year. not to be sarcastic but I guess they'll get a good draft pick.
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    several reports that Shanny may not make it through the season before being fired in Washington... or even through the night
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    several reports that Shanny may not make it through the season before being fired in Washington... or even through the night
    giving up 45 points at home and feuding with the owner's favorite player are not conducive to long-term employment.

    one of the talking heads on tv was asked how desirable that HC job was and he said, hey, there's only 32 of these jobs, which to me sounds like code for 'no good candidate wants that job, they'll have to take a 'B' level'. I was thinking their D-coord might be interim (if Shanny goes) but after yesterday, probly not.
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    Word is that the Redskins have an interest in Baylor's HC, Art Briles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Word is that the Redskins have an interest in Baylor's HC, Art Briles.
    That Redskins situation has taken it's predictable slide into dysfunction.

    Snyder is Angelos.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    That Redskins situation has taken it's predictable slide into dysfunction.

    Snyder is Angelos.


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    Angelos is at least old and has the benefit of dying sooner than later.

    Snyder's not even 50. LOLskins fans are screwed.




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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Word is that the Redskins have an interest in Baylor's HC, Art Briles.
    Lmao and people thought Snyder was changing for the better.


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    Lmao and people thought Snyder was changing for the better.


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    IMO If he fires Shanny and then tries to screw him out of his contractual payout, he is going to have a tough time getting a legit coach to come in there. Money aside, he's still going to have a tough time unless he breaks the bank.
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    not looking good for Garret in Dallas after MNF flop against Bears and their backup qb. (who may be better than many starters, where has he been the last few years?)
    Falcons lose again (also to a backup qb); any word on Smith's status?
    (after we hire Kubiak as OffCor and Munchak as OL coach, Smith can be DefCor?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorsam View Post
    not looking good for Garret in Dallas after MNF flop against Bears and their backup qb. (who may be better than many starters, where has he been the last few years?)
    Falcons lose again (also to a backup qb); any word on Smith's status?
    (after we hire Kubiak as OffCor and Munchak as OL coach, Smith can be DefCor?)
    McCown has always been a decent player, but his performance is all Trestman and the offensive design.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    McCown has always been a decent player, but his performance is all Trestman and the offensive design.


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    I would add, mostly Cowboys horrible defense that never changed scheme the whole game. They made it way to easy
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    Shanny starting Cousins this week instead of RGIII.
    burning his bridges, or trying to save his job?
    it'll be fun there if Cousins leads them to some wins. next three games are @ Falcons, host Cowboys, @ Giants. all winnable games.
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    hard to see Garrett staying in Dallas after yesterday. blowing a 23 point halftime lead at home? their D gave up 5 tds in 5 drives and the Fox announcers were screaming at them to run the ball instead of so many passes. Harbaugh doesn't have a reputation an elite coach but I can't imagine him letting that happen.
    Giants shut out at home. Coughlin should go.
    the soap opera continues in DC. it's nice to be a Ravens fan eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorsam View Post
    hard to see Garrett staying in Dallas after yesterday. blowing a 23 point halftime lead at home? their D gave up 5 tds in 5 drives and the Fox announcers were screaming at them to run the ball instead of so many passes. Harbaugh doesn't have a reputation an elite coach but I can't imagine him letting that happen.
    Giants shut out at home. Coughlin should go.
    the soap opera continues in DC. it's nice to be a Ravens fan eh?
    I live in TN and get to see these Titan fans with no hope year after year. Ravens may have their problems but we are so lucky to have a consistently good product as opposed to the opposite.
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    Man, their might be over a half dozen coaches out.

    Kubiak is already gone.
    Munchak is a possibility
    Rex Ryan
    Jason Garrett
    Mike Shanahan
    Tom Coughlin
    Jim Schwartz
    Leslie Frazier
    Greg Schiano
    Mike Smith isn't even out of the clear.
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