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    Smile you sonofabitch Chief Brody's Avatar
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    https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...ring-practices

    Apparently he feels shafted by the Giantsí hiring, as his defenses held Dabollís offenses to 36ppg

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    Dyna5ty BatManu20's Avatar
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    Well that’s one way to guarantee you’ll never get another Head Coaching gig in the NFL.

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    Well that’s one way to guarantee you’ll never get another Head Coaching gig in the NFL.
    And Flores is aware of that and stated if this suit can make it better for future candidates he TOFTT.

    Kudos to Flores.
    Phuck the good ole boi club.

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    Flores won't drop lawsuit against NFL if hired | kens5.com

    Right on Flores.

    Stoopid Phuck OP thinks he's edgy, fails.

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    Let's Go Brandon Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    From China with love, huh

    CCP spy is worth less than a roach

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    You ing people are so trigger when a black man uses his voice.

    People like the OP do nothing but make it worse. But thatís the point right, you donít want black people to have an opinion unless it echoes yours.

    Being strong armed and bribed into tanking at the expense of his career should be a real problem for the nfl. But never mind that when racist wit assholes on this forum try and criminalize this guy for doing the right thing.

    Op is a piece of for making that comparison.

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    Smile you sonofabitch Chief Brody's Avatar
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    You ing people are so trigger when a black man uses his voice.

    People like the OP do nothing but make it worse. But thatís the point right, you donít want black people to have an opinion unless it echoes yours.

    Being strong armed and bribed into tanking at the expense of his career should be a real problem for the nfl. But never mind that when racist wit assholes on this forum try and criminalize this guy for doing the right thing.

    Op is a piece of for making that comparison.
    You have no idea what youíre talking about, try to argue the football logic behind all this rather than falling for another Kaep routine.

    Asked to tank or not, he was still sitting at 3-11 with two games to go to lock up Joe Burrow, and won them both ďat the expense of his career.Ē So he picked the last 2 games to get all high and mighty? Sounds like a dumbass to me.

    Losing record (24-25) in 3 seasons with Miami, no playoffs, horribly mismanaged the QB situation, and ran through more assistant coaches/coordinators than any coach in history over a 3 year span. Look at their ďwinning recordsĒ the past 2 years (19 total wins) and youíll see the only playoff teams they beat were the Goff-led Rams in 2020 and Mac Jones Patriots in 2021. Even the Jets have more impressive wins than them in this year alone.

    As for the Giants situation, yeah itís a ty way to find out you arenít getting the job, but itís clearly because the former Bills executive assistant wanted his man all along. Brian Daboll is simply a more attractive candidate because 1) His development of a raw Josh Allen into a superstar and 2) the league is gravitating more towards innovative offensive minds, most of them young (Shanahan, LaFleur, McVay, Taylor, Moore, Daboll, Hackett, McDaniels, etc.).

    There were only 4 defensive-minded HCís in the playoffs this year (all in the AFC), and they finished a combined 1-4 in the postseason because their defenses spectacularly the bed, giving up 40-burgers. Vrabelís ans weíre the lone exception.

    If you donít understand todayís game and how the schemes are evolving, then of course youíll play the card

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    theres probably a lot of truth to his general claim, but tying any of the specific incidents to race is a stretch. doing think the suit gets anywhere imho

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    You have no idea what you’re talking about, try to argue the football logic behind all this rather than falling for another Kaep routine.

    Asked to tank or not, he was still sitting at 3-11 with two games to go to lock up Joe Burrow, and won them both “at the expense of his career.” So he picked the last 2 games to get all high and mighty? Sounds like a dumbass to me.

    Losing record (24-25) in 3 seasons with Miami, no playoffs, horribly mismanaged the QB situation, and ran through more assistant coaches/coordinators than any coach in history over a 3 year span. Look at their “winning records” the past 2 years (19 total wins) and you’ll see the only playoff teams they beat were the Goff-led Rams in 2020 and Mac Jones Patriots in 2021. Even the Jets have more impressive wins than them in this year alone.

    As for the Giants situation, yeah it’s a ty way to find out you aren’t getting the job, but it’s clearly because the former Bills executive assistant wanted his man all along. Brian Daboll is simply a more attractive candidate because 1) His development of a raw Josh Allen into a superstar and 2) the league is gravitating more towards innovative offensive minds, most of them young (Shanahan, LaFleur, McVay, Taylor, Moore, Daboll, Hackett, McDaniels, etc.).

    There were only 4 defensive-minded HC’s in the playoffs this year (all in the AFC), and they finished a combined 1-4 in the postseason because their defenses spectacularly the bed, giving up 40-burgers. Vrabel’s ans we’re the lone exception.

    If you don’t understand today’s game and how the schemes are evolving, then of course you’ll play the card
    Talk about a weak argument.

    But that’s beside the point.

    The most obvious issue here is your need to compare him to Smollett. Your first reaction didn’t have anything to do with football. Racist s like you immediately go into smear mode. So you likened him to a criminal because pos like you resort to criminalizing black people the moment they speak up.

    Anything to trivialize his voice. Including comparing him to a criminal. That’s where people like you live.

    So don’t backpedal into some kind of real discussion and just own being the piece of that you projected yourself to be the moment you decided to write out that le.

    You people are the worst part of society.

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    Smile you sonofabitch Chief Brody's Avatar
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    It's easy to trivialize his voice when bull is spewing from it. Good job addressing the facts I laid out, maybe you're just too emotional to have a discussion

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    TheDrewShow is salty lefty's Avatar
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    Those dudes complaining should just play in the CFL tbh

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    dangerous floater Winehole23's Avatar
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    , if accurate

    Belichick's mistake may not have been a mistake, he may have been looking to screw the Dolphins.

    The other, and more significant, reason was that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross presented Brady with a golden opportunity to get into the business of the NFL. Per the league source, Brady was going to be given a position high in the Miami front office, similar to Derek Jeterís former position with the Miami Marlins. Florio reported Thursday that the Dolphins were going to introduce Brady as a minority owner the week before the Super Bowl.


    Dolphins owner Stephen Ross (left) and his former head coach, Brian Flores, after a 2021 game. JOHN MCCALL/ASSOCIATED PRESS


    Brady has two big connections to the Dolphins. One is the University of Michigan; Brady is its star alumnus, and Ross has his name on its business school. The other is Dolphins minority owner Bruce Beal, who is Bradyís friend and has joined Brady on at least one trip to the Kentucky Derby.


    Ross badly wanted Brady ó in part to bring sizzle to the Dolphins, in part to stick it to the Patriots. For Brady, it was an opportunity to get into the business side of the NFL, with the goal of one day fronting his own ownership group.


    This doesnít mean Brady was done playing football. After all, he just finished second in MVP voting and led the NFL in passing yards and touchdown passes.


    The Dolphinsí offer was just Bradyís way of getting out of Tampa. He was under contract with the Buccaneers as a player, but they couldnít stop him from becoming an executive. Once Brady was in Miami, and once the Buccaneers had found a replacement at quarterback, the Dolphins could have approached the Bucs about trade compensation to let Brady come out of retirement and play quarterback.


    ďI thought he was possibly going to take a year off, or something like that, and maybe come back after that,Ē Rob Gronkowski said Wednesday night on ďJimmy Kimmel Live.Ē


    ▪ Payton, the former Saints coach who resigned Jan. 25, also was going to be involved, as first reported by Florio Feb. 28. Brady and Payton have had a relationship over 20 years in the NFL, and they share an agent in Don Yee. Brady was close to joining the Saints in 2020 before Drew Brees decided to return for another year.


    Per the league source, if Brady was going to run the Dolphins, he was going to do it only with a veteran coach that he trusted, such as Payton. Payton acknowledged when he resigned from the Saints that he intended to coach again soon.

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/04/...g-key-factors/

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