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Both Carson Palmer and Bruce Arians Retired

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What do you think about this ? Theres a hell of alot of changes going on in the NFL this week already

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and Marvin Lewis has a change of heart and is back in Cincy... People poo on the browns but man, our fellow AFC cat bros probably have it worse than anyone.

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We're clearly not the worst ran franchise. Browns go 1-31 in 2 years and no one is held accountable. We got problems for sure, but we are not as bad

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not surprised about arians and palmer. they'll get a decent HC and old QB and generate a bunch of hype heading into the playoffs next year and fall on their face. that's their cycle.

more surprised that lewis is still in cincy...but that's not a team that is intent on winning it all. it's a team that's more concerned with continuity.

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Still waiting on Larry Fitzgerald.

And word is next time we face the Seahawks it'll be without Kam Chancellor and Cliff Avril (both of whose careers might be over) and possibly Michael Bennett (who's apparently unlikely to be back with the team).

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5 minutes ago, luke nukem said:

and Marvin Lewis has a change of heart and is back in Cincy... People poo on the browns but man, our fellow AFC cat bros probably have it worse than anyone.

I cannot imagine the glue the ownership must be huffing to bring Lewis back. It is so utterly insane at this point how comfortable they are with being mediocre. FOREVER BUNGALOIDS

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4 minutes ago, rayzor said:

not surprised about arians and palmer. they'll get a decent HC and old QB and generate a bunch of hype heading into the playoffs next year and fall on their face. that's their cycle.

They still haven't inquired about Wilks yet.

 

4 minutes ago, rayzor said:

more surprised that lewis is still in cincy...but that's not a team that is intent on winning it all. it's a team that's more concerned with continuity.

Sounds familiar.

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4 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Still waiting on Larry Fitzgerald.

And word is next time we face the Seahawks it'll be without Kam Chancellor and Cliff Avril (both of whose careers might be over) and possibly Michael Bennett (who's apparently unlikely to be back with the team).

And Earl Thomas... Wants to get out too haha ship is sinking fast, they'll probably trade Sherman and spend big on free agents to re-tool with

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the cardinals had a short window

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2 minutes ago, brandon_87 said:

And Earl Thomas... Wants to get out too haha ship is sinking fast, they'll probably trade Sherman and spend big on free agents to re-tool with

Yeah, that Seahawks defense is about to go through some major changes.

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5 hours ago, brandon_87 said:

And Earl Thomas... Wants to get out too haha ship is sinking fast, they'll probably trade Sherman and spend big on free agents to re-tool with

Pete Carroll is rumored to be retiring as well. 

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3 hours ago, TheSpecialJuan said:

Sucks to be a Cardinals fan right now. Steve Keim has a ton of question marks and the oldest roster in the league.

The Cardinals remind me of what we went through from '08 - '10 after the Delhomme meltdown.  From a team that people were picking to potentially win the conference to one of the worst teams in the conference.

The Cardinals really haven't recovered from the 2015 NFCC at all.  They look like the clear favorite to be in 4th place in the NFC West next year.

And Seattle looks to be in decline also.  Wilson will keep them competitive, but a couple of years ago it seems Seattle and Arizona were poised to rule that division for years to come and now the Rams & 49ers with Garrappolo seem like the best teams going into next year.

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