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Best Article Written About Failure of John Fox and Coaching Staff

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Did he say that either Moore or Clausen was the answer. I missed that?? I thought this was blasting the coaches. Are you trying to turn it into Moore versus Clausen thread again. Don't we have enough already?

I just have never liked unnammed sources. If you are man enough to say it, own up to it with your name. Otherwise, shut up.

what?

I said.If this unnammed source said Moore was the answer you would have loved the artice.I guess you missed the joke.

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what?

I said.If this unnammed source said Moore was the answer you would have loved the artice.I guess you missed the joke.

Maybe because the whole Moore/Clausen thing is old and overblown.

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Wow! I wonder if Richardson realizes the rest of the league, part of which he is the "hard nose" leader for in the CBA thinks of his team this way?

Well here's to next year :puke:

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Since he covers the Packers and Chicago you can figure who might have said it. Still unnamed means no credibility

What was that fellas name who gave Bob Woodward all of that Watergate info?

I dont disagree with you much p55 but cant get with that.

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The good thing is that most of the players have not given up. Since a majority of them will be here next year, with the new coaching staff. They know how good this team is and can be. But if Fox has given up, then he needs to be fired along with anybody else that feels the same way.

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This team needs to be embarassed.

The players are fighting but the coaching staff needs to go, today.

Absolutely unbelievable.

When you pay cheap, you play cheap. Period.

That's NOT a knock on the players, they're doing what they can, but I'm talking about seeking out coaches from teams like Celeveland and Buffalo.

Are you kidding?

If you can slaughter them, join them? Is that the motto?

Unacceptable.

Amazing that it's even come to this.

Embarassing even.

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Who gives a sh*t if the source of the article is unnamed? There is nothing in that article that the average football fan wouldn't be able to deduce from watching the first 5 Panther games of the season. Our team is a joke, regardless of who wrote the article, and it doesn't look like thats going to change any time soon. :mad2:

You want a source? Well here it is: 0-5

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What was that fellas name who gave Bob Woodward all of that Watergate info?

I dont disagree with you much p55 but cant get with that.

Lots of whistleblowers are unnamed sources but this is hardly the same thing at all. It isn't like he was uncovering a crime or protecting the populace from a toxic spill or something important.

If someone doesn't want to be named, shut up. If you are going to talk crap about other coaches and folks be willing to be quoted. That is all I am saying.

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I sympathize with an upset fan base, but disagree with the blame.

The Big Cat made an executive decision to exploit the absence of a salary cap for the purpose of eliminating all undesirable contracts. We did that more effectively than any other team in the NFL. Consider it a huge financial advantage, at least on paper.

Obviously, that means we lost several drafts of veteran talent, and are now losing games because of it.

But at some point, the bleeding is going to stop. We will make adjustments, those will take someone by surprise, and eventually we will win some games this year, but don't expect many. PSL owners are the ones who should be pissed, because 2010 will have been little more than an extended preseason. Anyone with two sticks to rub together could figure out that we weren't going to compete seriously, unless we just got lucky.

There is always someone to point the finger at, but I wouldn't bother. All bets are off in this weird year. We are the team least friendly to the player's union. What impact did you THINK that would have????

Although I completely agree with you that we lost veteran leadership. However, I am not sure if the likes of Vincent, Moose, and Hoover would mean that much of a difference to this offense.

The defensive side of the ball took the biggest hit, and they are playing fine.

Moose is another year older and even slower. He was a good blocking WR, but his skills as a receiving threat were very limited this late in his career.

Vincent....maybe. God knows that the OLine went to poo. Could he truly be the missing link. Possible, but I highly doubt it. I believe the absence of Otah in the run game has hurt this offense as much as anything.

We are a team with an inexperienced QB (whether Clausen or Moore), lacking WR talent, an OLine that is sucking ass.

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I don't care what anybody says or writes...I don't believe for one second that Fox doesn't care about winning. You may disagree with his methods, but the desire is there. Contracts don't change that for guys like Fox, who have devoted their entire adult lives to football.

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The unnamed NFL executive who contributed to this article? Martin Hurney. Read the quotes, just change "they" to "we" and "them" to "us", and whatever other facts you need to change for me to be right.

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