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Rivera knows something we Dont "Good Write up" Must read

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It was a good read, but I want a shutdown corner (Gamble, if Rivera thinks he can be a shutdown corner, then I'm not going to argue with that) and a quality pure number two corner (not a nickle), which is something or someone that I don't think is on the roster at this point.

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He never said he was shutdown, he said he was No. 1 material and he is. Gamble is not as bad as our fans think. He is above average. But there are more than one CB on the team, so I think we need someone average.

That was a great read.

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Rivera says

"I've reached my goal to become a head coach,"

"But my final goal is to become a Super Bowl-winning head coach. That's what my dream is."

I like this guy, seems honest, fair, and motivated!

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Rivera will prove to be the best pickup we made this year bar none.

I am really looking forward to the defense this year. I would love to be able to win games 7-6 this year instead of knowing we will have to score 24 or more just to be in the game.

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Everytime I read something Rivera says, my excitement level about him being our head coach is renewed.

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this article prompted the new avatar

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"Good Write Up" and "Scott Fowler"

LOL

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Good players in a bad system look bad. Did I just blow your mind?

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