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Interesting Quote from DeAngelo Williams

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No link, but caught this from an interview with Williams. When asked about his favorite quotes, he responded with this:

"It is what it is, until you do something about it.

I'd say that illustrates perfectly the contrast between the previous leadership and the current.

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That's just more proof that he was probably never even considering leaving for Denver.

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"It is what it is, until you do something about it.

We're doing something about it. :cam:

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Fox's nature was to be reactive.

Rivera is the epitome of proactive.

I think this quote shows which approach Williams prefers.

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John Fox and Co. made this team more relevant than anyone prior to the arrival of Cam Newton. I'll never get the hate that is thrown at him. I think most of you that toss out hateful remarks are just bandwagon bitches that jumped in after the Super Bowl appearence.

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Fox rode the going to the SuperBowl ride to the point he got away with piss poor coaching.

I appreciate what he did for the team, but in the end he set us back more than he moved us forward.

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John Fox and Co. made this team more relevant than anyone prior to the arrival of Cam Newton. I'll never get the hate that is thrown at him. I think most of you that toss out hateful remarks are just bandwagon bitches that jumped in after the Super Bowl appearence.

Fox did a lot for this franchise. Turned it around more quickly than probably 95% of the coaches out there could have. However, like it was already stated fox was reactive and after years of not making the adjustments and not improving the team in a major way something had to be done.

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link or it didn't happen...

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