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rivera and the coaching staff cost us this game

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that's two games in a row now. this is without a doubt one of the worst, most amateurish coaching staffs in the league. most college teams have a more competent bunch than we have.

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Without question they cost us this game. One of the biggest bonehead coaching calls I have ever seen in the history of the game.

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Ron Rivera lost this game. He's absolutely not a good gameday coach and we better get used to this.

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I'm with you on this one, Rivera has been horrible.

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stupid, just fuging stupid! you have a rb thats averaging 10 yards a carry and you fuging throw it????

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i don't understand chud. 3 & 2 and you throw a bomb? really?

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If Rivera learns clock management skills, he'll be good.

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