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Would you be fine with Kunalic kicking for the rest of the year?

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So we signed Kunalic, and Mare is on the hot seat.

We are out of the playoffs, and losing really wouldn't hurt anything but the team's pride now.

So, do we take a chance with this kid, let him kick for the rest of the year and let Mare ride the pine, or do we let Mare finish what he started this year?

I for one, am in favor of letting Kunalic get the nod from here on out. I mean it's not like Mare is earning his contract by making field goals, at least he wouldn't be hurting the team as he was eating up salary on the bench.

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Cut Mare.

I mean how stupid is it to carry two kickers, right Ron?

Show us you meant that and you didn't axe Kasay just to make a point.

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Fresh Blood would be nice. So yes I would love to see how he kicks. :sifone:

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Absolutely.

Get rid of Mare and Baker. Spending $5 million a year on kickers is idiotic unless they are the best in the league.

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See how Mare does the rest of the year. Make desicion then

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this is what adi looks like:

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Don't know why this post is necessary, but I just wanted to make sure he didn't look like a goober...

It matters to me

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kun he lic mare?

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I don't know, man. What if he fugs up and loses a game for us?

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Kind of hard to make the decision without having seen him kick before.

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