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How would you rate the coaching staff tus far......

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  1. 1. How would you rate the coaching staff thus far....

    • 1.....terrible
      14
    • 2
      9
    • 3
      15
    • 4
      12
    • 5....meh
      12
    • 6
      6
    • 7
      5
    • 8
      1
    • 9
      1
    • 10.....best ever
      1
    • buttsex
      7

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Seven for me. They work hard, are well liked and respected by the players, and are willing to try unconventional things even if they fail. In a lot of ways they're learning on the job, and show a lot of faults that stem from inexperience. There's only one coach today I'd rate a ten, however, and that's Hoodie.

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Seven for me. They work hard, are well liked and respected by the players, and are willing to try unconventional things even if they fail. In a lot of ways they're learning on the job, and show a lot of faults that stem from inexperience. There's only one coach today I'd rate a ten, however, and that's Hoodie.

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Too early for this I think. Remember, Coughlin was on the hot seat for much of last year (and not the first time).

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