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Would JR actually hire Marc Ross?

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I feel like he's a perfect choice, an obvious choice. But knowing JR he's most likely gonna let us down with someone we've never heard of.

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I feel like he's a perfect choice, an obvious choice. But knowing JR he's most likely gonna let us down with someone we've never heard of.

Based on his history, I worry about this.

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The G-Men do have some solid draft picks under Ross. But can he handle being a GM?

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What makes everyone think that he'll hire a new GM at all!?

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Looking forward to the GM news conference:

"Marc Ross? Never heard of him! How you been Morgan?? Come sit on Daddy's lap."

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What makes everyone think that he'll hire a new GM at all!?

Good point. Marty was a fluke the way he got the job

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we're gonna start jacking off to this "marc ross" now?

I'd at least like to know who he is first....

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we're gonna start jacking off to this "marc ross" now?

I'd at least like to know who he is first....

He's been the director or college scouting for the Giants for the past five years.

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Marc Ross is the Jim Harabaugh of GM options.

I pray to god we get him to run this organization.

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Good point. Marty was a fluke the way he got the job

Exactly. JR may just do it himself (which I fear) than bringing in anyone.

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