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Bruce Arians

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Ugh please no. Just because Arians is winning against arguably the worst teams the NFL has to offer does not mean he's a worthy head coaching candidate.

http://www.grantland...uggernaut-colts

As well as:

http://www.cbssports...hing-candidates

We already hired the guy that was considered a capable, hell, a GREAT assistant, and a lotta good that's done us.

lol

for all we know that GM might have the biggest hard on for Arians and is disinforming to lower his market value

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lol

for all we know that GM might have the biggest hard on for Arians and is disinforming to lower his market value

Fine, I hope so, as long as whoever our GM is doesn't have a hard-on for him. I am firmly against Arians. Overrated.

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Most of the responses in this thread are a microcosm of why the Huddle has gone to poo.

You can no longer have a rational discussion without the thread being hijacked by the pre pubescent and the mentally challenged.....not talking about you BWood.

The whole issue with this forum is here in this thread.

Look at when this thread began. There were literally 5 or so about the exact same thing when it was made so I had my fun. Good grief people. Now it being bumped makes me look like an as$, so there's that haha

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Fine, I hope so, as long as whoever our GM is doesn't have a hard-on for him. I am firmly against Arians. Overrated.

why would you be firmly against him? give me a few reasons, maybe i can help change your mind

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Look at when this thread began. There were literally 5 or so about the exact same thing when it was made so I had my fun. Good grief people. Now it being bumped makes me look like an as$, so there's that haha

Well I wanted to bump it with correct info, cuz if you google "Bruce Arians Panthers" this is in the top 5 of results. A google I think a lot of people will be doing a in a few weeks.

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Well I wanted to bump it with correct info, cuz if you google "Bruce Arians Panthers" this is in the top 5 of results. A google I think a lot of people will be doing a in a few weeks.

good to know.

Well maybe our mods can clean it up. In the meantime, I'll fix up what I can.

cheers

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