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rayzor

brian murphy must go

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he should be the first against the wall.

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How did I know someone would start a thread about this? You don't fire someone everytime there is a bad play. OVER. REACTING.

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How did I know someone would start a thread about this? You don't fire someone everytime there is a bad play. OVER. REACTING.

not just this play.

if you think this is murphy's first time being a bad ST coach you haven't aid attention.

guy should have been fired already.

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How did I know someone would start a thread about this? You don't fire someone everytime there is a bad play. OVER. REACTING.

Yeah, you fire them when they have sucked ass their entire tenure and when their unit has singlehandedly cost you several games.

Overreacting? I think not.

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Rayzor is one of the few posters that i do not see overreacting. He is correct imo. ST unit still makes me hold my breath.

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The punt was fine, three no calls are what made that damn TD.

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