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Thats when good coaches rise through all the poo and not just sit there with that face and say wtf every game.. rivera should never be a head coach again!

...I'm beginning to agree with this... he knows D though...i'll give him that.

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did you miss how his defense played today?

I do not want RR gone.

Rebuilding a team takes more than 5 minutes.

wat? ur giving RR the credit that belongs to the DC?

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Congratulations to John Fox, whose Denver Broncos vindicated him big time today. It is becoming more and more clear to me that the fault does not belong to the players or even the coaching staff, the “powers that be” need to take a long hard look at themselves…

...yea great...one of the few times foxy won in BoFA.....

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wat? ur giving RR the credit that belongs to the DC?

your damn right I am.

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Congratulations to John Fox, whose Denver Broncos vindicated him big time today. It is becoming more and more clear to me that the fault does not belong to the players or even the coaching staff, the “powers that be” need to take a long hard look at themselves…

Fox is fortunate that Elway made the decision to sign Peyton. Vindication comes when Fox wins consistently without him.

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Fox is fortunate that Elway made the decision to sign Peyton. Vindication comes when Fox wins consistently without him.

He won with The Golden Calf of Bristol.

This forum is full of idiots.

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Fox is fortunate that Elway made the decision to sign Peyton. Vindication comes when Fox wins consistently without him.

....Fox ill fk it up...watch. dispite having Manning.... the X factor is Del Rio and what kind of job he can do...

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http://www.facebook.com/FireRonRivera

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Why does everyone keep acting as if the only thing Rivera controls is the defense? He is the head coach. I don't care if it is the OC, DC, QB Coach, whatever. This is the staff Rivera chose, not the front office. Rivera is the one who chooses his assistants and his coordinators (the only time I can remember an owner or GM choosing one is in Dallas when Jerry wanted Garrett, I think, not sure what happened there).

And once again, we were totally outclassed in the 2nd half. That is on Rivera.

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Rivera is pleased with our defense, look at him:

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Rivera is inquisitive as to why Cam threw that interception:

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Rivera is pissed at our offenseive line's effort.

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Rivera, the panthers cheerleaders are all naked!

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fkin bulgy left eye...

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He won with The Golden Calf of Bristol.

This forum is full of idiots.

yeah he backed in to the playoffs with a .500 record, sucker punched the steelers, and then got vaporized in one of the worst playoff beatdowns i've ever seen.

now he has one of the greatest player-coaches ever running his offense and jack del rio running his defense. his gameday duties consist of yelling at the refs and throwing challenge flags.

of course, his good record in two seasons with denver where he has little control over personnel or playcalling is proof positive of the kind of coach he is rather than the exactly average record he compiled here over a much longer amount of time when he had near complete control over playcalling and heavy sway over personnel, somehow.

this forum is full of idiots.

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