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Goodbye Rivera

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He's good as gone, this week.

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He absolutely needs to be fired immediately after this game.

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What is wrong with you people?

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How does he not learn? I don't get how he continues to think that with the game on the line the defense will make a stop. It happens every single time we don't try to possess the ball through the end of the game. Running it 3 straight times and then punting is not going to get the job done..its basically giving up and now it has screwed this team multiple times.

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i would love to wake up in the morning and find out RR was fired...one can dream i guess

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Let's just get it over with. Never in the history of football has any coach lost as many winnable football games in such a short period of time. Good coaches go entire careers without losing so many one possession and 4th quarter lead games.

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