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Too bad it's McDermott's scheme lol.

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Too bad it's McDermott's scheme lol.

Too bad the Head Coach still takes responsibility for what the team does

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Charmin is tougher than our defense, dont insult Charmin like that. Our D is more like wet tissue, easily broken and not reliable.

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Too bad the Head Coach still takes responsibility for what the team does

James Anderson said in a recent interview that Rivera isn't hands on at all when it comes to defense, all the schemes and play calling is McDermott.

It says Rivera's scheme, it's not his scheme so it isn't funny.

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James Anderson said in a recent interview that Rivera isn't hands on at all when it comes to defense, all the schemes and play calling is McDermott.

It says Rivera's scheme, it's not his scheme so it isn't funny.

I'm just saying Rivera is the head coach. If his coordinator has a bad scheme...that means Rivera has a bad scheme. Rivera is not immune to what takes place

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James Anderson said in a recent interview that Rivera isn't hands on at all when it comes to defense, all the schemes and play calling is McDermott.

It says Rivera's scheme, it's not his scheme so it isn't funny.

Then what the hell does he actually do? Even more reason he should have been fired by now.

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Bullsht, he admitted after the Chicago game that he himself called the soft ass prevent defense at the end.

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Bullsht, he admitted after the Chicago game that he himself called the soft ass prevent defense at the end.

winner winner chicken dinner

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D does play soft too often at the end.....

But this week they still did enough early on where they shouldn't of had to worry about a team having a shot. Carolina's offense scored a measly 14 pts. D held Tampa to 13 before they overtime sending score.

D just needs the O to score about 20 pts per game and we win all these games. Make opponents score on the D and don't give them freebies.

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