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Does anyone really want to coach in Carolina?

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Lighten up, francis. What I said was 100% correct.

mmm, OK.

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Lighten up, francis. What I said was 100% correct.

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I have been here 2 years, yet to see you make an intelligent post yourself. But, way to take a shot at mentally handicapped people everywhere. Very original. You're probably 15. Really pisses me off actually, because my wife works with people who are mentally disabled. You sure are a tough guy behind that keyboard.

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This team needs help on the lines and at DB, and it would be an annual playoff contender.

This team has plenty of talent at the skill positions. Just need some OGs, safeties and DTs.

A coaching change wouldnt hurt either.

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If Rams can nab Jeff Fisher after winning just 2 games with everyone starting to bang the Bradford is a bust drum, I think we can land a solid HC.

Exactly. Even SF were able to land Harbaugh.

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I have been here 2 years, yet to see you make an intelligent post yourself. But, way to take a shot at mentally handicapped people everywhere. Very original. You're probably 15. Really pisses me off actually, because my wife works with people who are mentally disabled. You sure are a tough guy behind that keyboard.

I have struggled with Asperger's syndrome my whole life and my girlfriend works with the mentally disabled every day as well, what's your point? If you can't handle a picture like that on a message board full of people you'll never meet then why are you here ? And the fact you think our INTERIM GM is one of the individuals primarily responsible for dragging our team down (plus all the other dumb poo you've posted on here) makes you deserve that picture. Sorry that you're too sensitive to handle a picture on an Internet message board. Bless yourself.

P.S. if you're gonna call me out on how you haven't seen me post anything intelligent then I'm 100000001% sure you haven't seen your own posts (granted I doubt you'll see anything wrong with them, albeit you probably being the only who doesn't) and ask some people on here what they think about my lack of "intelligent posts" as well.

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If Rams can nab Jeff Fisher after winning just 2 games with everyone starting to bang the Bradford is a bust drum, I think we can land a solid HC.

^This.

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HC's know if you're going into a new team it was probably a poo show the season before.

There is a reason you were hired.

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