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Why is everyone jumping on the Rivera Bandwagon?

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All I wanted to see was improvement this year. And overall, there hasn't been any. The defense did get a little better, but the offense got significantly worse and special teams stayed the same (bad). I can't imagine anything that could possibly happen in the few remaining games that would change that.

And we still haven't won a close game. While I don't blame all of that on Rivera and the rest of the coaches, I do think its going to take a change in coaches to change the losing mentality that has developed over the last few years. IMO, Rivera should be gond at the end of the season.

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Rivera should be gone like Gondwanaland

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Not jumping on.....1-12 in close games is poor coaching. No progress. Cam going off in meaningless games shouldn't help RR

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For everyone raging about these topics and personally attacking those with a differing opinion, remember one thing.

None of our opinions matter at ALL.

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For everyone raging about these topics and personally attacking those with a differing opinion, remember one thing.

None of our opinions matter at ALL.

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Grass is always greener on the other side...

I still want to see more. No point in forming a strong opinion either way right now.

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Think about this for a second. If Cam didnt fumble in the Falcons game, thats a Win. If on 3rd and 9 during the Bucs game, if Cam ran one more yard with 58 seconds left, that game never goes to OT and we win. If Steve Smith didnt slip against the Bears, thats another win, which in turn puts us at 7-6 right now WITH one of the hardest schedules in the league.

Considering all that, and IF we run the table and finish 7-9, I say give him one more year. But if we lose one more game this season, Just one and go 6-10 or worse, fire him no questions asked

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3 games in garbage time left against garbage teams and you fools want to wait to make a decision about Rivera ? Even the falcunts wasnt much of a win when you look at it objectively. Theyre a weak ass team that will be one and done come the playoffs.

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For everyone raging about these topics and personally attacking those with a differing opinion, remember one thing.

None of our opinions matter at ALL.

Not completely true. While my opinion alone doesn't make a difference, the general opinions of fans are made clear by not showing up at the games. Most of the games are technically a sellout or close to it, but all those empty seats mean less stuff being sold, less food bought, less parking etc... That kind of thing will weigh on the owner eventually.

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Think about this for a second. If Cam didnt fumble in the Falcons game, thats a Win. If on 3rd and 9 during the Bucs game, if Cam ran one more yard with 58 seconds left, that game never goes to OT and we win. If Steve Smith didnt slip against the Bears, thats another win, which in turn puts us at 7-6 right now WITH one of the hardest schedules in the league.

Considering all that, and IF we run the table and finish 7-9, I say give him one more year. But if we lose one more game this season, Just one and go 6-10 or worse, fire him no questions asked

So you putting ATL loss on Cam more than Rivera having Naka as S over Martin?

You putting Chi loss on Steve slipping more than our defense giving 15 yards cushion against their offense, letting the same play happen over and over again all the way down the field?

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