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If Rivera goes 9-7 in 2013...

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zero excuse for this team to not have double digit wins next year

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Thats what we said last year too, JR won't fire this man, as long as his millions are safe in Bojangles on Richardson Avenue.

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We talking about 9 wins against our own Division, the AFC East, and NFC West? I'd be happy if we hit 7-9 again

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as a rivera critic, I would actually not be upset with 9-7 when I look at our schedule and roster for next season. so it depends on how we got to that 9-7.

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I'm sure there are performance expectations. JR was serious and hung Rivera out over the edge of a high window for a week. My guess is if we miss the playoffs without a valid excuse (like lose cam to injury or something) he is toast

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ehhh it would depend. i don't think a coach should ever be fired after a 9 win season

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You guys know JR started Hardees, not Bojangles....right?

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He'll be kept. No reason to pay TWO coaches.

Wouldn't there be a promotion from within? Like the OC or DC? That way he doesn't have to pay two coaches?

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Playoffs or bust, and he should also need back to back winning seasons to secure his job.

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He'll be kept. No reason to pay TWO coaches.

better to pay a quarterback who no longer plays for us $ 10 million dollars

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