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If Rivera goes 9-7 in 2013...

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We play the AFC East and NFC West next year? Out of those 8 teams only 3 (NE, SF and Sea) had better records than us. We tied Miami and had better records than the other 4. If we get 9-7 and the playoffs, RR stays. 9-7 no playoffs, RR goes. 10 wins, RR stays no matter if we make playoffs or not. Anything less than 9-7, he's gone.

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I just realized we get the freaking Giants at home again

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We finished strong, keep him! Rinse and repeat.

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JR kept him after going 16-19!

He goes 9-7 and he'll get an extension and more money than John Fox did based on past history and where the bar has been set. Ticker-tape parade, statue in front of the stadium, name on the seating bowl facade alongside Mike McCormick and Sam Mills....

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From the info I got earlier it seems Rivera would need at least 10 wins or a playoff berth.

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We play Minnesota too. AP is going to run all over us.

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From the info I got earlier it seems Rivera would need at least 10 wins or a playoff berth.

i hope that's right.

i'd feel a whole lot better about the organization if that's the case.

if the players don't like it they need to buck up and play great all year.

whatever it takes to win.

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That's what I was thinking this year after starting 2-8. But everybody changed their tune after the strong finish.

Everybody did not change their mind. If he only improves 2 games next year he should obviously be replaced. But he won't. Big cat will double his salary and give him a 5 year extension.

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I was on the fence about keeping Ron and can still talk myself into he should have been fired or keeping him was the right choice. That being said it should absolutely be playoffs or go home next year. I keep going back to Gary Kubiak in my mind

Houston plays strong now but their best season his first five years was 9-7.

I'm not saying we wait that long with Ron , but it gives evidence that it can take a couple years to figure it out

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We don't even know what the roster looks like for next season. Where is the logic in this? You're all just bloodthirsty.

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His contract expires after next season

We won't give him another contract even if we go 10-6 but miss the playoffs

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His contract expires after next season

We won't give him another contract even if we go 10-6 but miss the playoffs

its a four year contract. not three. right?

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