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What record would keep Rivera here after next season?

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9-7?

10-6?

Playoffs regardless of record?

What if by some technicality, we got into the playoffs as a wild card at 8-8?

I think that the magic formula is 9-7, regardless if we get into the playoffs.

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i dont care if we are 7-9 as long as we make the playoffs

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Playoffs or ten wins should do the trick.

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playoffs, period. unless we go 7-9 and make it in a terrible division, which won't happen.

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I think we would need a 11-5 record to get in the playoffs here in the NFCS. I think if we were in a situation like the Bears this year (10-6?) we should keep Rivera.

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Playoffs or bust. No way around it.

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19-0

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Super Bowl

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Playoffs.

Enough is enough.

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8-8. One game Improvement like last year.

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Whatever record JR sees as good enough.

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10-6 or playoffs, but i would go beyond that.

i don't care how good they look at the end.

if they have a losing record heading into the bye week...he's gone.

3 losses in a row and he's gone.

losing can't be tolerated at all. if the players don't like him being under the gun like that...too bad. they better step it up.

if he manages to pull off a run in the playoffs or 10 wins, thats not enough for a new contract. he's got to have two winning the seasons in a row to get a new contract. if he can't then we move forward without him.

screw the process...it's time to see results.

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