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philw5289

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if we had hired Hue Jackson like the greatest panther of all time wanted. what would our record be right now? Would anything be different?

 

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Is Ron vagera still head coach? 0-2

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I think it would. I originally hated the Shula promotion. Last week I defended him. This week he was effing terrible. Just because people criticized him for not going deep doesn't mean he should go for it all every other pass. Then on our last drive we had 2 or 3 2nd and 2s. Perfect time to take a shot. Instead we play it safe and lose because of it (though to be fair that was likely on Rivera).

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Shula has been horrible. If Hue could have done better, who knows.

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I think he would have done better. But he's a big ol' meanie so we'd rather lose with a nice guy.

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I would have preferred firing Rivera and hiring Andy Reid.

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