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By week 9, what does out record need to be for you NOT want a coaching change?

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Keep in mind 4-4 is 4-2 from here to there. That would be a nice run and hopefully mean some momentum going into our two hardest games of the year

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I'm not sure I can be convinced.

 

It'd have to be more than just the record.  I'd need to see near miraculous change in the team.

 

On this bandwagon.

 

Massive change in the way the team plays and the coaches approach game and personnel management and I could even give him more rope with a 4-4 record.

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I just don't think I can forgive him at all at this point. He has not shown a propensity to learn from his mistakes or even acknowledge them.

I'm afraid if we miraculosuly pull out a W this week it's only a matter of time before his in game decisions will cost us wins down the road.

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by week nine...4-3..through week nine 5-3.

 


 

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Thanks to Zod's inspiration from the other thread: I say at least ONE WIN WHEN IT MATTERS!

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Keep in mind 4-4 is 4-2 from here to there. That would be a nice run and hopefully mean some momentum going into our two hardest games of the year

and i'm okay with going 4-2 the next six games.  everybody saying anything better ultimately wants him to be gone by then because there is no way we win the next 6.

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definitely 6-2, and even then i'd just assume it's because he's got a hot poker up his butt, so i'd fire him anyway

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It would take a tremendous turnaround for me to want him to stay.  I'm talking 5-3 or 6-2 with a complete change in the mentality of this team.  Not going to happen though.   Poor coaching has wasted 2 years going on 3 years and I'm just sick of it, it's hard to forget.

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