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Mike Mitchell's gameplan to beat the Giants: "wait for a fourth-quarter implosion."

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He, and the rest of the team, have become a reflection of Rivera. That locker-room has to be uber depressive.

 

This place needs a total culture change.

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And I bet if we lose, after Manning throws 4+ TDs, Rivera will say something like:

 

"Well, the players were playing too passive and didn't execute. We think we called some really good plays, but at the end of the day the players have to be more aggressive and execute properly."

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As long as we take away a moral victory, I'm happy

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lol Ron. Good to know the idea of stepping on their throat and winning in the 3rd is an alien concept.

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Actually, this has been our overall plan for the season since Rivera.

 

Start slow and then pick up wins at the end of the season when other teams fold

 

This is like a plan within a plan, great!

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Like I said we score 21 points by the 4th, we win

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Like I said we score 21 points by the 4th, we win

 

Well, see, Rivera thinks the game ends at the end of the 3rd, so if we're up 21-20, he thinks we won.

 

Even though we'll give up 21 in the 4th and lose.

 

But moral victories and stuff.

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Actually, this has been our overall plan for the season since Rivera.

 

Start slow and then pick up wins at the end of the season when other teams fold

 

This is like a plan within a plan, great!

yep. each game during the first half the season is a microcosm of the entire season.

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