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Odd fact regarding Rivera

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Last year in the latter part of the season, we had injuries to the O-Line and secondary, and we won games.

 

This season, we've had injuries to the O-Line and secondary, and we're winning games.

 

So apparently the path to winning under Rivera involves hurting your starters at certain positions :unsure:

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That.... or just confusion on who should be starting over who...

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I think it's as simple as: No Fua = No lose-a.

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I think it's as simple as: No Fua = No lose-a.

 

That might just be my next child's name.

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When Fua and Norman aren't on the field....

Bad things tend to not happen to Rivera

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I talked to a lady named Latrina once :blink:

 

I suppose Nofua is possible :unsure:

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When Fua and Norman aren't on the field....

Bad things tend to not happen to Rivera

 

I might add Godfrey to that list, but i don't think he was hurt last year.

 

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I once worked with a woman whose named rhymed with tamale, but was spelled as such;  Female.

 

Her name was Female but pronounced like tamale.

 

True story.

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Girlfriend and I have had hypothetical discussions about baby names.

 

Pretty clear I'm not gonna be using any ideas I see here :unsure:

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I was very encouraged with what I saw from the OL last night.  TB may suck, but they do have a stout defense and our OL held their own for the most part.

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