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Why Rivera Changed After Buffalo

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Dunn    1,586

Rivera vs. any other NFL coach in a cage fight...i mean do we really even need them to suite up? Rivera destroys all.

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jtnc    3,667

I'm really starting to like Rivera. He's finally showing what we always wanted him to show; his balls.

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iamhubby1    2,895

Rivera vs. any other NFL coach in a cage fight...i mean do we really even need them to suite up? Rivera destroys all.

I hadn't thought about Rivera like that before. Very interesting. Been racking my brain and can't come up with any other Coach that scares me. So, yeah, I'll take Rivera, and his LB, military upbringing.

Bring on Harbaugh first. Spank that whiney bitch out to sea.

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Chimera    3,446

I thought the fanbase was going to chase him out of town with pitchforks after the Buffalo game.

Ok, I admit... I would have been in that mob.... and Rivera is making me glad there was no such thing.

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Machete    109

When I think of the city of Buffalo I also get knots in my stomach and have near-death auto experiences.

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jasonluckydog    4,984

 

Last week he was driving home from the stadium, heading down a hill, passing under the Belk Freeway when Buffalo popped in his mind. A knot formed in his stomach. He ran the end of the game through his mind, ignoring the fact the light before him had turned red. From the corner of his eye he could see a car heading toward him and at the last second he stepped on the brake narrowly avoiding an accident.

 

"Seriously [the loss] eats at me," he said. "It friggin' pisses me off to no end. And maybe that's what it took. Maybe that's the revelation I needed."

 

 

 

same thing happened to me this morning on the way to work..... I had to poop.

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SIGCHI222    6,897

He is what we were screaming for.  Now he is here and has finally become self-aware.

 

Not sure where this goes but self-awareness is always the first step.

 

Every great coach, every great team had to have that "moment" where it all became clear.  Some were minor in the media's eyes some were on display.  In all cases it was easily distinguished when the dust settled.

 

We stand on the brink of greatness.

 

May God have mercy on the offenses our defense face weeks ahead.  The Panthers will not.

 

This is our time.

 

The die has been cast. 

 

Keep pounding.

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iamhubby1    2,895

Why Rivera changed? His damn job was on the line. Duh what else.

Plenty of examples of Coaches losing their jobs rather than change philosophies. Martz, Fontes, Saban. I am glad Rivera is not afraid of self-evaluation. Learn and grow from every scenario.

This team plays good hard nosed football. We are 10-5 over our last 15. We play physically, and, aggressively on both sides of the ball. I'm afraid the future has already started my friend. Rivera gots this.

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