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He assembled a monstrous defense at San Diego, nothing has changed.

Too bad that team epicly underachieved. San Diego was a Super Bowl caliber squad for years and they struggled to reach the playoffs. You can blame Norv Turner for that mess though.

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Ron's the man. 

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he called Steve, Steven......uh oh Riverboat with a huge gamble 

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he called Steve, Steven......uh oh Riverboat with a huge gamble 

 

Came here to say this. Was surprised it took someone this long to mention that. He's been hanging out with Billick too much.

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Head coaches can develop just like the players and he's done so in an awesome way.  

 

That's a head coach right there.  

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I love him.

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Ron is wanting it! Thats a badass team. 

 

 

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Steve's full name is Stevonne.

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Hearing Rivera talk defensive X's and O's is pretty impressive. Optimus Klein is lucky to have him in his ear.

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The fact hes telling Mitchell to lead them tells you his importance to this team. I pray he doesn't go anywhere

The part with the fumble was funny. Even the ref knows they fugged up on the call by the way he laughed.

Love the part with Klein. Coach em up

The players have a lot of respect for Ron. Yes sir, no sir, they want to win for him, you can hear it in their interviews.

Well played Riverboat.

Their attitude was more of that's the rule(even though we know who came up with the ball). There was no fug up on the refs part.

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klein seemed intimidated by ron.

 

one thing i noticed. for ron to be such a players coach, he demands respect. all of them "yes sir, no sir"

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I agree.  That interaction with him and Klein was fantastic to see.  With that type of tutelage alongside TD and Keek, along with his already existing talent, he's could very well be a long term solution at OLB

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