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I wish... (Chud edition)

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Wasn't it a season or two ago where a coordinator signed onto a team right at the start of the playoffs? The Patriots, maybe? I think the coordinator was available after being fired from a previous gig..?

 

I wouldn't mind Chud as a playoff offensive.. consultant.

 

What say you?

 

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You talking about the coach multiple players on this team pubically threw under the bus a few months ago? Ummm no.

 

Sometimes, you cut off a branch to save the tree.

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You are talking about the Ravens last year.

And that happened like 3 or 4 weeks prior to the playoffs.

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Fug shula bring back chud im sorry I like him much better

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Wow.

Anyone remember weeks 1-7 last year?

Thank you for bringing that up.

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