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Beason on Rivera

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that's what you're supposed to do.   anyone that's ever been covered for by a boss knows the kind of loyalty that creates.

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7 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

So for the folks who insist that Ron Rivera is not deflecting blame for the team's recent losses, I'm afraid our old buddy Jon Beason disagrees with you.

Speaking on WFNZ with Nick Wilson and Josh Parcell, Beason mentioned the progression of Rivera's recent explanations.

Specifically, last week it was a coordinator problem, so Rivera demoted the coordinator.

This week, despite the coordinator change, the same result. So what does Rivera do?

He talks about their being "holes in the roster" that they need to fix.

Oy...

Beason also mentioned that he's been in a leader's position before, and that as a leader his first action after a loss was always to take the blame on himself, something Rivera doesn't seem to be doing.

So do you disagree with Beason as well?

Nope.

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Beason also recognizes that Rivera could be out of a job, contrary to what Steve Smith speculated.

Side Note: The WFNZ guys mentioned that Rivera is moving his press conference tomorrow from its usual 11am time to a little after 8am. They speculated it might be a way to get fewer media folks to show up.

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Was a fun coincidence, but ESPN ran a segment on Andy Reid's coaching tree yesterday during their pregame.  Harbaugh, Bowles, Rivera, Pedersen, etc. there speaking on him.

One part of the segment dealt with Reid always blaming himself for losses, how a HC should, etc., and then showed various clips of his coaching tree coaches doing the same.  Noticeably absent from the clips was Rivera. 

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Rivera has entered into the last phase of his Jon Fox transformation.

Results continue to slide as he buries his head farther into his ass meat.

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1 minute ago, L-TownCat said:

Rivera has entered into the last phase of his Jon Fox transformation.

Results continue to slide as he buries his head farther into his ass meat.

When time ran out on Fox, he split with Hurney.

I'm not sure Rivera will do that.

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

When time ran out on Fox, he split with Hurney.

I'm not sure Rivera will do that.

Correct, Tep will fire them both.

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1 minute ago, trueblade said:

 

tbf this was after everyone knew fox was a lame duck and the GM was making moves against his wishes

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Brings up a question though...

Would Rivera throw Hurney under the bus to save himself?

At this point, Hurney might be the only one he hasn't blamed.

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