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Coming out flat under Rivera...again.

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5 hours ago, The Lobo said:

Didn’t the lions go 4-0 in preseason then 0-16 in the regular season? 

You've completely missed the reason of concern here.

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1 minute ago, The Lobo said:

K, care to explain

If score is being kept and a player is giving less than 100% their integrity has to be in question.

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It’s very typical of a RR team. I’m a RR fan, for the most part, but this is inexcusable. 

I wonder if breaking camp and moving back to CLT disrupted the rhythm? Either way, it was pitiful. 

I couldn't care less that they lost, it’s the manner in which they lost that deeply concerns me. 

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24 minutes ago, SBiii said:

If score is being kept and a player is giving less than 100% their integrity has to be in question.

If they look the same next week il agree with you. 

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Does anybody think the team is just trying to avoid injuries and that it may look like we are coming out "flat", but it's actually just being overly cautious to make sure we don't lose anybody in a meaningless preseason game?  

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