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  1. I think it will be the chargers. Easier QB to work with.
  2. Thread took really weird turn. Nothing good will come of it. Locking it down.
  3. He doesn't want to come here and money won't be enough of a draw.
  4. So there we are with the completely unbiased take.
  5. This was a pretty consistent problem there. He was about the only thing they had going for him. Hard to get a really good gauge on him because that team was so bad.
  6. I really wish I could get excited. Hopefully next year.
  7. I actually see him going to the bucs. Just seems like the type guy to follow Brady. The line/team/system is already set up for a immobile pocket QB. That said, if we were going to draft two QBs this year (which I hope we do just to be safe) I wouldn't mind him being an option. I wouldn't feel good about us putting all our eggs in that one basket, though.
  8. he's probably screwed it up for any other QB wanting to be part of some big blockbuster trade with a huge guaranteed contract.
  9. probably. and his rationale for all the losses and spins to make them sound like wins would have been torpedoed a lot quicker and more violently by the press.
  10. if by lucky you mean not run very well, then yes. absolutely.
  11. yep. it was pretty obvious that he'd rather have been with the NYG, but that $62 for 7 years was a pretty good argument. very much a N00b move for a new owner with more cash than any other owner (at the time) and thought that money solved all problems. of course what money does is enslave you to the idea that money makes everything right and more money = more smarts. the reality is it makes everyone stupid and the more you have the more boldly stupid you get...but people listen to you because they fall prey to the myth that money = smart. but yeah....rhule knew what mattered at the moment. money and freedom to do what he wanted as a coach. hurney and tepper basically came to his door begging and pleading and gave him whatever he wanted.
  12. i get the feeling that tepper isn't concerned about how he is perceived...i mean not until after he does something. he impulsively does what he wants when he wants and then hides when backlash comes.
  13. someone gonna get fired.
  14. Did you seriously not know that winning in the first couple years is important? You thought it was ok to lose and keep losing because you have a 5 year plan? Have mercy.
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