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BAHAHAHAH - Marty interviewing with Washington Football Team


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1 minute ago, Mr. Scot said:

The fact they had gone this long and interviewed five other people without getting to him made me think he probably wasn't getting the job.

Guess it's happening after all.

a huge part of ron’s downfall here was that he never looked outside the organization for solutions for staff vacancies; he promoted from within too many times. eric washington was a great DL assistant but he did not have the chops to be a good DC. ditto for shula, who was an unimaginative, mediocre OC at best. 

this seems to follow that approach

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