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26 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

So a reporter asked Matt Rhule today if he thought it would be fair to ask Teddy Bridgewater to mentor Sam Darnold.

Rhule's response?

"I don't really believe in fair or unfair in professional sports."

Loosely translated: "I don't give a sh-t."

 

Ron Rivera always wanted to help be sure players ended their careers on their best terms. Matt Rhule doesn't really seem to be especially worried about that. He appears to be more of a "do whatever it takes to win" guy.

I'm curious which approach fans are more comfortable with.

Win. That’s kinda the point of sports.

You win, you get paid. That’s fair.

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We have run a mom and pop shop in Charlotte for a long time now.  I've been over it for years.

Now, let's see if he sticks to those words.

I don't give a poo how players "feel" about it.  Do your job, or get moving.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

So a reporter asked Matt Rhule today if he thought it would be fair to ask Teddy Bridgewater to mentor Sam Darnold.

Rhule's response?

"I don't really believe in fair or unfair in professional sports."

Loosely translated: "I don't give a sh-t."

Matt Rhule...appears to be more of a "do whatever it takes to win" guy.

Teddy is 100% simpatico with Coach Rhule...

...team first.

 

TB5 is the consummate professional and will be ready to roll and fulfill the terms of the contact he signed his name to.  (unlike some)

 

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9 minutes ago, thefuzz said:

We have run a mom and pop shop in Charlotte for a long time now.  I've been over it for years.

Now, let's see if he sticks to those words.

I don't give a poo how players "feel" about it.  Do your job, or get moving.

We've heard more than one person say that when it comes to standards, Rhule is kind of a hard ass to both work and play for.

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Apples to oranges. One thing to end on good terms with a guy who’s tenured his entire career in Carolina, elite player, and is maybe looking at retiring with the team that drafted him. Bridgewater doesn’t fit any of that criteria. 

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12 minutes ago, WarHeel said:

Apples to oranges. One thing to end on good terms with a guy who’s tenured his entire career in Carolina, elite player, and is maybe looking at retiring with the team that drafted him. Bridgewater doesn’t fit any of that criteria. 

It affects roster decisions.

Lord knows it did with Ron.

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