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ESPN's Marcus Spears on Matt Rhule


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3 hours ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

Rhule ain't got long for this job. He just traded a coach maker for a coach killer. Sam's working on his third coach in three years, with one going on to build a Super Bowl winning defense. Talk about seeing ghost; there's going to be some reunions going on with Sam having to face old nemesis from the AFC East. You folks will be lucky to put two wins together this year, and by this time next year yall will be looking for another qb, and possibly another coach while having to pay Sam's 5th year guarantee. 

Can't blame Hurney for this one.

This guy jumped on the Cam bandwagon in 2017 and got disappointed.

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The problem I have with trolls is when they're lazy.

If you're going to commit to the bit - which is obviously no way to go through life, but you do you - at least put some effort in.

Calling Teddy Bridgewater a 'coach maker' is just absurd. You're drawing no-one in when you lead off with that.

F - do better. 

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Ryan Clark went off today talking about Rhule and the direction of this franchise.  Amazing love for the culture being built.  The Darnold train is getting full atp as well

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All of this is Jets 2.0, with the same blindness and soon to be the same excuse making.

Teddy took a rookie coach to the playoffs in Minn. He helped save the season in New Orleans after Brees got hurt. And he got his college coach a fat contract with the University of Texas while he was at Louisville. He also got some morons here thinking that Rhule can develop a player that two other coaches have already tried and failed.

Embrace the suck. With one move the Panthers have established themselves as the worse team in the league, and the new general manager will dump the coach before he's dumped the following year. Jets 2.0.   

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I think it’s slightly understated, but, I think this defenses potential is really underthought. Maybe not by this board by some, but nationally... it doesn’t see what’s brewing.

On the line youve Burns, YGM, Brown, Fox, Nixon, Jones.. along with Reddick playing a specialist/edge joker role.

We can do a lot worse than Shaq, Perryman, and Carter at LB and LB is becoming increasingly not as important as it used to be.

This secondary depth is the strongest I’ve seen in a long time. Chinn, Horn, Bouye, Jackson, Burris, and see what we get out of Taylor, Franklin, Robinson, and Pride. Everyone and their momma is talking about Darnold, good and bad, but man this defense is gonna be fun.

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He is trying so hard to troll, but isn’t very good at it...  

Here is a little advice. You have to make it just slightly believable you might be for real with the slightest shades of truths in your troll. It either gets a good chuckle or response. That’s like Trolling 101.

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1 minute ago, Eric4280 said:

I think it’s slightly understated, but, I think this defenses potential is really underthought. Maybe not by this board by some, but nationally... it doesn’t see what’s brewing.

On the line youve Burns, YGM, Brown, Fox, Nixon, Jones.. along with Reddick playing a specialist/edge joker role.

We can do a lot worse than Shaq, Perryman, and Carter at LB and LB is becoming increasingly not as important as it used to be.

This secondary depth is the strongest I’ve seen in a long time. Chinn, Horn, Bouye, Jackson, Burris, and see what we get out of Taylor, Franklin, Robinson, and Pride. Everyone and their momma is talking about Darnold, good and bad, but man this defense is gonna be fun.

Burns has never had a legit secondary behind him. He could have a huge year! Add another year for Chinn, Brown, and YGM to develop and it’s going to be a fun defense to watch. I can totally see Horn and Jackson feeding off each other!

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10 minutes ago, ForJimmy said:

Burns has never had a legit secondary behind him. He could have a huge year! Add another year for Chinn, Brown, and YGM to develop and it’s going to be a fun defense to watch. I can totally see Horn and Jackson feeding off each other!

I agree wholeheartedly. It’s gonna be a dynamic, fun, competitive defense.

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6 hours ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

Rhule ain't got long for this job. He just traded a coach maker for a coach killer. Sam's working on his third coach in three years, with one going on to build a Super Bowl winning defense. Talk about seeing ghost; there's going to be some reunions going on with Sam having to face old nemesis from the AFC East. You folks will be lucky to put two wins together this year, and by this time next year yall will be looking for another qb, and possibly another coach while having to pay Sam's 5th year guarantee. 

Can't blame Hurney for this one.

Your guy, Teddy B, sucked. Let it go already. 

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7 hours ago, methodtoll said:

I can see ourselves being in the same mold of the Buffalo Bills. It took time for them to build but slowly getting a foundation in place to take over as the top dog in the AFC East. 

The irony. Bills legitimately are the depo for ex panther players, coach, and GM. To become what we could have been if we jettisoned nippleshorts (who became Hurney), and riverboat earlier.

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of all that

 

7 hours ago, TheMostInterestingMan said:
7 hours ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

Sam's working on his third coach in three years, with one going on to build a Super Bowl winning defense.

 Last season we had a new HC, OC and DC and no real preseason due to Covid.

 

And in spite of all this...

...Teddy is the devil -- LOL.

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