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1 hour ago, kungfoodude said:

It was a rebuild when you jettisoned most of the talent from the roster. 

Doesn't matter if Hurney was on board or not, it was pretty clearly a rebuild.

And we have no idea who is on what page. We just know we have new people. We'll know that in a few years....maybe.

We know from multiple sources that Marty's emphasis was to win now.

He wasn't interested in long-term results. He needed to save his own ass.

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

We know from multiple sources that Marty's emphasis was to win now.

He wasn't interested in long-term results. He needed to save his own ass.

No doubt but the results didn't indicate that, even before the season.

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40 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

When did they ever?

Plenty of times. I have never seen a tear down like that in the history of our franchise. It was the most obvious rebuild I have ever seen.

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7 hours ago, onmyown said:

Winning seasons since 1995:

Lions: 7

Panthers: 7

Playoff games won since 1995:

Panthers: 9

Cowboys : 7

We just don't have a history like most teams in the NFL where we can look back on the glory day of the 80's or 90's.  And for most of the last 15 years we had a GM that was a yes man for the owner and really didn't have a long term gold and just tried to win that year. 

Most teams have multiple GM's in their history that they can say this guy was good and this guy wasn't.  We really don't have that we really have just 1 guy.

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23 hours ago, onmyown said:

Winning seasons since 1995:

Jets: 11

Panthers: 7

Jaguars: 8

Panthers are actually just a few (horrific) teams away from being dead last in this category.

Texans have 7 winning seasons since 2011.

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On 6/19/2021 at 2:45 PM, kungfoodude said:

Plenty of times. I have never seen a tear down like that in the history of our franchise. It was the most obvious rebuild I have ever seen.

The question was when did the win totals reflect Marty's desire to win.

There's really only three times that can be said.

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1 minute ago, Mr. Scot said:

The question was when did the win totals reflect Marty's desire to win.

There's really only three times that can be said.

I didn't ask that question.

It was clear there was a rebuild ongoing. It is clear there is still a rebuild ongoing.

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