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    My walk and faith in Christ Jesus, Counseling helping others, My Bulldogs, Falcons, GSU, Braves, Hawks, C.S. Lewis, C.H. Spurgeon, USA Rugby, Theology, general Nerd-dom/Geekdom, Android Dev testing, and general randomness.

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  1. If someone traded for Duke Riley then Vic sounds like a probability.
  2. <sarcasm> it's too bad we don't have the owner of the Atlanta United. That owner knows how to put the people in place to build something dominant and fast. </sarcasm>
  3. You read my mind. My girlfriend just brought that up yesterday. Makes me wonder if Pioli saw the writing on the wall and didn't want these decisions and this year on his GM resume. or was Pioli a much bigger part of the good decisions made the few years he was here.
  4. That's funny... I forgot it was him. I thought it was Darrell Woodson . Haha
  5. I agree. Real team pride and brotherhood would have had someone getting pissed at that and going after someone. Stupid penalties are not the answer but at least show some **** fire.
  6. Whats funny and sad at the same time to me is Shanny and LeFleur were both here, we could have given inexperienced Lefleur an opportunity over inexperienced Sark, and both 49ers and GB are doing very well with the coaching staff and defenses they put together....yet here we are with a coaches room of ex-head coaches.
  7. Yea... i was just thinking about that... Better analogy would be how the "one-cut backs" usually were amazing in Denver and then were average at best in other schemes on other teams.
  8. The players are a huge part but if you're asking a Ford Pinto Station-wagon to be a McLauren F1 until you can afford one... Thats not what its meant to be.
  9. This is a challenging concept to teach when every press conference, interview, and/or quote leads to a theme of "we are a brotherhood and all critiques, opinions, and analysis (outside of our locker room) is noise and should be avoided because its "US VS Them" ". "'BioDome" and "stay the course" philosophy didn't work with the Titanic and it don't work in sports unless someone in the organization is critical and honest with themselves....I don't think we are critical or honest enough.
  10. Fixed it for you
  11. I posted a couple weeks ago that according to history, the magic number is 10 losses. Reeves was 3-10 (didn't want to coach the last 3 games) Mike Smith was 6-10 Mora was 7-9 (although, after the 5-6 record after Saints loss, reports in the media started saying he was fired, it was just a matter of when ). With the way we are losing, looking undisciplined, having everyone say how basic and predictable we are, and that Quinn's kryptonite is AFC teams, Quinn will either be gone or stories/rumors will start making their way out during the next four games. I think he's basically done after the Saints game if we get our *** handed to us.
  12. The article makes me like him more. I'm also impressed with how him and Payton adjust their offense to their personnel.
  14. I was talking about every season under Ryan. Again there is enough fault to go around. The scheme doesn't utilize the talent we have, receivers are not coming back to the ball (or the defense isn't letting them), Ryan is making stupid mistakes (rookie type decisions, throwing off back foot, over throwing, under throwing, and looking clueless at times, and there is little variety in our whole team. I'm still not saying Ryan is THE problem, by the is a problem.
  15. I never said any of that. The board might have but I never have. I call Ryan out when it's his fault we suck. All I've said is Ryan is who he is and our whole team sucks right now. This offense system doesn't fit the line and players we have. Plus I've said since last year that Quinn in the wrong defensive coach for us; his defense and scheme is out date and was disected, exposed, and the blueprint to beat it was written his last year in Seattle and published for every team our Superbowl year. Harry Douglas even went on 929 last year and spelled out the weaknesses of our scheme and how to beat it. There isn't many players on this team that doesn't share the blame in this team being horrible. Ryan is a big BIG part of the blame also. My big point is Shanny proved that the right scheme with our offensive talent is the difference.