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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Doctor Kildare in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    coaching
    coaching is never perfect, and yet required to be with ingredients supplied
    Smith and Quinn haven't always made perfect decisions, and that can cost you a game. I'd argue that Pete Carroll effectively hasn't always made perfect decisions and it cost him a super bowl, but the Seahawks have talent that flashes top to bottom and consistently in division/playoff contention at the end of every season. 
    Not having a pass rush, Not being able to block for Ryan consistently or open running lanes has hampered this team from being a consistent winner
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Doctor Kildare in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    Two different coaches, same result, and the one thing that hasn't changed...TD
     
    I've been carrying the flag for years now that this guy needed to go, and yet somehow he survived Smith, and then last season, and now I still have this eerie feeling in my gut that he could survive Quinn too. 
    Consider this...
    Now, anybody in the NFL currently or formerly will tell that you have to build in the trenches, if you neglect the trenches, your not a good team on a consistent basis.  
     
    TD has drafted 86 players from 2008-2019, 24 of those combine for either Offense/Defense lines. Is that good?
    Out of those 24 players, only 2 have become franchise cornerstones, and 2 (Takk) didn't get his 5th year option picked up, and the verdict still out and Cominsky is still a wait and see.
           I know how un-realistic that sounds, so I'll run through the other 20 players. (Sean Harlow, Wes Schweitzer, Jake Rodgers, Ra'Shede Hageman, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga, Peter Konz, Lamar Holmes, Jonathan Massaquoi, Travian Robertson, Andrew Jackson, Cliff Matthews, Corey Peters, Mike Johnson, Joe Hawley, Peria Jerry, Lawrence Sidbury, Garrett Reynolds, Vance Walker, Sam Baker)
    I'm sure many of you remember seeing those names for any length of period, but they were players that did not become starters or were shorts lived in such roles. 
    Also Jerry, Konz, Holmes, Hageman, Baker, Peters were all picks in the Top 3 rounds, with Baker and Jerry being 1st round bust and Konz and Hageman being 2nd round bust.
    My conclusion is when you have only drafted 24 of your 86 players at arguably the most important groups on the field, it's arguable that you have not put any great importance on those groups and that your ability to scout such players is without a doubt in question. 
     
    Like I said above, I've been calling for TD to go for years, this trend hasn't just started, only gotten more egregious as the years have progressed.
    It's just sad when you get your Franchise QB in your first year as GM, and with that mindset and allocation of picks over the years has failed him up front. 
     
    Please keep in mind, that's just focusing on OL/DL, if you start looking at his his picks in totality -- tallying up the bust, checking the ratios of top 3 rd picks versus retained franchise cornerstone players. TD is little more than a snake oil salesman
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from BUBBASBEANS in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    Two different coaches, same result, and the one thing that hasn't changed...TD
     
    I've been carrying the flag for years now that this guy needed to go, and yet somehow he survived Smith, and then last season, and now I still have this eerie feeling in my gut that he could survive Quinn too. 
    Consider this...
    Now, anybody in the NFL currently or formerly will tell that you have to build in the trenches, if you neglect the trenches, your not a good team on a consistent basis.  
     
    TD has drafted 86 players from 2008-2019, 24 of those combine for either Offense/Defense lines. Is that good?
    Out of those 24 players, only 2 have become franchise cornerstones, and 2 (Takk) didn't get his 5th year option picked up, and the verdict still out and Cominsky is still a wait and see.
           I know how un-realistic that sounds, so I'll run through the other 20 players. (Sean Harlow, Wes Schweitzer, Jake Rodgers, Ra'Shede Hageman, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga, Peter Konz, Lamar Holmes, Jonathan Massaquoi, Travian Robertson, Andrew Jackson, Cliff Matthews, Corey Peters, Mike Johnson, Joe Hawley, Peria Jerry, Lawrence Sidbury, Garrett Reynolds, Vance Walker, Sam Baker)
    I'm sure many of you remember seeing those names for any length of period, but they were players that did not become starters or were shorts lived in such roles. 
    Also Jerry, Konz, Holmes, Hageman, Baker, Peters were all picks in the Top 3 rounds, with Baker and Jerry being 1st round bust and Konz and Hageman being 2nd round bust.
    My conclusion is when you have only drafted 24 of your 86 players at arguably the most important groups on the field, it's arguable that you have not put any great importance on those groups and that your ability to scout such players is without a doubt in question. 
     
    Like I said above, I've been calling for TD to go for years, this trend hasn't just started, only gotten more egregious as the years have progressed.
    It's just sad when you get your Franchise QB in your first year as GM, and with that mindset and allocation of picks over the years has failed him up front. 
     
    Please keep in mind, that's just focusing on OL/DL, if you start looking at his his picks in totality -- tallying up the bust, checking the ratios of top 3 rd picks versus retained franchise cornerstone players. TD is little more than a snake oil salesman
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from treboyplay in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    coaching
    coaching is never perfect, and yet required to be with ingredients supplied
    Smith and Quinn haven't always made perfect decisions, and that can cost you a game. I'd argue that Pete Carroll effectively hasn't always made perfect decisions and it cost him a super bowl, but the Seahawks have talent that flashes top to bottom and consistently in division/playoff contention at the end of every season. 
    Not having a pass rush, Not being able to block for Ryan consistently or open running lanes has hampered this team from being a consistent winner
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from treboyplay in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    Two different coaches, same result, and the one thing that hasn't changed...TD
     
    I've been carrying the flag for years now that this guy needed to go, and yet somehow he survived Smith, and then last season, and now I still have this eerie feeling in my gut that he could survive Quinn too. 
    Consider this...
    Now, anybody in the NFL currently or formerly will tell that you have to build in the trenches, if you neglect the trenches, your not a good team on a consistent basis.  
     
    TD has drafted 86 players from 2008-2019, 24 of those combine for either Offense/Defense lines. Is that good?
    Out of those 24 players, only 2 have become franchise cornerstones, and 2 (Takk) didn't get his 5th year option picked up, and the verdict still out and Cominsky is still a wait and see.
           I know how un-realistic that sounds, so I'll run through the other 20 players. (Sean Harlow, Wes Schweitzer, Jake Rodgers, Ra'Shede Hageman, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga, Peter Konz, Lamar Holmes, Jonathan Massaquoi, Travian Robertson, Andrew Jackson, Cliff Matthews, Corey Peters, Mike Johnson, Joe Hawley, Peria Jerry, Lawrence Sidbury, Garrett Reynolds, Vance Walker, Sam Baker)
    I'm sure many of you remember seeing those names for any length of period, but they were players that did not become starters or were shorts lived in such roles. 
    Also Jerry, Konz, Holmes, Hageman, Baker, Peters were all picks in the Top 3 rounds, with Baker and Jerry being 1st round bust and Konz and Hageman being 2nd round bust.
    My conclusion is when you have only drafted 24 of your 86 players at arguably the most important groups on the field, it's arguable that you have not put any great importance on those groups and that your ability to scout such players is without a doubt in question. 
     
    Like I said above, I've been calling for TD to go for years, this trend hasn't just started, only gotten more egregious as the years have progressed.
    It's just sad when you get your Franchise QB in your first year as GM, and with that mindset and allocation of picks over the years has failed him up front. 
     
    Please keep in mind, that's just focusing on OL/DL, if you start looking at his his picks in totality -- tallying up the bust, checking the ratios of top 3 rd picks versus retained franchise cornerstone players. TD is little more than a snake oil salesman
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Atl Falcon in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    coaching
    coaching is never perfect, and yet required to be with ingredients supplied
    Smith and Quinn haven't always made perfect decisions, and that can cost you a game. I'd argue that Pete Carroll effectively hasn't always made perfect decisions and it cost him a super bowl, but the Seahawks have talent that flashes top to bottom and consistently in division/playoff contention at the end of every season. 
    Not having a pass rush, Not being able to block for Ryan consistently or open running lanes has hampered this team from being a consistent winner
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Hurry_Up_And_Buy in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    Two different coaches, same result, and the one thing that hasn't changed...TD
     
    I've been carrying the flag for years now that this guy needed to go, and yet somehow he survived Smith, and then last season, and now I still have this eerie feeling in my gut that he could survive Quinn too. 
    Consider this...
    Now, anybody in the NFL currently or formerly will tell that you have to build in the trenches, if you neglect the trenches, your not a good team on a consistent basis.  
     
    TD has drafted 86 players from 2008-2019, 24 of those combine for either Offense/Defense lines. Is that good?
    Out of those 24 players, only 2 have become franchise cornerstones, and 2 (Takk) didn't get his 5th year option picked up, and the verdict still out and Cominsky is still a wait and see.
           I know how un-realistic that sounds, so I'll run through the other 20 players. (Sean Harlow, Wes Schweitzer, Jake Rodgers, Ra'Shede Hageman, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga, Peter Konz, Lamar Holmes, Jonathan Massaquoi, Travian Robertson, Andrew Jackson, Cliff Matthews, Corey Peters, Mike Johnson, Joe Hawley, Peria Jerry, Lawrence Sidbury, Garrett Reynolds, Vance Walker, Sam Baker)
    I'm sure many of you remember seeing those names for any length of period, but they were players that did not become starters or were shorts lived in such roles. 
    Also Jerry, Konz, Holmes, Hageman, Baker, Peters were all picks in the Top 3 rounds, with Baker and Jerry being 1st round bust and Konz and Hageman being 2nd round bust.
    My conclusion is when you have only drafted 24 of your 86 players at arguably the most important groups on the field, it's arguable that you have not put any great importance on those groups and that your ability to scout such players is without a doubt in question. 
     
    Like I said above, I've been calling for TD to go for years, this trend hasn't just started, only gotten more egregious as the years have progressed.
    It's just sad when you get your Franchise QB in your first year as GM, and with that mindset and allocation of picks over the years has failed him up front. 
     
    Please keep in mind, that's just focusing on OL/DL, if you start looking at his his picks in totality -- tallying up the bust, checking the ratios of top 3 rd picks versus retained franchise cornerstone players. TD is little more than a snake oil salesman
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Atl Falcon in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    Two different coaches, same result, and the one thing that hasn't changed...TD
     
    I've been carrying the flag for years now that this guy needed to go, and yet somehow he survived Smith, and then last season, and now I still have this eerie feeling in my gut that he could survive Quinn too. 
    Consider this...
    Now, anybody in the NFL currently or formerly will tell that you have to build in the trenches, if you neglect the trenches, your not a good team on a consistent basis.  
     
    TD has drafted 86 players from 2008-2019, 24 of those combine for either Offense/Defense lines. Is that good?
    Out of those 24 players, only 2 have become franchise cornerstones, and 2 (Takk) didn't get his 5th year option picked up, and the verdict still out and Cominsky is still a wait and see.
           I know how un-realistic that sounds, so I'll run through the other 20 players. (Sean Harlow, Wes Schweitzer, Jake Rodgers, Ra'Shede Hageman, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga, Peter Konz, Lamar Holmes, Jonathan Massaquoi, Travian Robertson, Andrew Jackson, Cliff Matthews, Corey Peters, Mike Johnson, Joe Hawley, Peria Jerry, Lawrence Sidbury, Garrett Reynolds, Vance Walker, Sam Baker)
    I'm sure many of you remember seeing those names for any length of period, but they were players that did not become starters or were shorts lived in such roles. 
    Also Jerry, Konz, Holmes, Hageman, Baker, Peters were all picks in the Top 3 rounds, with Baker and Jerry being 1st round bust and Konz and Hageman being 2nd round bust.
    My conclusion is when you have only drafted 24 of your 86 players at arguably the most important groups on the field, it's arguable that you have not put any great importance on those groups and that your ability to scout such players is without a doubt in question. 
     
    Like I said above, I've been calling for TD to go for years, this trend hasn't just started, only gotten more egregious as the years have progressed.
    It's just sad when you get your Franchise QB in your first year as GM, and with that mindset and allocation of picks over the years has failed him up front. 
     
    Please keep in mind, that's just focusing on OL/DL, if you start looking at his his picks in totality -- tallying up the bust, checking the ratios of top 3 rd picks versus retained franchise cornerstone players. TD is little more than a snake oil salesman
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from alexhead97 in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    Two different coaches, same result, and the one thing that hasn't changed...TD
     
    I've been carrying the flag for years now that this guy needed to go, and yet somehow he survived Smith, and then last season, and now I still have this eerie feeling in my gut that he could survive Quinn too. 
    Consider this...
    Now, anybody in the NFL currently or formerly will tell that you have to build in the trenches, if you neglect the trenches, your not a good team on a consistent basis.  
     
    TD has drafted 86 players from 2008-2019, 24 of those combine for either Offense/Defense lines. Is that good?
    Out of those 24 players, only 2 have become franchise cornerstones, and 2 (Takk) didn't get his 5th year option picked up, and the verdict still out and Cominsky is still a wait and see.
           I know how un-realistic that sounds, so I'll run through the other 20 players. (Sean Harlow, Wes Schweitzer, Jake Rodgers, Ra'Shede Hageman, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga, Peter Konz, Lamar Holmes, Jonathan Massaquoi, Travian Robertson, Andrew Jackson, Cliff Matthews, Corey Peters, Mike Johnson, Joe Hawley, Peria Jerry, Lawrence Sidbury, Garrett Reynolds, Vance Walker, Sam Baker)
    I'm sure many of you remember seeing those names for any length of period, but they were players that did not become starters or were shorts lived in such roles. 
    Also Jerry, Konz, Holmes, Hageman, Baker, Peters were all picks in the Top 3 rounds, with Baker and Jerry being 1st round bust and Konz and Hageman being 2nd round bust.
    My conclusion is when you have only drafted 24 of your 86 players at arguably the most important groups on the field, it's arguable that you have not put any great importance on those groups and that your ability to scout such players is without a doubt in question. 
     
    Like I said above, I've been calling for TD to go for years, this trend hasn't just started, only gotten more egregious as the years have progressed.
    It's just sad when you get your Franchise QB in your first year as GM, and with that mindset and allocation of picks over the years has failed him up front. 
     
    Please keep in mind, that's just focusing on OL/DL, if you start looking at his his picks in totality -- tallying up the bust, checking the ratios of top 3 rd picks versus retained franchise cornerstone players. TD is little more than a snake oil salesman
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Knight of God in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    Two different coaches, same result, and the one thing that hasn't changed...TD
     
    I've been carrying the flag for years now that this guy needed to go, and yet somehow he survived Smith, and then last season, and now I still have this eerie feeling in my gut that he could survive Quinn too. 
    Consider this...
    Now, anybody in the NFL currently or formerly will tell that you have to build in the trenches, if you neglect the trenches, your not a good team on a consistent basis.  
     
    TD has drafted 86 players from 2008-2019, 24 of those combine for either Offense/Defense lines. Is that good?
    Out of those 24 players, only 2 have become franchise cornerstones, and 2 (Takk) didn't get his 5th year option picked up, and the verdict still out and Cominsky is still a wait and see.
           I know how un-realistic that sounds, so I'll run through the other 20 players. (Sean Harlow, Wes Schweitzer, Jake Rodgers, Ra'Shede Hageman, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga, Peter Konz, Lamar Holmes, Jonathan Massaquoi, Travian Robertson, Andrew Jackson, Cliff Matthews, Corey Peters, Mike Johnson, Joe Hawley, Peria Jerry, Lawrence Sidbury, Garrett Reynolds, Vance Walker, Sam Baker)
    I'm sure many of you remember seeing those names for any length of period, but they were players that did not become starters or were shorts lived in such roles. 
    Also Jerry, Konz, Holmes, Hageman, Baker, Peters were all picks in the Top 3 rounds, with Baker and Jerry being 1st round bust and Konz and Hageman being 2nd round bust.
    My conclusion is when you have only drafted 24 of your 86 players at arguably the most important groups on the field, it's arguable that you have not put any great importance on those groups and that your ability to scout such players is without a doubt in question. 
     
    Like I said above, I've been calling for TD to go for years, this trend hasn't just started, only gotten more egregious as the years have progressed.
    It's just sad when you get your Franchise QB in your first year as GM, and with that mindset and allocation of picks over the years has failed him up front. 
     
    Please keep in mind, that's just focusing on OL/DL, if you start looking at his his picks in totality -- tallying up the bust, checking the ratios of top 3 rd picks versus retained franchise cornerstone players. TD is little more than a snake oil salesman
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Day1 in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    the way they currently built no, but like you said right now. as in this year 2020. 
    I'd argue that b/t the years of 2008-2019, there are not many years there where we wouldn't have traded them straight up on both sides of ball. 
     
    I don't see where your question of "right now" has anything to do with a 12 year run of mediocrity by TD
     
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Day1 in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    also, I'd ask you if any of those numbers strike you as above average or good in anyway. 
    looks to me, like we have a sub par GM, you couple that with any HC and it could be an issue. To think it has no bearing on why this team isn't consistently a division/playoff contender  is foolish imo
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from Day1 in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    coaching
    coaching is never perfect, and yet required to be with ingredients supplied
    Smith and Quinn haven't always made perfect decisions, and that can cost you a game. I'd argue that Pete Carroll effectively hasn't always made perfect decisions and it cost him a super bowl, but the Seahawks have talent that flashes top to bottom and consistently in division/playoff contention at the end of every season. 
    Not having a pass rush, Not being able to block for Ryan consistently or open running lanes has hampered this team from being a consistent winner
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from MAD597 in Problem is and always been that bicycling yoyo upstairs   
    coaching
    coaching is never perfect, and yet required to be with ingredients supplied
    Smith and Quinn haven't always made perfect decisions, and that can cost you a game. I'd argue that Pete Carroll effectively hasn't always made perfect decisions and it cost him a super bowl, but the Seahawks have talent that flashes top to bottom and consistently in division/playoff contention at the end of every season. 
    Not having a pass rush, Not being able to block for Ryan consistently or open running lanes has hampered this team from being a consistent winner
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from hd2121 in NEW JERSEYS IN APRIL!!!   
    I still maintain. That if these are truly it, and I believe they are...
     
    **i think the all black and all white versions are going to look really sleek and represent the direction the brand has been going with the design of the new stadium**
     
    **i love LOVE that our away jerseys will now have BLACK #s with red outline like they did in 94-95ish, I’ve always thought that was tough!!**
     
    **I like the matte black helmet and oversized falcon and am little curious about what exactly the logo change fuss was all about**
    ** the black top will look best with black pants I’m sure, but sounds like white may be an option, but honestly with the sleekness of the new design...give me all black**
     
    **curious what pants option there is for the throwback, I don’t think we’ve seen all there is to that setup**
     
    finally. The gradients make me want to buy a gradient painted southern comfort Silverado, fill the bed up with all the gradient tops they currently have, soak in gasoline, and roll off the side of Stone Mountain. 
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from BUBBASBEANS in NEW JERSEYS IN APRIL!!!   
    I believe too. 
     
    I don’t so much mind the black number and red outline on white. I was I’m hoping we went back to that scheme. 
     
    im sure the all blacks and all white will look sleek and we will all like them. 
     
    HOWEVER!!!!!!!!!!  The gradients should be thrown in the trash and burned and never spoke of thereafter. 
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from BUBBASBEANS in NEW JERSEYS IN APRIL!!!   
    There was an “insider” awhile back that noted the new uniforms had red under the arm, I’d lean to believe what you see is what you get. 
     
    we got 5 years to get use to it. 
     
    I will add to my hatred of the gradient option by saying that the numbers look like cheap screen printed numbers, and the jersey looks like something one of Quinn’s players of the week during practice would wear. Not an NFL jersey to show up the rest for sure 
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from BUBBASBEANS in NEW JERSEYS IN APRIL!!!   
    I’m sorry, but anything gradient should deserve by general purpose of existence some complaining. I mean ****, we should all start driving Southern Comfort gradient Silverados again by proxy. Smh
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from BUBBASBEANS in NEW JERSEYS IN APRIL!!!   
    This!!!!!
     
    however, if I had to say one nice thing, I’m glad to see black/red outline numbers like we had back in the day, I think 1994-95ish was the last year I saw that
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from BUBBASBEANS in NEW JERSEYS IN APRIL!!!   
    The gradient jersey absolutely disgusting.
     
    As a fan that’s been going to games since Chief Noc-A-Homa was dancing around and the Falcons had a large Helmet Golf Cart driving around the field. I’m absolutely disgusted and disheartened that I even see the possibility of a gradient jersey. The traditionalist in me just withered and died. 
     
    smh
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    JKH5785 reacted to BUBBASBEANS in Date Set!!! 4-14-2020 new uniform unveiling   
    And trash the fade as well pls. 
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    JKH5785 reacted to Jesus in Date Set!!! 4-14-2020 new uniform unveiling   
    What's weird is every player had to change their name to Falcons.
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    JKH5785 reacted to Clean house in Date Set!!! 4-14-2020 new uniform unveiling   
    That red gradient looks like ****
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from chronob in NEW JERSEYS IN APRIL!!!   
    The gradient jersey absolutely disgusting.
     
    As a fan that’s been going to games since Chief Noc-A-Homa was dancing around and the Falcons had a large Helmet Golf Cart driving around the field. I’m absolutely disgusted and disheartened that I even see the possibility of a gradient jersey. The traditionalist in me just withered and died. 
     
    smh
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    JKH5785 got a reaction from JDaveG in Coach For Sure!   
    Coach isn’t entirely the issue
    its obvious those guys on the field are, or at least some...
    this personnel on the field was over estimated and overpaid by a shocking SuperBowl run
    Allen = average
    Campbell = average
    D. Jones = slightly above average
    Oliver = below average
    Beasley = below average
    takk = average
    Davison = average
    and we can keep going...
     
    to us we see the name and remember we went to the Super Bowl and keep chasing that high...
    truth is these players aren’t who we/they thought they were
     
     
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