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an individual, organization, institution, etc., considered to be exempt from criticism or questioning.

Was just wondering which players will be deemed sacred cows this year if QUINN starts them. I think Hawley is the front runner this year. Who are some others that could make the list?emot-munch.gif

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man, I'm doing a brisket on the smoker saturday, that's about the only sacred cow I care about...........

I really don't expect to see Quinn show any favoritism, I hope to goodness that left out the door with the previous regime

Quinn has said and definitely seems like the type to back it up, that he is result oriented. So I absolutely agree.

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Quinn is a sacred cow himself. He has no head coaching experience but everyone i know considers him God and fiery. Hope he has a good start or it can get ugly real fast

Anyone with any sense of reason and patience will understand there are bumps and bruises that can go along with taking on a new HC position. The only people who will make it ugly are the normal negative blowhards.

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Hawley is the best center we have...... DQ will start the best player and adjust if necessary....

I agree. However I have already seen enough that I think many will cry favoritism if Hawley starts. My curiosity is what other players folks think might qualify for the list. Lets say Yates for instance.. If he makes it as the#2 QB. Hard work or sacred cow?

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Quinn is a sacred cow himself. He has no head coaching experience but everyone i know considers him God and fiery. Hope he has a good start or it can get ugly real fast

That's not true. Most here are just optimistic, b/c of his record, and what came before.

As for whether he gets dissent, he does. Your an example and you're not alone. Admittedly there are few, but that's b/c most of the Quinn haters became deserters once he was announced. When it was still unclear, there were many arguing against him.

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Anyone with any sense of reason and patience will understand there are bumps and bruises that can go along with taking on a new HC position. The only people who will make it ugly are the normal negative blowhards.

You really need an alt account for posting that kinda stuff since we can't like it even though we do like it.

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He is universally revered now, but back in the day there were some epic Duckett vs Dunn threads with people shitting all over him for being too small and not enough of a power back.

If you mean by the team however... Yeah, maybe.

That same argument could've been made against Duckett honestly.

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I'd say Roddy White.

Yes, he's done a lot for this team, but what matters isn't what he did in the past but what he is doing now & can do next year, the year after, etc.

I know he's got some gas left in the tank, but I think if he struggles a good bit this season yet still gets to stay at #2 on the depth chart... and thus causing guys with upside to get fewer meaningful in-game opportunities... that is definitely a sacred cow scenario I do not want to see.

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I'd say Roddy White.

Yes, he's done a lot for this team, but what matters isn't what he did in the past but what he is doing now & can do next year, the year after, etc.

I know he's got some gas left in the tank, but I think if he struggles a good bit this season yet still gets to stay at #2 on the depth chart... and thus causing guys with upside to get fewer meaningful in-game opportunities... that is definitely a sacred cow scenario I do not want to see.

He got beat up all year last year and just couldn't hold on to anything. I remember the Chicago game in particular, he was getting manhandled. I think a younger, wresting champ Roddy would have taken those a bit better.

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