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  • Dr. Broncenstein
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    Rooney rule / two birds.

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  • mennonite
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    Originally posted by WolfpackGuy View Post
    Did he blink yet?

    I swear he and Kenny Albert on Fox never blink.
    The Mayans believed that Reality as we know it is really only a staring contest between Kenny and Caldwell. When one of them finally blinks, the universe/time will finally end. The Mayans failed to predict the invention of Visine by American scientists in 1947 so their belief that the Great Blink would occur in 2012 was incorrect.


    Last edited by mennonite; 01-14-2014, 01:40 PM.

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  • razorwire77
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    Originally posted by Gutless Drunk View Post

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  • WolfpackGuy
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    Did he blink yet?

    I swear he and Kenny Albert on Fox never blink.

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  • Gutless Drunk
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    Peyton chokes in the playoffs.

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  • mennonite
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    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...nt-make-sense/


    With 29 seconds left, the clock running and the Jets having the ball at the Colts’ 32-yard line, Indianapolis coach Jim Caldwell made a surprising decision: He called timeout.
    The TV cameras caught the look on Peyton Manning’s face on the sideline, and Manning was obviously thinking the same thing many of us were thinking: “What in the world is Caldwell doing?”
    Caldwell was asked to explain after the game.
    “I didn’t care. I was going to make sure that they couldn’t. Make them snap the ball. They were in field goal range,” Caldwell said. “We wanted to try to make them snap the ball as many times as they possibly could.”
    Yes, the Jets were in field goal range: In range for what would have been a 50-yard field goal, which is no chip shot for Jets kicker Nick Folk, who went 5-for-11 on field goal attempts of 40 yards or longer this season. As it turned out, on the very next play after that timeout, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez hit Braylon Edwards on an 18-yard completion, and on the next play after that Folk kicked the game-winning 32-yard field goal as time expired.
    Frankly, Caldwell’s explanation doesn’t make any sense because his decision doesn’t make any sense. Making the Jets snap the ball again just gave the Jets another opportunity to make the field goal easier, and that’s exactly what they did.
    Caldwell should have known better, because he made the same mistake during the regular season at Jacksonville, using two timeouts during the Jaguars’ final drive and helping Jacksonville set up a game-winning field goal. Caldwell didn’t learn from that mistake, and the Jets benefited on Saturday night.




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    Complete idiot.

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  • Mile High Salute
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    Both the Browns and Vikings are terrible jobs. Neither has a franchise quarterback. Both teams have major uphill climbs in their divisions. (Although Caldwell going to Detroit certainly helps, lol.) And in the case of Cleveland, do you want to work for a guy that might fire you after one year if you don't win right away?

    Have to think Gase will be flattered by the interest but ultimately decide to stay. First HC job or not, he'd be crazy to leave PFM for one of those tire fires. He's still young and has plenty of time. The interest will always be there after what he's done this year, and he can afford to wait a year or two until a better job opens up where he actually has a chance to win.

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  • broncosteven
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    Originally posted by mennonite View Post
    Unbelievable. This guy has no business being a head coach.
    The dudes on ESPN NFL Insiders seem to think he is the greatest football mind in history.

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  • mennonite
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    Unbelievable. This guy has no business being a head coach.

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  • Bronco Yoda
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    Cut your locks and go to Brownyville already

    http://t.foxsports.msn.com/nfl/rob-r...se-of-his-hair

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  • broncocalijohn
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    Originally posted by Gutless Drunk View Post
    He can be Captain Holt on Brooklyn Nine Nine.

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  • broncosteven
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    Originally posted by UltimateHoboW/Shotgun View Post
    By firing a coach after the first year has made the Brown's opening the worst place to be. Even if Gase waits til Feb. he should turn that one down out right. Its bit of a dick move to not tell Brown's that he doesn't want that job. Its like holding out on a date for the prom when you know you're not doing to take them.
    If Belly makes mCd turn it down you know it is a bad place to go.

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  • whoeey
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    Call a TO Jimmy, call a TO

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  • NFLBRONCO
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    Originally posted by Br0nc0Buster View Post
    lol and I just read Brian Xanders is interviewing for the Dolphins pizza guy position
    fixed

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