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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    Hopefully a guy who won't say something like this:

    "It's not my responsibility... to turn up the music"- Cincy Jungle
    I almost posted that earlier today. That statement tells me he's decided he's done here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NamecipS View Post
    I almost posted that earlier today. That statement tells me he's decided he's done here.
    I’ve been pounding the he’s gotta go drum for some years now, but from his perspective, why would he want to work somewhere with seemingly no interest in progress? And for so long?

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    What about Brian Kelly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamecipS View Post
    Listened to the Mo Egger show on the way home yesterday. They talked about McDaniels and others, but Mo's suggestion was brilliant. Not sure it would happen, but why not hire Todd Haley? Fits the bill on things I want from a head coach, tough, offensive minded and has experience.

    I hadn't thought about him, but that makes perfect sense and temporarily weakens an opponent.
    Does he want to be a HC again. Some of these guys who have been HC before, then go back to OC/DC I think realized where they are better off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamecipS View Post
    I almost posted that earlier today. That statement tells me he's decided he's done here.
    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    I’ve been pounding the he’s gotta go drum for some years now, but from his perspective, why would he want to work somewhere with seemingly no interest in progress? And for so long?
    Marvin is also right on this one. This is professional football, these guys shouldnt need to have someone pump them up to play a game. The number of 00000 at the end of these guys checks should be enough to get them motivated.

    The "ME" generation is starting to hit the NFL in a big way (as in more of them, there has always been a few here and there) and to be honest Marvin isnt the coach to coach those guys, so yeah its either time, or close to time for Marvin to go, because you cant avoid drafting/signing these guys anymore, they are everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    I’ve been pounding the he’s gotta go drum for some years now, but from his perspective, why would he want to work somewhere with seemingly no interest in progress? And for so long?
    I have to believe at some point, the losing and the negativity from the fan base would lead him to look for greener pastures elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    Marvin is also right on this one. This is professional football, these guys shouldnt need to have someone pump them up to play a game. The number of 00000 at the end of these guys checks should be enough to get them motivated.

    The "ME" generation is starting to hit the NFL in a big way (as in more of them, there has always been a few here and there) and to be honest Marvin isnt the coach to coach those guys, so yeah its either time, or close to time for Marvin to go, because you cant avoid drafting/signing these guys anymore, they are everywhere.
    I'm sorry, are you saying the head coach's responsibility is not to have his team fully prepared to play football? Because the players make money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    I'm sorry, are you saying the head coach's responsibility is not to have his team fully prepared to play football? Because the players make money?
    Being prepared means X's and O's. It does not mean the HC should have to power little AJ's bottom to get him amped up for the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamecipS View Post
    I have to believe at some point, the losing and the negativity from the fan base would lead him to look for greener pastures elsewhere.
    I don't know what role he plays in drafting and signing/trading players, but if it's much of a role, I think he's done an excellent job on that front, and would be more than happy to see him in a luxury box on Sundays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    Being prepared means X's and O's. It does not mean the HC should have to power little AJ's bottom to get him amped up for the game.
    Got it.

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    Zimmer of the Vikings said "Hope Marvin gets a lifetime contract." I guess that says it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birds1963 View Post
    Zimmer of the Vikings said "Hope Marvin gets a lifetime contract." I guess that says it all.
    Guessing the Steelers, Ravens and Browns hope so as well.

    On Jay Gruden, why would you want to leave one meddling owner for another--At lease Washington will spend some $$'s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StickerMann View Post
    Guessing the Steelers, Ravens and Browns hope so as well.

    On Jay Gruden, why would you want to leave one meddling owner for another--At lease Washington will spend some $$'s?
    It wouldn’t be by choice if he leaves Washington.

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    Just broke...Marvin has said he’s leaving the Bengals after this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    Just broke...Marvin has said he’s leaving the Bengals after this season.
    I wonder if it was a "hey, we'll give you the chance to leave on your own or you'll be fired" type deal.

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