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 Posted: Tue Dec 25th, 2018 05:11 pm
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My Picks


Wilks (Arizona)
Bowles (Jets)
Koetter (Tampa)
Vance Joseph (Denver)

I think Marvin Lewis survives dont ask me how

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Lewis gone.

Hue Jackson already in place to take over.

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 Posted: Tue Dec 25th, 2018 07:53 pm
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I think Ron Rivera is at least in a little jeopardy. The Panthers started 6-2 and have since lost 7 straight and go into the final week of the season 6-9.

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Who is that puke in Jacksonville.
And Oakland could have buried Gruden in the stadium for all I care.



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The only thing keeping Denver from rioting this year is the legal pot, but if Vance Joseph isn’t fired immediately into the off-season even that won’t save them.



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I'd love to know more about what sank the Jags this year. They had QB troubles for sure, but the defense completely went to pieces. They were in the AFC Championship Game last season and started off this season 3-1, including a win over the Patriots. Since then they're 2-9 including a 7 game losing streak at one point. Doug Marrone can't be long for his job.

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I would add Gase, Gruden (wash), Koettier(however you spell his name from TB), and Marrone.
Packer interim guy gets boot(whoever he is)

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I know who is NOT getting fired, and that would be Jason Garrett.

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tamalie wrote: I'd love to know more about what sank the Jags this year. They had QB troubles for sure, but the defense completely went to pieces. They were in the AFC Championship Game last season and started off this season 3-1, including a win over the Patriots. Since then they're 2-9 including a 7 game losing streak at one point. Doug Marrone can't be long for his job.

I, also, cannot understand the collapse of the Jags.  There defense was pretty good, especially the pass defense.  Good running game.  
They should have done better. 

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People in Pittsburgh calling for Tomlin’s head, but he is not going anywhere. Not the Steelers way. The only way he leaves is if he steps down because the Rooney’s want to force changes on him that he does not agree with. If the Steelers have another bad season next year then you could see him leave when his contract expires.

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As for the Jaguars, I think they lucked out within the division last year with injuries to DeShaun Watson and Andrew Luck.

When you're no longer player against guys like Tom Savage and Jacoby Brissett, and when Blake Bortes is back to playing like Blake Bortes, regardless of how well your defense still plays, it's hard to repeat the success you had last year.

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Papa Voo wrote: tamalie wrote: I'd love to know more about what sank the Jags this year. They had QB troubles for sure, but the defense completely went to pieces. They were in the AFC Championship Game last season and started off this season 3-1, including a win over the Patriots. Since then they're 2-9 including a 7 game losing streak at one point. Doug Marrone can't be long for his job.

I, also, cannot understand the collapse of the Jags.  There defense was pretty good, especially the pass defense.  Good running game.  
They should have done better. 


RE: Jags


One of the football podcasts that I listen to actually mention old man Coughlin as wanting to take another shot at coaching and doing so in Jacksonville

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And the tension mounts...nobody fired yet.



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TB Dick Koetter first one gone.



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