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  1. I am not saying he doesn't deserve it. He is using the tools he has available to exert leverage and get market value for his services. Good for him and more power to him. My only point is that I am tired of hearing ex-players & writers push the narrative that this is about his financial security. It is not -- it is about getting paid market value for services And that is fair.
  2. I don't disagree with that. Just tired of hearing that it is about his financial security. Same thing was said last night on MNF -- it is about guaranteeing his financial secuirty. He is financially secure whetehr he makes $14MM for one season or a multi-year $50MM contract. He already knows a level of financial security that most of us will never know. If it is about getting fair market value for his services, considering the Gurley contract, I could buy that explanation.
  3. I don't know. I always thought that $14.5MM would give someone long-term financial security. Especially on top of the $16MM he has already earned.
  4. Yup. Just so damn frustrating. Assuming Vacchiano's report is correct, they are heading down the same exact path that has not worked, multiple times in the past. The idea of giving Macc one more year but firing Bowles now is the definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. I just don't get the logic. As much as I would hate to see Bowles back next year, I agree with you. Instead of firing one and keeping one, keep both, give them a playoff mandate for next year. No playoffs, both are gone. Although I still prefer sending both packing at the end of the season.
  5. Agree 100% with the second part of your commnet, but if the first paragraph is correct -- that Mac ignored OL becuase Bowles wanted to build defense, then he is too weak to be an effective GM and should be shown the door. This is his team and Bowles' team. They built it together, likely around a common vision. If they disagreed on that vision, than Macc should have fought harder to build a better balanced team.
  6. Nope. 1 win is not going to change my opinion. The guy has had 4 years to win games. 23-35 says enough. Only 4 teams in the NFL have fewer wins in that span -- and that is with a 10 win season in 2015. We are 30th in wins since 2016 -- ahead of Cleveland and SF. Thats it. This is why I wanted him gone now. I don't want a couple ofmeaningless wins in another loss season to change ownership's view of the job he has done, which over 4 years has been awful. Time to move on. You want to save you job, Todd. Win out and make the playoffs, then he has something to talk about. But a single upset win against NE. Not nearly enough in my book.
  7. Nothing to worry about folks. Todd will have them ready for the next one.
  8. Rather than selling tix, why not doante them to vettix.org. Get a tax donation and let a military veteran or his/her family enjoy the game. Tax donation at the full face value might be worth more than what you would get on stubhub anyway.
  9. Decisions won't be rash? After 13 wins in the last 43 games, how can anything be rash at this point. Pretty evident to anyone who watched the games over the past 3 seasons that this guy is not competent to lead a team, develop a young QB or inspire a locker room full of men.
  10. Yup. Frustrated as I think I have ever been as a fan. If the report is correct, and Bowles finishes the season, then I think I would prefer to just see McCown play out the rest of the season and give Sam a fresh start under new, hopefully competent leadership next season.
  11. Don't see anything from Rapoport yet on twitter.

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