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#15 : January 21, 2012, 01:17:47 PM

Not going to try, but I think one could make a case for either being worse than the other.  One saving grace was getting the punter/kicker who could.

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#16 : January 21, 2012, 02:26:07 PM

I think he made a few huge blunders last Aug. (not pursuing a CB or Tullock or an upgrade at LG and overpaying Black and TB) BUT he has done a faaar better job of drafting than the last 2 GMs and has made far fewer mistakes than the last 2 GMs.

So he is far from great, but better than who we've had the last 15 yrs.

When it comes to firing a guy, I believe in don't do it unless you know the replacement will be better...not "might be better" or "we hope he's better" but certainty that he will be better.



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#17 : January 21, 2012, 03:59:03 PM

I am no McKay fan but I don't think you can say Dominick has done a better job than him.


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#18 : January 23, 2012, 01:27:43 PM

Bump for the swing votes



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