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#90 : August 28, 2013, 09:53:40 PM


Since you bring it up Schottenheimer had 2 losing seasons in like 22 years. Schiano is 1 for 1. Good luck with that!
it also took Marty 3 years to have a winning season.

Boom !

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#91 : August 29, 2013, 07:57:35 AM


Since you bring it up Schottenheimer had 2 losing seasons in like 22 years. Schiano is 1 for 1. Good luck with that!
it also took Marty 3 years to have a winning season.


You are arguing with a wall Gametime. To Grimm, things like facts and reality are just our way of crying and whining. To him, Schiano is the devil. He is the worst HC that has ever existed and nothing will change Grimm's mind. To top it off, he would rather see us go 2-14 than be wrong about Schiano. Grimm is a lost cause and a waste of time.


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#92 : August 29, 2013, 08:51:18 AM

 "He assumed they would be as good as before, or even better."

I have a bad reputation around here for calling people stupid. But damn, man, that is some stupid ish right there. It's smart to assume that players who never proved themselves to start with will come back better than ever? That is freaking idiotic.

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#93 : August 29, 2013, 12:46:12 PM

"He assumed they would be as good as before, or even better."

I have a bad reputation around here for calling people stupid. But damn, man, that is some stupid ish right there. It's smart to assume that players who never proved themselves to start with will come back better than ever? That is freaking idiotic.


+1. We all know what happens when you assume


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#94 : August 29, 2013, 01:06:36 PM

"It was a logical gamble, with Bowers being healthy for a change."

No, it was not. It was a foolish gamble to count on two players coming back from injury to both be starters, and damn little behind them.




Disagree.  Dom figured he had 2 guys back, who were playing well before getting injured.  He assumed they would be as good as before, or even better.

It hasn't turned out that way so far, but I can see where he was coming from.

If your team is relying on a guy so much(Bowers) why wasn't someone working with him all off-season in preparation.  Hell we have the most coaches in the league.  maybe they should have sent one of them to check on him over the summer!!!!  This team is pathetically ran and idiots are running it.  MD/Schiano/Freeman all suck.  Time to start over.

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#95 : August 29, 2013, 01:12:19 PM


Since you bring it up Schottenheimer had 2 losing seasons in like 22 years. Schiano is 1 for 1. Good luck with that!
it also took Marty 3 years to have a winning season.


You are arguing with a wall Gametime. To Grimm, things like facts and reality are just our way of crying and whining. To him, Schiano is the devil. He is the worst HC that has ever existed and nothing will change Grimm's mind. To top it off,  he would rather see us go 2-14 than be wrong about Schiano . Grimm is a lost cause and a waste of time.

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on the part in bold, there are a number of posters who take that approach.  They are bigger fans of their opinions than the Bucs

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#96 : August 29, 2013, 01:19:34 PM

No, some of us are tired of losing and have little faith in MD.  The guy was hired with Raheem on the cheap.  Freeman is the illegitimate lovechild of Raheem and MD.  He is not the answer.  Schiano is a college coach overwhelmed by the NFL.  Time to start over and bring in REAL football guys.

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#97 : August 29, 2013, 01:23:08 PM

Schottenheimmers first season vs. Schiano's first 8 games... Guess who had the better record?

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#98 : August 29, 2013, 01:35:21 PM

Who cares about Marty?  I care about what we have now, today. 

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#99 : August 29, 2013, 01:45:26 PM

Who cares about Marty?  I care about what we have now, today.
my bad, I thought you brought up martys record. I also care about today, and am happy to have schiano

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#100 : August 29, 2013, 03:03:10 PM

What about Schiano inspires you to believe he is the guy to lead us to a SB?  He went 1-5 to end the season and probably 0-6 had ATL not already clinched.

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#101 : August 29, 2013, 03:08:41 PM

"He assumed they would be as good as before, or even better."

I have a bad reputation around here for calling people stupid. But damn, man, that is some stupid ish right there. It's smart to assume that players who never proved themselves to start with will come back better than ever? That is freaking idiotic.



Because they both would be healthy again, and growing as players.   I would think he hopes that for every player on the squad.  If you just went by a guy rookie season, and said ok, he sucks, lets cut him. A lot of NFL stars would of never made it.


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#102 : August 29, 2013, 03:12:18 PM

"He assumed they would be as good as before, or even better."

I have a bad reputation around here for calling people stupid. But damn, man, that is some stupid ish right there. It's smart to assume that players who never proved themselves to start with will come back better than ever? That is freaking idiotic.



Because they both would be healthy again, and growing as players.   I would think he hopes that for every player on the squad.  If you just went by a guy rookie season, and said ok, he sucks, lets cut him. A lot of NFL stars would of never made it.


Its fine to HOPE, but you can't let hope overrule logic. They let a proven commodity walk for hope and potential, bad logic anyway you look at it.


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#103 : August 29, 2013, 03:21:19 PM

"It was a logical gamble, with Bowers being healthy for a change."

No, it was not. It was a foolish gamble to count on two players coming back from injury to both be starters, and damn little behind them.




Disagree.  Dom figured he had 2 guys back, who were playing well before getting injured.  He assumed they would be as good as before, or even better.

It hasn't turned out that way so far, but I can see where he was coming from.

If your team is relying on a guy so much(Bowers) why wasn't someone working with him all off-season in preparation.  Hell we have the most coaches in the league.  maybe they should have sent one of them to check on him over the summer!!!!  This team is pathetically ran and idiots are running it.  MD/Schiano/Freeman all suck.  Time to start over.


Probably because that is illegal.

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#104 : August 29, 2013, 03:21:53 PM

"He assumed they would be as good as before, or even better."

I have a bad reputation around here for calling people stupid. But damn, man, that is some stupid ish right there. It's smart to assume that players who never proved themselves to start with will come back better than ever? That is freaking idiotic.



Because they both would be healthy again, and growing as players.   I would think he hopes that for every player on the squad.  If you just went by a guy rookie season, and said ok, he sucks, lets cut him. A lot of NFL stars would of never made it.

So whose responsibility was it to work with Bowers in the off-season and MAKE SURE he came ready to be THE GUY??!!!
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