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Surprised anyone still thinks getting rid of Blount/Talib was a mistake.  I agree with the rest, but those two seem to be absolutely the right decisions.

After seeing what those guys are doing now my guess is that it took a change of scenery, another no nonsense coach and the realization that this might be Talib’s last chance to play with a potential winning team. Next stop? Jacksonville or Cleveland. Blount was rumored to be slow about grasping the playbook. Couple that with running behind our then offensive line and a young faster back gunning for your job maybe he saw the writing on the wall. You gotta admit he does only runs a limited amount of plays. But, he’s also running behind a better offensive line than he had here.

Please wait…