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    • Skull and Bones

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      Don’t forget how he tried to take the Fslcons job and was denied and less than a week after he got himself fired was sitting in Blanks owner box when the Bucs were playing them.  Screw him!

    • Anonymous

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      Coach Gruden, is that you?

    • Anonymous

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      …and then, he headed up the competition committee…

    • Anonymous

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      One of the greatest thread titles ever.

    • Anonymous

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      One of the greatest thread titles ever.

      Every fiction writer knows you need a good lead . .  and that title is a great one .

    • Anonymous

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      Yeah. Absolute no to McKay

    • Anonymous

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      How is it fictional? Great op.

    • Anonymous

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      This is the turd who thought Booger could replace Sapp. HELL NO

    • Anonymous

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      This is the turd who thought Booger could replace Sapp. HELL NO

      I believe you are confusing him with Monte

    • Anonymous

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      This is the turd who thought Booger could replace Sapp. HELL NO

      Gruden wanted to sign Darrell Russell in 2003, McKay said no because he felt Sapp would view him as his replacement. In 2004 when McKay was gone Gruden did not return Sapp's phone call when Sapp asked if he would match the Raiders contract, but signed Darrell Russell.

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      I am no McKay fan but +1

    • Anonymous

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      Bray?

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      The Gruden 2003 on/Allen combo were dark times indeed for the Bucs.  I hated McKays drafts, but you got the feeling the guy knew how to run a team.  Allen just appeared to be a politician with no direction at all. 

    • Anonymous

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      McKay drafted some good players but overall his drafts were pretty sucky as well.  Especially on offense.

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      I am no McKay fan but +1

      McKay deserved to be stripped, he was a D-Bag and he refused to work with Gruden.  There was an immediate conflict and he lost.  Rather than leaving with class he decided to spit in everyone's faces.  Very similar to Freeman.  Low class moves by both of them.  That's not the kind of behavior that engenders sympathy.Oh, and he was demoted by the Falcons for a reason -- incompetence.

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      I am no McKay fan but +1

      McKay deserved to be stripped, he was a D-Bag and he refused to work with Gruden.  There was an immediate conflict and he lost.  Rather than leaving with class he decided to spit in everyone's faces.  Very similar to Freeman.  Low class moves by both of them.  That's not the kind of behavior that engenders sympathy.Oh, and he was demoted by the Falcons for a reason -- incompetence.

      That wasn't a demotion in ATL... They sent him to pick blue flowers with red thorns.

    • Anonymous

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      He refused to work with Gruden because Gruden was an idiot trying to lure washed up players out of retirement

    • Anonymous

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      Both McKay and Gruden had too big of egos to work together.

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      I am no McKay fan but +1

      McKay deserved to be stripped, he was a D-Bag and he refused to work with Gruden.  There was an immediate conflict and he lost.  Rather than leaving with class he decided to spit in everyone's faces.  Very similar to Freeman.  Low class moves by both of them.  That's not the kind of behavior that engenders sympathy.Oh, and he was demoted by the Falcons for a reason -- incompetence.

      What happened once Gruden got his way? Goodbye Sapp, Lynch and Thomas Jones. Hello Charlie Garner, Matt Stinchcomb and Tim Brown.

    • Anonymous

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      McKay has had next to nothing to do with running a football team on the field for five years. He’s back to doing what he does best – running things off the field. He’s got another stadium to get built. He doesn’t need to monkey around with the Bucs.

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      I am no McKay fan but +1

      McKay deserved to be stripped, he was a D-Bag and he refused to work with Gruden.  There was an immediate conflict and he lost.  Rather than leaving with class he decided to spit in everyone's faces.  Very similar to Freeman.  Low class moves by both of them.  That's not the kind of behavior that engenders sympathy.Oh, and he was demoted by the Falcons for a reason -- incompetence.

      What happened once Gruden got his way? Goodbye Sapp, Lynch and Thomas Jones. Hello Charlie Garner, Matt Stinchcomb and Tim Brown.

      +1!  McKay had every right to not want Gruden to make personnel decisions. Gruden's free agent signings were abysmal!!

    • Anonymous

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      Remind me again of all the contributions McKay made to this team ?

    • Anonymous

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      Remind me again of all the contributions McKay made to this team ?

      He picked two players for Atlanta in 2005 that had better careers than every player Gruden and Allen picked. Maybe he didn't have the right support in Tampa.

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      I am no McKay fan but +1

      Certainly not sit in the owners box of our biggest rival of the time and laugh and joke like a little frat boy.

    • Anonymous

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      I think he and Blank had it planned for over a year. 

    • Anonymous

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      McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

      I am no McKay fan but +1

      McKay deserved to be stripped, he was a D-Bag and he refused to work with Gruden.  There was an immediate conflict and he lost.  Rather than leaving with class he decided to spit in everyone's faces.  Very similar to Freeman.  Low class moves by both of them.  That's not the kind of behavior that engenders sympathy.Oh, and he was demoted by the Falcons for a reason -- incompetence.

      "very similar to Freeman"  lol

    • Anonymous

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      caradoc: "Remind me again of all the contributions McKay made to this team ?"Signed Chidi Ahanotu and Marcus Jones to nice fat contracts. Pissed away our franchise tag for six years. Made a nice name for himself off of Wyche's draft picks. Not much else I can think of.

    • Anonymous

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      BAH GAWD! A TRAITOR!  WE HATE ANYONE WHO HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH ATLANTA! 

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