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Dec 9th, 2008 03:16 PM
McClain Yes. But it doesn't matter. He's done after this season.
Dec 8th, 2008 06:07 PM
WhiteRat Still want to fire Dungy?
Oct 21st, 2008 05:05 AM
Pentegarn Tell you what, why don't we trade coaches. You can send Dungy to Cleveland and get Romeo Crennel.

See? Not as bad for the Colts as it could be is it? :D
Oct 21st, 2008 02:11 AM
WhiteRat I'll dance an irish jig when Childress gets his chrome domed ass-face fired. Here comes Bill Cowher!
Oct 21st, 2008 02:05 AM
pac-man Final decision is up to McClain. Me, personally, I would hold on to Tony. It's a matter of time before he retires anyway, and if that team can get their shit together (i.e. beat the Titans) then they're still a legitimate contender.

Oh, and happy trails to Mike Nolan. He was as invalid as they come, but I give him props for forcing the league and Reebok to make him a suit he could wear on the sidelines.
Oct 21st, 2008 02:02 AM
WhiteRat A 3rd rounder this year, a conditional 3rd rounder next year, and 250,000 in a suitcase full of twenties. If you act now, we'll also throw in the HHH MetroDump, which is a $67 value.
Oct 21st, 2008 02:00 AM
pac-man You're gonna have to throw in a couple draft picks or some cash...
Oct 21st, 2008 01:53 AM
WhiteRat Completely disbanded? They've had what, 1 shit year since the end of the 90's?

We'll GLADLY trade you Chester Taylor, Cedric "can't cover shit on my own back" Griffin, and Brad Childress for Dungy.
Oct 20th, 2008 04:34 PM
pac-man Of all the coaches I'd expect to hear people calling for his head, Tony Dungy isn't on my short list. Yeah, the 4th and 1 call this past weekend was way too conservative, especially considering their field position. However, Peyton threw two picks that went back for 6 a piece. Not to mention that Bob Sanders isn't in, and he's a game changer against the run and the pass. I can understand why you'd want him out, but when he does move on, who takes over?
Oct 20th, 2008 03:27 PM
Fire Dungy

I'm sick of him being so... conservative. 4th and 1 and 90% of the time he punts. DOOD! You have arguably the best quarterback of this century, amazing wide outs and a solid back. And you punt?
Your sinewy defense is getting beaten down and spending more time on the field than what's advisable. They're young. They're small. And it's showing.

I'm convinced that any other coach could have had this squad in the superbowl more often. It's not Peyton who wasn't clutch, it was your lack of fortitude.

Thanks for the ring. Now step down. Before the team is completey disbanded.

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