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    Very funny ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by thor75 View Post
    I can list a few I guess..

    the signing of Velasco

    Heath Miller is back

    Jarvis is getting significant PT

    Troy is playing and looks good

    OK, those haven't amounted to much, but hey its a start.
    I'm with you all the way... but the Troy's health is really a non factor, seeing as how this team is a loss or two away from being on their way to a top 5 draft pick next year.

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    I guess a bright spot is that Tomlin has coached teams that have had long losing streaks and finished with decent records. Previously, it had been a late season collapse (unleashing hell), but maybe this year the team gets the collapse out of the way early and finishes strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    I guess a bright spot is that Tomlin has coached teams that have had long losing streaks and finished with decent records. Previously, it had been a late season collapse (unleashing hell), but maybe this year the team gets the collapse out of the way early and finishes strong.
    This is what I'm hoping for. I get the impression Tomlin is a little more patient and knows what he's got with all these young players. He's not pressing to unleash hell. To me, that almost seems to acknowledge this is a work in progress. And they have made some small strides forward in the last 2 games. Who knows where we may end up come December. I didn't expect this bad to start, but hopefully it just keeps getting better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    This is what I'm hoping for. I get the impression Tomlin is a little more patient and knows what he's got with all these young players. He's not pressing to unleash hell. To me, that almost seems to acknowledge this is a work in progress. And they have made some small strides forward in the last 2 games. Who knows where we may end up come December. I didn't expect this bad to start, but hopefully it just keeps getting better.
    "all these young players" overstates the case a bit. Most teams have way more depth and young talent than us.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keyplay1 View Post
    I don't usually agree with all the posts but with this one I do. However, I would like to add a few more points.

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    .? not sure about this one


    That just about does it for me.
    I get most of these points but number 3 is just ridiculous!!!!!
    And the comment on point 2 is a flagrant violation of board policy. I am deeply offended!!!!!!!
    Last edited by Captain Lemming; 09-26-2013 at 03:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    This is what I'm hoping for. I get the impression Tomlin is a little more patient and knows what he's got with all these young players. He's not pressing to unleash hell. To me, that almost seems to acknowledge this is a work in progress. And they have made some small strides forward in the last 2 games. Who knows where we may end up come December. I didn't expect this bad to start, but hopefully it just keeps getting better.
    Well stated and rational assessment. Are you nuts?
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