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    Bernie: Green wants the job

    Bernie has stated that sources have told him that if Dennis Green can get out of his contract that he wants the St. Louis job. Interesting.


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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    yea, thats all we need


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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Agree...The only thing I like about Green is he seems to be able to find the talent. But that is as far as I go.

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    yea, thats all we need

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Trade Marmie to him, pick up Okeafor, Warner, and Fitzgerald, and the Tards pay us....BIG!
    Oh, and Green would be our personnel guy, not HC

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Now Sam...I assume Waner is backing up our man Bulger...right?

    You guys still on Warner, when we have a Pro Bowl QB. I just don't get it.

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

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    Now Sam...I assume Waner is backing up our man Bulger...right?

    You guys still on Warner, when we have a Pro Bowl QB. I just don't get it.
    Duh....LOL
    Of course....Bulger #1, Warner #2, then Fitz....what a trio!
    Warner would still be one helluva backup for us

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Maybe he can bring his buddy Fitzgerald with him. Think about it, Fitzpatrick passing to Fitzgerald.........hmm, wonder if they're related?
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Seriously though, we thought Martz was pass happy. Wait, til Green's calling the plays.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    i think green is one of the most overated coaches of all time and if it wasnt for a certain issue that i wont mention, he wouldnt be half as well viewed as he is. Another retread coach that hasnt really won anything to match the level of talent on his team. a real miracle worker with the Big Dead.

    He had plenty of talent in minny, didnt win anything and lost control of the asylum. No thanks

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Ya I just read this. I bet Shaw goes after him. Cause Shaw is an idiot!

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    Exclamation Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Dennis green the head coach of the stlouis rams i see it now Bruce and Faulk retire and green decides to give marmie a couple more years to prove himself our future looks very bright
    Torry Holt Dont play that

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison
    Think about it, Fitzpatrick passing to Fitzgerald.........hmm, wonder if they're related?

    Why would they be related they have different surnames,lol

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Wait, we are switching from a coach with a sb ring as oc, 4 playoffs, the creator of one of the most exciting offenses in the nfl history with . . .dennis green?
    This is like stepping down from a cadillac to ride a horse!!!LOL

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Dennis Green has always had 120 lb. scatbacks running for him. No way he'd be able to utilize Steven Jackson to his fullest abilities. One thing he is good at, though, is losing in the playoffs.

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    Re: Bernie: Green wants the job

    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Disco Man
    Dennis Green has always had 120 lb. scatbacks running for him. No way he'd be able to utilize Steven Jackson to his fullest abilities.
    Nor is Marc Bulger enough of a journeyman to qualify as a Green starting QB.
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