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    First offseason moves

    What's everyones first couple offseason moves that'll get the ship back upright.
    mine;

    1. Strip Martz of most of his personnel decisions and give them back to Charlie Armie as it should be.
    2. Reavalaute the coaching staff and make proper corrections, think out of the box please front office !

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    Re: First offseason moves

    FIRST OFFSEASON MOVES:
    1. Fire marmie limit martz's powers.
    2. If needed sell there soul 2 Satan 4 a better defense
    3. OMG plz fix tha O-line.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    Maine,
    I'm with you on both of these. Armey should make the personel decisions and management needs to "help" or nudge Martz into making better coordinator decisions.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    1) fire marmie.............this won't happen

    2) Sort the mess out with Pace.... keep him,trade him whatever, just sort this guy out , and see what cap space we have left

    3) restucture faulks contract, maybe Bruces

    4) sort out the OL........need a guard,RT.....is Turley going to reappear, maybe try finding the guy first........

    5) Need a playmaking LB and a hand hitting safety....



    JUST A FEW PROBS there :redface:

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    Re: First offseason moves

    First and foremost.

    Marmie gets a size 12 up his ...

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    Re: First offseason moves

    i dont know about the FO but as far as players sign ed hartwell MLB FA ravens. hes a stud.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    1. Fire Marmie
    2. Get Pace signed
    3. Find an impact LB in FA (if there is one in our price range)
    "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: First offseason moves

    I don't care if they fat or thin
    I don't care if they are tall or small
    If they can' tackle the man with the ball
    I don't want them on my team at all.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    1. Straighten out the LB corp.
    2. Fire everyone in the secondary. Everyone. All of them.
    3. Tell DLew he better pull his head out or he'll be playing in Calgary soon.
    4. Sit Faulk down and explain to him he's a third down back now, so that contract has to be renegotiated.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    c'mon mate... the secondary is just not that bad... with a little more help up front i think that Fisher and Butler are serviceable (although Butler is clearly a nickel).. Edwards deserves another year but maybe its time to say bye bye to Arch (after all with no pass coverage skills and unable to make open field tackles what good is he).. can;t believe Coady is still on the roster

    personally i would rather clear out the LB's over the DB's

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    Re: First offseason moves

    My whole problem with the secondary is this:

    We had 5 INT's all year by Butler only. 5. That's it. Fisher played ok, but he whiffed on way too many tackles. Archuleta's back and coverage skills have pushed him out as a liability. Fisher and Butler are nickel corners. Coady, Groce, Garrett.....all a waste of locker space.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    I have a feeling that the one coach who might not be back is Kollar.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    I'm not so sure about Kollar, of all the areas where the defense seemed to improve was the line.

    However, improvement is only as useful as the "improvement" is. I mean, you can shine a piece of dung, all that it turns out to be is shiny dung.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    The reason I think that is that Kollar is not a Marmie guy (he predates Marmie and, frankly, has an entirely different personality), and there may be a need for a scapegoat.

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    Re: First offseason moves

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    The reason I think that is that Kollar is not a Marmie guy (he predates Marmie and, frankly, has an entirely different personality), and there may be a need for a scapegoat.
    This will be a severe injustice if this is how it plays out. The only defensive unit that showed any improvement was the D-line (Thank you Kennedy, Pickett, Fisher, & Hargrove). And yet, the thought that Kollar could go down as the scapegoat...wow, that would be bad.

    Fire Marmie.
    "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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