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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    I know if Redneck would have offered the job to me I would have grabbed it too. Does that make me a good coach? No. But I would be one happy somebitch while it lasted.

    So, Tice is a result of a tightwad owner and he jumped at the opportunity, I don't blame him for that. I do blame him for bad coaching and am not happy to be watching him learn while my beloved Vikings dive into the tank.

    Redneck was obvioulsy a tightwad and disaster was written all over the team since the day he took over as owner.

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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    Tice better enjoy coaching because he is done after the season. It is Tices's fault because he cannot make up his mind on the identitiy of our team and we try to play a downfield passing attack off of play-action and there is no way we can run play action because we can't even run the ball. We need to cut ties with Tice and his staff and get our selves some people in the front office and a coaching staff that is a great football mind.
    "Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn t work hard."

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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    McCombs, Tice and Denny are to blame. I add Denny because we are still making up for his draft blunders and just now building a defense that we gave him ten years to build. McCombs tried his best to ruin this team. The only positive about Red being so cheap is that we were so far under the cap, we had to sign all those free agents this year. He was so cheap that he hired Tice because he knew he could pay him nothing. When our coordinator left, he was too cheap to hire another and promoted that halfwit Loney. Tice is by far the bigget moron in the NFL. All three are to blame. Loney just falls under McCombs and Tice.

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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    All I can say is that Tice better gameplan (if he knows the meaning of the word) or at least make an attempt to stop ol' #26 for the Saints or he will single handedly beat us and make his fantasy owners really happy.
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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    I think that the second Linehan signed in Miami and we would not match it (even though he said he wanted to stay) we had serious problems on offense. Sometimes Linehan got a little goofy (Moss' int. against Seattle last year), but he is innovative, creative and good at what he does and we are seriously missing that. We have receivers running predictable routes all game (saw it live in Cincy last week). Would Moss help the situation ... no doubt, but even with Moss we would be 0-2 and asking questions. That Cincy game would not have changed much at all and that Cover 2 from T.B. beats us all the time anyways ... Linehan really hurt and that was Red still being a cheap as*hole. Trading Moss is actually when he opened up his checkbook and started dishing out money ...

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    "midgensa" wrote:
    Trading Moss is actually when he opened up his checkbook and started dishing out money ...
    We were so far under the cap before the trade, we could have kept him and signed all the defensive guys. This is a fact. I'm not starting another Moss debate, just further illustrating how horrible Red is as a human. I hope he rots in he!l. He is a bad human. Plain and simple. He took a public interest and tried to ruin it for personel gain. Now we're stuck with the worst coaching staff in the histroy of the NFL without the best offensive weapon in the game. :evil:

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    ...further illustrating how horrible Red is as a human. I hope he rots in he!l. He is a bad human.
    LMAO, I can see it now.

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    Red asks, "What wrote your ticket to get into helll?"

    Sam replies, "Well, I killed two old ladies, raped a 40 year old man, and sold lamp shades made from human skin to terrorists living in sleeper-cells in my community. What you down here for?"

    Red replies, "I started out screwing people over selling used cars and eventually was a tightwad NFL owner. I purposely stayed well under the salary cap, hired incompetent coaches, and traded away the best offensive threat the NFL had ever known all for my own personal gain."

    Sam replies, "You sick bastard! I knew there would be filth and trash down here, but never realized how low people could get."

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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    Exactly! Don't mess with anything Minnesota.

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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    Red should be hated! left the team in a billion falling pieces, wilf is trying to put the confusing pieces together. Tice could have done a better job keeping the pieces together, but the worst thing red could have done was trade culpepper. he even screwed the new owners over with the price tag he charged!!
    Don t Give up yet, we still have a chance, just a few holes!!

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    Re: Is it Tices fault or is it Mcombs'?

    "MensaTice" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    Trading Moss is actually when he opened up his checkbook and started dishing out money ...
    We were so far under the cap before the trade, we could have kept him and signed all the defensive guys. This is a fact. I'm not starting another Moss debate, just further illustrating how horrible Red is as a human. I hope he rots in he!l. He is a bad human. Plain and simple. He took a public interest and tried to ruin it for personel gain. Now we're stuck with the worst coaching staff in the histroy of the NFL without the best offensive weapon in the game. :evil:
    THAT is a fallacy...we would have been OK THIS YEAR only...the next several years, we would have been in salary cap hell. Quit promoting that idea as fact...because it simply isn't true, MensaMensaTice!
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