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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    Just brings back bad memories:

    The Washington game:

    Childress (to a ref): "We are allowed to substitute !!".

    John Madden to the entire USA on live TV:

    "No you're not...".

    God, that was bad.

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
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    [quote author=Schutz link=topic=44676.msg774304#msg774304 date=1209868297]
    Meh.....

    He was a bit follically challenged as well wasn't he?
    ;D

    Wonder what he was thinking?

    a.
    Why can't we win on the road?
    b.
    Why can't we win on natural turf?
    c.
    Did he really mean it when he said my job was safe?
    d.
    Why didn't I just stick to playing ball?
    a. I wish we wouldn't have traded Randy Moss.
    b. Why do I get paid so little..
    c. Beating Green Bay in the Playoffs was great
    d. I wish I had a rookie phenom RB saving my job.
    e. I bet I don't get fired after having three winning seasons out of four.
    LOL.
    Good ones
    ;D

    a.
    Why did I scalp them gol 'darnit tickets?
    b.
    I wonder if that gol 'darnit petition was starter by Childress?
    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/fire-mike-tice.html
    c.
    Why did we always start so good and finish so bad?
    In my last year I went 9-7 and beat GB twice... since 6-10 and 8-8 and no GB wins.
    Who was the problem?
    LOL, everybody beat the Packers that year.
    ;D
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    the almighty bears didn't.
    In fact if memory serves me correctly, they actually swept the bears during their superbowl year.

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Some good pics.

    If I'm not mistaken, I would swear he is slightly balding.
    ;D

    http://uspresswire.com/search/keywor...hildress/page1
    I will be more than happy to see that Lombardi trophy shinning on his bald head

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    We should not have fired Tice. He was good. I liked him.

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    We should not have fired Tice. He was good. I liked him.
    You mean to tell me you & I finally agree on something? LOL

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    "Schutz" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    Meh.....

    He was a bit follically challenged as well wasn't he?

    ;D

    Wonder what he was thinking?

    a.
    Why can't we win on the road?
    b.
    Why can't we win on natural turf?
    c.

    Did he really mean it when he said my job was safe?
    d.
    Why didn't I just stick to playing ball?
    a. I wish we wouldn't have traded Randy Moss.
    b. Why do I get paid so little..
    c. Beating Green Bay in the Playoffs was great
    d. I wish I had a rookie phenom RB saving my job.
    e. I bet I don't get fired after having three winning seasons out of four.
    I am actually a Tice guy and kind of wanted to keep him around. BUT ... he only had a winning season TWO out of four years ... and in both 9-7 seasons he missed the playoffs with late season losses that absolutely should not have happened.
    I can see why someone would want to go in a different direction. But like I said ... I wanted to keep him around.

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    "midgensa" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    Meh.....

    He was a bit follically challenged as well wasn't he?
    ;D

    Wonder what he was thinking?

    a.
    Why can't we win on the road?
    b.
    Why can't we win on natural turf?
    c.
    Did he really mean it when he said my job was safe?
    d.
    Why didn't I just stick to playing ball?
    a. I wish we wouldn't have traded Randy Moss.
    b. Why do I get paid so little..
    c. Beating Green Bay in the Playoffs was great
    d. I wish I had a rookie phenom RB saving my job.
    e. I bet I don't get fired after having three winning seasons out of four.
    I am actually a Tice guy and kind of wanted to keep him around. BUT ... he only had a winning season TWO out of four years ... and in both 9-7 seasons he missed the playoffs with late season losses that absolutely should not have happened.
    I can see why someone would want to go in a different direction. But like I said ... I wanted to keep him around.
    Considering he was cast into the role prematurely without the benefit of being a coordinator first, plus the fact that he had one of the cheapest coaching staffs that Red's budget called for, I'd say he did alright those years.

    It would have been nice to see what he could have done with a better coaching staff & Wilf's purse strings.

    Why do you think the Chiller didn't keep a single one from Tice's staff? That's what Tice had to work with. Childress went 6-10 with his hand selected staff. How far do you think he would have went with Tice's?

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    "singersp" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    Meh.....

    He was a bit follically challenged as well wasn't he?
    ;D

    Wonder what he was thinking?

    a.
    Why can't we win on the road?
    b.
    Why can't we win on natural turf?
    c.
    Did he really mean it when he said my job was safe?
    d.
    Why didn't I just stick to playing ball?
    a. I wish we wouldn't have traded Randy Moss.
    b. Why do I get paid so little..
    c. Beating Green Bay in the Playoffs was great
    d. I wish I had a rookie phenom RB saving my job.
    e. I bet I don't get fired after having three winning seasons out of four.
    I am actually a Tice guy and kind of wanted to keep him around. BUT ... he only had a winning season TWO out of four years ... and in both 9-7 seasons he missed the playoffs with late season losses that absolutely should not have happened.
    I can see why someone would want to go in a different direction. But like I said ... I wanted to keep him around.
    Considering he was cast into the role prematurely without the benefit of being a coordinator first, plus the fact that he had one of the cheapest coaching staffs that Red's budget called for, I'd say he did alright those years.

    It would have been nice to see what he could have done with a better coaching staff & Wilf's purse strings.

    Why do you think the Chiller didn't keep a single one from Tice's staff? That's what Tice had to work with. Childress went 6-10 with his hand selected staff. How far do you think he would have went with Tice's?
    I still think Tice is a great coach, and I think it's only a matter of time until he gets another HC gig.
    He has a decent track record and after spending these years in Jacksonville as the "assistant" HC will interest teams.
    I'm guessing all it would take is Jacksonville to make it to the AFC championship or the SB since teams love to hire coaches from teams that get that far.
    I think it would be really funny/great if Tice ended up taking a HC job with the Lions or Bears if they have some more bad seasons and dump their coaches again.

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    Re: The Chiller......In action.

    I'm loving it Marr nicee pics thanks for the link..

    Tice had great working material, to say that he could do better then childress is a little inapropriat but also.. ho'd knew, a new owner who wants to have a fresh start brings in his own crew
    Rosie O'Donnell is a dude!

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