Bye, bye Marvin

Discussion in 'Sports' started by SteveinCanton, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. SteveinCanton

    SteveinCanton Member

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    It was nice knowing you
     
  2. duck rookie

    duck rookie Well-Known Member

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    Fire Lewis and move Jackson up IF he can gain control of Jones and Burfict.


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  3. PerchMonkey

    PerchMonkey Active Member

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    Once a N****R always a N^^^^r

    There is no controlling them

    Thie NFL has really gone down hill allowing stupid stuff to accure not to mention the celibratios and the hair extencions
     
  4. DMan

    DMan Active Member

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    What a disgrace. Dirty hits abound, Steelers coaches taking cheap shots on the sidelines and running into the field like a thug, etc..

    Just a terrible product on both sides of the ball.
     
  5. jeff51814

    jeff51814 Well-Known Member

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    Wanna bet he stays??
     
  6. CaptMark

    CaptMark Retired Ohio Waterfowler Staff Member Moderator

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    Report: Bengals have “no plans” to make coaching change

    Posted by Josh Alper on January 10, 2016, 4:55 PM EST
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    The Bengals lost to the Steelers 18-16 on Saturday night in a game that they were leading late in the fourth quarter until a Jeremy Hill fumble and personal fouls on Vontaze Burfict and Adam Jones put Pittsburgh in position for a game-winning field goal.
    The loss marked the fifth straight year that the Bengals have qualified for the playoffs and lost their first postseason game. It also made coach Marvin Lewis the first coach to ever lose his first seven postseason games. That record and the loss of composure by the team down the stretch led some to wonder if the Bengals might consider making a coaching change after 13 seasons with Lewis at the helm.

    Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that there are “no plans” to make a coaching change at this time. Assuming that doesn’t change in the next few days, Lewis will be back to build on the 112-94 record he’s compiled with the Bengals when the next regular season gets underway in September.

    Lewis may be doing that with a new offensive coordinator as Hue Jackson is considered a strong candidate to wind up with a head coaching job now that he’s free to interview with teams and accept any offers that might be coming his way.
     
  7. duck rookie

    duck rookie Well-Known Member

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    <smh>Wow, <smh><smh></smh></smh>