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Old 12-18-2013   #59
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Default Re: What sets the good organizations apart?

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Originally Posted by houstonspartan View Post
FYI. Sean Payton, a coach I really can't stand, had a kicker miss two field goals on Sunday.

On Monday, he fired that kicker.

He also had a tackle miss a couple of important plays on Sunday.

On Monday, he benched that tackler.

If those players were here they'd be given infinite amount of time to play until they improved, regardless of their performance and how much their poor play cost just games.

Just saying.
Well that's that accountability that we've all been talking about. Good organizations have it. Crappy ones don't.
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