If we’re below .500 by mid season, and our O-line is still terrible...

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  1. JB

    JB Old Curmudgeon

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    From today 4-9-19... no looking back
     
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  2. thunderkyss

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    Our GM doesn't have any say on what the coach does. The HC works directly for the owner. The GM works directly for the owner.
     
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  3. HaveMercy

    HaveMercy Passing Through

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    What you describe might be the Org Chart view, but what I've described is, at least in some organizations, a backroom relationship kind of thing. If the GM is on the ascendancy and the HC is on the descendancy power-wise / job-security wise (especially in the eyes of the owner, team president, etc.), the GM may be able to bring enough pressure to "strongly suggest" that the HC takes certain actions. That's the scenario I'm thinking just might be possible.
     
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  4. thunderkyss

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    Had steelbtexan learned to hack computers?
     
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  5. Norg

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    if we are mathematically still in Watson plays …..

    if not I would ban Watson from the building LOL
     
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    At mid season all 32 teams still have a mathematical chance.
     
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