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PolynikesPolynikes Posts: 2,398 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
edited October 6 in Off Topic

Yes, we gave up two TDs within the first 16 min of the game, after which our D pumped Tenn like that chick Debbie who...for some reason...DID Dallas...

My Q for those of you that were unsatisfied with the win...How much did Jim Chaney's familiarity with our team play a role?

I think it played a huge role, as evidenced by our adjustments and eventual success.

Tell you what...Fromm is a greedy dude with the football in his hand. Selfish IMO. Doesn't ever let the other team take it from him.

Edit - Chaney knows not only our play book, but also the players themselves. He knows who to go after, and who to leave alone.

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