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Culture
Posted by: tsstamper ()
Date: June 27, 2019 01:24AM


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Posted by: tsstamper ()
Date: June 27, 2019 01:24AM


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Re: Culture
Posted by: tsstamper ()
Date: June 27, 2019 01:25AM

not sure what's going on with post...maybe a sign my perspective doesn't need to be shared :-)

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Re: Culture
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: June 27, 2019 11:20AM

> Read this story on NFL.com and it was just a sad,
> stark reminder of how truly far off we have been
> in our decades of desert-wandering. They have
> lost 2 TE (incl a future HoF), 3 OT, 2 WR (one a
> Phins cast-off)...one of the highest rated 2019
> FAs (Flowers). Heck, we've taken 2 of their
> cast-offs and are hoping they'll play meaningful
> parts for us in 2019. Meanwhile, I look at their
> projected 2019 starting offense, and every single
> one of them was originally drafted or undrafted FA
> by the Patriots.
>
> Van Noy points to Chung as one of the leaders who
> buy into and reinforce the culture. A safety
> drafted in 2009...pretty much career-long
> starter...with a 2019 cap figure of about $4.5
> million. We have Reshad Jones...drafted in
> 2010...quit on his team during a freakin game just
> last year...with a team-high 2019 cap figure of
> just over $17 million. We pay 4x the cap hit for
> a guy who's seemingly defiantly against whatever
> culture was set last year. I'm not saying the
> culture was good last year...just pointing out how
> messed up it is that the top cap-eater can flip
> the bird to coaches, fellow players and fans while
> his counterpart earns 75% less and has a handful
> of SB rings.
>
> Truly not a rant against Jones...it was just a
> very specific example that came to mind upon
> reading the article. I would have to say that, in
> my opinion, the #1 most important thing for the
> team in 2019 is to have the right culture
> instilled for long-term success.

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Re: Culture
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: June 27, 2019 11:43AM

Do NOT copy www links. They bring out the blank out phenom.

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Re: Culture
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: June 27, 2019 11:45AM

As do brackets and parentheses and parentheses, I forgot to add.

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Re: Culture
Posted by: tsstamper ()
Date: June 29, 2019 10:37AM

thumbs up

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Re: Culture
Posted by: colonel ()
Date: June 30, 2019 09:28AM

ChyrenB wrote: "As do brackets and parentheses and parentheses, I forgot to add."

I typed out Chyren wrote: then added the quote mark left followed by the copied words As do brackets and parentheses and parentheses, I forgot to add. and added the end quote. That method works. However, trying to underscore the quoted words, italicize the quoted words, of attempting to bold them blanks out the entire message.

Definitely some non-functioning elements with this message forum.

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Re: Culture
Posted by: 808phan ()
Date: July 03, 2019 03:09PM

ChyrenB Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> > Read this story on NFL.com and it was just a
> sad,
> > stark reminder of how truly far off we have
> been
> > in our decades of desert-wandering. They have
> > lost 2 TE (incl a future HoF), 3 OT, 2 WR (one
> a
> > Phins cast-off)...one of the highest rated 2019
> > FAs (Flowers). Heck, we've taken 2 of their
> > cast-offs and are hoping they'll play
> meaningful
> > parts for us in 2019. Meanwhile, I look at
> their
> > projected 2019 starting offense, and every
> single
> > one of them was originally drafted or undrafted
> FA
> > by the Patriots.
> >
> > Van Noy points to Chung as one of the leaders
> who
> > buy into and reinforce the culture. A safety
> > drafted in 2009...pretty much career-long
> > starter...with a 2019 cap figure of about $4.5
> > million. We have Reshad Jones...drafted in
> > 2010...quit on his team during a freakin game
> just
> > last year...with a team-high 2019 cap figure of
> > just over $17 million. We pay 4x the cap hit
> for
> > a guy who's seemingly defiantly against
> whatever
> > culture was set last year. I'm not saying the
> > culture was good last year...just pointing out
> how
> > messed up it is that the top cap-eater can flip
> > the bird to coaches, fellow players and fans
> while
> > his counterpart earns 75% less and has a
> handful
> > of SB rings.
> >
> > Truly not a rant against Jones...it was just a
> > very specific example that came to mind upon
> > reading the article. I would have to say that,
> in
> > my opinion, the #1 most important thing for the
> > team in 2019 is to have the right culture
> > instilled for long-term success.


Hopefully this coaching staff has what it takes to get that done. Bill B. wouldn't have tolerated what Jones did and it's well known throughout the league what his expectations are from his players. The Pats can be who they are because they are a competitive team and are managed well from top to bottom. They pay less but in return they give their players the opportunity to win SB's. Even Brady's salary is peanuts compared to other top QB's in the league who can only dream about having the success he's had.

Hopefully Flores coming from the culture that NE has will make a difference for Miami. I think Miami made a wise decision to give him his shot for a HC position as he came from the the most successful organization in modern NFL history, but only time will tell if it pays off. Miami had nothing to lose hiring Flores. This team was already a bottom dweller that couldn't have been much worse so I think hiring Flores and promoting Grier to GM was worth the chance that's been taken.

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Re: Culture
Posted by: dolphan4545 ()
Date: July 06, 2019 10:34AM

"Search" function doesn't work, either.

Rick

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Re: Culture
Posted by: SCPhinsFan ()
Date: July 08, 2019 02:06AM

Gase tried to bring in players to instill a new "culture". He and the coaching staff were weak in this area and it showed.

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