Rosenbloom pops off again

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  1. Jimmors

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    You agree with it because it is common knowledge that everyone knows. He might as well get on his soapbox to tell us that water is wet while he is at it.
     
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    water can be soft OR hard. ;)
     
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    Yeah, the title should have been "Rosenberg POOPS off again" !
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    Rosie is a bomb-throwing provocateur no doubt. He likes to play the role of the hyper-critical asshole. This is a multi-factorial problem that will require multiple fixes to remedy.

    Injuries have forced players out of position and forced some to play more than they should.
    Emery whiffed on Shea/Hardin therefore there is no depth at DE or Safety.
    Tucker has failed to be Trestman's "right hand man" as a needed D-guru and motivator for an offensive-minded HC.
    Some players (Pep, Conte, Wright) are simply sucking more than any of us expected.
    And the offense isn't generating the type of consistent WCO ball control that might give the D a fighting chance to hang.

    As another poster said earlier, the only hope (and a slim one I admit) left for this season is to sign a guy like Ratliff if possible to play inside, allowing Wooton to move back to his better position outside, which moves Shea mostly to the bench, which makes Bass the 3rd DE rather than the 2nd, which MIGHT, JUST MAYBE result in enough pass rush to protect our hapless safeties in coverage.

    Other than that series of "ifs", its on to the offseason and wholesale changes.
     
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    ^^^ in other words, it's on to the off-season and wholesale changes! lol ;)
     
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    Afraid so...
     
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    well, at the very least, the off-season should be interesting! IN EMERY WE TRUST!!!! (until he gives us ample reason to doubt him!-tee-hee)
     
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    Ratliff signed.
    See above
     
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    Sounds like Jay Mariotti.
     
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    That is encouraging. His agent says he's still 2-4 weeks from being able to play, but that's fine. They signed him to a 1 year deal.
     

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