Tuesday, December 30, 2008

One Dude Besides President Bush That Really Needed To Get Fired - The Head Coach Of The Winless Detroit Lions

I am a big Barry Sanders fan. I have his jersey, one of the real deal jobs, not that screenprint mesh crap, a beautiful special edition powder blue polyester jersey with the sewn on white #20. I hate what has happened to the Detroit Lions. I'm glad their coach got fired, but they didn't even get that right. Why did they wait all season before firing his behind?


uglyblackjohn December 30, 2008 at 2:55 AM  

If they keep the coach, they can blame him for THEIR ineptitude.

Shady_Grady December 30, 2008 at 4:53 AM  

The owner HATES firing people. Also the owner is incompetent and thought getting rid of Millen was sufficient.

Anonymous,  December 30, 2008 at 9:18 AM  

Sweet Jersey - I collected the "real jobs" since 88 when I got a Darryl Strawberry - that was when he was cold with the Mets - I got Barry's Oklahoma St. jersey - but I digress.

That great feat of the perfect season in reverse was not on Marinelli - he had a bad bunch of guys. Most Detroit die hards will tell you that was on the Ford family who owns the team (See results of other companies the Ford's run in Detroit - I'm just saying) and that inept GM and President they had for so long Matt "Let's draft another receiver" Millen. Still the coach knew the deal - like he said you can't go 0-16 and expect to keep your job. But there was no coach you will ever see with more class under pressure than Marinelli.

wisdomteachesme December 30, 2008 at 9:41 AM  

jacked up! just jacked up!
how can a pro team lose EVERYGAME?
baffles my mind

Eye D. VS Mel O. December 31, 2008 at 9:56 PM  

one of the players said after losing the last game of this season that he can't even remember the last time the one a game, then he said probably in november 2007. Detroit is in dire need of some rejuventation!

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