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(USA Today)   Pick your headline: A) Realizing the final games of the season are meaningless and his line is as solid as Swiss cheese, Redskins coach protects the health of his franchise QB, or, B) OMG SHANAHAN SNUBS RGIII   (q.usatoday.com) divider line 79
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2013-12-11 12:01:47 PM
Good. It's not like our draft position matters anyway.
 
2013-12-11 12:06:12 PM
I'm gonna go with C) Shanahan wants to know if Cousins is worth signing at his next Offensive Coordinator gig.
 
2013-12-11 12:06:25 PM
Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.
 
2013-12-11 12:07:11 PM
Shanahan got a (well-deserved) mountain of shiat for playing RG3 through injury. Not repeating the error is to be commended.
 
2013-12-11 12:18:17 PM
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2013-12-11 01:30:50 PM
Doesn't matter, seems Shanny and Dan want to accomplish the empty arena record.
 
2013-12-11 01:41:49 PM

eddievercetti: Doesn't matter, seems Shanny and Dan want to accomplish the empty arena record.


Hey I was there on Sunday for the entire Miserable game (partly cause my son is a KC fan and partly because the 200 level seats under the overhand weren't too bad in the freezing rain.)  and I can state taht the stadium was NOT empty.  There were TONS of KC fans there.  Enough to drown out the PA system with their tomahawk chop chant at times....

Now the fact that I paid $70 for a pair of tickets that had a $150 face value, and If I had waited a few more days could have gotten 100 level seats ($250 face), AND "Ultimate fan Zone" passes (an all you can eat BBQ and meet and greet with the players and cheerleaders before the game)  ($50 face but only offered to season ticket holders of premium seats) AND a parking pass ($30-70 depending on where you park) for $90 total, and the Standing Room Only Tickets in the "Party deck" were being burnt off for less than $10 ea by the professional scalpers?   That's a concern for Danny that all the $9.50 Bud Light he was selling can't fix
 
2013-12-11 01:45:50 PM
Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,
 
2013-12-11 01:46:10 PM

Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.


Honestly I think the Shanahan Experience wants to take the job in Houston (warmer for Shanahan  per and as Shanahan  filswas Kubiak's assistant OC  the cries of nepotism won;t be so loud)   but he really wants Danny to fire him, so he can collect the outstanding $7mil on his contract.

Watching the game Sunday live, I think the players made it EPICALLY clear they have a strong preference that Shanahan not return next season (and all the BS about them not liking Griffin and liking Cousins better should be put to rest by what happened after Cousins started in the 4th Quarter)
 
2013-12-11 01:49:59 PM

SilentStrider: Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,


static2.businessinsider.com

"That's what you think, buddy!"
 
2013-12-11 01:52:48 PM

Magorn: eddievercetti: Doesn't matter, seems Shanny and Dan want to accomplish the empty arena record.

Hey I was there on Sunday for the entire Miserable game (partly cause my son is a KC fan and partly because the 200 level seats under the overhand weren't too bad in the freezing rain.)  and I can state taht the stadium was NOT empty.  There were TONS of KC fans there.  Enough to drown out the PA system with their tomahawk chop chant at times....

Now the fact that I paid $70 for a pair of tickets that had a $150 face value, and If I had waited a few more days could have gotten 100 level seats ($250 face), AND "Ultimate fan Zone" passes (an all you can eat BBQ and meet and greet with the players and cheerleaders before the game)  ($50 face but only offered to season ticket holders of premium seats) AND a parking pass ($30-70 depending on where you park) for $90 total, and the Standing Room Only Tickets in the "Party deck" were being burnt off for less than $10 ea by the professional scalpers?   That's a concern for Danny that all the $9.50 Bud Light he was selling can't fix


You still gave Dan Snyder $140+.
 
2013-12-11 01:52:57 PM

BKITU: SilentStrider: Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,

[static2.businessinsider.com image 610x425]

"That's what you think, buddy!"


That's the difference between simply being fired and being "fired for cause" under the contract. Al Davis tried to argue he fired Lane Kiffin "for cause", so that he wouldn't have to pay him. In retrospect, it turns out that perhaps just being the sniveling little shiat that Lane Kiffin is should be enough reasons to fire him "for cause."
 
2013-12-11 01:57:13 PM

Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.


Last year, needed to win out to make playoffs.   This year, couldn't make playoffs if the rest of the teams in the league can no longer play.

Big difference in how any coach treats his starting QB.


That being said, RG3 is about as small a percentage of the problem here as possible.  Kyle Shanahan couldn't game plan his way against a 5 year old in Chutes n ladders, the O-line can't pass block girl scouts, the team led (might even still lead) in dropped passes, and the defense couldn't tackle a 90 year old with palsy.

You couldn't put Manning or Brady behind center here and hope to get any performance.  But yeah RG3 needs to do some growing up in the NFL.  He doesn't throw the ball away enough, he forces some passes on the run that he shouldn't, and he takes too long to make reads on many occasions.  I don't know if the injury has gotten to his head, or if its just a part of learning to become more of a pocket type passer and he just needs time that he didn't get in the offseason to work on.    But the media putting the blame at his feet is WAY over blown.
 
2013-12-11 02:00:31 PM

Nabb1: BKITU: SilentStrider: Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,

[static2.businessinsider.com image 610x425]

"That's what you think, buddy!"

That's the difference between simply being fired and being "fired for cause" under the contract. Al Davis tried to argue he fired Lane Kiffin "for cause", so that he wouldn't have to pay him. In retrospect, it turns out that perhaps just being the sniveling little shiat that Lane Kiffin is should be enough reasons to fire him "for cause."


Maybe, but Undead Al pulled the exact same stunt on Shanaham himself back in '89. I wonder what $250k, plus interest and penalties for 24 years, would be now.
 
2013-12-11 02:02:49 PM

DoBeDoBeDo: Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.

Last year, needed to win out to make playoffs.   This year, couldn't make playoffs if the rest of the teams in the league can no longer play.

Big difference in how any coach treats his starting QB.


That being said, RG3 is about as small a percentage of the problem here as possible.  Kyle Shanahan couldn't game plan his way against a 5 year old in Chutes n ladders, the O-line can't pass block girl scouts, the team led (might even still lead) in dropped passes, and the defense couldn't tackle a 90 year old with palsy.

You couldn't put Manning or Brady behind center here and hope to get any performance.  But yeah RG3 needs to do some growing up in the NFL.  He doesn't throw the ball away enough, he forces some passes on the run that he shouldn't, and he takes too long to make reads on many occasions.  I don't know if the injury has gotten to his head, or if its just a part of learning to become more of a pocket type passer and he just needs time that he didn't get in the offseason to work on.    But the media putting the blame at his feet is WAY over blown.


Not saying you're wrong at all, but it does seem like RGIII was very good at "selling" play-action last year, this year not so much
 
2013-12-11 02:04:55 PM

Magorn: Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.

Honestly I think the Shanahan Experience wants to take the job in Houston (warmer for Shanahan  per and as Shanahan  filswas Kubiak's assistant OC  the cries of nepotism won;t be so loud)   but he really wants Danny to fire him, so he can collect the outstanding $7mil on his contract.

Watching the game Sunday live, I think the players made it EPICALLY clear they have a strong preference that Shanahan not return next season (and all the BS about them not liking Griffin and liking Cousins better should be put to rest by what happened after Cousins started in the 4th Quarter)


Shanahan in Houston? Not sure if want
 
2013-12-11 02:06:32 PM

DoBeDoBeDo: Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.

Last year, needed to win out to make playoffs.   This year, couldn't make playoffs if the rest of the teams in the league can no longer play.

Big difference in how any coach treats his starting QB.


That being said, RG3 is about as small a percentage of the problem here as possible.  Kyle Shanahan couldn't game plan his way against a 5 year old in Chutes n ladders, the O-line can't pass block girl scouts, the team led (might even still lead) in dropped passes, and the defense couldn't tackle a 90 year old with palsy.

You couldn't put Manning or Brady behind center here and hope to get any performance.  But yeah RG3 needs to do some growing up in the NFL.  He doesn't throw the ball away enough, he forces some passes on the run that he shouldn't, and he takes too long to make reads on many occasions.  I don't know if the injury has gotten to his head, or if its just a part of learning to become more of a pocket type passer and he just needs time that he didn't get in the offseason to work on.    But the media putting the blame at his feet is WAY over blown.


I think you are right, but I think it was pretty clear to most people last year that the Redskins were not a team primed for a deep playoff run and their rookie QB was already hanging by a thread. And if not before the game, RGIII was taking a beating during the game. That said, I think the kid needs some reps and won't be getting them now that he's on the bench because the coach and the owner are having a snit.
 
2013-12-11 02:07:20 PM
Five backup QB's in a row for the Cowboys to end the season.

Go Cowboys!
 
2013-12-11 02:08:27 PM

foo monkey: Magorn: eddievercetti: Doesn't matter, seems Shanny and Dan want to accomplish the empty arena record.

Hey I was there on Sunday for the entire Miserable game (partly cause my son is a KC fan and partly because the 200 level seats under the overhand weren't too bad in the freezing rain.)  and I can state taht the stadium was NOT empty.  There were TONS of KC fans there.  Enough to drown out the PA system with their tomahawk chop chant at times....

Now the fact that I paid $70 for a pair of tickets that had a $150 face value, and If I had waited a few more days could have gotten 100 level seats ($250 face), AND "Ultimate fan Zone" passes (an all you can eat BBQ and meet and greet with the players and cheerleaders before the game)  ($50 face but only offered to season ticket holders of premium seats) AND a parking pass ($30-70 depending on where you park) for $90 total, and the Standing Room Only Tickets in the "Party deck" were being burnt off for less than $10 ea by the professional scalpers?   That's a concern for Danny that all the $9.50 Bud Light he was selling can't fix

You still gave Dan Snyder $140+.


No $70 TOTAL for BOTH tickets, and I didn't give it to Danny but the Guy on Craigslist who'd already paid full face for the Season tickets.  Total to Danny was one "bottomless" $10 cup o soda  and a $4 pretzel, cause even my son who was pretty chilled thought $6 for a single cup of hot Chocolate was outrageous.

My one regret is I wore My Lavar Arrington Jersey to the stadium,  when I should have really worn my Albert Haynesworth one (Leesburg used to have a Redskins store outlet in our outlet mall and jerseys of folks who's just been cut from the team were often sold off at steep discounts....in AH's case the Jersey was $5  and his number was the same as my Son's HS football Jersey so I bought it)  to make a statement about how badly run this franchise is
 
2013-12-11 02:10:59 PM

Slow To Return: Five backup QB's in a row for the Cowboys to end the season.

Go Cowboys!


High five!
 
2013-12-11 02:12:29 PM
This is how the Cardinals may very well win their last few games. Seattle and San Francisco may be resting their major player for the playoffs.

The Cardinals always finish strong.
 
2013-12-11 02:12:42 PM
The Vikings should sit Peterson for the rest of the year and the Bucs should sit Glennon, David, Goldson, Jackson and Revis.
 
2013-12-11 02:14:04 PM
GRCooper:

Not saying you're wrong at all, but it does seem like RGIII was very good at "selling" play-action last year, this year not so much

Well yeah, he was a MUCH bigger threat to run last year.   Which is why I say he needs to up the "pocket passing" game and learn to hit his reads.   Honestly with Morris and Helu we don't NEED the designed runs (though they are nice and used sparingly can keep the defense on their toes) and he still has the ability to extend plays though he's quick to pull the ball and run when he should roll out and reset and look for a pass.   It's a learning process on changing from the 100% read option attack to a more traditional game plan.

I think he has the talent and work ethic to pull it off, he just needs to get his head right because I think that injury is messing with him.
 
2013-12-11 02:15:09 PM

Slow To Return: Five backup QB's in a row for the Cowboys to end the season.

Go Cowboys!


They got torched by a back-up on Sunday.

/Serves you right, Monte, for siring that hellspawn Lane.
 
2013-12-11 02:20:15 PM

Slow To Return: Five backup QB's in a row for the Cowboys to end the season.

Go Cowboys!


That worked well last week...

HaywoodJablonski: Magorn: Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.

Honestly I think the Shanahan Experience wants to take the job in Houston (warmer for Shanahan  per and as Shanahan  filswas Kubiak's assistant OC  the cries of nepotism won;t be so loud)   but he really wants Danny to fire him, so he can collect the outstanding $7mil on his contract.

Watching the game Sunday live, I think the players made it EPICALLY clear they have a strong preference that Shanahan not return next season (and all the BS about them not liking Griffin and liking Cousins better should be put to rest by what happened after Cousins started in the 4th Quarter)

Shanahan in Houston? Not sure if want


its happening, book it, done
 
2013-12-11 02:20:49 PM
He was throwing the ball like R2-D2.
 
2013-12-11 02:21:41 PM

GRCooper: DoBeDoBeDo: Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.

Last year, needed to win out to make playoffs.   This year, couldn't make playoffs if the rest of the teams in the league can no longer play.

Big difference in how any coach treats his starting QB.


That being said, RG3 is about as small a percentage of the problem here as possible.  Kyle Shanahan couldn't game plan his way against a 5 year old in Chutes n ladders, the O-line can't pass block girl scouts, the team led (might even still lead) in dropped passes, and the defense couldn't tackle a 90 year old with palsy.

You couldn't put Manning or Brady behind center here and hope to get any performance.  But yeah RG3 needs to do some growing up in the NFL.  He doesn't throw the ball away enough, he forces some passes on the run that he shouldn't, and he takes too long to make reads on many occasions.  I don't know if the injury has gotten to his head, or if its just a part of learning to become more of a pocket type passer and he just needs time that he didn't get in the offseason to work on.    But the media putting the blame at his feet is WAY over blown.

Not saying you're wrong at all, but it does seem like RGIII was very good at "selling" play-action last year, this year not so much


He was a MUCH bigger run threat last year and everyone knew it.  So the Defender didn't have the conventional "play the run/play the pass " choice to make but had to think "Do I play the run, drop back into coverage to defend the pass OR stay home in case this kid takes off"?  It was that extra decision-making, and the time it took that made the 'Skins so successful last year.  Hell that brilliant Thanksgiving Day game against Dallas last year?  They didn't even bother to block Demarcus Ware, at all, on most downs.   And so he would burst into the backfield and hear the dinner bell ringing, and then realize that it had been just too easy to get there, try to figure out how he was being set up, and hesitate, just for a split second or so.  But because of that his momentum was lost, and by the time he made a decision Morris was into the secondary, Griffin was targeting his receiver on the slant, or, he's already taken off.

Now take away the three options and return it to the conventional two, and Defensive players know what to do to adjust, (as you could see teams do in the games Cousins started last year  where his bootlegs were effect but his PA was not, nor was the overall running game).  Add to that giving the rest fo the league a year to adapt to the Read option generally, and you get more or less what happened to the skins this year.
 
2013-12-11 02:26:03 PM

DoBeDoBeDo: GRCooper:

Not saying you're wrong at all, but it does seem like RGIII was very good at "selling" play-action last year, this year not so much

Well yeah, he was a MUCH bigger threat to run last year.   Which is why I say he needs to up the "pocket passing" game and learn to hit his reads.   Honestly with Morris and Helu we don't NEED the designed runs (though they are nice and used sparingly can keep the defense on their toes) and he still has the ability to extend plays though he's quick to pull the ball and run when he should roll out and reset and look for a pass.   It's a learning process on changing from the 100% read option attack to a more traditional game plan.

I think he has the talent and work ethic to pull it off, he just needs to get his head right because I think that injury is messing with him.


Good points. Agreed
 
2013-12-11 02:26:24 PM
Giants should bench Eli.  Or deck Gilbride.  Or both.
 
2013-12-11 02:31:30 PM

Shame Us: The Vikings should sit Peterson for the rest of the year and the Bucs should sit Glennon, David, Goldson, Jackson and Revis.


If the Bears lose one more they should start Cutler.
 
2013-12-11 02:33:28 PM

Saiga410: Shame Us: The Vikings should sit Peterson for the rest of the year and the Bucs should sit Glennon, David, Goldson, Jackson and Revis.

If the Bears lose one more they should start Cutler.


But sit the o-line.
 
2013-12-11 02:34:48 PM
And if the Skins win against the Falcons then we will have the "Cousins is the superior QB and should be the starter next year" crap instead of the actual story-line of "One crappy team beats an even crappier team" just like when the Skins beat the Browns last year with Kirk.

/Maybe a Kirk+pick trade could get us back into the first round.
//They should draft Kelvin Benjamin
///He is -273ocooler than any other receiver in the draft
 
2013-12-11 02:35:16 PM
Wait, so NOW Shanahan is interested in protecting RGIII. Not last year after Ngata blasted his legs out.
Not in the playoffs when he was obviously hobbled and running on a horrible field.
Not at the beginning of the season where he just barely came off of rehab and obviously wasn't 100% with his knee.
Not in this last game vs. the Chiefs when they were already out of the playoffs and playing one of the best defenses in the league.

NOW is the proper time to bench Robert because he's concerned about his health.

Sure.

Yeah right.

Okay.
 
2013-12-11 02:35:30 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: This is how the Cardinals may very well win their last few games. Seattle and San Francisco may be resting their major player for the playoffs.

The Cardinals always finish strong.


As long as the 1 seed is still up in the air, Carroll won't sit anyone. Barring a NOLA loss, I don't think it'll be decided before week 16 or 17.
 
2013-12-11 02:36:36 PM
The Falcons should sit White, Ryan, Jackson, Weatherspoon and Gonzo.
 
2013-12-11 02:39:55 PM

Shame Us: TheShavingofOccam123: This is how the Cardinals may very well win their last few games. Seattle and San Francisco may be resting their major player for the playoffs.

The Cardinals always finish strong.

As long as the 1 seed is still up in the air, Carroll won't sit anyone. Barring a NOLA loss, I don't think it'll be decided before week 16 or 17.


It's a home game for Seattle, they haven't lost one of those in forever and aren't going to rest people if it's at risk.
 
2013-12-11 02:43:01 PM
This problem could be solved with Dan Snyder getting a near fatal beating from his shareholders.
 
2013-12-11 02:44:19 PM

rjakobi: This problem could be solved with Dan Snyder getting a near fatal beating from his shareholders.


Shareholders?  I don't think Dan Snyder can hit himself that hard.
 
2013-12-11 02:48:15 PM

Piizzadude: Slow To Return: Five backup QB's in a row for the Cowboys to end the season.

Go Cowboys!

That worked well last week...

HaywoodJablonski: Magorn: Nabb1: Last year, RGIII is injured, so Shanahan starts him. This year, RGIII is healthy, so Shanahan benches him. Makes sense.

/Okay, that O-line is so hazardous to his health they should bear a warning label.

Honestly I think the Shanahan Experience wants to take the job in Houston (warmer for Shanahan  per and as Shanahan  filswas Kubiak's assistant OC  the cries of nepotism won;t be so loud)   but he really wants Danny to fire him, so he can collect the outstanding $7mil on his contract.

Watching the game Sunday live, I think the players made it EPICALLY clear they have a strong preference that Shanahan not return next season (and all the BS about them not liking Griffin and liking Cousins better should be put to rest by what happened after Cousins started in the 4th Quarter)

Shanahan in Houston? Not sure if want

its happening, book it, done


:(
 
2013-12-11 02:50:08 PM

balki1867: rjakobi: This problem could be solved with Dan Snyder getting a near fatal beating from his shareholders.

Shareholders?  I don't think Dan Snyder can hit himself that hard.


What if we got Danny Heatley to drive him?

/hell, window seat please.
 
2013-12-11 02:50:57 PM

balki1867: rjakobi: This problem could be solved with Dan Snyder getting a near fatal beating from his shareholders.

Shareholders?  I don't think Dan Snyder can hit himself that hard.


Does he have a big brother?

/stop hitting yourself!
//big brother
 
2013-12-11 02:58:15 PM

Harv72b: I'm gonna go with C) Shanahan wants to know if Cousins is worth signing at his next Offensive Coordinator gig.


^This.
 
2013-12-11 02:59:55 PM

Magorn: Now the fact that I paid $70 for a pair of tickets that had a $150 face value, and If I had waited a few more days could have gotten 100 level seats ($250 face), AND "Ultimate fan Zone" passes (an all you can eat BBQ and meet and greet with the players and cheerleaders before the game)  ($50 face but only offered to season ticket holders of premium seats) AND a parking pass ($30-70 depending on where you park) for $90 total, and the Standing Room Only Tickets in the "Party deck" were being burnt off for less than $10 ea by the professional scalpers?   That's a concern for Danny that all the $9.50 Bud Light he was selling can't fix



ftrsports.com
 
2013-12-11 03:00:52 PM
I think defenses really adjusted to the read option as well.  Kaepernick is having the same kind of slump.
 
2013-12-11 03:01:14 PM

SilentStrider: Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,


But if another teams hires Shanahan to coach don't they have to pick up the final year of his contract?  I was under the impression to get the final pay you have to sit out the remaining years left on your contract.
 
2013-12-11 03:03:13 PM

czetie: Harv72b: I'm gonna go with C) Shanahan wants to know if Cousins is worth signing at his next Offensive Coordinator gig.

^This.


Shanahanigans rode a couple of all-time great QBs to Superb Owls as an OC and HC some mope with more money than sense will pay him and his little son too.
 
2013-12-11 03:05:35 PM

Waldo Pepper: SilentStrider: Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,

But if another teams hires Shanahan to coach don't they have to pick up the final year of his contract?  I was under the impression to get the final pay you have to sit out the remaining years left on your contract.


If I remember correctly they still have to pay him the difference so if he signs for $2 mil the Snyde would be on the hook for 5 mil.
 
2013-12-11 03:06:16 PM

Waldo Pepper: SilentStrider: Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,

But if another teams hires Shanahan to coach don't they have to pick up the final year of his contract?  I was under the impression to get the final pay you have to sit out the remaining years left on your contract.


I'm sure ESPN would be stupid enough to give him a nice warm seat in the studio for a year.
 
2013-12-11 03:07:07 PM

elguerodiablo: czetie: Harv72b: I'm gonna go with C) Shanahan wants to know if Cousins is worth signing at his next Offensive Coordinator gig.

^This.

Shanahanigans rode a couple of all-time great QBs to Superb Owls as an OC and HC some mope with more money than sense will pay him and his little son too.


One just hopes it's that Jerry Jones fella.
 
2013-12-11 03:07:19 PM

czetie: Waldo Pepper: SilentStrider: Shanahan is trying to get fired instead of just quitting. If he's fired, he gets the remaining money on his contract. If he quits, he gets nothing,

But if another teams hires Shanahan to coach don't they have to pick up the final year of his contract?  I was under the impression to get the final pay you have to sit out the remaining years left on your contract.

I'm sure ESPN would be stupid enough to give him a nice warm seat in the studio for a year.


The man has no on camera personality.
 
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