i was wanting to tank last year after luck got hurt, but i dont feel that way now
we could be good again if we end up in the middle of the rounds, a top 5 pick isnt that important
they have to stop missing on picks though, it should be the best defender on the board in the first round or two.
To me, the deficiencies with this team were so obvious it couldnt be done in one offseason. It just couldnt.
I have to believe that if our owner is ever going to put together a SB winning organization, he knew that when he offered the extensions. Assuming all that, you dont give an HC and GM a 4 year extension knowing theres a high probability they arent sniffing the SB this year, and then fire them when they dont.
So i mean, if their job hinges on making the playoffs, then Irsay shouldve just been smart enough to cut ties this past offseason. And if he wasnt, we are just throwing away 2016. Because, * it, continuity.
So to me, these guys are getting minimum 2 years and the real potential of getting fired depends on the 2017 season. Thats why i say no one should be surprised if they're brought back.
That may be true where you live.... but I don't think that's true in most states.
I live in Liberal California, and most bosses can fire an employee for any reason, or no reason.
I think the exceptions are unions, where an employee has some protection, or if you have a contract that states you get severance if you're let go.
But, as my lawyer has explained, an employee can be fired because the boss doesn't like the socks you're wearing......
Hey, go figure?
Inferior laws? No matter, they still apply.
Speaking of the constitution, even those who are debating and presenting issues at the state house and senate have rules and guide lines on how to conduct yourself while addressing the assemble.