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Kravitz On The Firing Of The Polians


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Meh.

I expect the local guys to trumpet this as the "right decision" a lot for the next couple years, if only because they wanted to see it happen so badly. I don't know that it was the right decision, although I think it probably was. Irsay knows a lot better than I do the environment in the front office.

But it's hard to take these guys seriously when they have an obvious axe to grind. It's plain as day in Kravitz's article here, even before you get to the "rats who tell lies" part.

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kravitz has no knowledge of football at all, totally , completly, none!! he is a joke when it comes to posts" i am not sure any even reads the star anymore

He is essentially a tabloid writer. I think that he usually presents correct facts, but his interpretation of them is usually sensational.

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