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    Mike vs Marvin

    Would you take Marvin as GM if it meant no more Mike as GM?

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    Where does that leave Tobin?

    Marvin has his hands all over a decade and a half of this organization. Hes had enough to get the job done and hasn't. They need a clean break even if Marvin running the show is perceptively better than Mike Brown.

    Dump Marvin and let this ship sink fast to the bottom (with MB "in charge") where hopefully some fundamental changes can take place at the point of 10k attendees per week.

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    I think MB does very little now. The exception is the Head Coach

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    Reading this article is depressing.*

    The Bengals argument to keep Marvin is an easy one. Rinse and repeat.*
    1. Injuries
    2. There isn't a better candidate out there.*
    https://www.si.com/nfl/2018/12/27/nf...olphins-ravens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengalbro View Post
    Reading this article is depressing.*

    The Bengals argument to keep Marvin is an easy one. Rinse and repeat.*
    1. Injuries
    2. There isn't a better candidate out there.*
    https://www.si.com/nfl/2018/12/27/nf...olphins-ravens

    I don’t know. I think this is the time in the game where you don’t want an established name. I feel like the college guys have a better feel for the modern game, and now is the time to start looking to them despite results of the past.

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    I genuinely hate them both. Truly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mongo View Post
    I don’t know. I think this is the time in the game where you don’t want an established name. I feel like the college guys have a better feel for the modern game, and now is the time to start looking to them despite results of the past.
    I agree.

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