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Old 23.11.2009, 11:35 PM
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Quote of the week for me.

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Coach Eric Mangini believes that Brady Quinn and the boys were so unstoppable that the Lions may have faked injuries to slow down Cleveland's surprise no huddle attack.

"There were multiple, multiple, multiple injuries throughout our no-huddle process," Mangini said on Sunday.

Mangini brought the issue up again Monday. When pressed if he was really accusing of his friend Jim Schwartz of having his players fake injuries, Manigni said, "I'm just saying there were a lot of them."

On Sunday, Mangini noted that all of Detroit's players came back after they were hurt. "There was no penalty,'' said Mangini. "Maybe all of those guys were legitimately injured. I haven't talked to [Schwartz] about it."
Funny that he used a word which already implies something happening on more than one instance, multiple times. Or should that be multiple, multiple, multiple times.

Funnier still that he's not blaming poor coaching for blowing a 21 point lead.
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The legend of Mangenius grows by the day.

If it wasnt for Tom Cable , this guy would be considered the new " Lombardi Fontes"

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Old 23.11.2009, 11:54 PM
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How this guy has a job is beyond me.
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lol if that is true then that doesn't shock me one little bit, the bloke is a halfwit and thats being kind.

That blokes still living off that 1 ok season he had with the jets

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Old 24.11.2009, 08:35 AM
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There was a lot of injuries for the Lions... And he called a time-out to let one of them back on!

Mangenius. I salute thee.
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Old 24.11.2009, 01:46 PM
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Quote of the week for me.



Funny that he used a word which already implies something happening on more than one instance, multiple times. Or should that be multiple, multiple, multiple times.

Funnier still that he's not blaming poor coaching for blowing a 21 point lead.
He doesn't know nothing!
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lol if that is true then that doesn't shock me one little bit, the bloke is a halfwit and thats being kind.

That blokes still living off that 1 ok season he had with the jets
I suppose the 3 Superbowl Rings he has doesn't have anything to do with that?

still a worm though
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I suppose the 3 Superbowl Rings he has doesn't have anything to do with that?

still a worm though
Obviously everyone is taking about his time as a headcoach. With the Jets he had a season and a half and since then has been dire.

Think Mangini is another former Pats assistant coach who should stay an assistant rather than Headcoach. Same for Romeo Crennel, great co ordinator, dire HC
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There was a lot of injuries for the Lions... And he called a time-out to let one of them back on!
Mangenius. I salute thee.
LOL He had to call a timeout to get the right personel on after the ******** pen was called, the ball was put on 1 yard line and we had to respect the threat of run/QB sneak. Yes the guy is an idiot but cant blame him on this one, would have been a bigger idiot for not getting the right guys in
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Mangini needs to go back to position coaching, he's not HC material, and he wasn't a great DC (Belichick relieved him of the duties mid-way through the 2005 season).

He's a cracking DB coach though.
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