Bruce Arians

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  1. Paso Fino

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    Seeing Arians and Todd Bowles certainly brings back memories. Its hard to see him with his mask and head piece. He surely has plenty of communications gear both front and back. It looks like he hasn't lost weight.

    It seems incredible that Arians and Bowles would be together with another team featuring Tom Brady as the QB. I like it. Particularly since the Cardinals situation now is rather depressing with another wasted year probably ahead.
     
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    It's hard for me to decide whom to cheer for in the NFC Championship game. I'm a huge Arians fan, but Tom Brady is execrable in basically every way.

    On the other hand, I'm a huge Aaron Rodgers fan, but Packers shareholders and fans can eat a bag of dinks.
     
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    Really?
    He looks like a very good dude
     
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    Easy one for me. I'll be rooting for the pack.
    Don't want to see Arians or Brady in another superbowl.
    I do miss Todd Bowles. I just love how his defenses fly to the ball. Just makes me realize even more how bad our Vance Joseph defense is.
     
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    Bowles makes Vance look like Div 2 defensive coordinator
     
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    he is people are just jealous of him and hate that he ALWAYS wins....
     
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    I too have no desire to see Arians win a SB rooting for Buffao big time...
     
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    I just want to see a great game. Haven’t had one classic NFL playoff game in the first two weekends.
     
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    My thought has always been that Bruce Arians came to the Cards and Andy Reid went to the Chiefs at the same time,Reid’s still with the Chiefs,Arians said nahhh I’m retiring.....and ditched the Cards....then as soon as the smoke cleared ran lickity spilt to the Bucs..
    Here’s hoping the Pack hands him his Hat. Lol
     
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    Trump guy.
    Kisses his tween son on the mouth.
    Pushes fake science on his teammates.
    Why does he have more hair now than he did 5 years ago...?

    I'm extremely ready for Tom Brady to fork off forever, although that's tempered by the fact that I would love to have Bruce Arians give a DGAF presser after winning the freaking Super Bowl.

    Also, screw Antonio Brown.
     
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    So true. Arians brought something wonderful to the Cards and I’m bummed that he and it are gone (even though his final two seasons here were very frustrating). And now yes, the current situation with the Big Red is very depressing.
     
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    I'm probably one of the few Brady fans out there. It's pretty incredible watching his level of greatness - the kind we may not see ever again. Certainly not in many of our lifetimes, at the very least. I also don't blame Arians for needing some time away from the sport, or whatever else happened here.

    That said, I respect all of the teams currently in the hunt. I'd say I'm probably the least interested in watching the Chiefs win again.
     
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    1)Lol, u guys claim the willing to solve the racials inequality and in other hand are still judging/hating human being for a different political orientation , clearly this mindset isn't part of the solution
    2)Agree, but why if the mother does it s perceived differently
    3)Whatever he pushes, his teammates loved to play for him getting trophies and lucrative contracts, linemen should owe him something
    4) hair? Better treatments, money helps, and it didn't look like it was a concern for him at all
    However its Irrilevant or u should dislike all the men who care about their look, so like billions
     
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    Not interested in seeing the chiefs do it again......
    May never see Brady’s level of greatness again.....

    dude, if Patrick mahomes has a twenty year career he is likely to surpass Brady in every way

    so why wouldn’t you want to watch the early stages of that?
     
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    That's a pretty wild claim. If Mahomes has a 20 year career, he's got eight more Super Bowl appearances to go, and needs to win six more. He doesn't have the team friendly contract that Brady did, and Andy Reid probably isn't coaching until he's 80.

    And I mean, that's with Brady missing a full year due to injury. It's unprecedented. It's also imagining Mahomes plays the second longest of any full-time starting QB. Tom is the greatest of all time, there's not a single doubt.

    Mahomes, like most QBs, will be lucky to win multiple Super Bowls. It's just how these things work out. He's not always going to be throwing to a prime Hill and Kelce.
     
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