Caserio is Interviewing in Miami

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    ^^^Only people with a VERY SMALL brain believe that people leave this organization due to lack of power within their given role.

    Pepper Johnson currently is going nowhere.  Scar retired.  Godsey got a bump in pay and went to work for someon he knows in O'Brien.

    Jason Licht left here 2 years ago to interview for the Bears gig and the moron McCaskeys just hired a GM who just paid Cutler the most ridiculous deal in years.

    Christ, Licht might trade us Revis.  Dimitrioff/Pioli might flip us Roddy White.

    If BB is so bad as a GM, why does he have  proteges all over this league?

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    Caught again, Pezzy!  Caught again!

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    Caught what?  Exposing the GM

    Sure looks like a whole lot of people jumping ship to me and the captain's going down.

    Protege or the ones smart enough to grab a life boat?

    Oh, and now you want REVIS???????????  OMG LOL LMAO@U.  Stop!  I can't breathe!!!

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    Are you dumb? It's an example for effect. It's to show BB has colleagues all over.  

    No, I don't know a primdonna, overrated, old, one legged, whiny, 13 mil per CB who will handicap the Bucanneers for years.

    Licht will need 3 good drafts and 3 years to get them back in the saddle. Book it.

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    Oh, what a perfect example.  Priceless!

    Who did Pioli flip us again?  

    Here's a hint:  These guys have a job to do and that job is to BEAT BB when they play, not give him players because they're best buds or Brothers.

    You have to be the most illogical person on the planet.  New Borns are smarter.
    Caught AGAIN, Crusto.  Caught AGAIN!

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    That has nothing to do with it, plus it's easier to make trades out of conference. Duh.

    Pioli himself said you have to have a trust factor when making trades with the guy across the table.

    You clearly have zero business acumen, Mr. Mom. lmao

    Here's a HINT: A deal is there to be made by smart people across the table if a deal is there to be made.

    Stick to folding laundry or whatever it is you do. bahwaha

    abwhahah

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    So who was the trust factor trade Pioli made?
    Don't they play teams out of conference, like in play-offs and the rotation, donkey dung?

    Give it up!  They're jumping ship,  The fact that Pepper didn't have a job, speaks volumes.

    It's called. " lemme the fck out of here"

     

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    Pepper was let go.   He was not re-upped. Do you seem him with a job right now, dummy?

    He's also never been approached to be a DC.   

    Scarnecchia wanted to retire 2 years ago.   His loyalty and BB needing to find someone hopefully somewhere remotely near Scar was why he waited.

    This is "jumping ship"??

    The Browns just upped their offer to McDaniels and McDaniels rejected them again, so you're wrong again. 

    LOL!

    Do you enjoy showcasing your stupidity? Are you unglued because the Exec of the Year is being wined and dined by desperate Miami as Brady selfishly bows out of the Pro Bowl again and lays on a beach on Costa Rica yet again after a crap AFC Title performance?

    Kinda scary that Brady needs HOF WRs and TEs to justify his greatness huh?

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    Kinda scary that you don't think a QB needs receivers and a DEFENSE to compete.

    What would PayPay, Flacco, Eli, Brees and Rogers, do?

    BB the GM sucks.  I'm not even going Mediocre, i"m sticking with SUCKS.

    This has to be his worst year ever, rivaling 06.

    1, blows up the #1 offense.  How's that work out genius?

    2, FA SUCKED! It netted a punter and a part time RB.

    3,  Having to play 13 Rookies?  It's not a good thing when rookies are your starters.

    What happened to the second and third year players and FA's (you know the depth) that they replaced?  Oh, they're on their coach collecting pay from their 3 and 4 year contracts.

    That's some wicked nice unemployment pay!!!!  Something you'll never see.

    Lots of dead money and the cycle continues.  Trash replacing trash only to be replaced by more trash that will be replaced this year and the next and the next. Until he's gone!

    4, Not listening to his scouts AGAIN!  When, oh when, will it end?

    5, pizz poor DEFENSE Again!

    He's not on any GMOTY's list but yours.  Slurp, Slurp.

    Thank you TOM BRADY!

     

     
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         Could anyone have found a worse photo of Caserio than this one: nick_caserio_card 

     

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    LMAO!

     

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    That was taken immediately following the tavon Wilson pick...

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    Lol! Priceless.

     
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    How did he blow up the #1 offense?  Gronk got hurt again, Hernandez morphed into Whitey Bulger and Edelman easily replaced Welker.

    In fact, NE's run game was better this year than last, so you're wrong.

    BBs GM work with Caserio was brilliant. Outside of replacing All Pros like Gronk, Wilfork or Mayo, he had an answer for every postion with depth.

    This is nowhere near like 2006, where there was no definitive #1 or #2 WR with Reche Caldwell as the best option.

    Also, NE's run game in 2013 blew away 2006s with a rookie in Maroney and Dillon on one foot.

    Brady simply blows and has sucked in postseasons overall since 2007.  He was nowhere near the reason who we even got to SB 42 or SB 46!  Think about that! LOL!

    Brady was helped into each SB and still couldn't pitch in by playing well and scoring more than 14 or 17 points.

    Last year, 13 points. This year? 16. Ain't cutting it!  Ain't cutting it!  He's had All World weaponry, HOFers, solid balance like this year with a top rushing attack and he still won't play well.

    2007! That's a long time to blow and choke down two SBs because you wanted put up fireworks on national tv at the expense of winning the actual game.

     

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    In you dreams of BB, fool.

    Hey, what's the common theme is all those low score games?

    Low amount of possessions causes low amounts of plays causes low amount of points.

    Who caused the low possessions?

    BB and his beyond pathetic DEFENSE, That's who

    How do you have a pathetic DEFENSE for years?

    Bad draft picks, bad FA's, Rookies carrying your team, and so much dead money that you can't pay talent.

    As apposed to good draft picks, good FA's, low reliance on rookies, and low dead (as a result of good picks) money to pay talent.

    That's how!

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    How are you guys posting photos?  The "insert photo" button no longer works for me and I've never been able to copy and paste photos in. 

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    How did he blow up the #1 offense?  Gronk got hurt again, Hernandez morphed into Whitey Bulger and Edelman easily replaced Welker.

    In fact, NE's run game was better this year than last, so you're wrong.

    BBs GM work with Caserio was brilliant. Outside of replacing All Pros like Gronk, Wilfork or Mayo, he had an answer for every postion with depth.

    This is nowhere near like 2006, where there was no definitive #1 or #2 WR with Reche Caldwell as the best option.

    Also, NE's run game in 2013 blew away 2006s with a rookie in Maroney and Dillon on one foot.

    Brady simply blows and has sucked in postseasons overall since 2007.  He was nowhere near the reason who we even got to SB 42 or SB 46!  Think about that! LOL!

    Brady was helped into each SB and still couldn't pitch in by playing well and scoring more than 14 or 17 points.

    Last year, 13 points. This year? 16. Ain't cutting it!  Ain't cutting it!  He's had All World weaponry, HOFers, solid balance like this year with a top rushing attack and he still won't play well.

    2007! That's a long time to blow and choke down two SBs because you wanted put up fireworks on national tv at the expense of winning the actual game.

     

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    Yeah, I got one:

    When was the last time you got laid?  LOL!

    Your anger is a delight for all to see, especially knowing Brady has been a no show in these games.

    Enjoy!

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    34-17 pats going away. Yes or no?

     

    honestly....no one cares what you say. Your a fraudulent child. We all now know it.

     
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    How did he blow up the #1 offense?  Gronk got hurt again, Hernandez morphed into Whitey Bulger and Edelman easily replaced Welker.

    In fact, NE's run game was better this year than last, so you're wrong.

    BBs GM work with Caserio was brilliant. Outside of replacing All Pros like Gronk, Wilfork or Mayo, he had an answer for every postion with depth.

    This is nowhere near like 2006, where there was no definitive #1 or #2 WR with Reche Caldwell as the best option.

    Also, NE's run game in 2013 blew away 2006s with a rookie in Maroney and Dillon on one foot.

    Brady simply blows and has sucked in postseasons overall since 2007.  He was nowhere near the reason who we even got to SB 42 or SB 46!  Think about that! LOL!

    Brady was helped into each SB and still couldn't pitch in by playing well and scoring more than 14 or 17 points.

    Last year, 13 points. This year? 16. Ain't cutting it!  Ain't cutting it!  He's had All World weaponry, HOFers, solid balance like this year with a top rushing attack and he still won't play well.

    2007! That's a long time to blow and choke down two SBs because you wanted put up fireworks on national tv at the expense of winning the actual game.

     



     

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    Yeah, I got one:

    When was the last time you got laid?  LOL!

    Your anger is a delight for all to see, especially knowing Brady has been a no show in these games.

    Enjoy!

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    Not that it's any of your business, DH, but I'm 100% sure it was A LOT more recent than you.

    You're right about that pent up anger, BBdoll lover, what's it been for you, 8 years?

    TSK TSK TSk.. BB a no show since Feb., 2005.  Coincidentally the last time you scored!  Time to move on!

    • Just like all his coaches and Execs.  Mass EXODUS!
    • Kraft reining him in.  Already the lightest coaching staff in the NFL.
    • New Talent on the way to help the failing GM.  No more sock puppets.
     
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    Re: Caserio is Interviewing in Miami

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    How did he blow up the #1 offense?  Gronk got hurt again, Hernandez morphed into Whitey Bulger and Edelman easily replaced Welker.

    In fact, NE's run game was better this year than last, so you're wrong.

    BBs GM work with Caserio was brilliant. Outside of replacing All Pros like Gronk, Wilfork or Mayo, he had an answer for every postion with depth.

    This is nowhere near like 2006, where there was no definitive #1 or #2 WR with Reche Caldwell as the best option.

    Also, NE's run game in 2013 blew away 2006s with a rookie in Maroney and Dillon on one foot.

    Brady simply blows and has sucked in postseasons overall since 2007.  He was nowhere near the reason who we even got to SB 42 or SB 46!  Think about that! LOL!

    Brady was helped into each SB and still couldn't pitch in by playing well and scoring more than 14 or 17 points.

    Last year, 13 points. This year? 16. Ain't cutting it!  Ain't cutting it!  He's had All World weaponry, HOFers, solid balance like this year with a top rushing attack and he still won't play well.

    2007! That's a long time to blow and choke down two SBs because you wanted put up fireworks on national tv at the expense of winning the actual game.

     




    Why has the "greatest coach and GM" of all time (your words in numerous posts) kept this putrid QB since 2007? If Brady has been the problem then BB has been a bigger problem by not moving on and getting another QB.

    He replaced Bledsoe and has hitched his wagon to Brady for more than a decade. Your arguments blaming Brady for the losses make no sense unless you place the entire blame on BB.

    You've gone as far as to say that Brady is in some type of competition with Manning and other quarterbacks and abandons the game plan to pad his stats. And his coach / GM goes along with this?

    That is probably some of the most convuluted and irrational thinking / arguments I've ever seen.

     
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    I'd be surprised if Caserio makes that mistake.  I wouldn't be shocked if this was a courtesy by BB and maybe Caserio kicking the tires down there.  

    To leave the team in the division is unlikely, IMO. A big time no-no.  Miami is likely just trying to mess with the Pats as they try to fix that disaster down there.

    TB just wisely hired Jason Licht. The Bears stupidly passed him over and he spent a year or two with Arizona just waiting it out.

    Kinda funny how BB has GM proteges all over the place, yet somehow he is an "average" or "subpar" GM.

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    You beat me to it.

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    we already ran this excercise 2 weeks ago. I love BB, but seriously, how many playoff games have his proteges won? Wasnt the answer zero? or maybe it was 1?

    you would almost think these other teams would look at the falures of the proteges, and realize the success of this org is because of BB. Even Pioli couldnt be shown the door quick enough in KC.  

      

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    yep and I ran it with you...none of BB's have had much success while Bill Parcells, The Master, has perhaps the most successful Coaching Tree ever...it is another testament to his greatness

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    You might want to mention Bill Belichick has been a head coach or DC for 5 SB winning teams and 3 without Parcells. Parcells has been part of "0" SB winning teams without Belichick. If he's the Master why couldn't he win anything without Belichick?

     
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    Miami media is reporting that Caserio interviewed strong and has stayed in Miami overnight for a second day (today) of interviews and is now the front runner for the Miami GM position.

     

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