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January 16th Winner: Dalian China Knows Football

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In response to: Herm Edwards Out?

It's inconceivable that Edwards will be retained.
Herm, bro, I'd suggest you start dusting off your DC CV.
Pioli was brought in to bring the franchise back to not just respectability, but to one of dominance.
As such, Pioli has been given a blank piece of paper to work with, and as any artist will do, he'll begin soon to splash a whole bunch of paint on the canvas, and make a big mess, with a plan behind the
splotches.
Pioli wants to get out from under the skirt of Belichick, and wave his own magic wand, this time in the mid-West.
This is a great move for all concerned, save poor Herman.
Stick a fork in him - he's so done!
And if I was an assistant on Herm's staff, I wouldn't be planning on any home upgrades this off season.
I'd be dusting off my Rolodex instead.
When you're building an omelet, ya gotta break some eggs along the way, methinks.
The Pioli hire was a stroke of genius by the Hunts - good on them for doing the right thing; their long suffering fans, who had to tolerate mediocrity for too long, will be the beneficiaries, big time.
Arrowhead is gonna rock, and that's a good thing!
The ghosts of Buck Buchanan, Len Dawson et al, are looking down, with approval, I can see them from 'here'.

Posted by: Dalian China Knows Football | January 15, 2009 8:51 PM

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