Divisional GM stepping down(merged)

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  1. mcsully

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  2. MoLewisrocks

    MoLewisrocks PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    Re: Divisional GM stepping down

    It's a young mans job if you're doing it justice.

    There will be one of those who didn't do squat with the job kicked to the curb later this week apparently as well. I think Tuna is ready to can the load in Miami. In watching today's game Tuna looked like Aqua's great hope for a franchise QB could be short lived too.
     
  3. PatsFan#37

    PatsFan#37 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    Re: Divisional GM stepping down

    Congrats to Marv Levy enjoy your retirement dude...:rocker:
     
  4. weswelker#83

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  5. JustWinBrady

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    Re: Marv Levy Stepping Down as General Manager of the Bills

    I would say he did a pretty good job the 2 years he was the GM, the team is better off now before he took over.
     
  6. Seymour93

    Seymour93 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Re: Marv Levy Stepping Down as General Manager of the Bills

    I agree, but what did they expect by hiring a 80 year old for this job? Levy was never going to last long. Now they're just going to go through another offseason with more turnover either in the personnel or coaching ranks. Williams, Donahoe, Mularkey, now Levy.
     
  7. AzPatsFan

    AzPatsFan Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    My hat is off to Marv Levy. A class guy woi was a Great coach. anfdd got to the Superbowl four straight years. He also turned inot a great GM. In two years he set the Bills on a sound foundation and rebuilt the club. Great Job and Good Luck.
     
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