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Eric Mangini, comedian - Extra Points - Boston.com
It actually was funny, delivered with the comfortable resignation of a man who knows he will be entering the job market in about 3 months.
I can't recall Mangini ever being that loose and comfortable before.
OK, that was kind of refreshing.
He just beat the Saints - If he could pull off beating the Pats or Steelers his job is probably secure
"Holmgren, 62, also said he is committed to finishing out the five-year contract he signed with Browns owner Randy Lerner in January, but then he added:
'I made a promise, and Iâ€™m going stick with that. Now if I keep wearing a suit or not, weâ€™ll see.'"
The Range of shakes comment takes the cake. Now that's something BB would say to the media. Funny!
he must use humor to deflect tense situations in his life.
like being fired or not extended
facing the Pats
actually he has done it before. when with the jets he used to say "i have to look at the tape to analyze the handshake" or something like that
That was amusing.
He might be a better comedian than a head coach. Though that's not saying much.
He is already a joke....:rocker:
Eric Mangini is a rat snitch ingrate who sullied the Pats and Bill Belichick forever and is not worthy of shaking Bill Belichick's you-know-what after a good leak. I wish he would just shut up as TB said. Let's not forget what he did to his mentor and first boss in the NFL. I hope the Pats crush the Browns and get this little snitch fired.
That didn't actually happen, did it? ;
(Brady and Mangini getting friendly with one another)
Only if he was trying to talk Fredo into a fishing trip.
"...pray for our sinners..."
I was confused here too, since there is no way they'd be in the same building during the week....
Is being a comedian kind of the same thing as limping after throwing an INT?
They must have edited out the funny parts
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