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    as long as it doesn't take him 8 games to let the dogs loose, like Mangini did, I got no problem with Pees...I thought he would have made a fine DC LAST YEAR
     
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    Thanx, Bruinz.

    Another candidate for ... The Eventual Replacement.

     
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    I think Pees actually sounds like he'll be a better DC than Mangini. Glad they promoted him.
     
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    Mangini is gone, but he did just fine for a rookie DC. Be glad he's in a disfunctional organization, they will probably make him take a RB with pick number four instead of a defensive anchor like Ngata or a LT like Fergeson.
     
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    I definitely get the feeling the players respect Pees more than they did Mangini... not to say they DIDN'T respect Mangini.
     
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    One question.........


    If Saban was SO high on Pees and he "was the first guy that he went after" when he became a HC in college......WHY didn't he go after him HARD when he needed a DC in Miami? Food for thought.........(Maybe he felt Capers was the better choice?)
     
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    Saban asked for permission to talk to Pees this time last year but Belichick denied the request.
     
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    ... in other words Saban can't take Pees without first getting permission from Belichick

    that's gotta be humbling!
     
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    I like this ...

    "when Mangini left Tuesday for the Jets’ head coaching job, it’s fair to say only the most ardent Patriots fan could have named the team’s linebackers coach".

    Thanks for the compliment! Also, Lou Holtz refers to BB as "Billy Belichick". I think that's a first -- somehow he doesn't strike me as a "Billy". Maybe if you'd known him 40 years ago.
     
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    You can actually see him referred to as Billy a lot from people who knew him when he was a little 9 or 10 year old runt following his Dad around. Before the Denver game I read an article with some quote from one of his Dad's former assistants talking about how he can't believe that little Billy Belichick is now Hall of Famer in Waiting Bill Belichick.
     
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    The title to this thread just made me laugh. I just pictured some guy peeing on a newspaper along a sidewalk somewhere. :D
     

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