say, LetsGoBlue

anything you would like to add, heh heh :stuck_out_tongue:

BTW, not razzing you because the bombers are down, just your statement. I mean, when you roll your eyes at me, you better be right :wink:

Your both right :slight_smile:

I wouldn't say they are in disarray... but there are major concerns there... maybe the firings stabilized things a bit, and now they should concentrate of either finding a QB for now and the future. I would say getting another receiver or two would be a positive step too... they are not far off from being a contending team, IMO...

I do not know about that.
Maybe if you look at it being a small soon 9 team league.
From afar, this is a train wreck.
Maybe with Marcel as the HC in waiting and with Wade Miller, an actual plan of attack for the remaining year and future will be implemented.
Certainly at the most important QB position it is bad news.

The day they looked like a team in disarray was the day when SportsCentre had three QBs and Tim Burke all talking about the starting QB change, and NOBODY knew who was actually making the decisions. Then you had Buck Pierce and Chad Simpson both shaking their heads and saying "never seen anything like this before." That was just ridiculous.

The other issue is what happens if Max Hall struggles, as new QBs on 1-5 teams tend to do? Does the QB carousel turn back to Buck Pierce, do they bring in someone else, do they let Hall work through it, or do they just start rolling dice to determine who will play each game? After how they handled Goltz you really can't predict anything.

there is definitely dissension among the ranks, no question and recent public comments by BB players seem to confirm this...

[b]Bombers coach Burke deals with Twitter fallout over Garrett release Linebacker Johnny Sears Jr. one of many athletes to mess up on Twitter

Like clockwork, the Tweet questioning management came out not long after the Bombers released one of their more popular players.

The Blue and Gold released third-string running back Chris Garrett on Wednesday, which drew the following response from linebacker Johnny Sears Jr. on Twitter: “Winning is what i thouhgt (sic) the common goal was? I don’t think it helps to let a great player in @TheChrisGarrett go and help another team!!?
The Bombers have had problems with public criticism of management’s moves in recent years, and peeved head coach Tim Burke said the situation had been addressed.

“It’s been dealt with,? Burke said. “He’s been taken care of.?

Burke, being the old school football coach that he is, still has trouble figuring out why players turn to social media and write whatever is on their minds.

“If they question our decisions they should come in and talk to us rather than put it out there for the whole world to see,? Burke said. “This shows you what an old guy I am, but I don’t understand the whole Twitter mindset. That’d be like me, if I’m the defensive co-ordinator and the offence isn’t doing well in a game, and I put on Twitter in the middle of the game the offence is crappy.
“I can think that, maybe I can even say that to somebody else. I don’t need to say that to the whole world. Just because you have a thought doesn’t mean the whole world needs to know it.?[/b]

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