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Old 10-11-2012, 09:45 AM   #142
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Fair enough. but I am not going to support pioli and.crennel by cheering for Quinn. Cassel gives us the best chance to rid the franchise of those two.
Get this in your head and understand it now: it is easier to cure cancer than to take a team with a losing mentality and make them a winner.

The Lions, Browns, and Cardinals are only now showing the most faint signs of life after DECADES of suck.

You can't teach belief.

This is a young team with no vocal leaders. Any leaders we might have are told to shut the **** up and tow the line by the GM.

We need a change that will inspire this team. Anyone (see also: Thigpen) to motivate this team to try even if they know after the year is over they go back to the bench or free agency.

And Quinn will. Pioli won't pay to keep a QB on board who's free agent value exceeds his own rankings/worth/value.

Quinn, good or bad, will be gone next year just as Orton was...
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