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09-27-2013, 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by OccupySouthBroadSt View Post
In other words they adjusted which included changing their coach and we are still stuck in neutral with Lavi..

anyway..this is not an aberration with Lavi..his time was up last year and maybe sooner than that..short shelf life coach and we are still keeping him in the refrigerator...
Originally Posted by Beef Invictus View Post
Lavi has forced two teams (Bos, NJ) to redesign themselves after he knocked them out of the POs. Boston destroyed us in the POs the year after, and NJ just keeps destroying us. Lavi has no answer.

It's time for Homer to take a hint. The more I've thought about it the last couple days, the more I've thought Lavi should've been let go at the end of the season.
Agreed with both of you. I wasn't using it as a positive towards Lavy, only a reason as to why they stuggle against NJ. I'm leaning towards Lavy going actually. It's become pretty clear that the rest of the East, outside of Pittsburgh, is starting to figure Lavy out. Dare I say it's like Andy Reid towards the end....

Originally Posted by Curufinwe View Post
I think there's only three players left from that team.
This team is plenty capable of forechecking was my point.

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