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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: Today at 04:55:24 AM »
Thanks for the input Coach, I will bear it in mind for future decisions.

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Selina, can you call in the whole team please.

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Right, guys. You know I'm not the pep talk type, I respect the qualities you all bring and I don't necessarily feel you need me cheerleading you to perform better than we all know you are capable. That being said, we don't have the Florida Cup in our hands, and we aren't topping the division, and what makes that hard to swallow is that we are the best team in the division. We are better than Orlando, better than Alabama, we have proven this season that we are one of the best teams in the league. So what is happening, in those key moments, in those big games, where we can't find the pass, or we lose our man, or we can't execute the game plan like we have done so well throughout the season? We all know this team is going to get stronger and stronger, but if we are going to make the Killer Whales one of THE franchises in the league, we need to find that killer instinct. Have confidence in yourself and your team-mates, and when mistakes happen, don't back up, when a crack appears you seal it! In overtime against Orlando we did what we do on defense, we get the fumble and we get the ball, then the mistake comes, but mistakes happen all the time, and on the next play, the next damn play we lose the game. We can't let one mistake snowball us like that. Orlando didn't beat us for the Cup, we gave it to them. So I guess what I want to know, is if you guys, this talented bunch of men, young and old, whether you are winners, or when it comes to testing times, you are just happy to be playing. I'll take your answers on the field, against Alabama.

We're going to make some slight adjustments from what we did against Orlando, with Robles being their primary threat, we still want to keep that pressure on Ortega.

Attitude: Balanced
D-Line Focus: Pass Rush
L-Back Focus: Balanced

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 18, 2018, 03:49:10 PM »
Given our current offensive system is to fit the style of play that gets the best out of Duke, what adjustments do you believe would be needed to see Irvin shine? We know he has a better arm, and he is dynamic and can run the ball, attributes that perhaps won't necessarily shine within Duke's system.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 18, 2018, 11:54:42 AM »
That is the answer I was expecting but I have to explore all options. Thanks Coach, I'll have those defensive adjustments for you shortly.

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Selina, can you call in Coach Jose please.

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Trevor, me and Coach Rhodes have been discussing the use potential use of Irvin toward the end of this playoff run if Duke continues to struggle in key moments. How do you feel he has developed so far this year?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 18, 2018, 06:25:53 AM »
Defensively I think we will shift to more of a run focus but keep our backfield balanced. Do you feel our offense could do with some tweaks to freshen it up? Of course we won't change up what we are doing on the run, but can we do to play to the strengths of Duke? Is our current system asking too much of him?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 17, 2018, 06:13:03 PM »
It would certainly have its risks. I may be getting caught up in the moment, and overlooking the rest of the season. We will give Duke the Alabama game, give him another opportunity to do the job for us in a big game.

How do you feel our defensive adjustments went? The injury to Carlson probably didnít help our overall game in that department.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 17, 2018, 05:09:22 PM »
A lot of incomplete passes coming at vital moments. How crazy would it be to put in Irvin against Bama? I know he has a better arm than Duke, and his run game will only add to the rest of the offence, but he is young, and largely untested, and he didn't fare too well against Alabama earlier in the season. What do you think?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 17, 2018, 03:09:48 PM »
I'll be honest, I feel like we have seen us come up short at crunch moments in big games a few too many times this season. As much as I appreciate the game management of Duke, I'm beginning to question whether he has the mental strength to cope in those moments. What happened on our third downs, what led to us coming up short so many times?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 17, 2018, 02:47:30 PM »
1. Talk about this weeks performance from your team.

It was incredibly frustrating to watch us lose the Cup in overtime. Especially given the chances we had to win in the 4th quarter. I feel like a broken record but teams have to do something special to beat us, but for us to go to overtime three times this season and lose all three against divisional rivals is simply not acceptable. Yes, they have to play extremely well, but at the end of the day, in two of those results we have given up interceptions and fumbles, and it really starts to become an area of concern because it then becomes us giving them a win that we have done so well to avoid. Additionally, we are all more than aware that converting one third down out of ten is not acceptable and is an area we will address before the Alabama game. We still have two games to go through, and we can still catch Orlando, that is all that matters now.

2. Talk about your team's news this week.

Fans might want to point the finger at Rodriguez for missing the FG but he has been very consistent for us this season and we had other opportunities to finish off the game. Yes it is frustrating, but he will be more frustrated than anyone else, and I am sure he is eager to make amends for it.

3. Talk about at least two other news stories of interest.

Kings beating Charlotte keeps the pressure off of us a little, but at this point, I think I might have preferred it. I have to have a chat with the team, because we need to be hungry every game of the season, whether it is looking likely we are playoff bound or not, that competitive nature is a part of what should define this franchise, or at least it will once I am done with my job. I can't stress how unhappy I am that Holt is the guy that made the difference in our game. We'll shut him up next time!

4. What do you have to do to win the game this week?

Alabama up next and my old foe GM Pancho, I won't get involved in the war of words between him and GM Lucas this week, but I am glad he is back looking fired up! He looked like he had fallen out of love with the game earlier in the season. Robles seems to have gone up a gear out of nowhere this year, especially in the second half of the season, and it is going to be a tall task stopping him this week. But we'll both be battling with the running game, and the way I look at it they have two men to stop and we just have the one. I'm looking forward to the tussle, and we'll be doing everything we can to keep ourselves in the divisional title race.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 15, 2018, 04:46:20 PM »
Okay, well letís make them changes this week and go get that Cup!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 14, 2018, 07:47:07 AM »
Right, how about we make the below changes:

Attitude: Balanced
D-Line Focus: Pass Rush
L-Back Focus: Coverage

Would this be too much of a fundamental change to our defensive setup?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 09, 2018, 09:30:24 AM »
Should we lower the blitz rate? I'd like us to avoid exposing our secondary like the Charlotte game.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 07, 2018, 10:44:48 AM »
Solid win this week Coach. Nice to see Irvin get some plays this week too. I'm excited to see how he develops the longer he is with us.

Orlando up next, big game, owner & the fans want to see us take that Cup! How do you assess them as a threat, are we primarily going to be concerned with Patton and his receiving corps?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 05, 2018, 02:11:20 PM »
1. Who was your star player this week? Who disappointed?

I am going to name joint star players for us this week and they are Austin Napier and Julius Irvin. Our backfield defense punished Mazza all game, Stephens amongst the strong performances but Napier stood out. I was happy for him, he gets labeled a special teams specialist, but returning an interception like he did just proves that his skillset has a place outside of special teams. It has been an area of our team that has had some criticism this season, some of it unwarranted when you look at the stats. As for Irvin, I am very proud of the quality he produced when he came on, throwing his first pro touchdown, it is a big moment for him and I hope we see many more. As for who disappointed, it is hard to pick someone out when you dominate a game like we just did, but I feel Duke, whilst he managed the game, he needs to complete a couple more of those plays. We obviously didn't throw the ball out a lot, but the completion percentage from Duke could have been better.

2. How would you evaluate your team over the last few weeks?

I think our performances have been good, I think we are one of the best teams in the league and the stats would agree. We are one of the highest scoring teams and we have conceded fewer points than every team outside of Vegas and St Paul. We have the loss to Charlotte in there, which was disappointing, but as I said last week, it takes a herculean effort to beat us this season. Orlando has the advantage on us because of their divisional record, but when you analyze the performances and the quality of play, I still put us as favorites for the division and our recent form has not dissuaded me from that.

3. With three games remaining, what is the plan to end the season on a high note?

We just keep doing what we do, we have big games ahead, Alabama and the Florida Cup are very important fixtures and are vital to our progression, we will make adjustments for each opponent, but overall, I feel they are going to need to change how they play to avoid the L.

4. What do you have to do to win the game this week?

Shut Holt up. We are dominating teams with our running game, but don't let that fool anyone into thinking we don't have a potent receiving corps. We have some raw talent captained by a talented leader, and they are more than capable of troubling any defense in the league, especially Orlando. Comments like Holts will just motivate the guys even more. I think they were lucky to beat us last time out, and the Florida Cup deserves to be and will be in Miami by the end of the season.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: September 01, 2018, 03:43:23 PM »
Will just get right to it then Coach, you and the team know what you're doing. Lets get back to winning ways.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 30, 2018, 08:55:19 AM »
He did have a strong performance. Do we think this Mazza kid can give us the same kind of problems? I feel like we need to up the aggression on defense but with the quality of the QB's in our division I am not sure if it is a wise long-term strategy, what do you think?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 29, 2018, 08:31:56 AM »
We will look to fill that gap when we can. May have to wait for the off season. Was shoehorning McLendon and Wallace into the DE position the main contributor to our inability to stop the run? I felt we pressured Sullivan well enough, but the coverage was lacking at times. That wasnít the defence we are used to seeing though.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 28, 2018, 01:05:37 PM »
So we were mostly utilising McLendon then, ok, good to know. Is this an area where we should have a third man who cover the defensive line roles? I'm not sure how much faith I would have in Wallace covering that role for more than the odd 4 man-front set.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 28, 2018, 05:48:03 AM »
Yeah, I don't like losing like that. I personally felt we could have managed the game a little better in the fourth quarter. I do have a few questions about the game though, obviously, Cervantes was a big miss, our pass rush still appeared effective at times but they broke through our lines a few too many times with their running game. What is our strategy when we lose someone at DE, who comes in?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 22, 2018, 10:58:23 AM »
1. Talk us through your Week 12 Game, What did you like, what didn't you like?

I'm not someone who likes losing, but I really don't like losing like that! But we're not over-reacting, Charlotte got the win and they earned it, but look let's look at this game and take into context just what it took for them to get it. A big loss for us was the injury to Cervantes, thankfully, it wasn't anything serious, but he couldn't continue, and that us defensively without a captain and without a highly effective player for us. We had to adapt and Charlotte took advantage of our make-shift defense. It is a great example of what happens when you remove one cog from a well-oiled machine, and whilst we still performed well in certain areas, there is no doubting that this was not the defensive performance you are used to seeing out of Miami. They did a solid job stopping our run game, especially our bruiser, Haas, but ultimately, there is no stopping our run game, you figure out Haas, and Ralph is right there finding the holes we need! Unfortunately, though, Sullivan just played a fantastic game, we forced fumbles, we got sacks, we got picked him off, and he was still throwing bombs and finding his man in the most crucial moments. It was an elite performance from Sullivan, but despite that, and despite our defense not being at its strongest, it still took a 6o yard freaking field goal to win the game! That is the context I am talking about! If anyone sees this defeat and thinks we have faltered and that we're going to fall off, think again. We're at our most dangerous when you underestimate us, but we're always dangerous, one loss won't change that. We're still the best damn team in this division!

2. Talk about anything interesting you around the league...

I found the Orlando/Atlanta game very interesting. Patton and Mazza both struggled, and Orlando really seemed to coast when they have got the points they needed, it surprised me that they wouldn't push for a more comprehensive victory. Atlanta capitulating wasn't a shocker, but still, they had been finding some good form lately and you would expect better from a truly competitive team within the league.

3. Talk about your game this upcoming week, what do you need to do to win?

We play the aforementioned Atlanta, and we need to get back in the win column. We'll analyze their performance against Orlando and see what we can do to ensure that victory, but with Orlando most likely getting the win against Music City, we need to keep, we need to keep that pressure on, and as Atlanta showed this week, they capitulate under that pressure!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 10, 2018, 04:07:32 PM »
I'll get the paperwork arranged Coach, thanks,

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Selina, notes for lock in with the coaching staff.

Coleman to CB3. Usual gameplan.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: August 10, 2018, 04:06:43 PM »
Miami Killer Whales sign Josh McNeil to a two year, $5MM contract starting season 11.

Miami Killer Whales send Kyle Foster to Boca Raton Beach Party.

Miami Killer Whales promote Daniel Coleman from Boca Raton Beach Party.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: August 09, 2018, 12:00:53 PM »
Miami Killer Whales spend $500k on scouting.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 09, 2018, 11:58:29 AM »
2 year extension starting next year at $5MM.

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Forum Games / Re: Premier League Fantasy Draft
« on: August 09, 2018, 06:11:59 AM »
Right, classic league is set up: Code is 3436228-784331, website - https://fantasy.premierleague.com/. First game of the season is kicking off tomorrow evening.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 07, 2018, 08:34:26 AM »
Understandable Coach, we'll talk then.

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Selina, can you ask Coach McNeil to come see me please.

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Coach, we have been looking to handle our staff re-negotiations early, are you open to these talks now or would you prefer to wait until the off season?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 06, 2018, 03:03:42 PM »
I'll keep that in mind, thanks Coach. Can you ask Coach Patricia to come see me please.

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Coach, we want to keep our coaching staff here in Miami to continue the progression we have made together. We have negotiated a new contract for Coach Rhodes, and we'd love to do the same with yourself. We'd be looking to offer an over 50% pay increase for a three year contract at $5MM.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: August 06, 2018, 02:56:00 PM »
Miami Killer Whales spend $500k on scouting.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: August 06, 2018, 02:55:43 PM »
Miami Killer Whales sign Max Rhodes to a new 4 year, $12MM contract with immediate effect.

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Forum Games / Re: Premier League Fantasy Draft
« on: August 06, 2018, 12:37:22 PM »
Yeah, can do. I think the draft system works great, but with all the timezones it could be difficult to organise.

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Forum Games / Re: Premier League Fantasy Draft
« on: August 06, 2018, 08:14:20 AM »
Heh, I'll get the league set up in a couple of minutes. We need to find a time will work for the draft? Season kicks off on Friday, and I'm free to run it any evening. Timing wise, I could probably be around up until 1am GMT time.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 06, 2018, 08:12:18 AM »
I can agree to that Coach, I feel you have proven yourself worthy of such a raise. I'll have the paperwork arranged shortly for a new four year extension with the pay rise coming in place this season. In regards to the game against Charlotte, tactically, do you feel we are best maintaining our man on man coverage to nullify Sullivan?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 05, 2018, 04:50:37 PM »
Indeed Coach, the signs were there though that we were improving, everyone kept on task and we're looking good! I feel like we are now in a position where the majority of teams in the league are going to have to adapt to beat us, which is a fantastic position to be. We clinch that division title and that position becomes even stronger.

Now with all this in mind, I have been looking at contract extensions, and I of course want to keep this coaching team in tact. I'll have to speak to everyone individually, but first I had to see what you felt at the moment? I'd prefer to get this resolved prior to any post-season action so we can focus on the task at hand.

In terms of a contract offer, you were part of the re-build here in Miami before I joined, and I feel you have been integral since I have been involved. I'd be looking to keep you here as long as I could, I'd be willing to go for a four year contract, with a $10mil salary on the table.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 05, 2018, 11:14:33 AM »
1. Talk us through your Week 12 Game, What did you like, what didn't you like?

I thought the game was as tough and competitive as we anticipated it be. I felt they were effective defensively, but we showed resolve and ultimately proved that our running game will make an impact regardless of how you perform. Lets face it, that Seattle defense did a solid job shutting us out, but we were still too much for them. And then look to our defense and we had some really strong individual performances. Cervantes was everywhere, Chow had his best game of the season, Albert got the big pick TD and Watkins had a solid game for a rookie. Prior to the game we were wary of the schedule we had had and the level of opposition, but we defeated a tough Seattle team here, and with the divisional stretch remaining, I think we are in a very strong position.

2. What did you think of the All-Star skills challenges? 

I'm a fan of it. It was an entertaining and intriguing. Gives the fans to look forward to mid-season, and for some of the players on teams that are perhaps not competing well in the league, it gives further opportunity to showcase themselves.

3. What did you think of the All-Star Game itself?

It was an entertaining game, I'd think, given more snaps, Ralph could have a bigger impact on the game, but he stuck with his guy, and the stats say it all. GM Kirk will most likely believe the victory justifies his biased selection process, and with the behaviour of GM Jon's Head Coach, you might not blame him for going with so many of his own players, but if this is the 'All Star' game, I think future GM's in the role need to treat it as such because it is a great addition to the schedule.

4. With the Minor League Call Up Window here once again, do you plan on calling up any players?

We have one player in mind, yes.

5. Talk about your game this upcoming week, and how do you feel about the final five games of the regular season?

Another difficult game ahead of us, mostly because of the QB that will be facing us. Sullivan is talented and whilst he performed well against us on opening day, we limited his options and largely prevented them from getting the ball over the line. We're playing with more confidence and vigour than we were then, so I expect a similar result, but a more dominant performance, offensively as well as defensively.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: August 01, 2018, 04:47:35 PM »
We'll save the negotiation for the off season then. We value Worthington highly, and I assure you we will have an offer that shows that. Thanks for your time Drew.

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Selina, note for the coaches.

Randolph back to WR1, Mac WR2 and Floyd at WR3.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 31, 2018, 05:26:05 PM »
You are a true asset to the team Sami, of course we can accommodate the PR. I will have the paperwork set up.

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Selena, can you get me Mr Leventhal on the line.

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Drew, I was hoping we could discuss Josephís contract and keeping him here in Miami. How open is he to these talks right now?

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: July 31, 2018, 05:15:18 PM »
Miami signs Sami Ozil to a 3 year, $1mil deal with $250k PR and a no trade clause, starting season 11.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 31, 2018, 04:46:32 PM »
And as long as I'm GM, I want you here Sami. If I could sign you to a contract for the remainder of your career I would! How about a three year extension, a $1.5mil increase in salary and a no trade clause put in place?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 30, 2018, 04:13:50 PM »
We'll stick to plan A for the time being then. We'll find holes in that defense, I am sure of it.

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Selina, can you arrange for Sami to come see me. Thanks.

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Sami, great season! The work you put in for the team is not going unnoticed, and I wanted to see where your head was at with your contract, we'd love to keep you in Miami.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 30, 2018, 02:22:24 PM »
They wouldn't be wrong, we have had some less than competitive fixtures within our streak, but Lincoln were no push over and Long Beach beat us last season. Seattle will give us some problems but I'm confident we can better them. Where do you feel they are most dangerous/vulnerable?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 30, 2018, 11:31:14 AM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

Another strong, dominant performance is always good to see. Mac did a fine job filling in for Daniel, and overall I felt we continued to perform to a high level despite some knocks and bruises amongst the team. I feel we have now a unity that is going to be tough to snap. Duke's consistency has been key for us so far this year, amongst all the talent and dogged defensive and our punishing running game, his steady performances have kept us balanced.

2. Talk about any news your team is involved in this week, as well as what other news stories stood out to you this week?

What Ralph said is something that we all echo within the team, and I am glad he came out and said, being he was the sole All Star selection.

Let's hope Robles is back to performing how he has for the rest of the season when our game with Alabama comes back around.


3. Talk about your game this upcoming week, what do you need to focus on most?

The loss to Seattle last season, not long after GM Jon took charge, was a turning a point for us that saw our form dip toward the end of the season and ultimately so us miss out on an unlikely post-season venture. None of us want to see that happen, and this is as good an opportunity as any to put a marker down on how much we have improved! I know I say that a lot, but we take it game by game here, and as Ralph was alluding to in the press, we clearly still need to prove something here in Miami.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 27, 2018, 06:48:30 PM »
I will keep that in mind, thanks coach.

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Notes for the coaches, please pass on Selina.

With Daniel out, switch Mac to WR1 and Glover to WR2.

2 hours film study for both.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 26, 2018, 09:34:09 AM »
I'll change up the depth chart. With next season in mind, I have been targeting key areas for improvement, at TE, do you feel we'd benefit more from an additional pass threat, or added muscle to our o-line?

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Forum Games / Re: Premier League Fantasy Draft
« on: July 26, 2018, 09:30:18 AM »
I dont know what you're talking about. 8)

I remember the EFK leagues all too well!

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If a few more are interested I will set up a league for us. I'd say around a minimum of 8 is a good number, would make things more interesting. In terms of transfer activity, would you prefer this left open freely, or stick an admin veto on it? I'd trust people not to give away guys for nothing but you never know!

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Forum Games / Re: Premier League Fantasy Draft
« on: July 25, 2018, 12:33:37 PM »
I had you down as one who would be in for sure! You win these things usually, right?

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Forum Games / Premier League Fantasy Draft
« on: July 25, 2018, 09:13:31 AM »
Me and some friends have an annual league for the premier league fantasy football, but switched to the draft league they introduced last year, just curious if anyone was interested in joining? Or if there was enough interest maybe a league for just us? I found the draft league pretty fun last year, with it being more akin to the American Football Fantasy, been wanting one like it for years! If we did the league for the just site members, I'd be more than up for putting a bit of effort in with updates and transfer news and the like.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 25, 2018, 09:06:51 AM »
Would you need me to re-list our depth chart for you?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 24, 2018, 08:19:32 AM »
That confidence will serve you well this week! I'm going to pencil you in for some film study this week, want you to really take advantage of this opportunity to show what you can do in this league. Not that you haven't so far this season, but you'll be our main man out there in the receiving corps. I'll let you get back to practice.

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Selina, Coach McNeil please.

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Coach, great job running our offense this season. Got our running game on point, but we're offering threats throughout! With Daniel out for a couple of games, I was contemplating mixing our receiving corps up a little, of course we'll place Mac in at #1, but I was also wondering if we could utilise Glover a little more too? Craven is reliable,  but I am curious if Glover can add something else. What do you think?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 22, 2018, 03:11:54 PM »
I agree. I'm going to have a quick chat with Mac and we'll starting get prepped for the game.

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Selina, can you said in Mac please.

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Mac, hope you're well. Excited for the game against Long Beach? Great opportunity ahead!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 22, 2018, 06:05:55 AM »
That is always a plus in these situations. How do you feel about the intensity of our running game? It is getting us results, but with the knock Haas has can we maintain that level of performance with Hardy getting more time with the ball at hand? I felt he did well against Lincoln.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 21, 2018, 07:39:45 PM »
I am glad it is motivating the team! Long Beach wonít know what hit them this week. I am sure Ralph will do us proud though. How are you feeling about Mac taking that number one WR spot this week? His performances have been getting better in my opinion.

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