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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM : DC COBRAS
« Last post by GM Dazz on Today at 04:25:27 AM »
Fuck it then. We'll have to trust the o-line to stop waving everyone through. We'll keep Johnson as the rb in our shotgun set but switch back to using our I formation as the primary set. Hopefully our new TE will help out in the pass game. Unless something goes completely wrong I'll not change anything else until we review things during the bye week. I'm trusting you to get this offence playing the way it was designed and to get them playing at the level we expected in pre-season. Thank you, Coach.
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Lolly, could you ask Sasser to come and see me.
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Sasser, that was an excellent game from you this week and I'm sure it was a performance that will shut the doubters up. I'm glad to see you're more conformable behind the new look line now. I wanted to talk to you about that challenge GM Dario set on Twatter. I think we should set that kick up for our official YouTube channel and Social Media accounts. If you make the kick it's $250k for you but if you don't you show those clueless Bruins fans that what you guys do is bloody hard. If you can't make that kick then nobody can. What do you think?
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: SEATTLE LUMBERJACKS
« Last post by GM Jon on Today at 03:52:14 AM »




All good things to have. Hopefully the defense can start gaining that consistency as well and then we'll have a team that can challenge for the championship. I don't really have much to discuss this week Coach, coming off that win, I feel pretty good heading into this week against Pearl Harbor. Like I said in the presser, we got to see them with their starters, while we played our sparsely. I think that's potentially a pretty nice advantage to have. If we can create consistent pressure on Rizzo and get him a little flustered back there, maybe force some bad throws or see if he'll put the rock on the ground. This could definitely be a game where Matthews and Embiid truly shine.


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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« Last post by GM Oldfield on Today at 02:04:14 AM »
Yeah we’ve played teams with good secondary’s, and he’s still learning.

In terms of defence against Miami, is there anything different we can do? I was thinking about switching the linebackers to run support, trying to limit their run game as much as possible and make Sullivan throw often.
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« Last post by GM Garcia on Today at 01:56:07 AM »
Ok,ok. Look I’ve been involved in similar situations, criminal that is. We all get suckered in somehow, but for turtles?! You’re not going down like that Coach. Best thing to do is get one step ahead of it. Surely you’re not the only one involved? What involvement did the two players have? Who organises the events? Who trades you these turtles? These are the guys the feds will be really interested. Get ahead of them, and Coach, we’ve got an impact bowl, so you do whatever the fuck it takes to make sure you’re on that pitch leading us to it. Is there anything we can do to help you achieve that? Find a shelter for your turtles? Get you a lawyer?
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: RAPID CITY INFERNO
« Last post by GM Fosters on Today at 12:35:49 AM »
Ah ok. Yeah I wasn’t insinuating that it was Shelleys fault! Obviously would have been the O-Line.

Moving forward to St Louis- anything you think we should change up?


All the blokes in the locker room still chipper?
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MILWAUKEE BARONS
« Last post by GM Strike Guy on Today at 12:26:05 AM »
Then as we spoke regarding the extension last week - starting next season, 5 years, 16MM, 4MM in bonus, fully guaranteed. I can certainly do that and put it through the league office. Thank you for your time and effort in helping put this together, Mr. Crain.
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« Last post by GM Adam Wrong on Today at 12:21:06 AM »
Do you think we can do something against a fellow struggler like Louisville?
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: VANCOUVER WOLFPACK
« Last post by GM Lucas on Today at 12:03:06 AM »
One second coach, I apologize

(Lucas looks down at his phone and let's it go to voicemail. He then proceeds to turn it off)

Ms Lucas can you take a message please while I finish up with coach. If it's thorny, can you tell him I'll call him back.

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Ok, where were we. Oh yeah, ok, It was good to see Lash put some good runs together though we were short a talented center. I spoke to Lash about eventually giving him some rest to keep him fresh for the long haul. I know i'm not going to make that move this week after he had a much better performance but what do you think about that. I do want to try and get Dunlap and Fournette some touches to keep everyone fresh and happy.
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: CHARLOTTE CROWNS
« Last post by GM Kirk on June 03, 2020, 11:39:31 PM »
Understood. That's all I've got this week. Send Luis Gustafson to see me.
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Luis, I'm sure you've seen the GM in Kansas has put a prize on the line for anyone who can make the tough kick that rookie missed. Seems like it could be a fun challenge. Fancy giving it a go? I mean, I'm not sure if a kick like that is possible, but if anyone can make the kick, it's probably you.
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: TOTTENHAM BATS
« Last post by THE BIG DOG on June 03, 2020, 11:04:04 PM »
"AH RIGHT THE BIG DOG HAS A DAIRY ALLERGY SO CAN BE FORGETFUL OF THAT

TO CATERING I GO"

*She clops off and returns with one of those little plastic container thingies of bleu cheese*


"THERE YOU ARE

ANYWAYS MY MAN IT HASNT JUST BEEN THE BLOCKING YOUVE BEEN GETTING THOSE SHORT YARDAGE CONVERSIONS LIKE THE TWO POINTER IN WEEK ONE TO KEEP US IN THAT GAME YOUVE BEEN CATCHING THE BALL MORE THAN IMPRESSED SO HIT ME UP WHENEVER YOU NEED SOME MEATS TO KEEP YOU FUELED"

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