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    About time, IMO

    The Tuna's performance against the Seahawks was ATROCIOUS

    he was coaching to NOT LOSE rather than win

    kinda sad that he's lost the BALLS he was once renowned for

    the COWBOYS need someone with BIG BALLS for a coach

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    Am I the only one kind of annoyed that he chose to retire today of all days? It just feels like a "media whore" kind of move to me.

    Anyway, I'm not surprised. And I really don't care much anymore, either. It reminds me of the 52458456465865 times Jordan called it "quits."

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    I called this a while ago. It was him or TO. Jerry Jones like TO better.

    Hope Jones likes the result when TO pulls a "TO" or "Artest"...

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    Yeah, yeah - bye Tuna blah, blah, blah.
    The best exercise of the human heart is reaching down and picking someone else up.

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    Default Re: The Tuna Retires

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    Am I the only one kind of annoyed that he chose to retire today of all days? It just feels like a "media whore" kind of move to me.

    Anyway, I'm not surprised. And I really don't care much anymore, either. It reminds me of the 52458456465865 times Jordan called it "quits."
    I wouldn't say it was like that.

    He retired now because right now is the time that many coaches and their scouts go to the Senior Bowl and begin evaluating talent for the draft.

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    About time, IMO

    The Tuna's performance against the Seahawks was ATROCIOUS

    he was coaching to NOT LOSE rather than win

    kinda sad that he's lost the BALLS he was once renowned for

    the COWBOYS need someone with BIG BALLS for a coach
    What do you mean he was coaching to not lose rather then to win. I don't think Parcells could of coached the game any better. It was a back inforth the whole game, the drop by romo messed up everything. To say he doesn't have balls is just false... plus.... the dude is 70.

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