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McCloughan's fall from grace was his own doing.

Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Jed York approaches the podium:

First I would like to thank Scot McCloughan for all the hard work he has put into this organization from the day he got here. However we feel that due to his own personal issues he can no longer be responsible for his General Manager duties ...



......will take over those duties and we will move forward and become a Championship team in 2010.

And that pretty much wraps it up. They might as well cancel Jed's appearance and post this on the front page of their website.
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Jed York approaches the podium:

First I would like to thank Scot McCloughan for all the hard work he has put into this organization from the day he got here. However we feel that due to his own personal issues he can no longer be responsible for his General Manager duties ...



......will take over those duties and we will move forward and become a Championship team in 2010.
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Jed York approaches the podium:

First I would like to thank Scot McCloughan for all the hard work he has put into this organization from the day he got here. However we feel that due to his own personal issues he can no longer be responsible for his General Manager duties ...



......will take over those duties and we will move forward and become a Championship team in 2010.

And that pretty much wraps it up. They might as well cancel Jed's appearance and post this on the front page of their website.

Is it any clearer now?
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
One last time: McCloughan isn't/wasn't the only voice in the personnel department. Not much (if anything) will change going into the draft. Calm the hell down.

You're asking for patience, logic and reason on the zone? You must be drunk.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
One last time: McCloughan isn't/wasn't the only voice in the personnel department. Not much (if anything) will change going into the draft. Calm the hell down.

He was the GM and had final say in draft picks. So he was the voice in the personnel department.

See what I mean? Poor logic/reading comprehension.
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
One last time: McCloughan isn't/wasn't the only voice in the personnel department. Not much (if anything) will change going into the draft. Calm the hell down.

He was the GM and had final say in draft picks. So he was the voice in the personnel department.

He was the trigger man (supposedly), not the sole voice. The opinions on players become a collaborative effort through the course of the scouting process. There are many varying opinions on a given player, which is something any decent personnel department thrives on. Ultimately, the player has to fit the scheme. Mistakes are always made, no matter who has the final say.

You lost san diego at "sole". He thinks you're talking about shoes.
I hope there aren't too many Raider or Cowboy fans privy to this site. The stupidity is shameful. If it was 1991, half of the people on this site would demand we trade steve and have bono/musgrave compete for the starting spot. Seriously. Hey, I've got an idea you guys! Let's trade all non qb's and then sign qb's to play all positions. I mean, you all seem to think that's all that matters in this TEAM sport. Oops, I probably just started a "cut alex smith" flame thread. Sorry.