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Thread: Joe philbin: What the packers are saying

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    Joe philbin: What the packers are saying

    From the Finsiders Blog. Some real nice quotes, didn't see it anywhere else on here.

    http://thefinsiders.com/blog/2012/jo...ers-are-saying
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    Nothing but respect for Philbin all over the league.





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    Key that he can command presence of a room. I really, really like this hire.
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    Good, now lets start winning!!!
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    Let's hope he can draw some great FAs to Miami. I like the hire more and more by the minute. Hopefully another feel good story for the NFL!
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    Philbin has unqualified respect from the entire Green Bay organization. McCoy, if you read between the lines got "will be a good head coach someday." Someday. There are no qualifications on Philbie.

    I think we picked the right guy out of the two. I suppose we will find out in the long run.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Tatious View Post
    Philbin has unqualified respect from the entire Green Bay organization. McCoy, if you read between the lines got "will be a good head coach someday." Someday. There are no qualifications on Philbie.

    I think we picked the right guy out of the two. I suppose we will find out in the long run.
    what?
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    What, what? Did I stutter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Tatious View Post
    What, what? Did I stutter?
    i didnt get it either dude.
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    Maybe I could have said it more artfully but it still should make sense. The only thing I can think of is that maybe you guys don't know what "unqualified" means.

    Qualify means to modify or limit in some way; make less strong or positive: to qualify an endorsement.

    The Packer people give 100% positive comments, without any qualifications. McCoy, on the other hand, got qualified comments from Broncos people, saying that he will "someday" be a good coach. In other words, the Broncos people qualified their compliments of McCoy. I hope that makes sense.
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