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Not going to lie. I am a fan of Tony Sparano. I am not a fan of Jeff Ireland. The nature of this sport seems to be the General Manager gets a bit more time than a Head Coach as he convinces the owner (Steve Ross in this case) that ‘there was talent on the team but they didn’t execute. Ain’t my fault!’

I’m coming to terms that the next few games will probably be Tony’s last as Fins Head Coach but I also hope they are Ireland’s last few too. From dismantling the o-line to drafting players way above their slot I believe Ireland’s time is done. If Tony goes then so must Jeff. 

The beginning of the end for the once Trifecta now Bifecta. Possible replacements? Jon Gruden would be keen but so might Cowher. Hell, Billick won a Super Bowl and he’s still sitting around on NFL Network!

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Historical Events

1858 – John Brown holds antislavery convention
1898 – The first games of the Italian Football League are played.
1907 – Tommy Burns beats Jack O’Brien in 20 for heavyweight boxing title
1916 – German munitions bunker in Fort Douaumont explodes killing 679 German soldiers
1963 – “Dr No” premieres in US
1970 – Construction workers break up an anti-war rally in NYC’s Wall Street

More Historical Events »

Famous Birthdays

1326 – Joanna I of Auvergne, queen of France (d. 1360)
1753 – Miguel Hidalgo y Castilla, father of Mexican independence
1786 – Jean Vianney, French Catholic priest (d. 1859)
1901 – Turkey Stearnes, baseball player (d. 1979)
1957 – Bill Cowher, Crafton Pennsylvania, American football coach
1977 – Jennifer Walcott, American Playboy Playmate

More Famous Birthdays »

Famous Deaths

1725 – John Lovewell, US indian fighter, dies in battle
1766 – Samuel Chandler, English non-conformist minister (b. 1693)
1773 – Ali Bey Al-Kabir, Egyptian Mameluk head, dies (b. 1728)
1979 – Talcott Parsons, US sociologist, dies at 76
1991 – Jean Langlais, composer, dies at 84
2014 – Roger L. Easton, American scientist, inventor and designer of GPS, dies at 93

More Famous Deaths »

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Today in History for 8th May 2015

Historical Events

1858 - John Brown holds antislavery convention1898 - The first games of the Italian Football League are played.1907 - Tommy Burns beats Jack O'Brien in 20 for heavyweight boxing title1916 - German munitions bunker in Fort Douaumont explodes killing 679 German soldiers1963 - “Dr No” premieres in US1970 - Construction workers break up an anti-war rally in NYC’s Wall Street

More Historical Events »

Famous Birthdays

1326 - Joanna I of Auvergne, queen of France (d. 1360)1753 - Miguel Hidalgo y Castilla, father of Mexican independence1786 - Jean Vianney, French Catholic priest (d. 1859)1901 - Turkey Stearnes, baseball player (d. 1979)1957 - Bill Cowher, Crafton Pennsylvania, American football coach1977 - Jennifer Walcott, American Playboy Playmate

More Famous Birthdays »

Famous Deaths

1725 - John Lovewell, US indian fighter, dies in battle1766 - Samuel Chandler, English non-conformist minister (b. 1693)1773 - Ali Bey Al-Kabir, Egyptian Mameluk head, dies (b. 1728)1979 - Talcott Parsons, US sociologist, dies at 761991 - Jean Langlais, composer, dies at 842014 - Roger L. Easton, American scientist, inventor and designer of GPS, dies at 93

More Famous Deaths »

Today in History for 8th May 2015

Historical Events

1858 - John Brown holds antislavery convention
1898 - The first games of the Italian Football League are played.
1907 - Tommy Burns beats Jack O'Brien in 20 for heavyweight boxing title
1916 - German munitions bunker in Fort Douaumont explodes killing 679 German soldiers
1963 - “Dr No” premieres in US
1970 - Construction workers break up an anti-war rally in NYC’s Wall Street

More Historical Events »

Famous Birthdays

1326 - Joanna I of Auvergne, queen of France (d. 1360)
1753 - Miguel Hidalgo y Castilla, father of Mexican independence
1786 - Jean Vianney, French Catholic priest (d. 1859)
1901 - Turkey Stearnes, baseball player (d. 1979)
1957 - Bill Cowher, Crafton Pennsylvania, American football coach
1977 - Jennifer Walcott, American Playboy Playmate

More Famous Birthdays »

Famous Deaths

1725 - John Lovewell, US indian fighter, dies in battle
1766 - Samuel Chandler, English non-conformist minister (b. 1693)
1773 - Ali Bey Al-Kabir, Egyptian Mameluk head, dies (b. 1728)
1979 - Talcott Parsons, US sociologist, dies at 76
1991 - Jean Langlais, composer, dies at 84
2014 - Roger L. Easton, American scientist, inventor and designer of GPS, dies at 93

More Famous Deaths »