Looks like Tony Robinson was exactly right.

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He has been saying for almost a year that the players didn't like JG and didn't like playing with him so they didn't play hard for him. He said he could see it in the way the players acted on the field and that JG just didn't inspire the team at all. Looks like a different team with Mauer.
 
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He has been saying for almost a year that the players didn't like JG and didn't like playing with him so they didn't play hard for him. He said he could see it in the way the players acted on the field and that JG just didn't inspire the team at all. Looks like a different team with Mauer.
It's been obvious since last year....

I've said this MANY times.

Having a QB you can rally around is crucial!

It's not just about stats.
 
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He has been saying for almost a year that the players didn't like JG and didn't like playing with him so they didn't play hard for him. He said he could see it in the way the players acted on the field and that JG just didn't inspire the team at all. Looks like a different team with Mauer.
We can all see the first part of this game the team is spirited. Maurer is looking the part. However I will keep it classy and wish JG well
 
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Based on the way the offense looks.....imagine if BM were the starter from game 1, UT would be 4-0? or 3-1? If "ifs" and "buts" were candy and nuts.....
I think if the offense looked like it does tonight, so far, we'd have won them all regardless of who the qb was.
 
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He has been saying for almost a year that the players didn't like JG and didn't like playing with him so they didn't play hard for him. He said he could see it in the way the players acted on the field and that JG just didn't inspire the team at all. Looks like a different team with Mauer.
I hope isn't what actually happened. It would speak of childish mentality to me. I don't want to think they did that.
 
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I hope isn't what actually happened. It would speak of childish mentality to me. I don't want to think they did that.
If you don’t believe your QB can make a play then it’s harder to stay motivated. If your QB proves he can’t make the play and you know you can’t come back then it certainly can change attitudes.
With BM that’s playing tonight we’re likely 3-1.

It really is that simple
 
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If you don’t believe your QB can make a play then it’s harder to stay motivated. If your QB proves he can’t make the play and you know you can’t come back then it certainly can change attitudes.
With BM that’s playing tonight we’re likely 3-1.

It really is that simple
I think you might admit that the offensive has really been handed an open play book. As I stated before, I've always done my job and what was expected regardless of poor leadership. But, I was older then.
 
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I think you might admit that the offensive has really been handed an open play book. As I stated before, I've always done my job and what was expected regardless of poor leadership. But, I was older then.
Everyone else has done there job too.
If the QB isn’t capable of doing his everyone else is irrelevant
 

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