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It’s the bye week.

Forget about everyone looking to get Eric Mangini fired, the actual firing of George Kokinis, the fact that Brady Quinn is still sitting on the bench, that Derek Anderson is the worst quarterback in the NFL, that things have gotten so bad, Jamal Lewis has called this his final season, that Mangini still thinks he should get input on who the new GM will be, Randy Lerner in general, the dropped passes, the potential season-ending neck surgery for linebacker Eric Barton, the unfortunate $7,500 fine laid on Kamerion Wimbley for making helmet-to-helmet contact with quarterback Jay Cutler, that the NFL seems to be less of a contact sport every day, the punter being the best player on the team, the losing in general, the inability to pass for 100 yards in a game, the inablity to score a touchdown in a game, wasting your Sunday afternoons watching this team, the injuries, the inability to get Joshua Cribbs a new contract, the misuse of the Wildcat, the poor playcalling in general, the Ravens, Lions, Bengals, Chargers, Steelers, Chiefs, Raiders, Jaguars, and the rest that is going wrong with one of the worst franchises in pro sports.

Let’s just enjoy the time off, okay?

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