Keep Kiffin Website

It has come to my attention that a certain keep Kiffin website has garnered national attention. Numerous emails from Raider Nation made it possible to get the exposure from places such as profootballtalk.com. ESPN is likely next.

It isn’t always the popular thing, but I won’t be signing the online petition.

Wanting to keep a 5-13 head coach is truly and utterly a commitment to mediocrity.

He whines about not having control. Like I’ve said in the past few days, he wasn’t hired to be GM.

Has any other coach, including Gruden, been such an open critic of his employer?

It’s unproffesional behavior. If Al Davis is truly as bad a Kiffin seems to think, why does he sink to Davis’ level and also risk losing his pay?

Kiffin is acting like a guy that wants to be fired. If he wanted to keep his job he could fight this battle in secret. That way Al Davis shoulders the entire blame.

I am getting very tired of the situation. I still estimate it won’t be long before it’s over.

Posted by ShoZu

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  • Already done. RT @Josh_Hastings: Does he get to appeal or no?
    about 47 mins ago
  • @ferone10 Wrong. I'd put our talent roster up against any in the league.
    about 47 mins ago
  • Tamme, Caldwell and Latimer. Plenty of options. Julius Thomas could also see bigger role in passing game. No problem.
    about 48 mins ago
  • Good thing Bleacher Report doesn't test for caffeine.
    about 51 mins ago
  • #Broncos will be fine. Transition away from Welker was already underway.
    about 52 mins ago