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Green1 09-27-2009 07:12 PM

New coaches who?
 
If Zorn is fired who would you get to replace him? He are my top guys: Cowher, Holmgren, Marriucci, Gruden, Mike Shanahan, Tony Dungy.

Stacks42 09-27-2009 07:13 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
If you are talking about waiting til next season, I would say Russ Grimm

SFREDSKIN 09-27-2009 07:14 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
Tony Dungy or Cam Cameron. By the way, Cameron has the Ravens averaging 30+ pts a game for those he say he's another Norv and was a flop in Miami (yeah, 1 year sure is a lot isn't it)

Ruhskins 09-27-2009 07:16 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
[quote=SFREDSKIN;597543]Tony Dungy or Cam Cameron. By the way, Cameron has the Ravens averaging 30+ pts a game for those he say he's another Norv and was a flop in Miami (yeah, 1 year sure is a lot isn't it)[/quote]

I'd rather go with Dungy. Maybe Cameron is just a good offensive coord and not a good head coach, I mean he was good in SD too as a coordinator. Give me a proven head coach like Dungy.

wolfeskins 09-27-2009 07:18 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
i'd like to see charley casserly as the teams gm and cower or gruden as coach. if cower then i'd like to see the defense switch to a 3-4.

SFREDSKIN 09-27-2009 07:19 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
[quote=Ruhskins;597546]I'd rather go with Dungy. Maybe Cameron is just a good offensive coord and not a good head coach, I mean he was good in SD too as a coordinator. Give me a proven head coach like Dungy.[/quote]

Maybe that's what people said about Gibbs back in the late 70's early 80's and didn't hire him. Cameron made Gus Frerotte a pro bowler when he was QB coach here in Washington., look at what his done with Flacco.

Green1 09-27-2009 07:21 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
[quote=Stacks42;597542]If you are talking about waiting til next season, I would say Russ Grimm[/quote]

If your going to hire Russ Grimm, you should just keep Joe Bugle as coach.

JLee9718 09-27-2009 07:22 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
I said I would never budge in my support of Zorn/Campbell, but I haven't seen any improvement on the offense side. If I had a vote, I'd replace Zorn and Campbell right now. Blatche isn't on my list of new head coaches because his defense didn't fare too well today. They made the Lions look like Super Bowl champs.

Ruhskins 09-27-2009 07:22 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
[quote=SFREDSKIN;597552]Maybe that's what people said about Gibbs back in the late 70's early 80's and didn't hire him. Cameron made Gus Frerotte a pro bowler when he was QB coach here in Washington., look at what his done with Flacco.[/quote]

Well Cameron already failed as a HC, instead of getting "could be winner" coach, why not get a coach that has already won?

Chico23231 09-27-2009 07:23 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
Forget a coach. First, I just want a full commitment by Snyder to not make anymore football decisions. Second, I want Vinny fired and a real GM hired. Then, our coaching search should begin. This organization needs a complete culture change starting at the top.

SkinDogg 09-27-2009 07:24 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
Suck it up and call Schottenheimer. Just throwing it out there.

Green1 09-27-2009 07:26 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
[quote=SkinDogg;597563]Suck it up and call Schottenheimer. Just throwing it out there.[/quote]

I really think that they should consider that.

SFREDSKIN 09-27-2009 07:30 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
[quote=Ruhskins;597560]Well Cameron already failed as a HC, instead of getting "could be winner" coach, why not get a coach that has already won?[/quote]

One year is not even a chance.

Cameron spent the first ten years of his career at the University of Michigan, where he learned from long-time Wolverine coach Bo Schembechler. After two years as a graduate assistant, he became Michigan's youngest assistant and was responsible for tutoring quarterbacks and receivers. He coached many future NFL players, including Jim Harbaugh, Elvis Grbac, Todd Collins, Amani Toomer, Derrick Alexander and Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard. [1].

Cameron was the quarterbacks coach for the Washington Redskins between 1994 and 1996. He is credited with guiding quarterback Gus Frerotte to his only Pro Bowl appearance in 1997, and also played a key role in the development of Pro Bowl quarterback Trent Green[2].

From 2002-2006, he served as the offensive coordinator for the San Diego Chargers. In 2004, San Diego scored 446 points, third-highest in the NFL that year and the third-most in team history. Following the 2004 campaign, Sports Illustrated named Cameron its Offensive Assistant of the Year. In 2005, the Chargers averaged 26.1 points per game - good for fifth in the NFL in that category. In 2006, the Chargers offense amassed a team-record 494 points while paving the way for league MVP LaDainian Tomlinson to break the single-season touchdown record. In addition to Tomlinson, Cameron had the opportunity to work with Pro Bowl quarterbacks Drew Brees and Philip Rivers, as well as All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates in San Diego.

Green1 09-27-2009 07:36 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
[quote=SFREDSKIN;597572]One year is not even a chance.

Cameron spent the first ten years of his career at the University of Michigan, where he learned from long-time Wolverine coach Bo Schembechler. After two years as a graduate assistant, he became Michigan's youngest assistant and was responsible for tutoring quarterbacks and receivers. He coached many future NFL players, including Jim Harbaugh, Elvis Grbac, Todd Collins, Amani Toomer, Derrick Alexander and Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard. [1].

Cameron was the quarterbacks coach for the Washington Redskins between 1994 and 1996. He is credited with guiding quarterback Gus Frerotte to his only Pro Bowl appearance in 1997, and also played a key role in the development of Pro Bowl quarterback Trent Green[2].

From 2002-2006, he served as the offensive coordinator for the San Diego Chargers. In 2004, San Diego scored 446 points, third-highest in the NFL that year and the third-most in team history. Following the 2004 campaign, Sports Illustrated named Cameron its Offensive Assistant of the Year. In 2005, the Chargers averaged 26.1 points per game - good for fifth in the NFL in that category. In 2006, the Chargers offense amassed a team-record 494 points while paving the way for league MVP LaDainian Tomlinson to break the single-season touchdown record. In addition to Tomlinson, Cameron had the opportunity to work with Pro Bowl quarterbacks Drew Brees and Philip Rivers, as well as All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates in San Diego.[/quote]

Im liking Cam more and more but we have to keep the d the same

duetsch215 09-27-2009 07:37 PM

Re: New coaches who?
 
Russ Grimm? HELL YES


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