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Old 01-22-2007, 01:25 PM   #46
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he is a good coach,but the better part of 2006,the skins looked like shit,but that was on both sides of the ball,and in the lockerroom too!i just wonder what type of offense the redskins would run if saunders did leave?
I think if Saunders left, we'd definitely see more of what we saw over the second half that made Betts so effective.

That being said, while I think Saunders is a candidate and a good offensive coach, I'm not 100% sold, as Matty pointed out, how good a head coach he would be. Could he be a good coach, probably so.

Would he be a playoff caliber coach, don't know?
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:25 PM   #47
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I was rather suprised to see Parcells step down and leave the team he built for someone else to coach. I'm convinced his decision to leave had more to do with TO than anything else.
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:29 PM   #48
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I was rather suprised to see Parcells step down and leave the team he built for someone else to coach. I'm convinced his decision to leave had more to do with TO than anything else.
I don't think Jones is that dumb to let Parcells go over TO. Now if he feels that Parcells is not getting the job done then thats a different story.
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:32 PM   #49
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I don't think Jones is that dumb to let Parcells go over TO. Now if he feels that Parcells is not getting the job done then thats a different story.
I think it was more of a question of how much control Jones will give Parcells. It just came to a head on the TO issue.
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:33 PM   #50
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I was rather suprised to see Parcells step down and leave the team he built for someone else to coach. I'm convinced his decision to leave had more to do with TO than anything else.
You're right. Parcells, Jones, nor T.O. won't ever admit that, but I think that's the case.

But more than T.O. as an individual, I think Parcells has been turned off, in part by the media and their need to always have news or a story to report. Training camps around the NFL have turned into mini dramas that almost appear to be driven by TV ratings. Also I think he's just flat out tired of the culture in today's NFL where individuals command more attention than the team. Parcells never said that, but I think he's tired of doing other things besides 'coaching'.
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:42 PM   #51
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maybe parcell's just got tired of the whole damned jerry jones/TO
zoo?if i had to stay around a couple of a$$holes like that most of the time,i'd quit too!
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maybe his cankles were just tired from lugging all that weight around all day long...
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Old 01-22-2007, 02:08 PM   #53
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That's great news for us, I'm glad B.P. is gone. Hopefully this sets the Cowboys back a couple of years.
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I dont see how this is considered that good of news,what has Parcell done? they might get a coach that will be better than Parcells
If your a cowboy fan would you want gibbs to retire? 2 bad seasons,overpriced freeagent signings not working out,no gm,etc,if i'm cowboy fan I'm thinking let Joe keep running it,well,thats the way I feel about Parcells
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This just made my day. Bye Bye man tits! Can't wait to see who T.O get's to mess with next year.
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A couple of early names being tossed around as Parcells' successor; Norv Turner and Wade Phillips.

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A couple of early names being tossed around as Parcells' successor; Norv Turner and Wade Phillips.

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My vote is for Wade Phillips. I wish him the same amount of success with the 'Boys as he had with the Giants.
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Saunders can run an offense... but how good of a head coach is he? That's the million dollar question. I really don't think he has the personality to be an effective head coach.
If what you said is true, I hope he does to Dallas! :cheeky-sm
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A couple of early names being tossed around as Parcells' successor; Norv Turner and Wade Phillips.

LOL
Well, the best of the weak field of coaches looking for jobs this offseason are already hired...except Jim Mora.

Maybe they should interview James Lofton.
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Well, the best of the weak field of coaches looking for jobs this offseason are already hired...except Jim Mora.

Maybe they should interview James Lofton.
Seahawks hired Jim Mora
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