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RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation) (Update: Interview Wednesday)

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Old 01-29-2008, 01:40 AM   #91
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Re: RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation)

Stroke is far behind Bruschi

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Former Lions coach Steve Mariucci , out of coaching since being fired with five games left in the 2005 season, has to be taken seriously as a candidate for the vacant job in Washington.

Redskins owner Dan Snyder plans to interview Mariucci on Wednesday, and Snyder likes personality and a high profile. Former Giants coach Jim Fassel remains Washington's top candidate, but no decision is expected until after Sunday's Super Bowl.
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Old 01-29-2008, 01:45 AM   #92
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Re: RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation)

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Stroke is far behind Bruschi

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Former Lions coach Steve Mariucci , out of coaching since being fired with five games left in the 2005 season, has to be taken seriously as a candidate for the vacant job in Washington.

Redskins owner Dan Snyder plans to interview Mariucci on Wednesday, and Snyder likes personality and a high profile. Former Giants coach Jim Fassel remains Washington's top candidate, but no decision is expected until after Sunday's Super Bowl.
Lol! JLC created a monster and brought it to life. Glad to hear that the whole Mooch theory might materialize.
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Old 01-29-2008, 01:52 AM   #93
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Lol! JLC created a monster and brought it to life. Glad to hear that the whole Mooch theory might materialize.
Well, in fairness JLC's blog came out after Bram's did. Though JLC seemed to do more research

Either way, neither of them had it before our very own Paintrain back on January 8. Paintrain fo' Life!!

Still, I'm not sure Mooch "loves" VC as much as sources say VC "loves him. That could be a road block.
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Old 01-29-2008, 02:36 AM   #94
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Re: RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation) (Update: Interview Wednesday)

I think Mooch is a good coach for the Skins. I think he might be a good choice and he would be able to help Jason Campbell since he did a pretty good job with a young Favre and had some success with the 9er's
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Old 01-29-2008, 03:29 AM   #95
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Re: RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation) (Update: Interview Wednesday)

I'm not sure why, but the more I think about it the more this move seems to make sense. Mariucci fits with the staff we've hired/promoted; he's a known quantity to Vinny and he'd make a splash, which would still appeal to the somewhat-reformed Snyder. (Yep, I do believe that he did change for the better under Gibbs.) Also, waiting to hire him after the SB would explain the stalling tactics over hiring Fassel. I think if Fassel were the first choice, he'd be hired by now. I think he's Danny's hold card. If things work out, Mariucci will get the job; if they fall apart, then Danny will turn to Fassel.

Of course, I could be 100% wrong.
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Old 01-29-2008, 08:38 AM   #96
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i'd rather see mooch get it before i would fassell.why the hell did snyder even think about pete carroll coaching the skins?he just did'nt learn anything about the disaster we call the spurrier experiment did he???
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Well, in fairness JLC's blog came out after Bram's did. Though JLC seemed to do more research

Either way, neither of them had it before our very own Paintrain back on January 8. Paintrain fo' Life!!

Still, I'm not sure Mooch "loves" VC as much as sources say VC "loves him. That could be a road block.
My sources (the bum rummaging thru garbage outside of Quizno's in Ft. Lauderdale) never lie!
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Former Lions coach Steve Mariucci , out of coaching since being fired with five games left in the 2005 season, has to be taken seriously as a candidate for the vacant job in Washington.

Redskins owner Dan Snyder plans to interview Mariucci on Wednesday, and Snyder likes personality and a high profile. Former Giants coach Jim Fassel remains Washington's top candidate, but no decision is expected until after Sunday's Super Bowl.
Why is the Detroit News more on top than other Sports News sources, such as ESPN, FOX, or CNN?

Or maybe Detroit is following the leader with JLC and Bram, and those two are the cutting edge of Redskins news!
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Re: RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation) (Update: Interview Wednesday)

I heard them talking on the NFL network this morning and there reporter (forgot his name) spoke with Mariucci. He said Mar. did not conferm that he has spoken to the skins but did tell him that he does want to return to coaching. To me its sounding more and more like Mar. will be our next coach and some of these hirings would make more sense.
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I heard them talking on the NFL network this morning and there reporter (forgot his name) spoke with Mariucci. He said Mar. did not conferm that he has spoken to the skins but did tell him that he does want to return to coaching. To me its sounding more and more like Mar. will be our next coach and some of these hirings would make more sense.
i believe adam schefter is the reporter you're talking about. and, if i'm not mistaken, what mooch said was that "the itch" to come back is stronger than it was last year. or some intentionally non-committing statement like that.

i think this makes too much sense not to happen. there's no holes in the theory.
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Why is the Detroit News more on top than other Sports News sources, such as ESPN, FOX, or CNN?
Because Mitch Albom is one of the "sports reporters" for ESPN.
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Old 01-29-2008, 11:27 AM   #102
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Well the one hole is the notion that VC and Mooch are really tight. I don't think that's necessarily true
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Because Mitch Albom is one of the "sports reporters" for ESPN.
The best answer for that is that an ESPN reporter has to cover 32 NFL teams while a guy like JLC only has to focus on the Redskins.
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The best answer for that is that an ESPN reporter has to cover 32 NFL teams while a guy like JLC only has to focus on the Redskins.
Mitch covers the Lions and writes for the Detroit free press.
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Re: RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation) (Update: Interview Wednesday)

whats so great about mooch anyway? He sucked with detroit and he inherited a great 49ers team,am i wrong about this? at this point i dont think I give a shit anymore,I've been reading all these threads for weeks now and this is my first time to weigh in,no hire at this point is going to satisfy me,Snyder is back to his old tricks again and seems to be unraveling everything good that we felt about this team.I know he means well and spends the money,but I wish he would have never bought the team,it should have stayed in the cooke family
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