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Old 11-15-2009, 07:58 AM   #61
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At this point I only want a coach that has won a superbowl. No more offensive coordinators, college or QB coaches. The only exception I'll make is Russ Grimm.
Why is that? You only want experienced, proven winners, yet you'll make an exception for someone who's exactly the opposite?
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Old 11-15-2009, 08:06 AM   #62
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George Seifert........ really? This isnt the 90's...

Skins need a GM first, then have him pick a coach.
I was thinking the same thing -- Seifert won because he had Bill Walsh's team still intact. He bombed in Carolina. Seifert is done.
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Old 11-15-2009, 01:22 PM   #63
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Jim Harbaugh has done a great job at Stanford, and they won't be able (most likely) to keep him more than another year. But he seems to be eyeing a bigger college program
If there's one guy Danny should throw money at is Harbaugh, this guy is for real. 51 pts against Oregon and 55 against USC. Why college instead of the pro's.
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Old 11-15-2009, 01:29 PM   #64
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If there's one guy Danny should throw money at is Harbaugh, this guy is for real. 51 pts against Oregon and 55 against USC. Why college instead of the pro's.
He really likes the college game. That's not to say he won't go to the NFL if the right offer comes along.
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Old 11-15-2009, 01:57 PM   #65
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Grimm would be the exception because he was a member of the greatest offensive line ever assembled, which happens to be our greatest area of need. Also, it's no coincidence that he's been the o-line/assistant head coach for 2 different teams with superbowl appearances. He's one assistant that is way past due for a head coaching job. He would be a perfect fit in Washington. Where he coaches, the wins follow.
Has he ever even been an offensive coordinator, has he called plays? Who's to say Grimm would be a good head coach? I've got no problem with taking someone who hasn't been head coach, but I don't want another staff brought here without anyone with experiencing calling plays on offense. So if we bring Grimm in as HC, I hope someone like Bratkowski comes along as OC
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Old 11-15-2009, 04:28 PM   #66
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Unless Harbough is using an NFL style of scheme I would not bring him in. We tried the College approach in Spurrier who was supposed to be the next best thing since sliced bread. His teams put up lots of points on the boards. He comes to the Skins and he fails. Perhaps not given enough time to establish his people for his style of play but clearly his system was easily figured out and defended. He goes back to the college ranks and does pretty good again.

In other words some people were meant to coach college players.

As for Grimm, I do like him and most likely would be good for the O-lineman....but like Smootsmack I have issues with someone who has never called plays before. So if he's actually out in Arizona picking the next play and has an understanding of the offense he wants to run then I would hope he picks up the best OC to back him up. I just don't know if he's worth bringing in. I look at Grimm like I look at Buges. Someone who is good at his position but I don't think he would be a good HC.
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Has he ever even been an offensive coordinator, has he called plays? Who's to say Grimm would be a good head coach? I've got no problem with taking someone who hasn't been head coach, but I don't want another staff brought here without anyone with experiencing calling plays on offense. So if we bring Grimm in as HC, I hope someone like Bratkowski comes along as OC
Exactly; people will say he's tough and fix the o-line and all.. but you need more than that from an HC

he's been with the Steelers and the Cardinals.. neither one of them have a good o-line

so I guess bugel should get a spot somewhere too?
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Old 11-16-2009, 12:47 PM   #68
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Harbaugh's expected to sign a contract extension this week
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Marty or Gruden.
I would say Cowher but i think he ends up in Carolina.
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Harbaugh's expected to sign a contract extension this week
Bummer, I seriously think this guy will be the next great coach. His father was a coach, former NFL player, has great enthusiasm, etc. I would throw gobs of money at him, maybe he can add a release clause.
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Old 11-16-2009, 01:37 PM   #71
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Grim, Gruden, Marty, Cowher, Shanny . . . .They're the Devil! :FIREdevil

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Grim, Gruden, Marty, Cowher, Shanny . . . .They're the Devil! :FIREdevil

Your Mama's gonna be the next coach of the Washington Redskins!
You mean Bobby Bouche's mama?
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Would you not love to take a run at Peyton Manning for QB coach when he retires?
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Would you not love to take a run at Peyton Manning for QB coach when he retires?
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For offensive coordinator. Seriously, he knows the game better than anyone and has the leadership and work ethic to be a GREAT coach.
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Would you not love to take a run at Peyton Manning for QB coach when he retires?
I don't know, I was coming back here to ask you all what you all thought of Tom Moore, the SR. OC of the Colts possibly being our next HC? I have not heard anyone mention him and as "prolific" as the Colts offense has been since 99 he might be able to do something with giving us a high scoring offense. He has 32yrs in the league and 22 as an OC, 12 yrs with the Colts.

Maybe get Polian's son as GM and have Tom Moore as HC? I guess P.Manning would work out well as QB coach......maybe. He would be able to teach the offense to whoever we brought in as QB.
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