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Old 11-16-2009, 10:37 PM   #76
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^ I was looking at Tom Moore's bio on the Colts site and thought they had him listed as 42yrs old even though he looked older. Then after Googling him I see he's like 70yrs old. Maybe he could bring in one of his Assistants that knows the offense to take over after 4-5 yrs perhaps when he retires. That way he can help establish a decent offense here and help train a future HC for continuity?
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Old 11-17-2009, 11:48 AM   #77
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With 11 quarterbacks on a pace to pass for more than 4,000 yards, it's pretty clear that the passing game has become more important than a running offense. Sure, it helps to have the balance of the New Orleans Saints, who have Drew Brees' passing backed by the No. 5 running offense. But the rules encourage passing, and to win consistently, teams need a quarterback who can throw for 225 to 250 yards a week and put up at least 22 points. For what it's worth, none of the top four rushing teams have winning records.

Saw this on ESPN,how/or does this effect your list of HC candidates?
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Old 11-17-2009, 12:11 PM   #78
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With 11 quarterbacks on a pace to pass for more than 4,000 yards, it's pretty clear that the passing game has become more important than a running offense. Sure, it helps to have the balance of the New Orleans Saints, who have Drew Brees' passing backed by the No. 5 running offense. But the rules encourage passing, and to win consistently, teams need a quarterback who can throw for 225 to 250 yards a week and put up at least 22 points. For what it's worth, none of the top four rushing teams have winning records.

Saw this on ESPN,how/or does this effect your list of HC candidates?
It means that we should hire the qb coach from Seattle and install the WCO...oh, wait...
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It means that we should hire the qb coach from Seattle and install the WCO...oh, wait...
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Would you not love to take a run at Peyton Manning for QB coach when he retires?
QB coach? I'd take him as a head coach!
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Old 11-17-2009, 01:41 PM   #81
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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
I agree with you about Grimm as HC. I just dont get it. Its like some fans love him as a player, know he's been a O-line coach on some superbowl teams and think he's qualified to be our head coach. In my opinion, he's done nothing to prove he'd be better at the job than Zorn. Now, id consider him as an OC, but thats about it. We need an experienced coach right now. The team needs it. After the Zorn debacle, the players need someone they can respect.
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Old 11-17-2009, 02:46 PM   #82
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Who knows Zorn and Cerrato maybe back in 2010
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Old 11-17-2009, 02:52 PM   #83
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Who knows Zorn and Cerrato maybe back in 2010
If we win some games and finish around .500 you may be right. Its hard to say but for VC to go we would have to lose most of our games we have left.
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Old 11-18-2009, 12:10 PM   #84
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They have indeed gotten much closer over the years. Snyder reached out to Marty when his son was diagnosed with cancer to give him access to the same doctors and the Mayo clinic that he used when he went thru the same thing.

Back OT, I would be very happy with the following set-up:
President of Football Operations-Floyd Reese
General Manager-Phil Savage
Director of Pro Personnel-George Kokinis
HC-Whomever Reese and Savage decide upon!

Phil Savage was the GM in Cleveland for more than a couple of years and assembled most of the "talent" there. He drafted Brady Quinn; he signed Derek Anderson to a long tem deal and kept the two QBs on the same roster. He drafted Braylon Edwards.

The Browns brought in Kokinis to Cleveland this year and have already fired him - - looking for a reason to fire him "for cause" so they don't have to pay him.

And that is your "dream team" to come in here and fix up the place? Wow...
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Old 11-19-2009, 12:34 AM   #85
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Who knows Zorn and Cerrato maybe back in 2010
I can see Zorn staying, Cerrato demoted to something like GM assistant, and Holmgren brought in as GM. It almost makes too much sense.
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I can see Zorn staying, Cerrato demoted to something like GM assistant, and Holmgren brought in as GM. It almost makes too much sense.
This does seem to make since of bring in Holmgren to be the next GM. Zorn has 2 years left on his contract so maybe Synder keeps him if the team continues to show improvement and win 5 to 6 more games this year. I think they would keep Sherm Lewis as play caller and if Zorn would agree with it than if not Zorn is gone. If Zorn goes I see John Gruden coming in as Head Coach and Vinny stays as the GM.
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Old 11-19-2009, 02:10 AM   #87
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I have a sinking feeling that VC will be here next yr which means we are screwed
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if some how we manage to start winning yeah i can see them both here
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Old 11-19-2009, 08:35 AM   #89
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^^^ Ya know this is what I was afraid of. People falling back in love with VC and Zorn.
I knew it would happen, just was hoping it wouldn't. Win one game and everyone forgets 8 games last season where some called us predictable, and 6 games this year where we couldn't beat the lowest of low teams. Sherm Lewis is brought in and now Vinny is not all that bad and is a genious, Zorn looks to have figured out what he couldn't during the first 8 games. This sucks.

I mean it's so clear that Lewis has nothing to do with bailing out Zorn and Vinny. If we were to keep any part of this team as is for continuity since it worked so well moving from last year to this year can we simply keep Lewis? Fire VC, and Zorn. Otherwise can we can the whole expierement and start anew with a true GM and "Rebuild" this team. I am tired of 14yrs of being 1 or 2 players away from winning it all. Any chance we can do what the Capitals did and get rid of all the dead old wood and bring in fresh young healthy legs with a fresh new "qualified" HC?
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I don't think anybody is loving Zorn or Vinny after one win... but it's worth asking what do you do if the team looks good down the stretch?? Do you just ignore that and base your offseason decisions on the first 8 games only?
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