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Old 12-13-2004, 08:24 AM   #1
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G.Williams...

Now I've been pretty confident that everything is going to work out in our favor, but realistacly, are we going to retain Greg Williams next season. Every time I see the defense play the way they did, I get more and more worried. Thoughts?
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Old 12-13-2004, 08:28 AM   #2
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The only things I've heard regarding Greg Williams is that he's going nowhere. He even said himself he has no plans of taking a coaching job elsewhere in the next couple of years. He's committed his family to living in the DC area. His daughter is going to school there. And while not confirmed, I've heard rumors to the effect that if he does take a head coaching job in the future, it will be assuming the reigns after Joe Gibbs term is finished.
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Old 12-13-2004, 09:24 AM   #3
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He's being paid like a head coach here and he's doing what he does best, running a defense.

I'm not real concerned about losing him. He seems committed to staying here for the long haul.
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Old 12-13-2004, 12:24 PM   #4
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What do people think about him being our next head coach after Gibbs? Thats the idea I'm in favor of right now, is have Gibbs 4/5 years and then Williams take over after. I know he lost in Buffalo, but with the right offensive guy to help, I think he could be successful as well.
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What do people think about him being our next head coach after Gibbs? Thats the idea I'm in favor of right now, is have Gibbs 4/5 years and then Williams take over after. I know he lost in Buffalo, but with the right offensive guy to help, I think he could be successful as well.
Don't think I'm joking guys, but seriously consider Norv Turner as an OC to Williams should take over as head coach. I hated Norv as a head coach, but he's got the brains to call a great offensive game.
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Old 12-13-2004, 05:33 PM   #6
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LongTime, that's a really good setup... except I'm not sure Norv would come back to work for the Danny.
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Norv Got Fired During The Season And Then Had Some Words About The Skins During An Interview, " They Haven't Had A Winning Season Since I Was There " ......he's Not Coming Back
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If you're thinking about an OC for Greg Williams way down the road, how about Joe Theisman.

He knows everything there is to know about football. All you have to do is tune in on any random Sunday night and he'll tell you...
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Old 12-13-2004, 06:38 PM   #9
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If you're thinking about an OC for Greg Williams way down the road, how about Joe Theisman.

He knows everything there is to know about football. All you have to do is tune in on any random Sunday night and he'll tell you...
Yes. Every week he enlightens me with the fact that if you dont gain 10 yards after three plays, you punt!
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Old 12-13-2004, 07:17 PM   #10
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I think he should stay and be our next head coach when Gibbs retires again.
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Old 12-13-2004, 07:18 PM   #11
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If you're thinking about an OC for Greg Williams way down the road, how about Joe Theisman.

He knows everything there is to know about football. All you have to do is tune in on any random Sunday night and he'll tell you...
Hey that's pretty funny SC, see I knew you weren't all gloom and doom 24/7

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Old 12-13-2004, 07:43 PM   #12
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Norv Got Fired During The Season And Then Had Some Words About The Skins During An Interview, " They Haven't Had A Winning Season Since I Was There " ......he's Not Coming Back
OK Hmmmmm and what coach said on national TV that he'd never play for an owner like 'The Daniel'... oh that's right one of our former head coaches who is now HC at San Diego. Never say never, eh? It could happen....























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Yes. Every week he enlightens me with the fact that if you dont gain 10 yards after three plays, you punt!
And that one key in keeping drives alive is converting 3rd downs
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ok longtimeskinsfan , i'll give you that but marty, at the time, hadnt yet been fired by dannyboy. norv has but your right , never say never, stranger things hav happened, like robin williams agreeing to be in that movie "the birdcage". that was horrible
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or robert deniro in "rocky and bullwinkle." What happened to him? You coulda been a contenda!
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