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Old 11-04-2012, 11:41 PM   #91
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Yeah tripp pretty soon it'll be time to make a coaching candidates thread. It sucks I was really on board with Mike shanahan but now I'm already looking at the next guy. Same old story for skins fans
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:43 PM   #92
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Yeah tripp pretty soon it'll be time to make a coaching candidates thread. It sucks I was really on board with Mike shanahan but now I'm already looking at the next guy. Same old story for skins fans
One name Greg Roman.
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^ yup same ol shit its disheartening, disgusting, vomitous and truly, it almost breaks my will to even care about football in general, cept to watch the 'boys suuuuuuck

sigh one day maybe, we wont be the complete clown case laughing stock whipping boys of the whole league.

we may be the worst team in the nfl ill bet money JAX and maybe even KC finish with a better record than us.
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One name Greg Roman.
But will he leave for a HC spot? he has it made ATM
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But will he leave for a HC spot? he has it made ATM
Money talks and the chance to work with RGIII especially since he worked with Luck at Stanford.
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Yeah tripp pretty soon it'll be time to make a coaching candidates thread. It sucks I was really on board with Mike shanahan but now I'm already looking at the next guy. Same old story for skins fans
I tried and the answers were idiotic. So never mind that
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:00 AM   #98
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I tried and the answers were idiotic. So never mind that
Who would u have in mind smoot? I saw u said fassels earlier
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One name Greg Roman.
What's so special about him?
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Who would u have in mind smoot? I saw u said fassels earlier
I think Mike Sherman could do great things with RG3. I think Perry Fewell deserves a second chance to coach. I think Brian Schottenheimer is stubborn as a mule but has the disciplined makeup this team might need. I think Jay Gruden could be better than his brother.

But I don't think any of those guys are clearly better choices than our current coach in our current situation right now
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Plus we already know who the next coach is
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What's so special about him?
Niners offense is pretty good and he's the only coach to have success with Alex Smith and has coached Andrew Luck at Stanford.
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:26 AM   #103
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Niners offense doesn't seem good so much as its "cautious" They do a great job of controlling Alex Smith, but a guy like RG3 you want to unleash
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I think Mike Sherman could do great things with RG3. I think Perry Fewell deserves a second chance to coach. I think Brian Schottenheimer is stubborn as a mule but has the disciplined makeup this team might need. I think Jay Gruden could be better than his brother.

But I don't think any of those guys are clearly better choices than our current coach in our current situation right now

I think Jay Gruden is really good as well, Sherman would be a solid choice as well.
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:32 AM   #105
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Niners offense is pretty good and he's the only coach to have success with Alex Smith and has coached Andrew Luck at Stanford.
Alex Smith is more like Jason Campbell bro but he actually has talent around him
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