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Old 11-06-2012, 04:19 PM   #31
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Re: If Shanny's Not Your Man, Then What Is Your Plan?

I think we ought to at least see how the rest of the season plays out before anyone gets funny ideas of major changes in the coaching staff. The Redskins ahve been burned by a lack of continuity for ages, and starting over again is pretty rough. But if we were to do that, I actually like Billick. Or Cowher.
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:20 PM   #32
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For those of you who ask what's so special about Greg Roman, read his Bio:

Greg Roman is in his second year with the 49ers after being named the teamís offensive coordinator on January 14, 2011.

Under Romanís direction in 2011, the 49ers notched a 13-3 record as the offense ranked in the NFLís top 10 in points per game (23.8 - tied for 10th), rushing yards per game (127.8 - 8th) and time of possession (32:04 - 4th). Additionally, the offense committed just 10 turnovers (5 fumbles, 5 interceptions), which ranks tied for first in NFL history for the fewest turnovers in a season, also setting a franchise record.

In Romanís first year with the 49ers, RB Frank Gore was named to his third career Pro Bowl and surpassed Hall of Famer Joe ďThe JetĒ Perry as the franchiseís all-time leading rusher. QB Alex Smith flourished in Romanís system, setting career highs in completions (273), passing yards (3,144) and quarterback rating (90.7). Smith also set the franchise record for fewest interceptions thrown in a season (5).

TE Vernon Davis grew in the offense throughout the season. He took his game to the next level in the playoffs, registering 10 receptions for 292 yards and four touchdowns in two games. Davis became just the fifth player in the Super Bowl era to register at least two receiving touchdowns in consecutive postseason games in the same season. T Joe Staley also flourished under Roman, as he was named Second-Team All-Pro and was selected as a starter in his first career Pro Bowl.

In what marks his 15th season coaching in the NFL, Roman has been a member of the coaching staffs of the Carolina Panthers (1995-2001), Houston Texans (2002-03) and Baltimore Ravens (2006-07). He also spent two seasons (2009-10) on Jim Harbaughís coaching staff at Stanford.

Roman joined the Cardinal in 2009 as the running game coordinator, with position responsibilities of tight ends and offensive tackles. In 2010, he kept those responsibilities, but also added the duties of associate coach and assistant head coach of the offense.

During his time at Stanford, the Cardinal posted a 20-6 record, which was the best over a two-year span in the Universityís history. He mentored two Heisman runner-up candidates in QB Andrew Luck (2010) and RB Toby Gerhart (2009). Over those two seasons, the Cardinal allowed a total of 13 sacks on offense, which marked the fewest over that time span in the nation. Stanford allowed just seven sacks in 2009 and six sacks in 2010, ranking 2nd in the nation both years.

Roman oversaw a Cardinal offense in 2010 that ranked 9th nationally in points scored (40.3 points/game), 14th in total yards per game (472.5), 17th in rushing yards per game (213.8) and 1st in time of possession (34:34). Under his guidance, Stanford offense produced a school-record 524 points. Roman mentored a tight end trio of Coby Fleener, Konrad Reuland and Zach Ertz, who combined for a total of 833 receiving yards on 65 catches with 13 touchdowns.

A year prior, Romanís sophisticated blocking schemes and knowledge of the running game were major factors in the Cardinal amassing a single-season school record of 2,837 yards on the ground in 2009. At seasonís end, all five members of the offensive line garnered postseason honors, while Stanfordís tight ends combined to catch 38 passes for 557 yards and four touchdowns.

Prior to arriving at Stanford, Roman served as the assistant offensive line coach for a Baltimore Ravens team that captured the 2006 AFC North Division title with a regular season mark of 13-3. He helped the Ravens improve to 17th in the NFL in total offense and 2nd in fewest sacks allowed with 17, setting a franchise record. Baltimore also led the NFL in time of possession and set team records for completion percentage (62.6%), third down conversions (96), fourth-down percentage (72.7%) and fewest turnovers (23). The offensive line helped quarterback Steve McNair set a team record for pass completion percentage (63.0%) and most passes without an interception (162). In addition, left tackle Jonathan Ogden was voted to his 10th-straight Pro Bowl.

Prior to joining the staff in Baltimore, Roman enjoyed a four-year coaching stint with the Houston Texans, serving as the teamís tight ends (2002-03) and quarterbacks coach (2004-05). As tight ends coach, Roman tutored Billy Miller, who led the Texans with 91 receptions over two seasons. He also guided former 2002 NFL first round draft pick David Carr, who had his best season under Roman in 2004 when he passed for 3,531 yards and an 83.1 quarterback rating.

Roman launched his coaching career with the Carolina Panthers in 1995, the teamís inaugural season in the NFL, when he was named the strength and conditioning assistant/defensive quality control coach, while also working with the defensive backs and the linebackers. In 1996, the Panthers set a NFL record for most wins by an expansion team, as Carolina won the NFC West crown and advanced to the NFC Championship game. He then moved to the offensive side of the ball as Carolinaís offensive quality control coach for two seasons (1997-98) before assuming the role of offensive assistant for the 1999 and 2000 campaigns. As the teamís offensive assistant, he worked with both the run-and-pass game strategy and implementation, helping the Panthers finish 2nd in the NFL in passing offense and 5th in yards per rush. Roman worked as the teamís assistant offensive line coach in his final season with the Panthers in 2001.

A three-year letter-winner and two-year starting defensive lineman at John Carroll University from 1990-93, Roman earned All-Ohio Conference honorable mention honors following his senior season. He also helped the Blue Streaks capture a share of the OAC championship.

During his junior year at John Carroll, Roman participated in Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Through Physical Education) which aids the developmentally disabled in northeast Ohio.

A native of Ventnor, N.J. and a graduate of Holy Spirit High School, Greg and his wife, Dana, have three children, Connor, Gregory and Emily Grace.
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Re: If Shanny's Not Your Man, Then What Is Your Plan?

Still don't see what makes him a great choice to be HC. Plus we could post plenty of positive bios here
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No, not common sense because I'm not a professional football executive and I'm not qualified to figure out the solution.
What does that have to do with anything?
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John Carrol Univ. from 1990-93. I bet he knows London Fletcher. Not too many guys in the NFL from that school. Pretty impressive bio, to be sure.
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Still don't see what makes him a great choice to be HC. Plus we could post plenty of positive bios here
Didn't you say that about Harbaugh? How did that turn out?
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Didn't you say that about Harbaugh? How did that turn out?
Yeah I guess since Harbaugh's been a good HC so far it must mean Roman will be one too.
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What does that have to do with anything?
My original point was that I don't think it is reasonable to think that a person should be expected to have all of the answers to a problem before he dares to express his opinion that there is a problem. That is all.

The thread is fine. Everybody have fun speculating.
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Yeah I guess since Harbaugh's been a good HC so far it must mean Roman will be one too.
Andrew Luck sure benefited from him and RGIII would be a perfect fit. You watch, someone will hire him and i'll remind you about it.
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Russ Grimm?
Perry Fewell?
What are everyones thoughts on these two guys? Just curious?
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My original point was that I don't think it is reasonable to think that a person should be expected to have all of the answers to a problem before he dares to express his opinion that there is a problem. That is all.

The thread is fine. Everybody have fun speculating.
Speculating is what we do here
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Russ Grimm?
Perry Fewell?
What are everyones thoughts on these two guys? Just curious?
Mentioned Fewell. Think he'd be a great candidate

Not sure about Grimm
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Russ Grimm?
Perry Fewell?
What are everyones thoughts on these two guys? Just curious?
Both good coaches, i would consider Fewell before Sherman or Shottenheimer. Roman would still be my first choice.
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Re: If Shanny's Not Your Man, Then What Is Your Plan?

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Mentioned Fewell. Think he'd be a great candidate

Not sure about Grimm
I think it's quite telling that Grimm has been in the HC discussion for so long throughout the league and he has never gotten a shot. Guess he's just not that intriguing...
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Andrew Luck sure benefited from him and RGIII would be a perfect fit. You watch, someone will hire him and i'll remind you about it.
I gotta give you credit SFFEDSKIN, you nailed Harbaugh. I'm not sure what he's doing that Singletary and Nolan couldn't do but it's really working. He's given than team a identity and that's something we're lacking in the worst way. I'm not sure who the next Harbaugh is but I really hope we find him.
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