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Old 11-08-2013, 04:04 PM   #376
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I let him walk now or extend him, likely the former. I don't go into next off-season with a lame duck HC
Why should it be any different for a coach than a player? You see teams not re-sign a player in his final year to see if he proves he deserves another contract. To me, it's step up or step out. He doesn't deserve a contract extension at this point, and to be sure he's up to the challenge of proving himself.
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Old 11-08-2013, 04:06 PM   #377
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true but teams lately seem to be thriving under younger coaches,

PITT, BAL , SF etc.
In each of those situation, the coach inherited a team that wasn't a complete mess and had talent. Had any of the Harbaugh's inherited this mess, I assure you they wouldn't have had the same results.
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Old 11-08-2013, 04:07 PM   #378
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Because a coach has a greater impact. A FA isn't going to reconsider signing if Moss is in his last year but he might if Shanahan does
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I let him walk now or extend him, likely the former. I don't go into next off-season with a lame duck HC
You're probably right.

So do you let him walk and promote Kyle or clean house entirely?
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Old 11-08-2013, 04:16 PM   #380
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You're probably right.

So do you let him walk and promote Kyle or clean house entirely?
I'd move them both probably
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I guess i'll never get the obsession over "young guns" people thrive for. If the coach can coach.. Who cares his age? He's not going out and catching passes.
Well, it's a simple as this. Let's say you have two head coaches, one in his early 30's, the other in his early 60's. Let's say both have the same amount of success in their first five years of coaching the Redskins - both are able to bring a Super Bowl championship to Washington. The coach in his early 30's wants to coach until he hits retirement age, the other the same. Which one do you want? Do you want a coach who's going to coach for a few years and retire, or the one who could possibly be successfully coaching your team for the next 30 years? I think about how great it would be to even have a championship coach for a ten year tenure, but could you imagine one being a championship coach for 30 years? It would justify the last 22 years of suckiness we've had to endure.
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Well, it's a simple as this. Let's say you have two head coaches, one in his early 30's, the other in his early 60's. Let's say both have the same amount of success in their first five years of coaching the Redskins - both are able to bring a Super Bowl championship to Washington. The coach in his early 30's wants to coach until he hits retirement age, the other the same. Which one do you want? Do you want a coach who's going to coach for a few years and retire, or the one who could possibly be successfully coaching your team for the next 30 years? I think about how great it would be to even have a championship coach for a ten year tenure, but could you imagine one being a championship coach for 30 years? It would justify the last 22 years of suckiness we've had to endure.
I think we all just want a coach that knows how to win games in todays NFL consistently. That is why coordinators from winning teams are always so highly valuable... They know what it takes to win.
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I'd move them both probably
SmootSmack, do you have any favorites as to whom you'd like to see coaching in Washington? Someone who you think would be a realistic choice and give this franchise the best chance at success? I hear names that the forum throws out here and there, like Greg Roman, Bill Cowher, and Jon Gruden, and I know someone had mentioned Jay Gruden before, but is there someone who most of us haven't thought of?

I'm still skeptical about moving on from Mike Shanahan. I still believe a better defense has this team a lock for the playoffs on a consistent basis.
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Because I don't think he's a an asshole doesn't mean I think he should be the HC here
Geez, really?

In the past you seemed supportive of Mike, saying things like "all he's accomplished here" etc.

Anyway, you and I finally agree on something
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Geez, really?

In the past you seemed supportive of Mike, saying things like "all he's accomplished here" etc.

Anyway, you and I finally agree on something
You haven't been paying attention I guess
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SmootSmack, do you have any favorites as to whom you'd like to see coaching in Washington? Someone who you think would be a realistic choice and give this franchise the best chance at success? I hear names that the forum throws out here and there, like Greg Roman, Bill Cowher, and Jon Gruden, and I know someone had mentioned Jay Gruden before, but is there someone who most of us haven't thought of?

I'm still skeptical about moving on from Mike Shanahan. I still believe a better defense has this team a lock for the playoffs on a consistent basis.
I like David Shaw a lot, for starters
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I like David Shaw a lot, for starters
No way Snyder and Allen go that way.
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No way Snyder and Allen go that way.
Well...
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I'm for Shaw he has NFL exp.
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I like Chad Morris a lot too, but maybe not for here
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