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Old 11-13-2013, 07:27 PM   #481
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Someone on another board said the same thing, Joe Gibbs. Is this just a joke? I hope it's not serious. Would Joe Gibbs really come back, or is he even being discussed???
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Old 11-13-2013, 07:39 PM   #482
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Kind of interesting that you cite two regime changes where the newcomer blows it up, and struggles mightily. I guess for you it's got to be all or nothing? Couldn't be a situation like Harbaugh in SF, Carroll in Seattle, Gruden who we see every week on the boobtube or the myriad other coaches who've taken a team with talent and made it better.
It might be an extreme example, but still, you can't rule it out. When new coaches come in it's usually because a lot is broken and the last guy couldn't get it right.

What did Carroll take over in Seattle exactly? They were a mess when he got there coming off 9 wins in 2 years.
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I'm hoping they do touch the offense actually. Seeing our smaller, lighter oline get trucked, especially on passing downs, and our franchise QB get trucked shortly thereafter, game after game, I'm not a believer in Mikes version of the zone blocking system. And I think Alfmo will be a great back behind any (good oline). And we all agree wr talent needs to be added. So there's plenty of touching required on offense and defense.

This notion recently sprung up that our offense good to go, this same offense that could only score 3 points in a half against the lowly Vikings, already has my ass twitching.
If we had even a middle of the pack D we would be much better off right now.

The offense is top 10 in yards and points.
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Likely will NOT be Art Briles. He just got extended with Baylor through 2023, they buyout to come to the NFL would be significant.
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Likely will NOT be Art Briles. He just got extended with Baylor through 2023, they buyout to come to the NFL would be significant.
It's for the best. I wasn't really on board with Briles. As nice as it would have been to have RG3 reunite with a familiar face and under a system he has had success in, it wouldn't have been a good fit overall.
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It might be an extreme example, but still, you can't rule it out. When new coaches come in it's usually because a lot is broken and the last guy couldn't get it right.

What did Carroll take over in Seattle exactly? They were a mess when he got there coming off 9 wins in 2 years.
Carroll

a) added talent to an already talented team to make it a contender in three seasons

b) built a contender from nothing in three seasons

c) something between choices a or b

My answer: hire the next Pete Carroll for HC.

He's out there somewhere...
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Didn't answer the poll.

IMO Mike's future here should depend on his plan/choices to replace his OC, DC and special teams coaches. Also, how will he improve the offensive scheme to be a better pass-protecting unit and require less physical pummeling of the franchise QB. Running QBs never last, regardless whether they're "design" runners or running for their life lmao.
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I say give Shanahan a 2 year extension with the stipulation that he needs to replace Haslett and Burns and not hire any former Broncos coaches or players from his days there.
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I say give Shanahan a 2 year extension with the stipulation that he needs to replace Haslett and Burns and not hire any former Broncos coaches or players from his days there.
If Kyle were to leave I wouldn't be opposed to Kubiak as OC, assuming he is fired in HOU.
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Re: Who's your pick's for next HC, DC and OC?

Redskins new head coach should be..... Darrell Bevell

But...

His offense already benefits what type of roster we have, and he's a hard knock guy.
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The head coach and both coordinators do not add anything on game day.

Kyle is going to get a lot of credit for building the offense that is mimmicked across america on Saturdays. He's going to have employment for life. He doesn't need this specific job. He'll land on his feet.

Haslett might be nearing the end as an NFL coach. I don't think he's been that bad of a defensive coordinator. His schemes are mostly hit or miss. I just don't know what he's adding at this point for the trouble.

I don't even know what Mike Shanahan does on gamedays anymore. If you hid him in the locker room and made us play without a head coach for three quarters, I doubt anyone on earth could tell you which quarter he was present for. He's invisible.
Mike on game days is there to scream at refs and get redder in the face.
If Kyle is respected elsewhere, then send him on his way. I don't see how building an offense around a QB and misusing him in the nfl is something to advance a career. Why aren't we trying to build a dynasty around our franchise QB? This wreck less shanahan read option only makes sense if we have 3 RG3's on the roster. What team would really draft a read option QB year in and out, when they ought to find a pocket passer and protect him?

Sundays shouldn't be an extension of Saturdays.
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Redskins new head coach should be..... Darrell Bevell

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His offense already benefits what type of roster we have, and he's a hard knock guy.
Roman, Shaw and Bevell are my candidates, but I say give Shanahan the chance to do something with cap space money. My only concern is who he selects as his D coordinator, it better be good like Zimmerman, Manusky, Fewell.
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Carroll

a) added talent to an already talented team to make it a contender in three seasons

b) built a contender from nothing in three seasons

c) something between choices a or b

My answer: hire the next Pete Carroll for HC.

He's out there somewhere...
Carroll turned that roster over very effectively, and very quickly.

I just don't agree they had much talent to begin with, he pretty much gutted that team. If anything you should give him more credit for really putting his stamp on them. He's also one of the few guys in the league along with Shanahan that has almost total control. I thought you weren't a fan of that setup?

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On the morning of January 9, 2010, Carroll reportedly came to agreement with the Seahawks on a 5-year contract that would appoint him as head coach.[69] He was officially hired as the Seahawks head coach on January 11.[44] He was also named executive vice president of football operations, effectively making him the Seahawks' general manager as well. While the Seahawks have a general manager in John Schneider, he serves mainly in an advisory role to Carroll, who has the final say in football matters. In fact, Schneider was actually hired by Carroll--a rare case of the head coach hiring the general manager. He is one of four current NFL coaches who also have the title or powers of general manager, along with the Patriots' Bill Belichick, Washington Redskins' Mike Shanahan and Kansas City Chiefs Andy Reid.

In his first season, Carroll almost completely overturned the Seahawks roster, totaling over 200 transactions in the course of only one season. However, these moves paved the way for a 42 start to the 2010 season.
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Where would Seattle be had they rolled with Matt Flynn as their QB?
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