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Old 10-14-2013, 12:28 PM   #61
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Re: Who's your pick's for next HC, DC and OC?

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A vehicle is only as good as its driver. Look how shanny handled RG3. I can't even think FA's until we hire all new coaching staff but we are going to lose Fred and Orakpo next year.



Billick??!! I would boycott the team.
Wouldn't be the first time Billick's been linked...but I wouldn't worry about him coming here
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I don't see BB coaching again
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I like it. Who fits those profiles best?
Clearly the only choices are Lovie Smith or Jack Del Rio
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What about a defensive minded HC who can manage the team like a CEO, but with an offensive mastermind running the offense?
Conceptually, no problem as long as it's an aggressive D. If you're talking Cowher, no.
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Clearly the only choices are Lovie Smith or Jack Del Rio
Id love me some Del Rio
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Conceptually, no problem as long as it's an aggressive D. If you're talking Cowher, no.
I don't think Cowher is ever coaching again
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Clearly the only choices are Lovie Smith or Jack Del Rio
Del Rio, no. Lots of turmoil and OC/DC changes in CHI under Lovie. Martz resigned because of him. He would have to come in as strictly a HC....and not take on DC duties.

Not particularly fond of this option.
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Del Rio? lol

I remember when some of the same people in here bashed the coaches for dropping to get Kerrigan and not picking up Blaine Gabbart.

The only coaching change to be considered right now is the coach that teaches RG3 how to read the defense, and make the right throws.

Bad clock management at the end of the half? Sure was, but iv'e seen a lot worse from "Super Bowl Coaches"

For instance, how about calling 4 consecutive run plays on the goal and not getting in. When you have your recently paid franchise QB in there?

Coaches make mistakes.. It happens...

Even on the dropped pass to Morris. People were screaming for Helu to be in the game. The same people who wanted to know why Morris couldn't be involved in the passing game more.

The revolving door coaching approach is tiresome, and till we start having players make the plays. It wont ****ing matter who the head coach is... Everyone busted Danny Smiths balls last year... Well, it's not looking to much greener at the moment.
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Del Rio, no. Lots of turmoil and OC/DC changes in CHI under Lovie. Martz resigned because of him. He would have to come in as strictly a HC....and not take on DC duties.

Not particularly fond of this option.
To be clear, I only said those names because Goat loves to cite them as great HC choices.

I don't want either one here
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The only coaching change to be considered right now is the coach that teaches RG3 how to read the defense, and make the right throws.
There is no coach on staff that can (or is being allowed to).

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Bad clock management at the end of the half? Sure was, but iv'e seen a lot worse from "Super Bowl Coaches"

For instance, how about calling 4 consecutive run plays on the goal and not getting in. When you have your recently paid franchise QB in there?

Coaches make mistakes.. It happens...
It's not an isolated incident, it's been happening for over 3 yrs.

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The revolving door coaching approach is tiresome, and till we start having players make the plays. It wont ****ing matter who the head coach is... Everyone busted Danny Smiths balls last year... Well, it's not looking to much greener at the moment.
Average NFL HC tenure is approx. 3.25 yrs. There have been at least 17 coaching changes after MS was hired. This doesn't include any coaches hired in the same off-season as MS.

These are the players MS has brought in, if they're consistently not making plays then the HC's talent-evaluation skills should be called into question.
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To be clear, I only said those names because Goat loves to cite them as great HC choices.

I don't want either one here
Gotcha, great minds think alike.
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I don't think Cowher is ever coaching again
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I concur. Doesn't sound like he's interested on any level.
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Cowher and Gruden are not coaching again and they shouldn't both have been gone for a while now
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There is no coach on staff that can (or is being allowed to).

It's not an isolated incident, it's been happening for over 3 yrs.

Average NFL HC tenure is approx. 3.25 yrs. There have been at least 17 coaching changes after MS was hired. This doesn't include any coaches hired in the same off-season as MS.

These are the players MS has brought in, if they're consistently not making plays then the HC's talent-evaluation skills should be called into question.
Yes, correct.. Although, didn't he bring them in on a restricted budget? It's not like he actually picked whatever he wanted.

Our talent level clearly shows we have holes in critical areas. He brought in PG, Reed, RG3, Alfo, Amerson, Kerrigan, Coefield, etc...

Those are some pretty damn good players, but I feel like the buck stops just about there. You are never going to be 100% when bringing in players.

We left some plays out on the field last night, and allowed Dallas to many. That's the bottom line, and whatever coach change you want to make will not change that fact.

Also, every coach in the NFL has a few poor clock management questions.
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I dont know what ti think anymore at this point. What i do know is i can't put last night on haslett... but i would put it on the shanahans... I've disliked kyle (even last year when things were going well) and his playcalling is just awful... i would wait til the end of the year, cuz barring a miracle this season is all but over.. why? Because.i cannot see.this team playing well enough to finish strong and win the division .. its not the same offense as last year... its not the same rg3 yet physically OR mentally... i think there is problems in coaching and game mgmt .. i think its time for a change, but not sure of a mid season change is the way to go...
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