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Mike Shanahan 39 32.23%
Jon Gruden 16 13.22%
Lovie Smith 6 4.96%
Darrell Bevell 5 4.13%
Jay Gruden 3 2.48%
Greg Roman 2 1.65%
Art Briles 13 10.74%
David Shaw 19 15.70%
Kevin Sumlin 5 4.13%
Other 13 10.74%
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Old 11-20-2013, 11:18 AM   1 links from elsewhere to this Post. Click to view. #16
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What would make Adam Gase a good HC?
High powered offense, has been mentioned as a HC candidate.
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never heard of adam gase
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Old 11-20-2013, 11:23 AM   #18
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Old 11-20-2013, 11:36 AM   #19
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Because Peyton Manning owes his success to him.
LOL. I figured that's what it was
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Smoot from what you know or heard. Who do you realistically see coming here as a coach and then as a gm?
Morocco Brown GM, Greg Olsen HC

Actually, I don't know. Brown is definitely the favorite to be GM. For HC a lot of moving pieces right now. A lot of realistic possibilities. Too early to really know
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Doesn't he more or less just call in concepts to Manning and he calls the plays from there? Just wondering how much Gase really does or if it's more on Manning.
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For some reason, Im much more worried about our OC and DC next year. Its seems more likely those changes will be made as opposed to HC. I think another HC mentioned before and I would endorse would be Perry Fewell HC with Joe Philbin OC. I think that would be a great combo on the sideline.
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He made of all things Tebow better if you can believe that and the Broncos reached the playoffs that year. He must have been doing something right, His name is mentioned all over as a very bright offensive mind and HC candidate.
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I picked David Shaw because of the West-Coast roots.

I also want to put in the name Russ Grimm. He can develop offensive lineman, see Jon Jansen and Chris Samuels. He has lead teams with strong running games, won the Superbowl (Steelers) as an assistant coach and had the 5th best passing attack with the Cardinals. He is a Redskins HOF, he can develop players in our weakest position (Oline). Hue Jackson, Ken Whisenhunt or Greg Knapp as OC and Ken Norton Jr. as DC.

Norton is a disciple of Pete Carroll, working 9 years under him and gaining the title of assistant HC defense. With Norton on board, I would like them to retain R.Morris. Knapp working RG3 will help him make that leap forward.
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He made of all things Tebow better if you can believe that and the Broncos reached the playoffs that year. He must have been doing something right, His name is mentioned all over as a very bright offensive mind and HC candidate.
Yeah they made the playoffs but Tebow was garbage.

Kyle was being tossed around as a hot candidate last year too, just saying.

It's not hard to look great when Manning is your QB, that's why I would be a little leery of hiring him as HC along with him only being 34.
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He made of all things Tebow better if you can believe that and the Broncos reached the playoffs that year. He must have been doing something right, His name is mentioned all over as a very bright offensive mind and HC candidate.
Do you think he'll be ready in 2014?
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Doesn't he more or less just call in concepts to Manning and he calls the plays from there? Just wondering how much Gase really does or if it's more on Manning.
Exactly, I mean according to what I hear on the local sports radio stations from former players and others supposedly "connected" to the locker room, Peyton is pretty much the OC - runs the meetings too...

I'm sure there is a cordial "working" relationship there, but I don't think anyone is under the impression that Gase is actually in charge of that offense...in any aspect other than title.
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I picked David Shaw because of the West-Coast roots.

I also want to put in the name Russ Grimm. He can develop offensive lineman, see Jon Jansen and Chris Samuels. He has lead teams with strong running games, won the Superbowl (Steelers) as an assistant coach and had the 5th best passing attack with the Cardinals. He is a Redskins HOF, he can develop players in our weakest position (Oline). Hue Jackson, Ken Whisenhunt or Greg Knapp as OC and Ken Norton Jr. as DC.

Norton is a disciple of Pete Carroll, working 9 years under him and gaining the title of assistant HC defense. With Norton on board, I would like them to retain R.Morris. Knapp working RG3 will help him make that leap forward.
As a HC, in the sense of being a leader of the organization, you won't find many better choices than Shaw.

I think Grimm's window has likely passed

Don't sleep on Hue Jackson as a possible staff addition

Whisenhunt is an intriguing name
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Nick Saban, what cold go wrong? lol
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David Shaw has that Swag about him and he's a winner and young. I'm all in for shaw 2014
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