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Art Briles 18 18.37%
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Old 12-30-2013, 11:38 AM   #631
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NFL - Baylor's Art Briles, Seattle's Darrell Bevell among top candidates for Washington job - ESPN

nice comprehensive list by Clayton by names we've discussed
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:24 PM   #632
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I think inheriting the mess he did from cerrato and zorn The first two years, and then having no cap room to sign players to make the team better the next two more than explain the record. There's not a coach in the league that could have been successful under those circumstances.
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Edit : the effin jaguars finished with a better record than us. No excuses.
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:28 PM   #633
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Edit : the effin jaguars finished with a better record than us. No excuses.
Seriously, enough with the excuses. Bottome line is he had the same winning % as Spurrier and Zorn. Pathetic.
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:37 PM   #634
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:45 PM   #635
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I really hope the Skins do not hire Briles (just looks like he belongs in college) or try to get a coach to get out of TV land like Cowher or Gruden.
Create a future, that works out better than trying to recreate the past. Same concept applies to signing big free agents.
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Old 12-30-2013, 01:08 PM   #636
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Jim Schwartz may not be the best HC but he is a great DC. I would not mind if we brought him in as DC and switched to his favored 4-3.
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Jim Schwartz may not be the best HC but he is a great DC. I would not mind if we brought him in as DC and switched to his favored 4-3.
I will be supremely pissed if we switch to a different defensive scheme again. That'll put us behind another two-three years trying to get the right personnel that we put together to switch to a 3-4 scheme. no No and NO!!
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I will be supremely pissed if we switch to a different defensive scheme again. That'll put us behind another two-three years trying to get the right personnel that we put together to switch to a 3-4 scheme. no No and NO!!
well we never got a traditional 3-4 nose tackle. and seems like we're short on line backer and have good 4-3 de and dt prospects. I don't think the switch will be that difficult.

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Old 12-30-2013, 01:29 PM   #639
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I will be supremely pissed if we switch to a different defensive scheme again. That'll put us behind another two-three years trying to get the right personnel that we put together to switch to a 3-4 scheme. no No and NO!!
I understand some of your feeling. But I think switching to a 4-3 would be more painless than it was switching to a 3-4 previously because of our personnel. Rak and Kerrigan could play as hands-down DE's today. Cofield and Bowen could play DT. Although we'd have to work on our linebacking corps, we'd have a decent DL set.
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Jim Schwartz may not be the best HC but he is a great DC. I would not mind if we brought him in as DC and switched to his favored 4-3.
This team has enough issues in regards to attitude, laziness, cockiness, lack of discipline, goon shots, etc than to bring that pathetic clown anywhere near the team. This franchise is already a joke.
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well we never got a traditional 3-4 nose tackle. and seems like we're short on line backer and have good 4-3 de and dt prospects. I don't think the switch will be that difficult.
Exactly. I think most of the current d that we have would welcome it.
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I understand some of your feeling. But I think switching to a 4-3 would be more painless than it was switching to a 3-4 previously because of our personnel. Rak and Kerrigan could play as hands-down DE's today. Cofield and Bowen could play DT. Although we'd have to work on our linebacking corps, we'd have a decent DL set.
Very true, we also have held off on extensions with Riley and Rak and some depth which gives us alot of flexibility if we do switch. Im think its much easier to go back to 4-3 than in to a 3-4. If we go 4-3, we would have to add a DT.
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I understand some of your feeling. But I think switching to a 4-3 would be more painless than it was switching to a 3-4 previously because of our personnel. Rak and Kerrigan could play as hands-down DE's today. Cofield and Bowen could play DT. Although we'd have to work on our linebacking corps, we'd have a decent DL set.
I'm not opposed to switching back to the 4-3, but I do think it would take an adjustment. Both Rak and Kerrigan were 4-3 rushers before they came here, but both have been stand up 'backers since they got here. Cofield also came from a 4-3 in New York, so he's got the previous experience. Bowen might be the odd man out since he came from a 3-4 in Dallas though.

I think Riley would have an adjustment as well, if memory serves he played something similar to a 3-4 at LSU. I'm sure it's different because in a 3-4 he could always rely on Fletcher to take away some responsibility, whereas in a 4-3 he'd be the only mike on the field. I'm also unsure who we'd shift to outside backer in the event this does happen, maybe put Keenan Robinson on the outside (though this would stunt his development again). Rob Jackson could also play outside, but we might have to upgrade if those didn't work out.

As far as Schwartz goes, I don't know too much about him other than his failed stint in Detroit and his history as d-coordinator in Tennessee, but I remember them having decent defenses. I'm a fan of older coaches that know their place, the ones who aren't head coach material but are very comfortable running an offense or defense.
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:43 PM   #644
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As per Chris Russel, Haslett is staying for now. Hope it's long for long.
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:48 PM   #645
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Heard Haslett, McVay, Foerster and Morris all staying for now

Burney too.
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