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Old 12-31-2013, 11:40 PM   #751
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Remind me who's Mcdermit?
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Old 12-31-2013, 11:44 PM   #752
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Remind me who's Mcdermit?
Sean McDermott, Panthers D coordinator.. Allen will interview him Saturday in Charlotte.
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:28 AM   #753
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Yeah, both these candidates seem fairly pedestrian to me. Are any other teams even talking to them? Are they the only ones who have picked up the phone?
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:34 AM   #754
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Goerge dickle says he's a alright d cord
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:47 AM   #755
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Bevell is a hot name. Connected to multiple jobs. McDermott put together a terrible defense in Philly just a couple of years ago. No to him.

Is there any interest in Gregg Williams from the team?
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Old 01-01-2014, 01:07 AM   #756
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I know Bevell will be a hot name this year, he was last year too. Only thing I remember about McDermott was him being Jim Johnson's replacement in Philly a couple years ago, and he was shitty enough at it to be replaced after 1 season. Not exactly an inspiring candidate for me, although the Panthers d is decent I suppose.
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:05 AM   #758
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I'm also in the 'eh' camp on Bevell. His offenses have never jumped off the screen to me. Wilson makes a ton of plays, Lynch makes a ton of plays, other than that I don't see anything special about his scheme or playcalling. Gruden shows a lot more imaginiation and diversity in scheme but I get the strong feeling he doesn't want to come here.
With the McDermott interview, which is interesting, it does raise the thought of HC-McDermott, OC-Chudzinski.
What have you heard about Jay Gruden that gives you that feeling?

I hope that's not the case because I like to see him take an interview with the Skins. He seems to be one of the better HC candidates.
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More of a small town guy, may not embrace the DC "scene", low profile-low drama. Also if it was such a perfect fit, especially with the Allen ties, it seems like we would have moved quicker to interview him. I could be off but its just a sense.
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More of a small town guy, may not embrace the DC "scene", low profile-low drama. Also if it was such a perfect fit, especially with the Allen ties, it seems like we would have moved quicker to interview him. I could be off but its just a sense.
He is a small town guy, and his preference would not be DC but there are only so many HC jobs and he feels he's ready. So I wouldn't shut the door on him being our HC quite yet. I think he's the odds on favorite personally

Also, he can't be interviewed before next week because the Bengals have a game this weekend
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More of a small town guy, may not embrace the DC "scene", low profile-low drama. Also if it was such a perfect fit, especially with the Allen ties, it seems like we would have moved quicker to interview him. I could be off but its just a sense.
It seems impossible that we would......not have been having under the table conversations with the agents of anyone we are interested in.
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Old 01-01-2014, 10:08 AM   #762
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How come there hasn't been much discussion of Mike Zimmer? Did I miss something? Of all the coordinators he seems to have the best track record over a good period of time. He has experience in the 3-4 and the 4-3. He has always been loved by his players and seems (imo) to have the "it" that a HC needs? Any thoughts?
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How come there hasn't been much discussion of Mike Zimmer? Did I miss something? Of all the coordinators he seems to have the best track record over a good period of time. He has experience in the 3-4 and the 4-3. He has always been loved by his players and seems (imo) to have the "it" that a HC needs? Any thoughts?
Who knows, he could be on the radar. McDermott kinda came out of nowhere so you can never tell. With a game coming up this weekend he can't be interviewed until next week though.
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Would Zimmer be willing to uproot his family and move to DC?
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:01 AM   #765
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Re: Choose Your 2014 Redskins Head Coach (Volume 2)

Different approach:

Fact 1: We sucked badly with coaches
Fact 2: Coaches cost money
Conclusion: Working without coaches can´t make us suck more and saves money
Decision: No more coaches
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