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Old 01-01-2014, 05:32 PM   #781
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If we were to go with Mcdermott, does he stick with Haslett or go elsewhere? Would they mesh well? Would he stick with 3-4?

This article sounds like he might use the players he's got in whatever formation works best considering the situation, which is GOOD!

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Old 01-01-2014, 05:36 PM   #782
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Perry fewell.... Jim caldwell... There is no rational reason to seriously interview either of them.... Unless they're just interviewing bad candidates so the fanbase will be relieved when they hire someone we otherwise wouldn't like
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Old 01-01-2014, 06:24 PM   #783
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To the Lovie fan club, bummer

Lovie Smith headed to Tampa?
NFL Dungy: Smith 'good fit' for Bucs - ESPN

Well Dungy def is encouraging Lovie toward Tampa. I think it's a mistake. That's a damn tough division with New Orleans and Carolina already elite (saints will be even better next year) and Atlanta likely to rebound. Lovie will have to 12-13 games a year to win the division. Come to DC and win the division in probably 10 games.

I think he must really not want to come here. To bad. I still think he's the best HC available by a wide margin and just read an article that his hand picked OC is the guy who developed Aaron Rodgers. Would have been a great situation for RG
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Old 01-01-2014, 06:33 PM   #784
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Perry fewell.... Jim caldwell... There is no rational reason to seriously interview either of them.... Unless they're just interviewing bad candidates so the fanbase will be relieved when they hire someone we otherwise wouldn't like
Caldwell has an excellent reputation for the passing game and QB. They could be asking his assessment of what he'd do with RG3 and get ideas of his perceived strengths & weaknesses.

Fewell has faced the Redskins multiple times each of the past 3 seasons, why not pick his brain to get a divisional opponents perspective on us?

Point is, the interview process isn't only to fill the empty spot. Sometimes it's also to do some information gathering and it's possible you may hear/see/learn something or about someone that benefits you.
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Caldwell has an excellent reputation for the passing game and QB. They could be asking his assessment of what he'd do with RG3 and get ideas of his perceived strengths & weaknesses.

Fewell has faced the Redskins multiple times each of the past 3 seasons, why not pick his brain to get a divisional opponents perspective on us?

Point is, the interview process isn't only to fill the empty spot. Sometimes it's also to do some information gathering and it's possible you may hear/see/learn something or about someone that benefits you.
Exactly, never hurts to pick as many brains as possible. They're both worthy candidates as well.
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out of these names mentioned to date, i like bevell.
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I'm liken the list so far. Any movement on jay Gruden?
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I'm liken the list so far. Any movement on jay Gruden?
He can't interview until next week.
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He can't interview until next week.
At the earliest.
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Old 01-01-2014, 06:59 PM   #790
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Anybody know who Gruden is likely to grab for OC and DC?
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Exactly, never hurts to pick as many brains as possible. They're both worthy candidates as well.
Caldwell was 2-14 in his only year as head coach without Peyton manning. The giants defense was almost worse than ours this year. Nether is a worthy candidate for a nfl head coaching position. Id question if Fewell is even an upgrade at defensive coordinator over haslett.
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Caldwell was 2-14 in his only year as head coach without Peyton manning. The giants defense was almost worse than ours this year. Nether is a worthy candidate for a nfl head coaching position. Id question if Fewell is even an upgrade at defensive coordinator over haslett.
This makes me sad. Bother to check any websites on that fact? :facepalm:
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:19 PM   #793
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Anybody know who Gruden is likely to grab for OC and DC?
Well if we hire him he may look to McVay and Raheem. Other possibilities include Frank Reich, James Urban and Paul Guenther, Steve Spagnuolo
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Caldwell was 2-14 in his only year as head coach without Peyton manning. The giants defense was almost worse than ours this year. Nether is a worthy candidate for a nfl head coaching position. Id question if Fewell is even an upgrade at defensive coordinator over haslett.
Skins D vs Giants D 2013

Yards per game: Giants 8th overall, Skins 18th
Points per game: Giants 18th overall, Skins 30th

Yup, almost
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I'm gonna get screamed at for this but whats Jim Tressel up to
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