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Choose Your 2014 Redskins Head Coach (Volume 2)

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View Poll Results: The 2014 Redskins HC Should Be
Art Briles 18 18.37%
Jay Gruden 36 36.73%
Jon Gruden 8 8.16%
Mike Shanahan 18 18.37%
Kevin Sumlin 18 18.37%
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:50 PM   #796
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Skins D vs Giants D 2013

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

Yup, almost
And you think those stats merit head coaching consideration? The day we fire mike Shanahan and hires fewell is the day this organization crossed the point of no return in being the worst in the NFL.
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:53 PM   #797
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And you think those stats merit head coaching consideration? The day we fire mike Shanahan and hires fewell is the day this organization crossed the point of no return in being the worst in the NFL.
Yes he's worthy of being interviewed based on his resume.

It doesn't mean he's being strongly considered for the job.
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:18 PM   #798
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And you think those stats merit head coaching consideration? The day we fire mike Shanahan and hires fewell is the day this organization crossed the point of no return in being the worst in the NFL.
So are coaches suppose to be hired strictly based on stats? No coach can have success without good players on the field. Fewell is well deserving of a interview.
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:24 PM   #799
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A whole lotta stupid in this thread
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:26 PM   #800
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Fewell would be a solid pick, who would he hire as is his OC?
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:27 PM   #801
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Looks like L. Smith to Tampa .....
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:31 PM   #802
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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.
I think you may be expecting too much from a HC candidate. Not many coaches have perfect credentials before becoming successful as HC. Just for a point of reference:

Bill Bellichick - 36-44 as Cleveland's HC

Tom Coughlin - 60-68 (19-29 in last three years) as JAX HC

Sean Payton - had play calling responsibilities taken away from him by Jim Fassel in 2002 after several poor offensive showings; then he was assistant HC to Parcells in Dallas with a record of (25-23) and Offensive Rank in points of (21, 25, 15)

John Harbaugh - Eagles ST coach for 9 years , then DB coach for 1 . . . That's it?

Mike Tomlin- very successful as DB coach of TB from 2001-2005, then was Vikings DC where his defense ranked 8th overall, 1st against the Run, and last against the Pass,

So, yeah, most of these guys did some awesome stuff that I didn't mention, but the point is, not everyone has stellar credentials and everyone has some blemishes on their record.
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A whole lotta stupid in this thread
I second this. I am amazed at how silly some of the comments have been.
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:37 PM   #805
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There is zero chance he ever coaches again.
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:54 PM   #806
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I have a feeling we are going to end up with option 4 or 5 after it's all said and done.
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:21 PM   #807
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Re: Choose Your 2014 Redskins Head Coach (Volume 2)

Art Briles.


I am impressed with watching the Eagles offense. Im currently watching the Baylor game and his fuel on the sideline is something we need in Washington

Imagine us spreading the ball out and utilizing Garcon in open space and Morris running the football against 6 man boxes
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:46 PM   #808
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I am impressed with watching the Eagles offense. Im currently watching the Baylor game and his fuel on the sideline is something we need in Washington

Imagine us spreading the ball out and utilizing Garcon in open space and Morris running the football against 6 man boxes
I have no doubt Briles is a better coach than Shanny. Still worry about the defense though. The right guy will make the unit respectable overnight. Otherwise the teams ceiling is probably .500 even if Briles is awesome.
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:51 PM   #809
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well, i think the two guys we're talking to show that at least we're looking in the right places (seahawk's OC, carolina's DC). we'll see who else shows up on their list, but that's a good start.

I still think shaw would be best if that were a doable thing.
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I see no problems in being meticulous in our coaching search. I think we have a lot of pieces in place and we need to make sure we have a coach that can take those pieces (as well as the cap resources) and make our team successful.
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