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View Poll Results: Pick Your 2014 Redskins Head Coach
Darell Bevell 36 52.94%
Jim Caldwell 5 7.35%
Perry Fewell 1 1.47%
Sean McDermott 26 38.24%
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:36 PM   #16
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Re: Who Do You Want to Be The Head Coach?

I heard today that Bruce Allen said that they had already met with more than those coaches that have been mentioned, but that he's not telling who.
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:39 PM   #17
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Out of this list I like Bevell first, McDermott a close second. As much as I dislike Pete Carroll, the Seattle organization has made the kind of change I would like us to take for a next step, and Bevell's experience there might be a good transition for here. The fact that he would build a similar offense to what we have pieces for is a good fit as well.

McDermott, I like him as a guy who could track the defense and bring in a strong OC, but his hire would definitely hinge on who he wants as an OC in my mind.
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:50 PM   #18
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Many think Bevell is a good coach, but doesn't have the personality to be a good HC... Caldwell, while he had success at Indy and Baltimore, I could never vote for him being a Wake Forest football fan.... McDermott I'm not sure about, the guy has about the best front 7 in football, and a good defensive minded HC... How much of the Panthers defensive success is on him? Last is Fewell... I think he is a rather pedestrian candidate and would not have warm fuzzies if we hired him....

I hope this list expands and improves, or the future will look bleak IMO...

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So did Gibbs kinda though . . . Didn't he?
Not even close.
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I'll vote when the list expands more. Right now I'm totally meh on these choices.
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Old 01-02-2014, 09:07 PM   #21
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Good article:

Hue Jackson, Jim Caldwell merit attention over Josh McDaniels - NFL.com
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I'll vote when the list expands more. Right now I'm totally meh on these choices.
Agreed 100%... This is such an underwhelming list, it's hard to be excited about the future if it doesn't improve and grow...

I want David Shaw, Mike Zimmer or Jay Gruden, in no particular order... I would be extremely happy with any of those guys...
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I did feel much better after listening to Bruce A regarding the Shanahan firing and how the coach search would take place.......not necessarily quick, but thorough.
Soooo, my confidence goes with BA and staff
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I won't vote on this list, basically just like Matty I wouldn't be thrilled for any of these four.

Two names I am interested in as HCing candidates are Del Rio and G Williams. I see them as motivators, leaders and both have long standing positive defensive results. I agree with Thiesman in that the OC is more important in working with the kid in the long run.
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I heard today that Bruce Allen said that they had already met with more than those coaches that have been mentioned, but that he's not telling who.
Yes, and there are more to come. And there are some strong names on that list (in my opinion at least), one of whom I believe will be our next head coach

From this list though, I'd take Fewell
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I won't vote on this list, basically just like Matty I wouldn't be thrilled for any of these four.

Two names I am interested in as HCing candidates are Del Rio and G Williams. I see them as motivators, leaders and both have long standing positive defensive results. I agree with Thiesman in that the OC is more important in working with the kid in the long run.
I think you're the first person to mention Jack Del Rio here. If there is mutual interest, I think he'd be a strong candidate.

Isn't Bounty-Gate too much baggage for Gregg Williams to overcome? Also, he didn't leave here on good terms, as I recall.
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I badly want the Bengals to lose this weekend so that Mike Zimmer, Jay Gruden, and Hue Jackson become free to interview.
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I badly want the Bengals to lose this weekend so that Mike Zimmer, Jay Gruden, and Hue Jackson become free to interview.
I think SD will pull the upset.
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Yes, and there are more to come. And there are some strong names on that list (in my opinion at least), one of whom I believe will be our next head coach

From this list though, I'd take Fewell
You already said that's Jay Gruden right boss?
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He's one of the favorites, is all I believe I said
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