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Pick Your Next Redskins Head Coach

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View Poll Results: I Want The Next Head Coach To Be
Darell Bevell 16 16.49%
Rich Bisaccia 5 5.15%
Jim Caldwell 3 3.09%
Perry Fewell 0 0%
James Franklin 10 10.31%
Jay Gruden 25 25.77%
Sean McDermott 4 4.12%
Mike Zimmer 8 8.25%
Greg Roman 9 9.28%
Ken Whisenhunt 17 17.53%
Vic Fangio 0 0%
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Old 01-08-2014, 01:25 PM   #136
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In my perfect scnario, I'd take Gruden as HC with Bevell as OC and Zimmer as DC.


I cannot decide between Gruden, Bevell and Wisenhunt. I'd like to see Wisenhunt bring in Russ Grimm, but bringing in Bevell is intriguing and I love the idea of taking one of Seattle's coaches away from them. I'm just not sure if he's ready to make the leap from OC to HC. If we could get him as an OC, that would be great but I highly doubt he'd make a parallel career move and leave Seattle without a promotion.

McDermott would be a good choice too. I really think it all hinges on what assistants will be joining the new coach, especially the defensive coordinator.
Quite a dream. I can definitely see two coordinators of playoff teams who are garnering attention as HC candidates going to be coordinators for a 3-13 team.
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Old 01-08-2014, 02:43 PM   #137
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While I'm not all in or all out on Gruden, I don't think we should overbid or overpay for him. Make an offer, if he likes it good, if not, don't get into a back and forth for him. I don't think he's a can't miss coaching prospect that you have to get.
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Old 01-08-2014, 02:45 PM   #138
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While I'm not all in or all out on Gruden, I don't think we should overbid or overpay for him. Make an offer, if he likes it good, if not, don't get into a back and forth for him. I don't think he's a can't miss coaching prospect that you have to get.
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Redskins strongly interested in Jay Gruden but facing competition - The Washington Post
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Old 01-08-2014, 03:05 PM   #139
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While I'm not all in or all out on Gruden, I don't think we should overbid or overpay for him. Make an offer, if he likes it good, if not, don't get into a back and forth for him. I don't think he's a can't miss coaching prospect that you have to get.
i agree...make a fair offer and if he doesnt accept then move on.
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"That said, itís no surprise that Jay Gruden would be inclined to avoid a potentially destructive situation in D.C., given the reported attitude of the quarterback and the accepted reputation of the owner. And itís no surprise that Snyder may have to pay a premium in order to lure a candidate who has options elsewhere."

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Lol yeah let's overpay for an unproven coach smfh
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Old 01-08-2014, 03:58 PM   #142
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I'm sorry, I am not a Jay Gruden fan. I've watch some Bengals games, and Andy Dalton does nothing to impress me. All he has to do is throw the ball in the same zip code as A.J. Green and Green will go get it and make him look good. I am not sure his ability to develop QBs is any better than anyone else in the league when you look at Dalton. I would rather them choose the OC from Seattle who is working with Russell Wilson and Lynch. I really like what Seattle does offensively.
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I'm sorry, I am not a Jay Gruden fan. I've watch some Bengals games, and Andy Dalton does nothing to impress me. All he has to do is throw the ball in the same zip code as A.J. Green and Green will go get it and make him look good. I am not sure his ability to develop QBs is any better than anyone else in the league when you look at Dalton. I would rather them choose the OC from Seattle who is working with Russell Wilson and Lynch. I really like what Seattle does offensively.
Well Dalton isn't Griffin and Seattle plays it safe and runs a simple offense because of that def they have. That said I don't want gruden either
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Lol yeah let's overpay for an unproven coach smfh
Well a lot of the people they're talking to are unproven as head coaches.
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Well a lot of the people they're talking to are unproven as head coaches.
Exactly which is y we should not go crazy
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Lol yeah let's overpay for an unproven coach smfh
Remember what happened with our last proven coach

Honestly, if we don't get Gruden, I'd want James Franklin and if not him, then I'll bite on the Bevell pick.
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Honestly, if we don't get Gruden, I'd want James Franklin and if not him, then I'll bite on the Bevell pick.
I just get that bad feeling that we r going after tge big splash again. Idk hopefully I'm wrong but after I was all in for mike.and company it was the last time I'll get my hopes that high
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I'm sorry, I am not a Jay Gruden fan. I've watch some Bengals games, and Andy Dalton does nothing to impress me. All he has to do is throw the ball in the same zip code as A.J. Green and Green will go get it and make him look good. I am not sure his ability to develop QBs is any better than anyone else in the league when you look at Dalton. I would rather them choose the OC from Seattle who is working with Russell Wilson and Lynch. I really like what Seattle does offensively.
You can look at that a few different ways. Gruden could be making something out of nothing with Dalton.
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Old 01-08-2014, 04:25 PM   #150
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Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen having dinner the night before the interview. Wonder if anyone else got thay treatment
If any of them were also former co-workers with Allen, I'm sure they will.

People, especially in the media, read too far into things.

They used to work together and one guy comes into town, so they have dinner to catch up.

Heck, I wouldn't care if he invited Griffin to the dinner to meet the man who might be his new coach.

Stafford sitting in on the Caldwell interview isn't an ESPN newsflash.
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