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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 01-07-2014, 02:13 PM   #121
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There was drama back then too, good read:

The Gibbs coaching search
Pretty interesting stuff looking back at some of the names. Howard S, John Robinson and Dan Reeves. I think Cooke made the right choice. But all the old timers were loyal to Pardee.
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Old 01-07-2014, 02:19 PM   #122
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There was drama back then too, good read:

The Gibbs coaching search
That was awesome! Thanks for that. I especially like the quote where Jack Kent Cooke is depicted as a destructive, meddlesome owner but Edward Bennett Williams "would never do that."
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Old 01-07-2014, 09:14 PM   #123
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I voted Bevell simply because of what I've seen from Russell Wilson. If he could RGIII to run an efficient offense like that I'd be euphoric.

Being around that Seattle defense and their coaching staff doesn't hurt either.

Other than that I have no preference to anyone on our list. I'm not familiar with any of them and won't do enough research before we sign one to give a valid critique.

All I know is I want our next coach to absolutely HATE losing. We need someone with a Harbaugh like passion.
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Old 01-07-2014, 11:30 PM   #124
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I'll take any coordinator from San Fran or Seattle
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Old 01-08-2014, 05:44 AM   #125
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Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen having dinner the night before the interview. Wonder if anyone else got thay treatment
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:35 AM   #126
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Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen having dinner the night before the interview. Wonder if anyone else got thay treatment
Some fans would say RGIII before he was drafted....lol
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:42 AM   #127
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Jim Cadwell may deserve a look in the second round if we get to that.
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:53 AM   #128
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I voted Bevell simply because of what I've seen from Russell Wilson. If he could RGIII to run an efficient offense like that I'd be euphoric.

Being around that Seattle defense and their coaching staff doesn't hurt either.

Other than that I have no preference to anyone on our list. I'm not familiar with any of them and won't do enough research before we sign one to give a valid critique.

All I know is I want our next coach to absolutely HATE losing. We need someone with a Harbaugh like passion.
Yeah I was thinking the same thing.Ive seen people close to the situation talk about how much work Wilson puts in learning the position,film study etc.
I have no idea how much time RG3 puts in,I have never heard anyone discuss it,I would love to know.
If he doesnt,maybe Bevell could help that situation,who knows
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Old 01-08-2014, 11:24 AM   #129
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Yeah I was thinking the same thing.Ive seen people close to the situation talk about how much work Wilson puts in learning the position,film study etc.

I have no idea how much time RG3 puts in,I have never heard anyone discuss it,I would love to know.

If he doesnt,maybe Bevell could help that situation,who knows

He's a first in last out type. I don't think anyone can question his work ethic.
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Old 01-08-2014, 11:33 AM   #130
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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.
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Yeah I was thinking the same thing.Ive seen people close to the situation talk about how much work Wilson puts in learning the position,film study etc.

I have no idea how much time RG3 puts in,I have never heard anyone discuss it,I would love to know.

If he doesnt,maybe Bevell could help that situation,who knows
Certainly, prior to the recent character assassination pieces coming out, there were multiple stories him being first guy on the bus, last one out of the film room, etc. Even in all the "boy emperor" crap coming out, no one has disparaged his work ethic.
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Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen having dinner the night before the interview. Wonder if anyone else got thay treatment
I think that would be fairly standard treatment for any of the serious candidates. If memory serves even Zorn got treated to a dinner and he was already on staff.
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Certainly, prior to the recent character assassination pieces coming out, there were multiple stories him being first guy on the bus, last one out of the film room, etc. Even in all the "boy emperor" crap coming out, no one has disparaged his work ethic.

I have not seen anybody criticize his work ethic but I do not remember reading any stories about how good it was either
I do not remember any football commentators commenting on how good his work ethic is etc., which I have seen them do about Wilson.
If you say there were multiple stories then that's good to know I just haven't seen any
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Old 01-08-2014, 12:50 PM   #134
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Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen having dinner the night before the interview. Wonder if anyone else got thay treatment
Call Sally Jenkins. DinnerGate has begun.

More seriously, dining with candidates outside of the formal interview is pretty normal stuff.
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Certainly, prior to the recent character assassination pieces coming out, there were multiple stories him being first guy on the bus, last one out of the film room, etc. Even in all the "boy emperor" crap coming out, no one has disparaged his work ethic.
So I googled RG3 work ethic and I did find some articles saying it was pretty good,so thats indeed good news.
I thought this was a very good article:
Teammate on RGIII: 'I Don't Think He's Changed Since the First Time I Met Him' | Bleacher Report
This is my favorite line from the article:"Some players, like Polumbus, say Griffin has been unfairly portrayed as an egotistical douche. "
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