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Old 10-08-2019, 01:42 PM   #1
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DHall thinks Bill Callahan could get the HC job next year

I figured he needed his own thread.

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pod: "Coach Callahahan and Jay Gruden really didn't get along, to the point that Jay went in there and said, 'It's either me or Coach Callahan,' last year."

"Don't be surprised, you heard it here first, if Bill Callahan actually retains this job, as the head coach. Don't be surprised."

DHall seems to have good insight from inside, what are your thoughts?
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Old 10-08-2019, 01:56 PM   #2
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Re: Bill Callahan

No thanks!! The only reason hes with the Redskins is Bruce Allen since they go to the Raiders days. Would not surprise me if stupid Allen gives him the job. We need some young, hungry, creative, discipline blood.
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Old 10-08-2019, 01:58 PM   #3
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Wouldn't surprise me at all. If Allen is staying not much else is going to change and pretty much nobody significant is going to be interested in coming here. Same shit different day.
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Old 10-08-2019, 02:12 PM   #4
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Wouldn't surprise me at all. If Allen is staying not much else is going to change and pretty much nobody significant is going to be interested in coming here. Same shit different day.
If you look at the records of the head coaches Gibbs, Schottenheimer, and Shannahan under Snyder compared to without Snyder the difference in record is glaring. Until Snyder hires a real GM and lets him run the show, mediocrity for the Redskins will be the ceiling.
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Old 10-08-2019, 02:18 PM   #5
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Wouldn't surprise me at all. If Allen is staying not much else is going to change and pretty much nobody significant is going to be interested in coming here. Same shit different day.
Yeah agree. The only glimmer of hope we have is if Snyder gets starry-eyed over an established name and turns over full autonomy of football operations in order to land that big name. That gets Bruce out of the equation and you end up with a Gibbs II or Shanahan style situation, which admittedly were not overly successful but they were better than anything we put out there with Bruce leading football operations.

If we end up with Callahan to coach and Bruce is still overseeing football operations, that's same shit different day. Perfect term for it.

I'm in favor of ANY METHOD of removing Bruce Allen from football operations. If that method is trade a 1st round pick for Mike Tomlin and give Mike Tomlin full autonomy, it may be a shitty deal, but it's still better than having Bruce involved.
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Old 10-08-2019, 02:30 PM   #6
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Re: DHall thinks Bill Callahan could get the HC job next year

Callahan is an upgrade over Gruden, that's for sure....his football mind appears to be a lot sharper than Jay Gruden's too....whether the changes that he implements transform into success has to be seen....he wants to put heavy emphasis on being a physical running team....the only problem with that is the Redskins offensive line appear to be less stronger at the point of attack than the defensive fronts they have faced.....the running backs have been easily swallowed up by defenders and the offensive line have failed to create holes for the ball carriers....
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Old 10-08-2019, 03:12 PM   #7
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Yeah agree. The only glimmer of hope we have is if Snyder gets starry-eyed over an established name and turns over full autonomy of football operations in order to land that big name. That gets Bruce out of the equation and you end up with a Gibbs II or Shanahan style situation, which admittedly were not overly successful but they were better than anything we put out there with Bruce leading football operations.

If we end up with Callahan to coach and Bruce is still overseeing football operations, that's same shit different day. Perfect term for it.

I'm in favor of ANY METHOD of removing Bruce Allen from football operations. If that method is trade a 1st round pick for Mike Tomlin and give Mike Tomlin full autonomy, it may be a shitty deal, but it's still better than having Bruce involved.
Tomlin would interest me if the deal was he gets to pick his own GM. Otherwise he'd be dealing with the same BS no other coaches have been able to overcome here.
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Tomlin would interest me if the deal was he gets to pick his own GM. Otherwise he'd be dealing with the same BS no other coaches have been able to overcome here.
If Bruce Allen is still affiliated with this team on Jan. 1, I am probably going to turn over a new leaf and find another team to support. 30 years (almost) of no relevance is more than enough.

Frankly, I'd love to see a new GM and Cowher (I doubt he'd ever bite, but I always loved him as a coach).
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If Bruce Allen is still affiliated with this team on Jan. 1, I am probably going to turn over a new leaf and find another team to support. 30 years (almost) of no relevance is more than enough.

Frankly, I'd love to see a new GM and Cowher (I doubt he'd ever bite, but I always loved him as a coach).
I won't pick another team but I will just stop watching the skins
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Tomlin would interest me if the deal was he gets to pick his own GM. Otherwise he'd be dealing with the same BS no other coaches have been able to overcome here.
Agree. In retrospect, Joe Gibbs II was amazingly successful compared to all others. Made the playoffs twice, delivered the last playoff victory, all without a franchise QB.

You really do have to grade everyone on the Dan Snyder curve.
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Old 10-08-2019, 04:14 PM   #11
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Agree. In retrospect, Joe Gibbs II was amazingly successful compared to all others. Made the playoffs twice, delivered the last playoff victory, all without a franchise QB.

You really do have to grade everyone on the Dan Snyder curve.
Joe Gibbs 124-60 .673 pct without Snyder

Joe Gibbs 30-34 .468 pct with Snyder
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Old 10-09-2019, 08:18 AM   #12
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Tomlin would interest me if the deal was he gets to pick his own GM. Otherwise he'd be dealing with the same BS no other coaches have been able to overcome here.
I think Tomlin still has a couple years left on his contract and there's no way I see he him opting out for the Skins job. He's not that desperate.
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I think Tomlin still has a couple years left on his contract and there's no way I see he him opting out for the Skins job. He's not that desperate.
This. I don't understand all the talk with Tomlin?? I know Ed Werder reported it, but WTF do you throw his name out there? I mean if you're just compiling a wish list of any coach you would want...why not name Sean McVay??? Pederson? Reich?? Hell why not say you'll target Belichick...the best of them all??? It's ridiculous.
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Old 10-09-2019, 11:34 AM   #14
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I think Tomlin still has a couple years left on his contract and there's no way I see he him opting out for the Skins job. He's not that desperate.

Plenty of talk out there about a potential trade, that would be the most likely scenario to get him here



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Old 10-08-2019, 02:02 PM   #15
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Re: Bill Callahan

Callahan hasn't been very good as a head coach either in the pros or in college. He made a Super Bowl on the heels of Jon Gruden with the Raiders, then went 4-12 the next year. He didn't do much at Nebraska either. Do not want as head coach. He was supposed to be a good O-line coach, what the hell has happened here with that?
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