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Fox # 1 NFL Coach On Hotseat?

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The FoxSports Gallery, in the link listed below,has John Fox rated the # 1 NFL-coach-on-the hot-seat-in-2010.

This may or may not be the case,in my opinion.Comments from forum members will be appreciated.

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http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/gallery/NFL-coaches-on-the-hot-seat-in-2010?GT1=39002#sport=NFL&photo=11599697

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he isn't even sitting. he's walking around the seat trying to decide if he wants to sit.

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Fwiw, that probably has a lot to do with not having a contract after this year. With such a young team, if he finishes 8-8 or better, he will be offered a new contract. Don't know if he will accept though.

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He is already gone.

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we're all gonna wish he'd stayed

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we're all gonna wish he'd stayed

I'm sure going to miss those three winning seasons in 8 years and all that mediocre play mixed in with all that underachieving and beyond conservative boring arse football! Yep, I'm going to miss it :rolleyes:

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don't really want to argue about it but he's always been competitive, has built something, and a new coach would just be starting all over again. players in place sure, but you think we're gonna go with someone who is just like fox, and will keep all assistants and schemes in place? losing fox will most likely be a step back, and don't expect miracle seasons like gruden got with the bucs, or tomlin with the steelers.

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He is already gone.

yep, both he and Jerry both understand this is there last year together. Fox is a good coach but it is time for some new blood in here.

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He is already gone.

If he's already gone, then where is he now? Seriously, where do you think he ends up, since the repeated theory is that he would become the most coveted coach on the market?

Final press conference about his tenure in Carolina:

"It was what it was."

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don't really want to argue about it but he's always been competitive,

I wouldn't say always, we have had 5 seaons at .500 or below. Thats not exactly competative. I will give you the fact he is the best coach the panthers have every had but that really isn't saying much.

has built something,

What has he built? Good players are/were either ready to leave or giving up on him...Peppers didn't want to play for Fox anymore so he left and you could hear it in Smitty's voice last year he was very very frustrated with what was going on. You may be able to say he has build a good D but we have always had a decent one...even before Fox! He hasn't developed a QB, or a WR. Not sure what you mean by he has build something :confused:

and a new coach would just be starting all over again. players in place sure, but you think we're gonna go with someone who is just like fox, and will keep all assistants and schemes in place? losing fox will most likely be a step back, and don't expect miracle seasons like gruden got with the bucs, or tomlin with the steelers.

Maybe, maybe not...only time will tell!

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don't really want to argue about it but he's always been competitive, has built something, and a new coach would just be starting all over again. players in place sure, but you think we're gonna go with someone who is just like fox, and will keep all assistants and schemes in place? losing fox will most likely be a step back, and don't expect miracle seasons like gruden got with the bucs, or tomlin with the steelers.

nah, too much talent for a new coach to take a step backwards.

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If he's already gone, then where is he now? Seriously, where do you think he ends up, since the repeated theory is that he would become the most coveted coach on the market?

Final press conference about his tenure in Carolina:

"It was what it was."

If the NYG has a .500 or below year, he will end up there IMO

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