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Not a bad choice, but I would like to get an Offense mind type of coach instead right now. Though he done wonder for the Bears defense.

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And a 3-4 defense as well.

The debate will begin that he'll water down to a 4-3 if he comes here. ;)

Had one of the best 4-3's in the league when he coached ChiTown.

Dimbee recommends him.

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I hope he would be willing to accept a DC role asst.head coach. I really want us to take a more offensive pass approach this coming year and pick up an offensive guru i.e. Harbaugh

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I like it. He's a hell of a DC.

Can he bring Philip Rivers with him? Please?

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He had one of the best defenses in Chitown because he had tons of a talent at the prime of their peak and a good run offense, not to mention Devin Hester was having his break out year.

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I like it. He's a hell of a DC.

Can he bring Philip Rivers with him? Please?

No, but you can settle for Steve Crosby.

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I would rather try getting a off. minded coach for once.

What is JR thing with DC 2 HC option?

because despite what fans want to see, it's already been stated the philosphy of the team will remain a strong defensive heavy run philosphy.

i would be surprised if an offensive coordinator got the job.

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Can he bring Philip Rivers with him? Please?

Yes, need a decent backup for Luck.

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He's been a hot candidate for several years, but keeps getting passed up.

Not sure how I feel about this. Nightmares of Cam Cameron in Miami come to mind.

Great coordinator doesn't mean great head coach.

And here I was hoping richardson might break out of his tiny little box.

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