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The Saltman    1,398

Looking more and more likely that we are going the Defensive coordinator route who is high on lists that people would consider for offensive coordinator?

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The Saltman    1,398

ya I saw that one. Who is he and is he the only guy that has been thrown around in league circles?

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Mr. Scot    34,528

Say no to McCoy :nonod:

Ken Zampese (QB coach of the Bengals) was a guy we interviewed before hiring Davidson.

His dad was the architect of the Cowboy offenses and a mentor to Norv Turner, but association with the Bengals hurts.

There's also Charlie Joiner (WR coach of the Chargers) as a thought if we hire Rivera.

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Ruff    3,836

I don't know how I feel about McDaniels.

One, he called out his entire coaching staff infront of the owner. Something that's seriously frowned upon.

Two, he was the guy calling the plays in Denver, not McCoy. So, if anyone's to blame on what happened there, it would be him.

And three, well, he's Lil' Hoodie.

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Ruff    3,836

I wouldn't mind seeing Jim Zorn as our OC. Yes, I said Jim Zorn.

I think he could really help develop a young QB, and I'm sure he would leave his Quarterback Coach job to be an OC.

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Boltergeist    212

Rule of Thumb: Avoid the Belichick coaching tree at all costs.

but grab what you can from the Belichick personnnel tree

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Dpantherman    558

I don't know how I feel about McDaniels.

One, he called out his entire coaching staff infront of the owner. Something that's seriously frowned upon.

Two, he was the guy calling the plays in Denver, not McCoy. So, if anyone's to blame on what happened there, it would be him.

And three, well, he's Lil' Hoodie.

To blame? we are talking about an assistant position thats it. He was responsible for the offense, which was successful.

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Ruff    3,836

To blame? we are talking about an assistant position thats it. He was responsible for the offense, which was successful.

To be considered successful, I'd say you need to win games*. What was Lil' Hoodie's record in Denver?

Edit - *Especially on the offense, because it's your effin' job to make sure you score more points than the other team. If you lost, then that means that you didn't do your job by scoring more points.

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Dpantherman    558

Rule of Thumb: Avoid the Belichick coaching tree at all costs.

I agree for head coaching positions. But look at Weis. pooty head coach, really good coordinator.

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