the problem i have is the learning curve in the game management department.
I love the "no coordinators" "no college coaches" argument
How do people get head coaching jobs?!? Are they born into the position??? No they work there way up the ranks.
If an ex-head coach is available, there is a reason. He must have been passed over for numerous head coaching jobs prior. Just like Rivera was. so lets not go down that road again
*Shaw would be a great HC here
i was fine with it when we hired rivera. i don't think we have that luxury anymore. whoever comes in has to be able to affect the team in a positive way right away. they have to come in knowing what to do rather than trying to figure it out on the way. just my opinion, but i think this team needs to be on the fast track for success and that will likely involve someone that doesn't have to learn or grow into the HC job.
to get one that is really worth hiring JR will probably have to spend some serious $$ as well.