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Your top HC Candidates

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Well, its official (or so I hope) that Rivera will not be retained at the end of the season.

With that said who are your top coaching candidates (lets be realistic here)

1) Kevin Summlin

I think for us to get to the elite level Cam needs to be developed into an elite QB. Summlin has a track record of making sub par QBs that don't even get drafted look All Universe. He offenses have always been awesome and he doesnt rely on my gimmick option based poo. On top of that he is doing an incredible job in his first year in the SEC even knocking off an undefeated Bama squad.

2) Brian Kelly

This guy is a winner. Remarkable years at Cincinnati and has already got ND back to the promise land.

3) Jon Gruden


4) David Shaw
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All those college guys and no Chip?
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i would love for gruden to be head coach.

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Mike Mocoy Broncos OC

Bruce Arians Colts OC

Kevin Gilbright Giants OC

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Gruden fuging sucks cock as a coach. What the motherfuginghell is wrong with you guys.
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I'm honestly not that high on Gruden. He took an already stacked roster and got them over the hump, but then things went steadily downhill after that. Not sure he's all that.

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College Coaches

Brian Kelly ND

Bob Stoops OKL

Bo Ryan WIS

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anyone not named Ron Rivera

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1.Bruce Arians Colts OC
2.Brad Seeley 49ers ST coach
3. Mike Mccoy Broncos OC
4. Tom Clements Packers OC

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Me still wants Tom Clements from Green Bay.


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[*]Joined Packers on Jan. 29, 2006. Promoted to offensive coordinator on Feb. 2, 2012.
[*]Possesses 20 years of coaching experience, including two seasons as an NFL offensive coordinator.
[*]Has been instrumental in the development of QB Aaron Rodgers, who set an NFL record with a 122.5 passer rating in 2011 and also set franchise records for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50) and 300-yard games (eight) on his way to earning NFL Most Valuable Player honors from The Associated Press.
[*]Prior to Green Bay, spent 10 seasons coaching quarterbacks under some of the game’s most successful coaches, including Bill Cowher, Mike Ditka and Lou Holtz.
[*]Played 12 years in the Canadian Football League at quarterback and was a seven-time divisional all-star and two-time Grey Cup champion; was inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame in 1994.
[*]An All-American at Notre Dame in 1974, he finished fourth in Heisman Trophy balloting that year.
[*]Practiced law for five years before beginning coaching career.
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Tom Clements, entering his 20th season in the coaching profession, is in his first year as Green Bay’s offensive coordinator.[/background][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Arial Regular', Arial, sans-serif][size=3][background=rgb(254, 254, 254)]
Now in his 16th overall NFL season, Clements was named to his current position on Feb. 2, 2012, after serving as Green Bay’s quarterbacks coach for the previous six seasons (2006-11). Having originally joined the Packers on Jan. 29, 2006, Clements also served as offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills from 2004-05 and quarterbacks coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers (2001-03), Kansas City Chiefs (2000) and New Orleans Saints (1997-99).[/background][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Arial Regular', Arial, sans-serif][size=3][background=rgb(254, 254, 254)]
In Green Bay, Clements’ extensive tutelage of Aaron Rodgers paid dividends, culminating with Rodgers’ 2011 campaign that saw him earn NFL Most Valuable Player honors from The Associated Press. Rodgers set an NFL record with a 122.5 passer rating and franchise marks for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50) and 300-yard games (eight).[/background][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Arial Regular', Arial, sans-serif][size=3][background=rgb(254, 254, 254)]
Rodgers’ career passer rating of 104.1 ranks No. 1 in NFL history (min. 1,500 attempts), and his 17,037 passing yards from 2008-11 were the most by a quarterback in his first four seasons as a starter in NFL history, besting the previous mark held by Peyton Manning (16,418, 1998-2001). From 2008-11, Rodgers ranked No. 2 in the NFL in passing TDs (131), No. 1 in passer rating (105.0), No. 2 in yards per attempt (8.29) and No. 1 in 25-yard passes (150). In 62 regular-season starts under Clements’ guidance, Rodgers posted 22 games with 300-plus passing yards, 35 without an interception and 38 with a 100-plus passer rating.[/background][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Arial Regular', Arial, sans-serif][size=3][background=rgb(254, 254, 254)]
Clements helped Rodgers become the first QB in NFL history to register two seasons with 500-plus attempts and seven or fewer INTs (2009 and 2011) as well as the only 4,000-yard passer in league history to throw six or fewer INTs (2011). Rodgers ranks No. 1 in NFL history with a career interception percentage of 1.8.[/background][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Arial Regular', Arial, sans-serif][size=3][background=rgb(254, 254, 254)]
Clements also tutored former Packers QB Matt Flynn, a seventh-round choice by the club in 2008. Flynn set single-game franchise records in the 2011 season finale with 480 passing yards and six TDs vs. Detroit, becoming just the third QB in NFL history (Y.A. Tittle, Joe Namath) to throw for 480-plus yards and six-plus TDs in a game. Combined with Rodgers’ career-high five TD passes the previous week vs. Chicago, it marked the first time in the history of the NFL that a team had two different QBs each throw five-plus TDs in consecutive games.[/background][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Arial Regular', Arial, sans-serif][size=3][background=rgb(254, 254, 254)]
Rodgers’ first 4,000-yard season in 2008, his debut season as a starter, gave the Packers 4,000-yard passers in consecutive seasons for just the second time in team history, and for the first time in league history those back-to-back 4,000-yard passers were different QBs.[/background][/size][/font][/color]
[color=#333333][font='Arial Regular', Arial, sans-serif][size=3][background=rgb(254, 254, 254)]The previous two seasons, in addition to tutoring Rodgers as the backup and heir apparent, Clements oversaw a mini-renaissance of Brett Favre’s career. In 2006, Favre reduced his interceptions from a career-high 29 the year before to just 18, setting the stage for a near-MVP season in 2007, when he surpassed 4,000 yards passing for the fifth time. He also posted a then career-best completion percentage of 66.5 and a QB rating of 95.7 that was his third best at that point in leading the Packers back to the playoffs.[/background][/size][/font][/color] [/quote]

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[quote name='koolkatluke' timestamp='1353291201' post='2007067']
College Coaches

Brian Kelly ND

[b]Bob Stoops OKL[/b]

Bo Ryan WIS
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Stoops would fail miserably in the NFL.
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[quote name='koolkatluke' timestamp='1353291201' post='2007067']
Bo Ryan WIS
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he's the basketball coach...
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