Someone with a fresh perspective from a team that knows how to build a winner is needed. Not underlings from within a grossly mismanaged franchise
All former Patriots coordinators who went to their new teams with a fresh perspectives from the only Dynasty of the last 15 years of the NFL, and they all failed miserably at their new HC jobs.
It's not about name recognition or who they were before they got to you it's just about getting the right guy for the job.
Coach K and Dean in Basket Ball were completely unknown before they were hired by their school and later became living Legends of the sport.
I don't care who we pick as gm, don't care where they came from or what their prior expirence is as longs as the powers that be within the organization think he's the right man for the Job I'm fine with that.
Believe it or not but I do believe that some people that are paid millions of dollars a year are more capably of making a hiring decision on a new GM then anyone here on this MB myself included.