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If Rivera is fired, who is the new coach?

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My prediction: some Huddlers will love him, some will hate him, no one will have a clue about him until at least week 8

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[quote name='Zod' timestamp='1356618039' post='2063490']


So why post in it, negative nancy.

When was the last time you posted something positive?
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At least this was a well thought out HC thread, and one done with some research behind the candidates.

Two names brought up on this thread will probably not be in for any real consideration. Perry Fewell interviewed with us last year, even if Marc Ross is brought in, I'm just not sure that he's a likely candidate. And Mike McCoy sucked ass in his time here as a QB coach. Really really sucked. He's been pretty terrible developing QBs in Denver as well, and is riding the success of Peyton.

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[quote name='Zod' timestamp='1356618039' post='2063490']


So why post in it, negative nancy.

When was the last time you posted something positive?
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About as long ago as you posting something worthwhile.

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[quote name='jayflip' timestamp='1356618873' post='2063502']


At least this was a well thought out HC thread, and one done with some research behind the candidates.

Two names brought up on this thread will probably not be in for any real consideration. Perry Fewell interviewed with us last year, even if Marc Ross is brought in, I'm just not sure that he's a likely candidate. And Mike McCoy sucked ass in his time here as a QB coach. Really really sucked. He's been pretty terrible developing QBs in Denver as well, and is riding the success of Peyton.
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His suggestions were very well thought out. My only point is that we have about a dozen other threads on HC possibilities.

I just don't understand why people make new threads to discuss topics that are already being discussed.

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Kyle "the man" Shanahan!

But no, he's stayin in DC so my vote goes to [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif][background=rgb(242, 242, 242)] Rick Dennison.[/background][/font][/color]

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[quote name='Zod' timestamp='1356618111' post='2063492']
My prediction: some Huddlers will love him, some will hate him, no one will have a clue about him until at least week 8
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going out on a limb there :)

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The big fish is obviously Chip Kelly. I think we will pursue him if we let Rivera go. As for others I think we will pursue are Greg Roman, Vic Fangio, and Rick Dennison is an intriguing guy if you ask me.

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[quote name='Slenderman' timestamp='1356620866' post='2063531']
Kyle "the man" Shanahan!

But no, he's stayin in DC so my vote goes to [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif][background=rgb(242, 242, 242)] Rick Dennison.[/background][/font][/color]
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What I like about Dennison is as much from his Broncos run as with the Texans.

I would completely trust him to solidify our offensive line which is possibly our biggest problem. He was a big reason Shanahan always seemed to have great running backs imo. And if we're talking about an offense to get Cam to excel in, I'm looking at the Texans. I love how they've used the likes of James Casey, Owen Daniels, and Garrett Graham this year. I think we already have some of the personel to use in the Kubiak/Dennison offense in Tolbert, Olsen, and Barnidge. Draft some o-lineman and a WR with Dennison and that would be a formidable scenario imho.

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Chip Kelly has never coached or played on the pro level. Other than the prospect of a rapid-fire no-huddle offense, what's the attraction there? And what makes anyone think that he could get the Panthers to execute that offense at the pro level well enough to counter what NFL caliber defenses do against it?

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I have no interest in Chip Kelly whatsoever. This reminds me of the Spurrier hype.

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If you go defense, Mike Zimmer or Gus Bradley.

Offense, Greg Roman or maybe Rick Dennison.

I'm still not completely convinced there'll be an opening, though.

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please no more DCs.

no OL coaches.

no mike mccoys.
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