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Florio touched on an interesting question regarding Chudzinski.

If you were an up-and-coming GM or a veteran personnel guy looking to get back in the game, how would you feel about having to share final say with a first time head coach with no experience in personnel matters?

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How the hell is Crossman still employed? :blink:

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Speaking of coordinators with flaws, a couple of head coaching candidates didn't exactly light up the big stage in yesterday's playoff games.

Mike McCoy's offense needed a couple of big returns from Trindon Holiday to keep pace with the Ravens. Seahawk DCGus Bradley's unit didn't look so hot either, especially giving up those big plays at the end that put Atlanta in a position to win.

Both are said to be interviewing today (McCoy in San Diego, Bradley - I think - in Philly)

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There's always going to be a number of franchises that will reach on certain coaching candidates, no matter their recent work. They're desperate, and the number of qualified candidates out there right now compared to the number of openings is disproportionate. Some of these teams will try to ignore some of these coaches' recent failings and instead look at their overall body of work...saying "it's good enough".

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True, but Philly has long been known as a top tier team.

Now... :unsure:

Edit: Wait. Were you talking about Crossman?

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True, but Philly has long been known as a top tier team.

Now... :unsure:

Edit: Wait. Were you talking about Crossman?

Aww hell no...I have ZERO idea why Crossman is in the league. He's sucked everywhere and I can't remember a time he's ever been good.

I was referring to your comment about McCoy/Bradley. Head coaching candidates, specifically.

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Gotcha, and word that the Cardinals want a second interview with McCoy now.

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Speaking of coordinators with flaws, a couple of head coaching candidates didn't exactly light up the big stage in yesterday's playoff games.

Mike McCoy's offense needed a couple of big returns from Trindon Holiday to keep pace with the Ravens. Seahawk DCGus Bradley's unit didn't look so hot either, especially giving up those big plays at the end that put Atlanta in a position to win.

Both are said to be interviewing today (McCoy in San Diego, Bradley - I think - in Philly)

Yeah, they pushed Arians back to Wednesday in SD for McCoy today. With the pace of the coaching search in SD, I'm wondering if Telesco's possibly holding out for Roman.

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Yeah, they pushed Arians back to Wednesday in SD for McCoy today. With the pace of the coaching search in SD, I'm wondering if Telesco's possibly holding out for Roman.

Might be tough. Conventional wisdom has Roman as a lock for Jacksonville.

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