One thing you don't realize is a a lot of these black coaches mainly positional coaches have played the game at the NFL level, which actually makes them better teachers (positional coaches) but when it comes to x's and o's (head coaching jobs), the white coaches tend to be superior.
And you're basing this off of? Mike McCoy automatically is a better x and o guy than Mike Tomlin because he's white? How did Mike Tomlin beat Ken Whisenhunt in the Super Bowl? Shouldnt the white guy be superior? How did Jim Caldwell get his offenses to outperform Denvers & New Englands?
So essentially with wanting all head coaches black, a lot of you want to run the white race out of football.
Strawman logic. 1 black person's opportunity=the end of the white race. Making white people "compete" for jobs automatically means we want them eradicated entirely. Your argument is very over the top. If you are "superior" why so afraid of "competition"?
I don't see white people complaining about the lack of TRUE white American's in the NBA. You know why? Because we realize we aren't as good of athlete's/basketball players as the black race.
I bet Kevin Love would disagree with you. And just because someone is born of a particular race does not AUTOMATICALLY make them superior to another person.
Sometimes it's just difficult to accept that white people are better than black people at some things and black people are better than white things at something.
Does this logic apply to Keek? Is it safe to say he'll never be as good as James Anderson or Beason because he's a white guy playing a position that blacks are "just better at"? See the slippery slope we go down when we "generalize" a race as being superior to another with no basis or facts behind our argument. This is also the logic people used towards the QB position that whites were "naturally" better so they reasoned that Clausen & Moore were "safer" bets and more cerebal than Cam. Since Cam was given an opportunity to showcase his talents, we no longer see people clinging to this eugenic ideal. 2 years ago it was "black QBs dont go to the Super Bowl", now we have people championing Colin Kaepernick. If given an opportunity I think these black OCs, QB coaches, and head coaches would do better than you're portraying.
Also there are no white running back's that start, all of them are behind the scene, for the most part their are no black offense coordinators, most of them are behind the scene (positional coaches). It goes both ways.
Your original argument was none existed. Now its "none start". And there are white WRs who DO start and have a presence in the NFL in 2013. The same cant be said for black ocs and Qb coaches
When every race starts to accept it's not a one way road and you have to give and take (like the Panthers did with hiring Rivera) a little then things will eventually sort themselves out.