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New Orleans plans to hire former Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan as its new defensive coordinator, per league sources. - per Adam Schefter's Twitter

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So they go from a bounty paying asshole to a Twinkie eating asshole.

Gotta see that fat slob twice a year. He fits that shithole perfectly.

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Ryan's defenses have ranked bottom 10 in the league in pass defense for 8 of his 9 years.

Cam just had a little smile on his face.

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Ryan's defenses have ranked bottom 10 in the league in pass defense for 8 of his 9 years.

Cam just had a little smile on his face.

And he had better talent in Dallas than the crap they have in NO.

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On the bright side, stock for chicken franchises in New Orleans is way up.

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Also look it up, no team where he has been a DC has ever been to the playoffs. He's living off his name, not his results.

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http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000132692/article/rob-ryan-reportedly-turned-down-st-louis-rams-job

Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has fleshed out some of the details surrounding the St. Louis Rams' courting of, then separation, from Rob Ryan.

The bottom line, according to a source, is that Ryan declined the defensive coordinator position due to hesitations from coaching a 4-3 system and not being able to pick his assistants.

"He wanted it to work, and I just think he realized over the weekend that it was not (a fit)," a source told Thomas. "Rob was torn."

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