Lol. Mel Tucker. Have you watched the Bears play defense?
I think Coughlin will be asked to retire rather than be fired if it comes to that. Not convinced Atlanta fires Smith and I think Bradley gets one more year in Jacksonville, though I acknowledge all of those are possible.
If they were to fall though, there are definitely coaches that interest me...
Defensive Coordinator Mel Tucker
Quarterback Coach Matt Cavanaugh
Special Teams Coordinator Joe DeCamillis
Defensive Line Coach Paul Pasqualoni
Running Backs Coach Skip Peete
Aaron Kromer I'd rather have as an OL Coach than a coordinator. Marc Trestman might be good as an OC for a West Coast Head Coach.
Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg (lousy head coach but still runs a pretty good WCO)
Running Backs Coach Anthony Lynn
Defensive Line Coach Karl Dunbar
Defensive Coordinator Bob Babich (Rivera's old colleague/replacement)
Wide Receiver Coach Jerry Sullivan
Gus Bradley could be a great defensive coordinator choice too.
Special teams Coach Bobby April (one of the best in the business; pretty sure we tried for him before but couldn't get him)
I like Tony Sparano better as an OL coach but he could be a decent OC too. Al Saunders is a great offensive mind but he's up there in years and probably better suited to a consultant/assistant type role these days.
Defensive Coordinator Mike Nolan (he's worked with Gary Kubiak before)
Offensive Coordinator Dirk Koetter
Wide Receivers Coach Terry Robiskie
Offensive Line Coach Mike Tice
Mike Smith would obviously be a good choice for a defensive coordinator but I could see him getting another head coaching offer.
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