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Hey, Tepper, next time hire a grown up coach


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42 minutes ago, JawnyBlaze said:

Hire someone that isn’t going to stuff the coaching staff and team with just their buddies.

This is a big thing. I have no problem hiring guys you know and have worked with before, but Rhule takes it way too far.

His whole team would be made up of coaches and players from Baylor and Temple if it were up to him.

 

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6 minutes ago, rayzor said:

This is a big thing. I have no problem hiring guys you know and have worked with before, but Rhule takes it way too far.

His whole team would be made up of coaches and players from Baylor and Temple if it were up to him.

 

He's pretty close besides the rando Joe Brady and Sean Ryan hires. He inherited Moton/Shaq/CMC/Burns. Only Temple pay off has been Reddick and he's not gonna re-sign/we can't afford him after Robby and Darnold's shitty contracts. Rhule wanted full control with the JETS and even they were like nah dude, also give us 3 draft picks for Darnold who you decided you liked after one Zoom meeting

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17 minutes ago, rayzor said:

This is a big thing. I have no problem hiring guys you know and have worked with before, but Rhule takes it way too far.

His whole team would be made up of coaches and players from Baylor and Temple if it were up to him.

One of the reasons I like Hackett so much is that he's got the connections to build a hell of a good staff.

As an example, Hackett was previously on a staff with longtime OL coach Juan Castillo.

Castillo is currently with the Bears, so pretty good chance he's available next year.

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11 hours ago, Adb6368 said:

Every seat to every game of this year has already been paid for. It’s just a matter of whether those people that paid full price can recoup pennies on their dollar or whether they no show that is the question. 

This is what so many people don't understand.  Tepper gets his attendance money before the season even starts.  He doesn't care.

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13 hours ago, hepcat said:

I think they’ll have to move on. This team is a mess. There’s some good candidates out there. 

Nathaniel Hackett

Matt Eberflus 

Brian Daboll 

Bryon Leftwich

Kellen Moore (with a highly experienced veteran DC)

Guys I would get excited about. I like Eberflus the best, but Hackett might be the best to develop a QB. 

Eric Bieniemy would be a great name on that list, too.

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57 minutes ago, BrianS said:

This is what so many people don't understand.  Tepper gets his attendance money before the season even starts.  He doesn't care.

But not day of sales. Those are not shared and do matter.

The thing about billionaires is they tend to have egos to match their bank accounts. This is his team and it represents him in many ways. He cares, now we need to see him un-fug the mess he made.

If Tepper didn't care at all Cam wouldn't be back and we would have had to watch PJ and Barkley. Caring and being good/competent are not mutually inclusive.

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11 hours ago, Mr. Scot said:

One of the reasons I like Hackett so much is that he's got the connections to build a hell of a good staff.

As an example, Hackett was previously on a staff with longtime OL coach Juan Castillo.

Castillo is currently with the Bears, so pretty good chance he's available next year.

That's some pretty good second level connections reasoning there! We've been missing that around here!

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3 minutes ago, Waldo said:

But not day of sales. Those are not shared and do matter.

The thing about billionaires is they tend to have egos to match their bank accounts. This is his team and it represents him in many ways. He cares, now we need to see him un-fug the mess he made.

If Tepper didn't care at all Cam wouldn't be back and we would have had to watch PJ and Barkley. Caring and being good/competent are not mutually inclusive.

Honestly, at this point I want to see Barkley. Just for variety.

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