new coaching candidate

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  1. thefranchisedef

    thefranchisedef A True Fan

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    hue jackson is someone to keep an eye on. he's a good coach, and he wasnt given a good opportunity to actually build that team. he did alot with a little. he has to be in consideration.
     
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    I like the idea. I mean along with the al davis pasing everyone mentions he had to go 9 games without his best player. Yes bush stepped in and did well, but the duo would have been much better. similarly, the receiving corp was taking turns being injured. I think hes worth an interview at the very least.
     
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    Ok, I got my eye on him.......lol
     
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    might be a good coach, but huge ego
    no thanks, reminds me of tom cable
     
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    I basically like him and think we could do a helluva lot worse (and just might). However, there are some red flags like his imperious demeanor, his past ability to control most everything (and as a fledgling HC, where does he really qualify to do so?) which I think would create conflict and buttheads with Ireland and maybe Peterson. He's a gamer, handles himself confidently, has done a good job with Oakland aside from the troublesome Palmer over trade, but he well could have control issues transcending what's appropriate for the job expected of him. However, I'd take a very serious look at him if possible especially now that he's got a chip on his shoulder for being screwed over and has something to prove.
     
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    He's a loudmouth with a huge ego who alienates his players, and blames them for everything. His team was completely undisciplined and out of control. No thanks.
     
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    Not too mention what he agreed to give up for Carson Palmer.
     
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    no thanks the fisher man it is
     
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    I like him, but he needs to keep a lid on his press conferences.
     
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    The guy that traded 2 first round picks for Carson Palmer? Yeah I'll pass
     
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    Jesus, please save us from every cast off that could be a candidate.

    These examples of futility are things we're all too aware of here... why must there be more...? Who could the foolish suggest such a thing?
     
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    I think there are concerns with Jackson (specifically that he completely lost control of the team at the end of the season), but how is this one of them? He would come in as the coach. Jeff Ireland is in charge of personnel. Hue Jackson would not even be in the position to make any trades.
     
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    While I agree with you, I think the sheer amount of idiocy involved in that decision precludes most of us from wanting him near our team.
     

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