Possible coaching candidate...

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  1. illscriptures

    illscriptures We need better LB's

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    Would people be opposed to bringing in Jeff Fisher ex-Titans coach... he has a great track record and I have always felt he was a hell of a coach but I haven't seen him mentioned ever as even a possibility. did he retire for good or do people just think he is a bad coach?
     
  2. Bagga-Viagra

    Bagga-Viagra A True Fan

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    I would definitely support this, but we better plan to trade BMarsh if Fischer comes on board.
     
  3. GRYPHONK

    GRYPHONK Pro Bowler

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    If we go for a HC I want someone who is young and hasn't had a shot yet. I don't want a stubborn HC to come in who is set in his ways unless it is Cowher.

    If not, look for some DC or OC. Or just go get Pennington
     
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    Bagga-Viagra A True Fan

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    One of Sparano's problems is his inexperience as a HC, which translates to all the boneheaded moves he makes on a weekly basis. Do you really want more of the same?
     
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    I'd be opposed. He's had chances, and didn't get it done.
     
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    I think at the end it will be Fisher that gets the job. He's the only big name coach who may accept Ireland sticking around although Fisher and Ireland together would be a total disaster. They're both totally different kinds of people, Fisher never met a microphone he didn't love and Ireland is socially inept, Fisher also runs a 4-3 scheme on defense.
     
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    That to me is like passing on Aaron Rodgers because he came from a Tedford system.

    Each coach is different. Am I supposed to get excited about a guy like Fisher? What was his overall record again? I think he was a winning coach but an average one.

    Give me someone new. The league has changed. Guys like Fisher to me are becoming less relevant. I think a guy like Gruden would be more successful now then in the past.

    Still give me a DC or OC eager to get a chance. But an aggressive one. Not a good safe one, but a strong aggressive one.... Rob Ryan?
     
  8. Canadi-Phin

    Canadi-Phin I hate everyone else in the AFC East

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    I hate even talking about this goign into week 3. But what about Joe Philbin, OC of GB? or Clarence Shelmon, OC in San Diego? If we look defensively maybe Chuck Pagano DC for Ravens or Mike Pettine DC for Jets? This is if we want some new who has never been a head coach. They are in charge of some nice units. The only reason I would want Cowher is I believe he has seen that true success comes with a stud QB, not winning it all until Big ben showed up. I believe if he took over that would be his goal which I believe is all our goals. Also with a guy respected like him other good coaches like to come and learn under him.
     
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    you guys are worried about the coach I am worried about the front office. GM is critical you can't coach those with no talent.
     
  10. Ed Norton

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    I don't see why so many think he is that good of a coach. He won 1 AFC title, had many so-so teams, and has really sucked lately.
     
  11. andyahs

    andyahs Bahamian Redneck Donator

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    What does that have to do with him or his job and where do you get that from?
     
  12. fishfanmiami

    fishfanmiami Have you seen junior's grades ? Moderator Finheaven VIP

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    No more "on the job " training.

    Wanny ,Sabin ,Cam ,Tony

    None had won a single NFL game as head coach when we hired them.

    Playoff experiance a MUST for next coach. (a superbowl visit or two would be nice)

    Cowher ,Gruden ,Fisher in that order.
     
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    Personally like i have said before I want Brian Shottiheimer
     
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    Denny Green! (Is he still alive?)
     
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    Gotta get Brian Schottenheimer
     
  16. Rich22

    Rich22 Phin DieHard!

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    C'mon - we have had Wanny, Cam, Saban, Sparano - all had what in common? 1st yr NFL head coaches and what has happened? There are some good coaches sitting on the sideline for te right opportunity. To me it's a no brainer - you get Cowher. He wanted total control and they didn't want to break things up because i'm sure Ross was sold on they are close. Well guess what - not close - not even even sort of close! There are so many holes talent wise it's sad to admit. Give the keys to Cowher and let the chin take over!! Ireland and Sparano can't get out of town fast enough.
     

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