The moves show that Gase is starting to learn some lessons... from his time in Miami.
He needs to have his team constructed ASAP since the shelf...
Embrace the two year plan
We just hired a Bills staffer as our second in command after Grier.
The Bills just executed probably the most effective tank job. So effective...
Obviously not our choice because this seems like a massive downgrade
I wont lie hearing that Studesville and Rizzi potentially retained make me very happy
I wonder if you can still get Bret Bielma to come in as some other role. Kind of like Caldwell for the defense.
Well if the idea of a reset with a GM and a HC on the same page lockstep from day one. This has accomplished that. In that sense it is not like...
I respect your opinion RH and your thoughts on him are compelling.
He seems incredibly inexperienced.
Testimonials of an internal hire could be an emotional decision. They like the guy so they will give him a positive review that may not...
I think college coaches are less interested in moving up.
I would have interviewed Matt rhule
Gase has already been offered the Lions OC job if he doesn't get a HC gig.
If you see the Fangio interview back on we are in trouble
That would be a Mike Tannenbaum type move and he is not in charge anymore
We have far bigger fish to fry than a DC question
Hiring the guy that just got run out of Minnesota?
Then asking the newly minted OC there to take a lateral move?
boondoggle, but it aint my money
Gase is fine.
Power running was the ideal way attack the Pats nickel/dime formatiobs
Davante Parker's contract next year has a injury guarantee.
He injuries that shoulder further and we are on the hook for his full salary.
You want to take a bet on that?
Both Denver and Cleveland would take long looks at Gase.