It depends. 1st of all, $$ talks. Offer enough money and anyone would come here. So it depends on how bad we really want someone. Secondly, Coaching under 'a guy like Munchack' probably means you have complete control over the offense. He would probably have a lot more freedom to do what he wants under Munch than he would a more established HC. That could be a big draw, esp to someone that has had the relative success. If you know what you are doing, you don't want your boss hindering you. Third, its not like any team that is firing thier coordinators is in a good situation right now. Its not like the Patriots job is open for the taking or anything. All the teams that he will be interviewing with will have thier fair share of problems. And I also agree that Munch's 'track record' with the NFL probably isn't as bad as we make it out to be. We are all fans of the Titans, watch all of thier games, and like to pin the blame on someone. The rest of the NFL worries about themselves, that is why Jeff Fisher has such a good rep because nobody really paid close attention to him. Most OC/DC candidates won't have much of an opinion on him until they meet face to face in an interview. Munch just has to woo them in the interview process.