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New Head Coach possibilities for next season?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by lilkhmerkid4u, Dec 10, 2012.

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  1. xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

    Casey
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    From another thread that we had, here's all the names I could think of:

    Potential HC canidates for next year:
    Greg Roman, San Francisco 49ers OC
    Bill O'Brien, Penn State HC & ex-Pats OC
    Tom Clements, Green Bay Packers OC
    Perry Fewell, Giants DC & ex-Bills interim HC
    Jon Gruden, ESPN MNF & ex-Bucs/Raiders HC
    Jay Cruden, Bengals OC
    Joe Vitt, Saints interim HC
    Chip Kelly, Oregon HC
    Kyle Shannahan, Redskins OC
    Bill Cowhler, ex-Steelers HC
    Wade Phillips, current Texans DC/Ex-Cowboys HC
    Mike McCoy, Broncos OC
    Ray Horton, Cardinals DC
    Todd Bowles, current Eagles DC (ex interim HC for 'Fins)

    Potential current HCs that could get fired:
    Chan Gailey - Bills
    Romeo Crennel - KC
    Andy Reid - Philly
    Ron Rivers - Carolina
    Rex Ryan - NY Jets
    Norv Turner - SD
    Jason Garrett - Dallas
    Jim Schwartz - Lions...and of course Mike Munchak
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    The Packers OC catches my eye off that list. Could be a realistic option, I wonder who Bud has in mind. $50 says its a short list of crappy guys my money is on Mack Brown Texas Longhorns HC....

    Whoever we get, I just hope were not in this same position 3 years from now.
  3. nickmsmith has the most poverty RB corp.

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    wade phillips for HC/DC. I wanna see a 3-4 here.
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    Mallett is a coke head, not a pot head for the record Ghost.
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    There are definitely some intriguing names there, I just wonder how many are 'realistic', but ignoring that for now, the guys that I would like to take a look at from that list are:

    Bill O'brien
    Jon Gruden
    Chip Kelly
    Kyle Shanahan
    Rex Ryan
    Andy Reid

    Not a big fan of most of the HCs that might get fired this year, but Andy Reid has had a lot of success and Rex Ryan has gotten it done before too. I think Reid would be good for Locker, and I think Rex might be able to motivate our players more. None of the other HCs that might get fired have really done anything ... I might look at them for OC/DC but not HC.

    As far as the other guys go, I like guys with ex-Pat experience at least offensively. Anybody that can bring in some of what Belicheck has done is okay by me (except for Josh McDaniels) so I would like O'brien.

    NO WAY to Wade Philips. I also wouldn't want Bill Cowher ... they just annoy me.
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    I like anybody nearly over what is here. Why does Brain Bellick not get another job? He has superbowl ring, good record and nfl successful track record. I think the shanahan offense would do wonders for cj and locker. I think we need complete change front office too.
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    The only thing Bud Adams worries about is making it to the bathroom in time.
    Scarecrow and Ghost high five this.
  8. TheSureThing WHY DIDNT YOU DRAFT JOHNNY FOOTBALL?!?

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    Nick Saban intrigues me....Might be a perfect fit.
  9. RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Saban proved he sucks in the NFL.

    He treated his players like they are children, and they all hated him. His coaching style works perfectly for college... not so much in the NFL.
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