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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, Dec 2, 2013.
I believe that was Mike McCoy, now with San Diego.
Guys I want:
Guys I don't want:
Guys I'm neutral on:
My list is
1. Greg Romans
2. Ray Horton
3. Mike Zimmer
I think Romans is head and shoulders above the rest the best fit for our situation.
Saban doesn't want any bit of the NFL.
Briles is a wonderful story for Baylor, but in essence, why not just hire Mike Leach? This goes for Sumlin too, they're great at scoring lots of points and not stopping a single team from running the ball for 350 yds down their throats. Its what under-manned teams do to compete.
The question is, who's the next major program coach who's about to get stuffed for major infractions, who needs a bailout? Les Miles?
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You should be banned for a month for even speaking of LSU's coach. Get an avatar too, homie
No thanks. He is a certified moron.
That is a great idea, assuming you prefer having a coach who will dart to the NCAA at the first sign of trouble. Ask the dolphins how much of a difference maker he is. Plus, he would be a moron to leave the college ranks.
On a separate note: norv turner is a proven horrible head coach, even with talent.
I'd love to have San Fran's offensive playbook in Nashville. That's the same reason I want David Shaw here. This team needs an identity. We aren't even close to establishing one on offense right now and we've invested a lot on the offensive line. It seems like a match made in heaven for that type of scheme.
My favorites: Greg Roman, David Shaw, or Ray Horton (in no order). Get me one of those three, please.
I love Horton, not sure the fit is here. He'll want complete control of the defense and want to switch to the 3-4. Not sure if we should make that change, being as how our best player on DT is the perfect 4-3 DT.
David Shaw is who i'm leaning towards. Look at his history:
Western Washington (LB)Western Washington (TE)Philadelphia Eagles (QC)Oakland Raiders (QC)Oakland Raiders (QB)Baltimore Ravens (QB/WR)Baltimore Ravens (WR)Univ. of San Diego (WR/QB)Stanford (OC/WR)Stanford (OC/RB)Stanford (HC)Head coaching record, Overall: 33–6 Accomplishments and honors (as HC):Championships1 Pac-12 (2012)Awards2× Pac-12 Coach of the Year (2011, 2012
Bring in Shaw, hopefully Gregg Williams is promoted to DC & asst HC. Shaw controls the offense and let Gregg run the D. Shaw has what it takes to go find a QB and make this offense a Top-5 offense.