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Potential Offensive Coordinators to Replace LaFleur

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18 minutes ago, Number9 said:

Last one to apologize for Fisher, but they have added a player or two.

A player or two my ass, they revamped almost the entire offense. Goff and Gurley are about the only hold overs of any note and even Anderson played mostly 

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2 minutes ago, Jonboy said:

I’m convinced we hit 100 pages before an OC is named. 

Oh at this point it’s basically guaranteed.

 

Gotta think that since no announcement has come that we are waiting on someone, and with the two teams we most likely would take an assistant from (NE and LAR) now playing in the Supee Bowl we have to wait at least another two weeks lol.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, titanskick8851 said:

Oh at this point it’s basically guaranteed.

 

Gotta think that since no announcement has come that we are waiting on someone, and with the two teams we most likely would take an assistant from (NE and LAR) now playing in the Supee Bowl we have to wait at least another two weeks lol.

 

 

Lmao I’m sorry y’all! I jinxed us.

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15 hours ago, Number9 said:

Last one to apologize for Fisher, but they have added a player or two.

You're right.  The offense is totally different.  It doesn't change the point though.  Fisher is a Mularkey type coach; he can make a shitty team mediocre but nothing more than that.  

 

It makes sense now why some people either like both or hate both.

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A Super Bowl, as great a victory as it is, is still just one football game. Think of all the great coaches who have NOT won one: Andy Reid, Bud Grant, Marv Levy. Are they not top coaches?

 

Then think of all the coaches who have won a Super Bowl: Jon Gruden? Brian Billick? Mike McCarthy? Tony Dungy? All one and done.

 

I'd rather have any of those "never won a Super Bowl" coaches than any of those who have. It's an over-rated metric.

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FWIW, Wyatt confirmed today that three outside candidates were interviewed.

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