semi-OT: what coaching changes do you foresee around the league?
I say semi-OT because some have already discussed on this site whether Josh McDaniels will be a target of other teams after this year's offensive performance. Haven't heard anything about Dean Pees but I don't think he will be looked at for any HC jobs right now, you may disagree.
Other wild speculation:
I think we won't see any major changes to the Pats staff. Maybe Pepper Johnson gets interviewed for a coordinator position.
I think RAC has saved his job in Cleveland, no matter what happens from here on out.
I think Billick will be gone in Baltimore.
I think Mangini will be back, but Coughlin will be gone in NY.
I think Marvin Lewis could (should) be gone from Cincy.
I think John Fox will be gone ONLY if the Panthers org thinks they can get the Chin out of retirement.
I think Brad Childress and Jon Gruden both seem to be in the process of saving their jobs, for now, but either could collapse and be gone.
I thnk the Joe Gibbs Era II should end, but won't.
I think Marty-ball will be back, somewhere.
I think Son of Marty does some interesting things with that Jets offense, but it is probably too soon to be considered for a HC, this year.
I think Norv will fire a coordinator/scapegoat to save himself.
I think Shanahan's skull will burst out through his forehead.
What do you all think?
Re: semi-OT: what coaching changes do you foresee around the league?
Watching that game last night, the Bengals are the biggest waste of talent on a football field that I've ever seen!
He has a top flight QB, 2 solid RBs, 2 excellent WRs, a decent O-line
He has a supurb DE in Smith, the rest of his defense lacks talent.
They kill themselves with stupid penalties, they are completely undisciplined. It is time for Marvin to be shown the door. I could see them giving Marvin the boot!!
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