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    ...and I don't think he will - especially if they keep playing like they did last week - do you think the possibility expressed by some in the past that he'd go to the jets instead of the Patriots is now shot? I do. If there was ever any chance that he'd choose to go there, given his relationship with Mangini and given the solid nature of the Patriots coaching staff in its present form, I think that is completely BLOWN now.

    Ha ha. Thanks, Eric.
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    I'm not sure if you can say that for sure yet but i think if he was fired or released maybe he'd choose a college team or something to go to and be in charge of instead of returning to the Patriots.
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    If Romeo is fired I think he'll sit at home like the rest of us and enjoy the games on TV - only with a LOT more money that we have.
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    I would have no use for Romeo Crennel on the Jets coaching staff; unless, of course, we need a fourth guy signaling plays to the field.
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    Wow I'm sure glad your working for the Jets. You'd rather spend time on a message board than gameplanning.
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    Romeo would get a college gig in my opinion. He won't be playing second fiddle to a guy who worked under him in New England.
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    And you get this idea . . . . where?
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    :) touchee...
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    Totally agree on part B -- even before the whole camera fiasco, I posted here that I couldn't imagine a guy like Crennel, with 25+ years as an NFL coach, deciding to serve as an assistant to a young whippersnapper who used to be his assistant. And of course it's even less conceivable now.

    But I disagree on part A. Crennel hasn't worked at the college level since 1980. I don't picture him wanting to change course and start traveling the country to woo high-school kids. If I were him I'd look for an NFL position where I felt comfortable with the rest of the coaching staff and organization. After 3 years in Cleveland, enough tsoris.
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    Eric had a hard time assembling a staff to begin with, as I recall. I have a feeling what has transpired has not only validated the underlying concern so many veteran coaches had about joining him in NY, it has made it far less likely that when he fails as the HC of the NYJ he will pop up as a DC anywhere at least in the short term.
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    Romeo is 60 and has millions in the bank from this Browns' contract. Why start over ?
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    I would think his returning to the pats could only coincide with Pees leaving to take another job somewhere. The Pats D is strong, so I can't see BB inserting RAC back so long as Pees is still around.
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    Love of the game? BB as well as many others have stepped back from head coaching (from Cleveland back to parcells) and returned as OCs and DCs.
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    Understood - and I know some guys coach into their 60s or beyond - but he's not 45. I think this is his last job, we'll see I guess.
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    Peas said hes old enough where he doesnt feel like moving would benefit his career.
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    Im glad YOU would have no use.
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    Personaly I would take RAC on the Jets in a heartbeat.

    Lots of speculation out there, but I am not convinced that Rac, or 90% of the head coaches have a problem with either Mangini or BB.
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    Ohhhhhhhh, you were being cute.

    Now, that's good posting. Nice job.
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    Romeo as HC of the NYJ? I don't see him taking that. If anything he comes back to the Pats as a position coach with an assistant HC title to it, not unlike how Parcells brough BB back to NE after Cleveland.

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