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    DB15 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    well. who else out there do you guys respect enough to hand over the reins to.

    My first choice would be a toss up between Gruden and Weis.

    Thoughts?
     
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    Gruden...lol, no thank you. Weis wouldnt come back when hes in his current situation and thank god Belichick isnt leaving tommorow, enjoy the time while he is running the team. It hasnt ever been so good in the franchises other past seasons.
     
  3. Box_O_Rocks

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    NEM, why let a good depression go to waste.
     
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    Yeah, that Gruden offense is amazing. Can't wait to get it up here. Wow.
     
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    Weis or Crennel... or is that wishful thinking?

    Actually I think Andy Reid would be pretty decent.
     
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    As long as we're going to be losing, might as well get some entertainment out of it.
     
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    I highly recommend Mike Sherman.

    Well, not really.

    Gruden is overrated.

    I think the undiscovered gem is Mike Leach of Texas Tech. He needs a couple of years in the NFL as a QB/OC guy.
     
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    Hahaha, agreed. :D

    Oh yeah if I had to choose anyone but BB, it would be SHANNY from the BRONCOS.
     
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    I think it's 50-50 Crennel is looking for a job in February.
     
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    Lets be realistic here, in a situation where Belichick is no longer around who would you want running the team
     
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    I would love for Crennel to take over if that were to happen.
     
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    I was being realistic, curled up in my fetal position just thinking about it, give NEM a shot while I'm in therapy, maybe it will reduce his post count, too much to hope it will teach him anything.
     
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    I would want Weis or Crennel but If I had to choose one it would be Weis.
     
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    His son Brian looked good holding the clipboard - can Bill hang in there long enough to have Brian take over ?

    ;)
     
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    NEM it is.
     
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    I think I'd like Fox but I don't think he's leaving Carolina anytime soon.
     
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    Bill Cowher,he is similar to BB in a lot of ways.A very classy guy who won't take a whole lot of crap.Very educated man with good morals.

    Mike Shanahan,Has had much success in Denver.Another coach who knows what it takes to win.As much as I hated seeing us lose to them in the playoffs.Denver is a pretty solid team and I would rather have lost to them to some other teams in the AFC.

    The Coach in Baltimore.Damn I forgot his name..He isn't half bad...

    These choices are based not so much on the success they have had but what kind of men they are.The heart they have and the kind of morals they seem to live.In my opinion a good man will have more success then a arrogant ****y sob.
     
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