Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by Bucklion, Feb 1, 2012.
No way Haslam is that reckless/dumb.
If Haslam just has to have 'his way' I might be able to see
McDaniels as OC. Head coach? No fucking way. This is
A guy that said he could turn Tebow into a QB.
Not only that, he dismantled a high-powered offense that featured Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall and Eddie Royal torching defenses every week. That offense was a lot better than people realize. Then McD comes in and thinks it's a good idea to change everything.
Great offensive coordinator though. That would be a win for the Browns. Don't know why he'd leave NE for the same position though.
Right now the Browns lead all of the 5-8 teams, even Buffalo.
Oh damn!! Wow.
Simple. Win and you're in.
Rooting for Houston tomorrow.
I would rather stick with Shumar/Heckert than that.
I'd rather go back to Palmer/Policy than that.
Only if Spergon Wynn comes too...
McDaniels? I don't know that I could ever support a McDaniels team, even if it is the Browns...and they would suck anyway.
I think if there is a coaching change there is more likelihood that Saban would be the #1 choice of Haslam. However, I don't want to see a coaching or GM change.
I heard Haslam was going to try to reassemble the coaching staff from Cleveland 95 next year. :p
But really if they do keep Shurmur maybe they can find an old retired coach to come in and be his "don't do that" guy on gameday.
Look at how this team has done since the 0-5 start....since Hayden returned from suspension. How many of the key contributors to this team have Heckert's fingerprints. Where this roster was when Heckert arrived compared to where it is now is indicative of how great of a job Heckert has done. This young roster that he has assembled is progressing nicely and shows tremendous upside moving forward. I think a good case can be made that since the return in 1999, this roster from top to bottom is the deepest, most talented.
I hear tell Tressel is being considered for the position.
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