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Postby Redskins Win » Thu Jan 05, 2006 11:56 am

giants! wrote:Dick Jauron(DET)- Didn't do anything as coach of the lions toward the end of the year. Hes a defensive specialist who favors running to passing. Possible Future- Def Coordinator in New England, Washington

So the mighty midget snyder is now gonna fire Gregg Williams for Jauron put down the crack pipe.

Haslett shouldn't have been fired the owner should be shot. But his firing really helps him out, and anyone who hires him. I can see him going to the Jets, or Minny. If he's smart he'd stay out of detroit.
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Postby giants! » Thu Jan 05, 2006 12:00 pm

Greg Williams was considered a top 3 coaching prospect before the recent slew of firings.
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Postby maddog60 » Thu Jan 05, 2006 12:02 pm

bdrotoronto wrote:Contrary to much opinion here, Mularkey wasn't the problem with the Bills. Donahoe was. The Bills fought hard for Mularkey last year to rebound from an 0-4 start and nearly make the playoffs. Mularkey also had JP Losman stuffed down his throat by the front office this year; he actually fought hard to win this year by using Holcomb as his QB for many games instead of Losman, which made the front office look bad, but which earned respect from his players and got them two or three wins they probably wouldn't have gotten otherwise. The defence only collapsed this year after Takeo Spikes went down, who was the heart of that unit.


I dont know how Murlarkey's QB juggling can be anything but a bad coaching move. I understand tht players and fans want their team to win, but when you select a young guy and put him in there for the first time, you have to let him develop. The Bengals, and the Giants both took their lumps last year (especially with Eli), but it has paid dividends for each team this year. You have to give your new QB at least a year of playing time to develop before considering benching him. Then if he's still stinking up the joint you can look elsewhere.

By switching QBs, Murlarkey has possible shattered Losman's confidence. Certainly convinced his team he has no confidence in the kid, crippling any realistic chance Losman has of being a leader for the Bills like a QB needs to be. And will go into next year with a mediocre at best veteran QB, and an undeveloped youngster with 2 wasted years of football under his belt. That's an even worse QB situation than going into this year.
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Postby Redskins Win » Thu Jan 05, 2006 12:06 pm

giants! wrote:Greg Williams was considered a top 3 coaching prospect before the recent slew of firings.

What's your point. He was already resigned two days before your post. So there fore I don't understand how you would include Washington as a prospect for Jaroun. That's all I'm saying.
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Postby BrutallyHuge » Thu Jan 05, 2006 1:35 pm

Add the Jets to the teams interested in Haslett.

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Mark Cannizzaro, of the New York Post, reports the New York Jets have reached out to former NFL coach Jim Haslett about possibly becoming the Jets' head coach should Herman Edwards leave to coach the Kansas City Chiefs, according to a highly-placed NFL source.
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