I like the hire. I think we can get back to the middle of the pack next year if we keep Braylon around.
If Sanchez takes to the new WCO like a few of us think he might, then its a win win and you may end up with future tradeable assets like the Cousins situation in Wash.
We just got an OC that's been consistently very good for 20 years, and turned some very lousy QBs into very good offenses. You have to go back a ways to find where he had a good QB to coach, but he was outstanding then. He's done pretty well with some lousy QBs, and he has made some nobodys into tradable players. Then they suck with the next team. You know, kind of the anti Shotty. Hopefully he does for our guys what he did for Kolb we can get some picks for them next year. Now if we can only find a franchise QB we'll be golden. Oh yeah, and I doubt anyone will be trying to pry him away for a HC job so he should be around a good long time. Great hire for Rex so he can stop worrying about the offense and get back to work coaching the D. This guy is not trying to figure it out, he actually knows what he's doing.
Yes , football has changed from 2yds and a cloud of dust offense.
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After reading his bio, I'm sold. Thats a nice looking track record to me.
Next year may be a throwaway year, maybe we compete, but regardless what happens, I think we got an OC with some real brains for a change.
:D yes because of one thing....his track record and his offenses actually have a pulse unlike the recent Jets offense. I however do not see Sanchez fitting into the offense....I cannot see Sanchez starting in 2013.
:D I have felt this way before the season even ended....I scratch my head at how many people think Sanchez will be the starter in 2013......I liken that to the borderline absurd with a new GM and OC.....Sanchez took his last snap as a starter vs the bills....even if he is still with the team for another year...he will not be the starter....I say that with extreme confidence.
I'll preface by saying I want Mornhinweg to succeed. Big.
That said, I have a bad residual feeling about the guy from his days as Detroit's HC. Although not as severe as with last year's cluster f**k hiring of the dunce Sparano's, but a negative impression lingers. Yes, I know he did well as Philly's OC.
Plus, right now, we don't have the personnel to run the offense which made him successful.
Again, good luck Marty.