Regarding the OC position, bring in a new, fresh Offensive mind. The Saints have a dynamic Offense, with a good running attack. The Niners don't have anything special at QB, and they do a good job with them. I kinda don't want Norv. He's been there, done that, and I don't want a guy to come here just to go through the motions. I want a guy who wants to elevate his reputation, and kick ass.
One of these guys would be a good choice....
49ers quarterbacks coach
Right now, Chrystís responsibilities include game- and red zone-planning for a dynamic 49ers offense that has blossomed over the past two seasons. In previous jobs, he implemented a no-huddle offense in San Diego (offensive coordinator 1999-2000) and worked with a Panthers offense that had two running backs eclipse the 1,000-yard mark in the same season in 2009. The 49ers offense has definitely shown flashes of unpredictability and attack mentality. Remember Colin Kaepernick coming out of nowhere to stun the Jets this year?
Saints quarterbacks coach
On his watch, Drew Brees has completed 1,279 of 1,829 passes (69.9 percent) for 14,484 yards. Add 113 touchdown passes and a 103.2 passer rating and you have the recipe for unpredictable and attacking-style right there. Lombardi is the grandson of one Vince Lombardi. Canít hurt, right? A lot of QB coaches become offensive coordinators and although thereís no direct link between Lombardi and the Jets, it would at least be worth a phone call.