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    Trade Rex for Andy Reid

    Would ya?

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    A lot of Andy Reid's problems are the same ones Rex has...

    But yes, in a heartbeat.

    I'd murder for the type of offense/QB development Reid has had during his tenure.

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    In. A. Heartbeat.

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    Whose paying for the shipping on that one?

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    BILL COWHER

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    BILL COWHER
    Nay. I honestly think Rex is a better coach.

    I want someone that has developed QBs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Nay. I honestly think Rex is a better coach.

    I want someone that has developed QBs.
    You have to be kidding.

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    oh yes, bring in a guy that brought in TO and disrupted his entire locker room, or perhaps Vick - who is injured all the time (as well as a ton of baggage), and puts in a person to run his defense who didn't have a clue and had to be fired mid-way through the season. Oh yes, he's our man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    You have to be kidding.
    For us I think he is. I am not a Cowher fan. I don't think he will handle NY well. I also think Cowher gets overrated. His teams choked a lot.

    Like I said, I want a QB-centric coach. And a QB that is a football junkie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    For us I think he is. I am not a Cowher fan. I don't think he will handle NY well. I also think Cowher gets overrated. His teams choked a lot.

    Like I said, I want a QB-centric coach. And a QB that is a football junkie.
    I don't want a football junkie, gym rat, other stupid cliche inserted here...

    I want a fkn QB that can throw the ball to his team and win games!

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    I don't want a football junkie, gym rat, other stupid cliche inserted here...

    I want a fkn QB that can throw the ball to his team and win games!
    I get your point. But I do not equate football junkie with "gym rat". When I say football junkie I mean a cerebral QB who studies and someone that football is the most important thing in their life. I want Pennington with a strong arm and some athleticism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    For us I think he is. I am not a Cowher fan. I don't think he will handle NY well. I also think Cowher gets overrated. His teams choked a lot.

    Like I said, I want a QB-centric coach. And a QB that is a football junkie.
    +1

    Forget Cowher. Took him 15 years to stumble onto Roethlisberger and actually win something.

    We need coach that can develop a QB and a stud QB to go with him.

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    No way. Why replace sh!t with sh!t. Is it working with sporano?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    +1

    Forget Cowher. Took him 15 years to stumble onto Roethlisberger and actually win something.

    We need coach that can develop a QB and a stud QB to go with him.
    A lot of truth here.

    Pitts wins another SB without Cowher. Ben Roth the QB both times

    Chip Kelly? But does he have any pro coaching experience. A college only coach coming to the NFL scares me. Not many succeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
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    It took Bill Cowher about 14 years to win a Super Bowl. He isn't a savior. If you look at his seasonal record in Pittsburgh, you probably would have called for his head before he had the chance to win a Super Bowl.

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    Cowher and Reid will most likely demand full control (GM/HC). Which hasn't worked. Even in New England. They haven't won a Super Bowl since Pioli left.

    No to both.

    John Gruden would be a decent pickup even if he is an awful commentator.

    My closet crush would be for Westhoff to get Head Coaching responsibilities, but that's unlikely.

    To me the best thing would be to grab Jay Gruden if his brother shoots it down and grab a GM from a team's front office that has drafted well. The NFL is an offensive league and your head coach should be offensive, as Philbin illustrated today.

    Kevin Abrams, the Assistant GM to Jerry Reese for the Giants could be potentially outstanding, provided Woody gives him the leeway to have real control.

    And cutting his precious Tebow.

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    Ground and pound team coached by a coach who loathes running the ball despise having one of the best backs in the league?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMarsico9 View Post
    Cowher and Reid will most likely demand full control (GM/HC). Which hasn't worked. Even in New England. They haven't won a Super Bowl since Pioli left.

    No to both.

    John Gruden would be a decent pickup even if he is an awful commentator.

    My closet crush would be for Westhoff to get Head Coaching responsibilities, but that's unlikely.

    To me the best thing would be to grab Jay Gruden if his brother shoots it down and grab a GM from a team's front office that has drafted well. The NFL is an offensive league and your head coach should be offensive, as Philbin illustrated today.

    Kevin Abrams, the Assistant GM to Jerry Reese for the Giants could be potentially outstanding, provided Woody gives him the leeway to have real control.

    And cutting his precious Tebow.
    Nice post! All true. Cowher wants to be able to bring his people in. Reid will too

    Jay Gruden is an interesting name. HC experience albeit in the AFL or UFL one of those leagues. Offensive mind. Has done a good job developing Dalton.

    An asst GM / personnel guy from the Giants, Ravens or Steelers works for me.

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