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Thread: No to Cowher Yes to Rex Ryan

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    No to Cowher Yes to Rex Ryan

    That is the guy that always has his defense ready. I am sure he will have the same qualities as a HC.

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    this is what ive been thinking too, if theres one guy i realyl want to take a shot at to be head coach its rex ryan. atleast u know the defense will be good every year. find a good OC and this team could be really goood.

    and who knows maybe if we get rex, his brother bobby leaves oakland and is our DC here. TWO RYANS!!!

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    Because Marvin Lewis is coaching a defensive juggernaut in Cincy? He may be a good coach, not saying he'd be terrible, but that's not always a good measuring stick.

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    NO NO NO NO NOOOOOOOOOOOO! No more with the what if and maybe coaches. Get a guy who has been a Head coach already an has won.....and the winner is Cohwer!!!!!!!

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    My picks:

    1) Cowher
    2) Spagnulo
    3) Rex Ryan

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    We need a proven winner not another project. We need Cowher who has proven over and over even when the Steelers kept letting free agent after free agent go Cowher still won games and had his team in the thick of it every year even with out a QB to speak of until he goth Rothlesberger

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    1) Cowher
    2) LeBeau
    3) Wade Phillips

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    Quote Originally Posted by doggin94it View Post
    1) Cowher
    2) LeBeau
    3) Wade Phillips
    Ican understand Cowher but Lebeau was an utter failure as a HC in Cincinatti and what the hell has Phillips done?? He sucked with Denver, Buffalo, and Dallas. Lebeau and Phillips are great DC but terrible HC

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    Cowher will be the number one target...also I wouldnt rule out Schottenheimer..woody is clueless..

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    Quote Originally Posted by doggin94it View Post
    1) Cowher
    2) LeBeau
    3) Wade Phillips
    Wade Phillips ??

    And you want us to vote for you ??

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    Rex Ryan or Brian Billick. Those are the two guys I would look at.

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    It may be a pipedream, but I strongly prefer Cowher to any other option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    It may be a pipedream, but I strongly prefer Cowher to any other option.
    I agree fish,

    can you imagine if we got Cowher at HC, then signed Romeo or Ryan as our D coord?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETSGOJETS View Post
    I agree fish,

    can you imagine if we got Cowher at HC, then signed Romeo or Ryan as our D coord?
    I think we'd do better to stay away from the Pats* coaching tree. Let's just say there are reasons that these coaches turn out to be completely useless once they leave Massachuesetes.

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    I'm for Brian Billick or Steve Spagnuolo.

    Billick favors the 3-4; the reason he did not change it while in Baltimore was because Ray Lewis is a complete primadonna and the D was behind him.

    Spagnuolo is aggressive and creative. There is no doubt in anyone's mind he will succeed as an NFL HC.

    No more mediocrity. No more lukewarm playcalling and no more ****ty game plans. No more not adjusting at halftime.

    "Slightly better" than Herm Edwards is not that great an improvement.

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