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Old 12-17-2013   #605
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Default Re: New HC candidates

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Originally Posted by The Pencil Neck View Post
The problem is that when we bring in a new coach, he's almost definitely going to rebuild. He's going to bring in different philosophies and different requirements and that's going to mean different players.

To re-tool, you rarely bring in a new coach. The Cowboys did it with Switzer because he just came in and continued with what Johnson had built without changing anything. To re-tool with a new coach, you generally promote someone within the existing group of coaches that are with the team.

The Ravens have been able to keep a consistent culture because they've brought in coaches and promoted from within instead of going out and bringing new coaches in. The Steelers have done the same thing when they promoted Cowher from within but they also brought Tomlin in from the outside but they kept their existing group of coordinators.

We're going to get a brand new HC and he's going to bring in an entirely new compliment of coordinators and position coaches. And that means new philosophies and new players and that's a re-build.

Nope, this philosophy is garbage and the quicker Texan fans realize it the better we will all be. It doesn't take years to rebuild in todays NFL. Ask the Eagles, Chiefs, Miami, Detroit and Arizona. All picked top 10 last year and are playing for playoff spots. Todays NFL is crazy and you can easily flip a roster and coaches and become competitive the next year. Im still convinced 2015 will be our super bowl year. Take next year to improve and the 2nd year with new coaches and players we make our run.
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