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Old 12-27-2013   #186
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Default Re: Texans interested in Bill O'Brien

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Originally Posted by Fred View Post
He will bring in some of his friends who aren't good coaches, but are good friends.


Oops, my bad, I was still thinking of our last head coach...
This is the way the NFL works. Our old coach was no different than every other NFL coach in his position. At times, there are variations to the theme. Sometimes, the GM has a little sway, a little influence & he's able to bring some of his friends to the party.

Our biggest "problem" was that Kubiak did a stint with SF a long time ago & had spent a long time in Denver. His circle wasn't very big.... Rick Smith came from that circle.

So let's say we get O'brien. He brings in McDaniels (if Belichick is not grooming him for New England), Vance Joseph stays..... That's a pretty good circle of influence there.
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