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Old 01-10-2014   #373
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Default Re: Mike Munchack being interviewed as office of line coach

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Originally Posted by speedfreek View Post
I'm cool with sending everyone packing if McNair is willing to tell
everyone we're in a rebuild -- and start cutting ticket prices, etc.

If you wanna gamble on a new guy -- and are willing to take the
risks of multiple crappy seasons to see it through then so be it.

But, if it were me, this guy is on a short leash. I give him 3 years
tops to show me he's going to build a superbowl contender.


If you're going to flush everything (and I mean everything) then
you damn well better be right.
But that's the thing: 3-4 years isn't a short leash; it's normal. Most coaches only GET 3-5 years. That is a decent amount of time to evaluate a coach, and to see where he's taking the team.

I'm a fan of giving a guy 5 years. But, you can easily see by the end of year 3 if it's going to work or not.

Let's not forget that Kubiak getting 8 years was abnormal in the NFL.
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