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Old 02-05-2014   #25
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Default Re: Texans Announce Coaching staff

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Originally Posted by Double Barrel View Post
hmmm...that's kind of a curious thing when I think about it.

Is it common for a HC to have a QC guy looking over his shoulder?

And is this O'Brien's idea?

I don't want to read too much into it when I don't know the trend or history of such an idea, but it seems kinda' weird after reading your post. Did the great coaches have QC guys?
Most positions carry and expectation of product delivery.
Strength & Cond. Coach gets the boys strong and fit to play the season
Defensive Coordinator is expected to build a defense that keeps us in games
Position coaches teach the fundamentals of their respective positions AND what is expected from them on their side of the ball.

Those are all clearly defined and measurable "products". Should the guy responsible not produce them, he's replaced

WTH is the expected "product" of the "Director of Football Research"???
...better footballs? Spy cameras?
How will McNair know when he's screwing up...? ...or doing a fabulous job...??
Someone help me out here.
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