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Old 12-23-2013   #661
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Not bad but I would replace Schwartz with Rex Ryan.
Rex Ryan isn't going to settle for a defensive coordinator job anymore. He's primed to land a head coaching job rather quickly. The Texans would be foolish not to pounce on him if he becomes available.
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If the Jets fire Rex Ryan would the Texans not at least be interested in interviewing him for the head coaching job? I sure like him a lot more than I do Lovie Smith. The man is a passionate winner who knows how to get the best out of his players. He's had a lot of success in the NFL without having what I would define as a good quarterback.
So he'd be in the exact same situation here; without a "good" QB. He reminds me of Dom Capers. Great DC, meh HC w horrid offenses.
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So he'd be in the exact same situation here; without a "good" QB. He reminds me of Dom Capers. Great DC, meh HC w horrid offenses.
The people ahead of him really screwed him. Tannenbaum was a terrible GM, IMO.
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Do we really care about a space eating NT in a pass happy league anymore? Just get me someone who can create interior pressure.
I've been saying that for five years but you won't get very far with it on this board.

The only way I'm okay with a big fatty in the middle is if he's a freak big fatty who can move.
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I've been saying that for five years but you won't get very far with it on this board.

The only way I'm okay with a big fatty in the middle is if he's a freak big fatty who can move.
I tend to agree. NT's like Wilfork are a rare find. Although, Pot Roast gave our Oline an ass whoopin yesterday
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What do y'all think about Mike Nolan?
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The next head coach for the Houston Texans........JASON GARRETT, very good at following orders and being a front office yes man.
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Knute Rockne for sure!!

If not, I wouldn't be offended by Lombardi as a secondary choice!
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Doesn't matter if Smith stays ... we continue to fail.
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Rex Ryan isn't going to settle for a defensive coordinator job anymore. He's primed to land a head coaching job rather quickly. The Texans would be foolish not to pounce on him if he becomes available.


i don't think Rex has done anything to immediately warrant another head coach job. I think he is forced to be a DC somewhere and regroup himself for a few seasons and then he will get another crack at it.
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i don't think Rex has done anything to immediately warrant another head coach job. I think he is forced to be a DC somewhere and regroup himself for a few seasons and then he will get another crack at it.
The Jets are 7-8 with no stability at the quarterback position and yet they may finish with a .500 record. I'd argue that they have less talent than we do and we may finish 2-14. Rex Ryan has done a heck of a job with that team this season. If we had a head coach like Rex Ryan we probably wouldn't have underachieved so miserably even with all of the key injuries.
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After hearing the Texans had a 7 hour interview with Lovie Smith, I started thinking about the possibility on defense... It's interesting to consider how the Texans' defensive personnel would fit into Lovie's system.

Cushing would be ideal as the Mike LB. Cushing has the range, instincts, and playmaking ability in the pass game to play all three downs and cause problems for the offense... Cushing roaming the middle of the field every play is a good situation for the Texans.

Watt is interesting... Where would he play primarily? RDE, LDE, or 3 technique DT? He'd play all 3 but his best fit, for the health of the defense, is DT... If the Texans get a big NT... Watt inside with a guy like that would cause constant pocket problems for the QB, shutdown the interior run, and give nice, sharp edges to the DEs.

KJ and JJo would both excel in cover 2 principles- giving them many opportunities to make plays on the ball- also, highlighting KJ's physicality in run support.

D. Manning was drafted and played for Lovie... Lovie's hire would likely mean that Manning would stick around for his last contract year. Swearinger certainly has the skills and play-making instincts to do what Lovie asks of SS. He can blitz, run support, and has the speed and ball-hawking ability to play the umbrella coverage.

Earl Mitchell could be brought back as DT (3technique)... somewhat dependent on their plans for Watt.

Mercilus would fit very well as the strong side DE (or pretty well at RDE also)... Mercilus would look great in this defense, I think!

Brooks Reed-- likely cut. Texans could cut him for $1.5 million savings without any dead money. I don't think he fits well at either DE... His only possible spot would be Strong LB, and I think that is a stretch.

Jamison and Crick are both decent fits as depth, mainly because they can be used in multiple spots.

So, from my view, the Texans could transition well, and quickly, into Lovie's defense... Needs I see:

1. space-eating NT
2. speed rusher DE (either to start or two rotate in when Watt moves to DT)
3. WLB- (Sharpton and Mays are FAs) Lovie knows this position and can draft it and also fill it effectively with a veteran
4. SLB- (see above)


** I'm not sure whether Buoye or Harris could be the nickel CB... nor can I speak to Pleasant as the 3rd safety... but, given the cap room and the draft picks the Texans will have, a coach like Lovie can adequately fill these holes without much difficulty.

Most encouraging is that the core talent on the Texans' defense fit very well into what Lovie would do: Cushing, Watt, Mercilus, KJ, JJo, Swearinger... which is good, because the real issue with Lovie (magnified by the Texans situation at QB) is what will he put together on offense.
Reed would have just under $500K in dead money, but still clear $1M of salary cap space. I'm not sure why you think he has no dead money.
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I disagree. I think Cushing would be an excellent SLB... however, he fits in all 3 positions... and, his combination of versatility, playmaking, and instincts would make him most valuable at the Mike.

I agree with you about Watt, but I'm not sure about the player-organizational dynamics... would the team "do that" to Watt?

I'm pretty sure Lovie likes "0 technique" NTs... Am I wrong about that?
I'm not sure anybody wants a 0 technique guy with the new rules protecting the center.
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Reed would have just under $500K in dead money, but still clear $1M of salary cap space. I'm not sure why you think he has no dead money.
What will it cost to replace him?
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I'm not sure anybody wants a 0 technique guy with the new rules protecting the center.
I thought the "new rules" protecting the center were only on special teams.
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What will it cost to replace him?
Let's imagine we go to a 4-3. Reed's only value then would be "pass rush specialist" rotational depth. We're not going to be asking him to "set the edge" that would be Jj Watt's job, Merci on the weak side.

Then we've got Travardo Williams to be our specialist.

Even if we stay in the 3-4, he basically contributed nada...... won't cost us anything to replace his production.
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Most league sources I talked to expect Penn State's Bill O'Brien to be on the radar of every team in need of a coach, as long as that team doesn't mind paying big money to its sideline boss. O'Brien reportedly has a $6.48 million NFL-team buyout in his Penn State contract, and would then command a sizable salary on top of that. Money has never been a restrictor plate for Snyder, but O'Brien should have more than one option, and he likely won't view the Redskins as giving him his best possible chance at success. Houston or Dallas seem far more attractive in that regard.

Houston -- Everything is coming up No. 1 for the Texans. They were the first team (and only one thus far) to create a coaching vacancy when they fired Gary Kubiak after a Week 14 loss at Jacksonville. They're in line to earn the No. 1 pick in next spring's draft with one week remaining in the regular season. And they're seen as having the clear-cut plumb coaching job to offer this offseason, with a talented roster, an answer to their quarterback issues coming via the draft and a patient owner (Bob McNair) known for doing things the right way.

"Everyone wants that job," one league source told me. "Every coach out there wants to get in on that search.''

Ex-Bears head coach Lovie Smith has reportedly already interviewed for the job, and the Texas native has been considered a strong possibility for the position since the moment Kubiak exited. But don't award him the gig just yet. Penn State's O'Brien and San Diego's Whisenhunt could both offer Smith strong competition for the post, with one source telling me that O'Brien's toughness appeals to Houston, and another making the point that Texans general manager Rick Smith's familiarity with Whisenhunt is a plus for the ex-Cardinals head coach.

This will be McNair's hire to make, but Smith's job is safe and he'll have significant input in deciding on Kubiak's successor. Other candidates who might factor into Houston's search or warrant an interview are Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, the ex-Packers and Texas A&M coach, and current Seattle offensive line coach Tom Cable, the former Raiders head coach who had done quality work with the Seahawks. In addition, current interim head coach Wade Phillips remains in the picture, although his winless record as the team's part-time head coach has weakened his bid.
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What will it cost to replace him?
Well, Connor Barwin had a 2012 season that was like this: 44 tackles and 3 sacks. He eventually signed a 2013 contract with the Eagles for 36 million over 6 years. Mays is a 5 million a year player. B Reed will play for about 1 million next year. Do you really think they want to replace him----one game left to play and he has 51 tackles and 3 sacks?
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