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Old 01-01-2014   #61
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He will. His defensive philosophy involves mixing coverages in the secondary... So, wade is gone!
Of course coverages in the defensive secondary are a function of the front end of the defense to a degree, but the front 7 is what Wade's all about. He's a man willing to be flexible, wants to remain in Houston for personal reasons, so I don't think it's a sure thing that he's gone. O'Brien will probably want to concentrate exclusively on the offensive side of the game, so he might welcome a DC with Wade's lengthy NFL resume who at the same time is very laid-back type who might be compatible with a firebrand like O'Brien.
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I am not sure how much weight I put in the "coaching tree failed so this guy will fail".
Agreed. What people may not realize with BOB is that he is one of the only first-time NFL head coaches from the "Belichick tree" that has previous (as well as successful) head coaching experience, which is unlike Josh McDaniels, Romeo Crennel, Eric Mangini, Jim Schwartz, etc...
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Great, Glad to know we've got another head coach that likes
to put his buddies on the gravy train with him.

Wonder if he has a guy in mind for GM?

Kubiak part deux

Does anyone know if any of those people have a lick of
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Great, Glad to know we've got another head coach that likes
to put his buddies on the gravy train with him.

Wonder if he has a guy in mind for GM?

Kubiak part deux

Does anyone know if any of those people have a lick of
pro experience?

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No one even knows if anyone is coming with him.
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Great, Glad to know we've got another head coach that likes
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Wonder if he has a guy in mind for GM?
EVERY HC leans heavily on buddies or folks recommended by buddies.
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Apparently he's bringing his assistant HC/WR coach Stan Hixon with him.

http://www.pennlive.com/pennstatefoo...stan_hixo.html
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Apparently he's bringing his assistant HC/WR coach Stan Hixon with him.

http://www.pennlive.com/pennstatefoo...stan_hixo.html
Hixon has 8 years experience coaching WRs in the NFL, in addition to 25 years coaching in college. He has the resume.
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Fans here are so ready to complain it's like they lose all common sense.

Didn't the Texans conduct multi-hour interviews?
Don't you think one of the questions was something like "Who would you see filling out your staff?"

And don't you think the interview wouldn't have gone very well if he had responded by telling McNair he intended to create PSU south in Houston?

I don't think Smith and McNair are going to build his staff for him, but I highly doubt any HC would be given such a good NFL job if he didn't intend to use the lure of an NFL gig to get some really talented people here.
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EVERY HC leans heavily on buddies or folks recommended by buddies.
also known as basic human behavior and the difference between a successful HC or being another example of the Peter Principle.
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also known as basic human behavior and the difference between a successful HC or being another example of the Peter Principle.
Care to expound? Show me a recent HC hire that succeeded that hired noone he knew
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Care to expound? Show me a recent HC hire that succeeded that hired noone he knew
It's not so much as no one he knows and more to do with hiring the best and brightest coaches he can find vs hiring friend and buddies, Belichick vs Kubiak.
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It's not so much as no one he knows and more to do with hiring the best and brightest coaches he can find vs hiring friend and buddies, Belichick vs Kubiak.
It would be nice to find the next Belichick, you know where to find him?

It's pretty much a stretch to compare just about anyone with Belichick.

And last I heard, he's got a job.
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It would be nice to find the next Belichick, you know where to find him?
Try Jimbo Fisher
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Try Jimbo Fisher
And if Jimbo Fisher brought his buddies along with him, would you cry "David Shaw"?
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Try Jimbo Fisher
Does he have any desire to coach in the pros?

Last I looked there were a handful of coaching gigs open in the NFL and Jimbo just signed a big fat contract extension.
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It's not so much as no one he knows and more to do with hiring the best and brightest coaches he can find vs hiring friend and buddies, Belichick vs Kubiak.
You need someone who knows and understands your system to teach your system. It doesn't mean they aren't the best and brightest minds. You can't have an eclectic bunch of coaches contradicting each other and coaching our players differently.
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Bill O'Brien trains with Belichick but is derided as 'not the next Belihick' before his hiring is even announced.

Meanwhile Jimbo Fisher is?

And all because of one statement?
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Does he have any desire to coach in the pros?
I don't know, you asked me to find you the next Belichick, I obliged. My guess is YES, most all coaches aspire to the highest level. I think Jimbo would be more like Jimmy Johnson than Steve Spurrier.

Lou Holtz told me that he knew in his first week as head coach of the New York Jets that he didn't enjoy it. It was not fun and college was much more rewarding for him. Lou also told me that the reason he was successful is because he knew how to win more football games than his fellow college head coaches.
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I don't know, you asked me to find you the next Belichick, I obliged. My guess is YES, most all coaches aspire to the highest level. I think Jimbo would be more like Jimmy Johnson than Steve Spurrier.

Lou Holtz told me that he knew in his first week as head coach of the New York Jets that he didn't enjoy it. It was not fun and college was much more rewarding for him. Lou also told me that the reason he was successful is because he knew how to win more football games than his fellow college head coaches.
Yeah, but you can't be the next Belichick by staying in College.
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Yeah, but you can't be the next Belichick by staying in College.
Yep, some smart owner has to offer you the job and someone will.
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