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Old 01-10-2014   #321
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Why would Munchack want this job ? And what about the kid from Iowa who
reportedly was going to be the new Oline coach ?
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Didn't he go from "office of line" coach to HC?

Seriously though, he was never an OC right? I don't think he has ever really excelled at anything above coaching the offensive line.

Why would someone hire him for anything else?
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I don;t understand why some folks are so hung up on what the previous staff did. Zone blocking, 3-4, zone, etc...it's a new era. If Munchack gets the OL to sing the D to sleep, who gives a ****? It'll be a step up from last year when the OL tried to tire the D to sleep by letting them run wild.
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Didn't he go from "office of line" coach to HC?

Seriously though, he was never an OC right? I don't think he has ever really excelled at anything above coaching the offensive line.

Why would someone hire him for anything else?
Line coach to NFL Head Coach ? Excellent !
3 years as an NFL Head Coach directly to Line coach ? Not Good !
On a related story, former Houston Texans HC Gary Kubiak was rumored by
John McClain to be interviewing with current Texans HC Bill O'Brien for the QB coaching position.
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I don;t understand why some folks are so hung up on what the previous staff did. Zone blocking, 3-4, zone, etc...it's a new era. If Munchack gets the OL to sing the D to sleep, who gives a ****? It'll be a step up from last year when the OL tried to tire the D to sleep by letting them run wild.
Hey! A couple of those defenses were pretty darned tuckered out by the end of the game. If those things had gone to overtime we'd have had them exhausted and right where we wanted them!

I'd be perfectly content with Munch and Matthews handling the OL coaching here. I doubt they would have any trouble understanding or coaching zone blocking schemes.
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Mangini as OC? WTF?

Sounds like BOB is surrounding himself with former head coaches
for a reason -- like maybe he feels the need for a lot of hand-holding.

Not happy with that thought..

Kind of fitting though, because Bortles reminds me of Pennington,
and I have a hunch the Texans will screw up the #1 pick and
take him over the other QB's, Clowney, or Matthews
Or IDK, maybe Bill O'brien wants a experienced coaching staff and guys he's comfortable with and he's won with in the past.

Btw.. Bortles is nothing like pennington. They couldn't be more complete opposites. Pennington had a noodle arm, but was accurate. Bortles has a elite arm, but needs to work on accuracy.
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I don;t understand why some folks are so hung up on what the previous staff did. Zone blocking, 3-4, zone, etc...it's a new era. If Munchack gets the OL to sing the D to sleep, who gives a ****? It'll be a step up from last year when the OL tried to tire the D to sleep by letting them run wild.
Who's hungup? I think people are just curious as t what this means. I know I am.
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Line coach to NFL Head Coach ? Excellent !
3 years as an NFL Head Coach directly to Line coach ? Not Good !
On a related story, former Houston Texans HC Gary Kubiak was rumored by
John McClain to be interviewing with current Texans HC Bill O'Brien for the QB coaching position.
That would be an interesting turn of events.
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O’Brien wants to have some assistants with NFL experience. Vrabel played 14 years in the NFL, including eight with the Patriots.

If he gets Munchak, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, for his offensive line and Romeo Crennel as his defensive coordinator, O’Brien will have two former NFL head coaches on his staff.

If O’Brien hires Munchak, he might also get Bruce

Matthews, another former Oilers offensive lineman in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as his assistant offensive line coach.

Munchak had a 12-year playing career with the Oilers. He was a first-round pick in 1982 and played through the 1993 season before remaining in the organization as an assistant coach and head coach.

Munchak spent 32 years with the Oilers/Tennessee Titans organization. He would replace John Benton as the Texans’ offensive line coach.

During his 17 years as an assistant with the Oilers/Titans, Munchak was considered one of the NFL’s best offensive line coaches.

In his career as a left guard, Munchak was one of the most popular and respected players in Houston’s pro football history.

Munchak helped the Oilers make the playoffs from 1987-93 during what was called the run-and-shoot era. When he retired, he became an assistant offensive line coach and then was promoted to offensive line coach before being elevated to head coach by late Titans owner Bud Adams.

Meanwhile, Vrabel is leaving the Buckeyes after coaching linebackers and the defensive line for three years. When Vrabel won his Super Bowl rings, Crennel was his defensive coordinator.

O’Brien is hoping to hire Crennel, who won five Super Bowl rings working as an assistant coach for Bill Parcells with the New York Giants and Bill Belichick with New England.

Crennel, 66, was the head coach at Cleveland and Kansas City. He was fired by the Chiefs after the 2012 season with two years left on his contract. He didn’t coach in 2013.

Crennel had left the Patriots before Belichick gave O’Brien his first NFL job.

The Texans announced this week that Bill Kollar, assistant head coach/defensive line, has been retained by O’Brien. If O’Brien can get Munchak to go with Kollar, the offensive and defensive lines will be in veteran hands.

Special-teams coordinator Bob Ligashesky is still under contract, but his status hasn’t been determined.

Although nothing is official, O’Brien is bringing six assistants with him from Penn State: Charles London (running backs), Stan Hixon (receivers), John Butler (defensive backs), Anthony Midget (assistant defensive backs), Jim Bernhardt (special assistant to head coach) and Pat Fitzgerald (strength and conditioning).
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for a reason -- like maybe he feels the need for a lot of hand-holding.

Not happy with that thought.
Former HCs tend to make good coaches. Problem is Munch and Mangenius will use it as stepping stone for HC gigs. Crennel not so much. I do have concern about too many chiefs, not enough indians.

I'm wondering if Mr. McNair opened his checkbook to out-pay for coaches/coordinators? And that explains some of what's beginning to look like confusion in coaching hires.
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Mangini as OC? WTF?

Sounds like BOB is surrounding himself with former head coaches
for a reason -- like maybe he feels the need for a lot of hand-holding.

Not happy with that thought..

Kind of fitting though, because Bortles reminds me of Pennington,
and I have a hunch the Texans will screw up the #1 pick and
take him over the other QB's, Clowney, or Matthews
Lol.

Hire experienced coaches because he needs hand holding?

That's funny sh!t right there!
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Lol.

Hire experienced coaches because he needs hand holding?

That's funny sh!t right there!
He should hire a bunch of newbs.. you know, like the last HC did when he came in.
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Everyone cried that we needed changes and now we get changes and it's all wrong before a snap is even played.

One thing about the new changes, if they are going to f@ck it up, they are doing it at full speed ahead!


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Kind of fitting though, because Bortles reminds me of Pennington, and I have a hunch the Texans will screw up the #1 pick and
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Horrible comparison. Pennington was a very intelligent QB with half the arm of Schaub. That isn't close to Bortles.
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Former HCs tend to make good coaches. Problem is Munch and Mangenius will use it as stepping stone for HC gigs. Crennel not so much. I do have concern about too many chiefs, not enough indians.

I'm wondering if Mr. McNair opened his checkbook to out-pay for coaches/coordinators? And that explains some of what's beginning to look like confusion in coaching hires.
I see no confusion here. What do you think looks confusing about these possible moves? Just curious. What am I missing?

It looks to me like they're going after higher profile coaches than in the past but all of them make sense to me.
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Horrible comparison. Pennington was a very intelligent QB with half the arm of Schaub. That isn't close to Bortles.
But at last Schaub's arm stayed in socket.. Felt bad for Penngington I don't think he could take a snap without his shoulder getting dislocated.
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Mike Vrabel was the LB coach at Ohio State for the past couple years. He was also a recruiter for them, and was one of the coaches Urban Meyer kept on staff when he took over the team. He had a good career, won 3 rings with the Pats, and even played a little TE in goal line sets for the Patriots. I hope he does well, but this will be his first coaching job in the NFL.
And the Chiefs too IIRC.
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BOB looked at the production at OLB and brought in a guy who played there . Vrabel could get that many sacks today .
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