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Old 10-11-2005   #1
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These are the coaches I would like to see replace Capers and why.

Jeff Fisher - His team always plays for him and he is a great players' coach. Has been to the Super Bowl.

Herm Edwards - plain and simple, he plays to win the game and he turned a Jets team into a playoff team.

Brian Billick - Won the Superbowl with not so good talent at QB and great talent on Defense. The other thing I like about him came just this past week. His team lost to the Lions and he put the blame on himself. He didn't beat around the bush and give all these crappy answers. He basically said he was accountable.
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These are the coaches I would like to see replace Capers and why.

Jeff Fisher - His team always plays for him and he is a great players' coach. Has been to the Super Bowl.

Herm Edwards - plain and simple, he plays to win the game and he turned a Jets team into a playoff team.

Brian Billick - Won the Superbowl with not so good talent at QB and great talent on Defense. The other thing I like about him came just this past week. His team lost to the Lions and he put the blame on himself. He didn't beat around the bush and give all these crappy answers. He basically said he was accountable.
They all sound good to me. I dont see JJeff Fisher leaving Tenn anytime soon though. Edwards is probablly safe for atleast 1 more season aswell. Billick would be awsome. His name is constantly being brought up for being on the hot seat... so if he's available then I hope McNair can coax him into leading our team to our first superbowl!
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Actually Brian Billick was considered an offensive genius before the Ravens. The problem now is that he don't have the talent out there like he used to.
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Herm Edwards may be able to make magic in houston but I dont see him coming here for some odd reason.
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I'm just saying I don't want some Joe Schmo that has never head coached before.
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Brian Billick is one of the very few coaches id want less than capers. Billick is a self proclaimed "offensive genius" who rode warren moon/ chris carter/ randall cunningham/ randy moss' coattails to get his head coaching gig.

His superbowl win was less his doing, and more a combination of defensive genius Marvin Lewis coupled with weak competetion. (the titans were good that year, but there was no one close to todays pats, eagles, and colts)

He seems to be more set in his ways than capers.
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so if he's available then I hope McNair can coax him into leading our team to our first superbowl!
I dunno....before he does that, doesn't he have to figure how to get us out of the AFC South sellar ?
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I dunno....before he does that, doesn't he have to figure how to get us out of the AFC South sellar ?
nahhhh... Lets just jump from worst to first...
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Brian Billick is one of the very few coaches id want less than capers. Billick is a self proclaimed "offensive genius" who rode warren moon/ chris carter/ randall cunningham/ randy moss' coattails to get his head coaching gig.

His superbowl win was less his doing, and more a combination of defensive genius Marvin Lewis coupled with weak competetion. (the titans were good that year, but there was no one close to todays pats, eagles, and colts)

He seems to be more set in his ways than capers.
I posted this in another thread about Billick...Lewis was the DC from 96-01, Billick got there in 99...from Billick's profile...the 2000 Ravens' defense set the NFL's 16-game standard for fewest points (165). Prior to Billick's arrival in Baltimore in 1999, the Ravens' defense had been ranked no higher than 22nd in the league over the team's 1st 3 seasons. In each of Coach Billick's 1st 3 years as the Ravens' head coach, Baltimore's defense ranked 2nd in the league. In 2003 and 2004, the defense finished 3rd and 6th-best in the NFL, respectively.)
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I don't like Billick. He has always seemed like an *******, especially when he got caught on camera after beating the titans and said "F you"
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Yeah but that team won the Super Bowl that year and with an owner like Art Modell.
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