Anyone like Jim Fassel?

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  1. HoustonFrog

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    He has won as a head coach. He is an offensive mind. Despite having a shaky QB who got better in Baltimore, their offense improved over the season. Just a name out there.
     
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    No way. He waits til his team is about to sink before he gets his act together.
     
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    yeah, another name to ignore. That guy is a retread.
     
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    Does every fired head coach need a topic? Baltimore's offense stinks. The two games that Boller did well were a fluke, as can be seen by the egg he laid against the Browns. THE BROWNS. Baltimore's offense was better BEFORE Fassel got there, when they had a 2000 yard rusher in 2003.

    Hey guys, how about Marty Mornhinweg? He's available. Or Dennis Erickson? Better yet, let's just promote Fangio to HC.
     
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    Alright, just throwing out names. I'd personally rather give Kubiak a shot.
     
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    Fassel is a players coach and that is the last thing we need. We need a guy to come in here and whip these guys into shape. Do yall remember how undisciplined the giants were when Coughlin got there. His players were reporting him to the league because of his tough practices. Now they respect him and have bought into his system. I would love to get a hard nosed coach that doesn't take any BS or a half hearted effort.
     

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