Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Sutton=08Heisman, Jan 17, 2006.
Who would you say are the front runners for the new OC/DC??
DC= Gray/Marinelli/Bates (equal at this point)
Didnt Marinelli sign on to be someones head coach today....the Jets I think??? someone correct me if im wrong.
Works for me.
Eric Mangini (Pats DC) is the new coach for the Jets.
oh..my bad..thanks for the distinction...heard the name...couldnt remember what it was exactly, but thanks for clearing that up.
Does anybody know DCs that run 3-4 available.
Mort reported that Marinelli is going to be the new Lions coach.
Lions | Marinelli close to being hired
Wed, 18 Jan 2006 15:52:39 -0800
Nicholas J. Cotsonika, of the Detroit Free Press, reports the Detroit Lions are close to hiring Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive line coach Rod Marinelli to be their head coach, according to an NFL source. Lions officials were unavailable for comment. Marinelli was scheduled to arrive in Detroit late Tuesday, Jan. 17, for a second interview.
bah... well.. honestly I wasnt that interested in Marinelli anyway. Just didnt know much about him.
I think Gray ran the 3-4 in Buffalo, I could be wrong though
I believe they ran the 4-3. Speaking of the Bills, why not Mularkey as OC?
i would love jerry gray as DC
what about al saunders for OC? is he still available?
I think the Raiders will hire him for HC. If not he'll stay in KC
I think the simple answer to this question goes as follows: "What would Vince Young do?"
He would ask his uncle if he knows what a TE is.
a very realistic possibility for OC is former packer HC mike sherman....if yall read todays chronicle. jim gray and the DC from tampa are the candidates for the DC job in htown.
I would like Mike Sherman here as well, does his offensive scheme with with Kubiak philosophy? I would love Gray here as well, but not him can't forget about Green Bay's ex Defensive coordinator as well. Can't remember his name
I doubt that a former head coach would feel good about having to work under an inexperienced head coach/ clipboard holder.
I'd bet his preference would be to work under another experienced head coach, the way Capers worked under Coughlin after being peers. It doesn't sting quite as much.
Separate names with a comma.