Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Mario Williams, Jan 14, 2006.
Is it set in stone that Kubiak is coming here or will he change his mind if he wins the Superbowl?
It'd be funny if he decided to stay, wouldn't it?
I don't know why he would decide to stay, that would give him 3 superbowl rings and he'd have nothing else to prove as a O coordinator. I think Him and Houston is already a done deal.
I was thinking the same thing, but from rumors and reports Kubiak coming here is pretty much a done deal. I can't see him changing his mind just to go back and maybe win another Super Bowl as a coordinator.
If they won, it would be his 4th Super Bowl ring. I doubt it would have an effect. A head coaching job is a big deal, and it just happens to be for the team in his home town. Kubiak interviewed for job that Dom Capers got with the Texans back in 2001. This is his dream job.
Denver's offense looks very much like Palmer's offense.
Did you see how many shots they actually took down the field, even with a late lead?
You don't mean Chris Palmer do you? Because Chris's offensive scheme was too predictable and the Denver offense kept the Pats (you know the team that shut down the colts and who won 3 of the last 4 super bowls) off balance all night.
carson palmer maybe?
I still can't manage to separate Chris Palmer and Dom Capers. I wonder what Palmer's offense would have looked like without Capers' micromanagement of it.
I think Chris would have success with a vetern QB, He just has problems developing young QBs. He bombed with Couch and couldn't come up with schemes to protect Carr. If I had a young QB I would keep him away
Contrary to what many claim Chris Palmer is a very good offensive coordinator and I think his time in Jacksonville clearly shows that. He was not successfull in Cleveland because you cannot put together a complete offense in two years. The sheer stupidity of the Cleveland Browns front office is evident in that they've existed for 7 years and (including their interim guy) they've had 4 head coaches. That team is being led by fools.
Nobody builds offensive lines in two years when they're starting with zero players on the roster. Palmers offensive philosophy seems to require some bare minimum of pass protection which you won't get in an expansion team. A veteran QB can maybe mitigate some of the problems that come from that but in both experiences Palmer had with expansion teams he opted for a rookie QB which basically aggravated the problem that he already had no solution for.
thats well said and I think Palmer tried to have Carr throw down the field in the right situation but protection broke down or the defense was in the wrong coverage for the play to work meaning the timing was never there. Pendry was much more ball control & three step drops & gave up throwing the deep ball until the Jacksonville game.
Hey now, that's not very nice to have us guessing. Which Palmer are you talking about Chris or Carson?
To take a promotion, return to his hometown, and do it all while at the high point with the Broncos.... I think he will be on the plane to Houston regardless.
If I heard it correctly on ESPN, Kubiak IS going to be Houston's head coach.
Yeah, and ESPN was about two days behind when they reported it.
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