Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Hookem Horns, Jul 5, 2013.
If any coach can guide them through such screwed up times.... it may be Fisher. I was thinking they were about due for a turnaround, maybe even 2013's Cinderella.
But if they move, I hope they move to San Antonio.
I'd want them to move back to LA if for no other reason than to take the league's favorite waiting-in-the-wings threat away from them. I'm sick and tired of hearing about how LA is eventually going to get a team. Send the Rams home and put this insanity to rest.
They'll just run them out again.
Screw LA, they don't really want a team anyway.
No way Jerry Jones will let a team into San Antonio.
Well... if it's going to upset Jerrah... I like the idea even more.
Lucky's right............not a chance in Hell the Rams end up in San Antonio.
Some may have missed thispiece back in the end of April.
The logical solution is to just move the back to LA, it would kill two birds with one stone.
pretty sure McNair would vote against Rams to San Antonio
Why do the Cowboys travel all the way to CA for camp?
I don't know the original reason but very early on they started doing it and it went on for almost three decades through the sixties to the nineties. It was a tremendous marketing move. Even though the Rams and Raiders cycled through LA the Cowboys were tremendously popular out there.
Marketing the Star to the West Coast.
McNair needs to take notice of what Jones is doing in SA. He could win all those fans in & around SA if he would just fight for it.
If the Cowboys play themselves out of the play-offs one more time on the last game of the season...
& the Texans continue to push towards a SuperBowl, he'll get them. McNair is doing a fine job winning the football fans in the greater Houston area. No need to move training camp now.
America's Team and all that stuff
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I vote for sending Fisher and his criminals across the pond -- the London Lambs.
Fisher - winning percentage .542%
Head coach 18 years, winning record 8 years. 4 div. championships
Kubiak- winning percentage .527%
Head coach 7 years, winning record 3 years. 2 div. championships
And Kubiak started off in a much deeper hole than Fisher.
What were his numbers before Wade Phillips arrived?
But he did hire Phillips.
The % goes on Kubiaks resume'.
All coaches are only as good as the staff they assemble.
( just ask mack brown)
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