Ok, Here's a Head Caoching Candidate

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  1. RTP2110

    RTP2110 Thank You Andre

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    How about Pat Hill from Fresno State. You gotta love the way this guy coaches. He's a fiery guy, not afraid to make gutsy call, doesn't let the defense dictate what he is going to do. He runs his offense against any team. Thoughts?
     
  2. HJam72

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    Isn't that the team where everyone is just a product of the system. Yeah, that coach is just a product of their system. :)

    ...and Capers is a product of our system? When did we get a system? It's gotta be Buchannon's fault.
     
  3. marroncito

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    Wouldn't he be a good guy to bring Carr back to form?
     
  4. Napa Auto Parts

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    Great now if we could just get the Texans into the WAC instead of the NFL. we would totally dominate
     
  5. El Tejano

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    Yeah, I don't know about that guy. To be honest I'm trying to get a successful NFL coach in here. There is just too much gambling going on already and this team needs someone who has the respectable resume.
     
  6. texan0305

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    Here are some names that should get thrown around: Tom Moore- Offensive Cordinator (colts), Monte Kiffin Defensive Cordinator (bucks), Jim Johnson Defensive Cordinator (eagles)...also if possible Pete Carroll, another guy that might get a serious look depending on his health issues would be Mike Martz...
     
  7. tulexan

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    what about Kubiak? His team has the best rushing game in the league, one of the best offensive lines, and turned a mobile questionable quarterback (sounds familiar) into a very successful one. Seems like he is just who we need.
     
  8. El Tejano

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    How much of it is Kubiak and how much of it is Shanahan? Shanahan was pretty successful before he had Kubiak.
     


  9. Scooter

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    quite possibly it's the combination. but kubiak's lasted with the broncos for over a decade and that wouldnt have happened if he werent turning out powerhouses year after year.
     
  10. touttail

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    It's still totally different being a rah-rah college coach than a NFL coach. You can rah-rah college players, but the Pors will make the same amount of money regardless. So many have tried and failed, but a few have made it!
    I would like to see someone with NFL experience to clean up this mess instead of a college coach!

    bobby 119C:brickwall
     
  11. cuppacoffee

    cuppacoffee Resident Grouch

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    On the other hand, after a decade, why is he still a coordinator?
    Lots of jobs have been filled in the last decade. As you have probably guessed by now I am not a Kubiak fan. Nothing against the guy, I just don't believe he is the answer.
    At least you have a suggestion, that's more than I can come up with. :)


    cac:..:coffee:
     
  12. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    i'd like Jeff Fisher as HC

    I also liked Gregg Williams as a defensive coordinater

    if these guys sould be available.

    Pete Carrol (from your list) or monte ..i'd like

    I don't think the OC from the colts would fit in here or atleast his style of offense unless we gave him a couple of years to bring in the right players.. hmm reggie wayne a FA this season???
     
  13. tulexan

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    Some guys like just being coordinators. Look at Norm Chow. Being a Houston guy, I would assume that he would like to coach in his town, and considering that he interviewed for the job that Capers got, I think that assumption is correct.
     

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