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Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« on: December 06, 2019, 10:40:09 PM »
Lot of openings already at the college level and Carolina is now officially open in the NFL. USC has offered a big pay raise to Graham Harrell to keep him around as OC but I can see him making the jump to a HC opportunity. Also sources say that Ole Miss has pretty much locked in a deal to bring in Lane Kiffin as their new HC.

Finally, Jeff Tedford is officially out as HC at Fresno State as is Mike Bobo at Colorado State. Judging by the past several years, we can expect between 20 and 25 changes at the CFB level.

NFL Gigs
Arizona Cardinals: DL - , AST - Derius Swinton
Atlanta Falcons: TE - , DL - Tosh Lupoi, DA - Joe Whitt
Buffalo Bills: DL - Eric Washington
Carolina Panthers: Matt Rhule, OC - Joe Brady, QB - Jake Peetz, AQB - Matt Lombardi, TE - Brian Angelichio, OL - Pat Meyer, DC - Phil Snow, DRGC - Al Holcomb, DL - Mike Phair, ADL - Frank Okam, DB - Jason Simmons, AST - Ed Foley
Chicago Bears: OC - Bill Lazor, QB - John DeFilippo, PGC - Dave Ragone, TE - Clancy Barone, OL - Juan Castillo, AST -
Cincinnati Bengals: QB - , LB - Al Golden, CB - Steve Jackson
Cleveland Browns: Kevin Stefanski, OC/QB - Alex Van Pelt, RB - Stump Mitchell, WR - Chad O'Shea, TE - Drew Petzing, OL - Bill Callahan, DC - Joe Woods, LB - Fred Pagac, DB - Jeff Howard, ST - Mike Priefer, AST - Doug Colman
Dallas Cowboys: Mike McCarthy, WR - Adam Henry, OA - Chase Haslett, DC - Mike Nolan, LB - George Edwards, ADB - Maurice Linguist, ST - John Fassel
Denver Broncos: OC - Pat Shurmur, QB - Mike Shula, OLB - John Pagano
Detroit Lions: TE - , OL - Hank Fraley, AOL - Billy Yates, DC - Cory Undlin, LB - Tyrone McKenzie, DB - , ST - Brayden Coombs
Green Bay Packers: WR - , DB -
Houston Texans: DC - Anthony Weaver, OLB - , ADB - Deon Broomfield
Indianapolis Colts: DL -
Jacksonville Jaguars: OC - Jay Gruden
Las Vegas Raiders: DL - Rod Marinelli
Los Angeles Chargers: OL - , ADB - Addison Lynch
Los Angeles Rams: OC - Kevin O'Connell, RB - , DC - Brendan Staley, ST -
Miami Dolphins: OC - Chan Gailey, QB - Robby Brown, OL - Steve Marshall, DC - Josh Boyer, OLB - Austin Clark, DB - Gerald Alexander, ADB - Curt Kuntz
Minnesota Vikings: OC - Gary Kubiak, DC - , ADB -
New England Patriots: WR - , OL - , OA - Jedd Fisch, ADB - Vinny Sunseri, ST -
New Orleans Saints: LB -
New York Giants: Joe Judge, OC - Jason Garrett, RB - Burton Burns, WR - Tyke Tolbert, TE - Freddie Kitchens, OL - Marc Colobmo, AOL - Jody Wright, OA - Derek Dooley, DC - Patrick Graham, DL - Bret Bielema, ADL - Sean Spencer, ALB - Kevin Sherrrer, ADB - Mike Treier, ST - Thomas McGaughey
Philadelphia Eagles: OC - , WR - , DB - Marquand Manuel
San Francisco 49ers: DB -
Tennessee Titans: DC - , ILB -
Washington Redskins: Ron Rivera, OC - Scott Turner, DC - Jack Del Rio, ADL - Jeff Zgonina, LB - Steve Russ, DB - Chris Harris, AST - Ben Jacobs

CFB Gigs
Abilene Christian: WR - Donte Ellington
Appalachian State: Shawn Clark, OC - Tony Petersen, DC - Dale Jones, CB - James Rowe
Arkansas: Sam Pittman, OC - Kendal Briles, RB - Jimmy Smith, DC - Barry Odom, DL - Derrick Leblanc, CB - Sam Carter, ST - Mike Krysl, AST - Scott Fountain
Arizona: DC - Paul Rhoads, DL - Stan Eggen, OLB - Andy Buh
Arizona State: DB - Chris Hawkins
Army: QB - Cody Worley, TE - Matt Drinkall, OL - Saga Tuitele, DC - Nate Woody, ST - Sean Saturnio
Auburn: OC - Chad Morris, OL - Jack Bicknell Jr.
Ball State: OC/RB - Kevin Lynch
Baylor: Dave Aranda, OC - Larry Fedora, WR - Jorge Munoz, OL - Joe Wickline, DC - Ron Roberts, DL - Dennis Johnson, CB - Brian Stewart
Boise State: RB - Winston Venable, WR - Matt Miller
Boston College: Jeff Hafley, OC/QB - Frank Cignetti Jr, WR - Joe Dailey, TE - Steve Shimko, DC - Tem Lukabu, DB - Aazaar Abdul-Rahim
Buffalo: RB - Isaac Reed
California: OC - Bill Musgrave, RB - Aristotle Thompson, DB - Marcel Yates
Cal Poly: Beau Baldwin, OC/WR - Nick Edwards, QB - Erik Meyer, RB - Aristotle Thompson, OL - Paul Wulff, TE/Co-ST Casey Petree
Coastal Carolina: WR - Tony Washington
Colorado State: Steve Addazio, OC/QB - Joey Lynch, RB - Brian White, TE - Cody Booth, DC - Chuck Heater, DL - Antoine Smith, LB - Sean Cronin, S -
Duke: OL - Greg Frey
East Carolina: DC - Blake Harrell
Eastern Kentucky: Walt Wells, OC - Andy Richman
Florida: TE -
Florida A&M: OC/QB - KJ Black
Florida Atlantic: Willie Taggart, OC - Clint Trickett, DC - Jim Leavitt, OLB - Raymond Woodie, DB - Stanford Samuels, DB - Lance Guidry
Florida International: ST - DJ McCarthy
Florida State: Mike Norvell, OC - Kenny Dillingham, RB - David Johnson, WR - Ron Dugans, TE - Chris Thomsen, OL - Alex Atkins, DC - Adam Fuller, DE - John Papuchis, DT - Odell Haggans, LB - Chris Marve, CB - TJ Rushing
Fresno State: Kalen DeBoer, RB - Lee Marks, DC - William Inge
Gardner-Webb: Tre Lamb, QB - Taylor Lamb, RB - Dominique Davenport, WR - Kelsey Pope, TE - Jordan Miller, OL - Jake Thornton, DC - Josh Reardon, ST - Taylor Hennigan
Georgia: OC - Todd Monken
Georgia Southern: WR - Dimitri Donald
Hawaii: Todd Graham, OC - GJ Kinne, ST - Dan Phillips
Holy Cross: OC - Justin Roper
Houston: ST - Mark Scott
Howard: Larry Scott
Illinois: DE - Jimmy Lindsey, DT - Alfred Davis, DB - Keynodo Hudson
Indiana: OC/WR - Grant Heard, OC/QB - Nick Sheridan, TE - Kevin Wright, S - Jason Jones, ST - Kasey Teegarden
Kansas: WR - Emmett Jones, S - Jordan Peterson
Kent State: RB - Matt Johnson
Lamar: Blane Morgan, OC/OL - Patrick Covington, OC/WR - Ron Antoine, QB - Jackson Eskierksa, RB - Coby Gipson, TE - Austen Jacobs
Liberty: S - Corey Batoon
Louisiana Tech: OC/QB - Joe Sloan, IWR - Trey Holtz, DC - David Blackwell, DL - Anthony Camp
Louisville: ILB - Derek Nicholson
LSU: OC - , DC - Bo Pelini
Marshall: S - Jordon Hankins
Maryland: ST - George Helow
McNeese: Frank Wilson, WR - Blayne Gautier
Memphis: Ryan Silverfield, TE - David Glidden, OL - Jim Bridge, DC - Mike MacIntyre, DL - Kyle Pope, LB - Bert Watts, DB - Charles Clark
Mercer: Drew Conic, WR - La'Donte Harris, DC - Joel Taylor, DL - Jimmy Long, CB/ST - David Cole, S - Mike Adams
Miami, Florida: OC - Rhett Lashlee, WR - , OL - Garin Justice
Michigan: LB - Brian Jean-Mary, S - Bob Shoop
Minnesota: OC/QB - Mike Sanford Jr, OC/WR - Matt Simon, DL - Chad Wilt
Mississippi State: Mike Fucking Leach, RB - Eric Mele, OWR - Steve Spurrier Jr, OL - Mason Miller, DL - Jeff Phelps, CB - Darcel McBath, ST - Matt Brock
Missouri: Eli Drinkwitz, Co-OC - Curtis Luper, OL - Marcus Johnson
Missouri State: Bobby Petrino, OC - Nick Petrino, RB - Ronnie Fouch, TE - Nelson Fishback, DB - William Gay
Montana State: OC -
Murray State: Dean Hood
Nebraska: OC/WR - Matt Lubick, OLB - Mike Dawon
Nevada: OL - Billy Best, DC/LB - Brian Ward, CB - Freddie Banks, S - Ronnie Wheat, ST - Thomas Sheffield
New Mexico: OC - Derek Warehime, QB - Jordan Salkin, OL - Jason Lenzmeier, DC - Rocky Long, LB - David Howes, S - Troy Reffett
North Carolina: OLB/ST - Jovan Dewitt
North Carolina State: OC - Tim Beck
North Texas: Co-OC/OL - Mike Bloesch, DC - Clint Bowen, ST - Mike Ekeler
Northern Colorado: Ed McCaffrey, OC - Dave Baldwin, RB - Brandon Maguire, WR - Max McCaffrey, TE - Mike Armour
Notre Dame: OC/QB - Tommy Rees, DB -
Ohio State: QB - Corey Dennis, DC - Kerry Coombs
Oklahoma: RB - DeMarco Murray, LB - Jamar Cain
Oklahoma State: QB - Tim Rattay
Old Dominion: Ricky Rahne, OC/QB - Kirk Campbell, RB - Tony Lucas, TE - John Decoster, OL - Kevin Reihner, DC - Blake Seiler, OLB/ST - Kevin Smith, CB - Leon Wright, S - Remington Rebstock
Ole Miss: Lane Kiffin, OC/QB - Jeff Lebby, RB - Kevin Smith, WR - Derrick Nix, TE - Joe Jon Finley, OL - Randy Clements, DC/LB - DJ Durkin, DC/S - Chris Partridge, DE - Freddie Roach, DT - Deke Adams, ADL - Marquise Watson, CB - Terrell Buckley, ST - Blake Gideon
Oregon: OC - Joe Moorhead
Penn State: OC/QB - Kirk Ciarrocca, WR - Taylor Stubblefield, OL - Phil Trautwein, DL -
Purdue: DC - Bob Diaco, DL - Terrance Jamison, ST - Marty Biagi
Rhode Island: DC - Jack Cooper
Rutgers: Greg Schiano, OC/QB - Sean Gleeson, RB - Augie Hoffman, WR - Tiquan Underwood, TE - Nunzio Campanile, OL - Andrew Aurich, DC - Robb Smith, DL - Jim Panagos, LB - Bob Fraser, DB - Fran Brown, ST - Adam Sheier
San Diego State: Brady Hoke, OC - Jeff Hecklinski
SMU: OC - Garrett Riley
South Carolina: ADB/ST - Kyle Krantz
Southeast Missouri: OL - Jason Onyebuagu
Syracuse: OC - Sterlin Gilbert, DC - Zach Arnett
TCU: OC - Doug Meachem, RB - Bryan Applewhite, OL - Jarrett Anderson
Tennessee: RB - Jay Graham, TE - Joe Osovet, ILB - Brian Niedermeyer
Texas: OC/QB - Mike Yurcich, WR - Andre Coleman, TE/ST - Jay Boulware, DC - Chris Ash, LB/ST - Coleman Hutzler, CB - Jay Valai
Texas A&M: TE - James Coley, LB - Tyler Santucci, CB - TJ Rushing
Texas State: TE - Brian Hamilton
Toledo: QB - Robert Weiner, Co-DC/ILB - Vince Kehres, Co-DC/OLB - Craig Kulikowski
UC Davis: DC - Matt Coombs
UCF: OC/RB - Anthony Tucker, OC/TE - Alex Golesh
UCLA: DB - Brian Norwood
UL Lafayette: DC - Patrick Toney, ILB - Austin Armstrong
UNLV: Marcus Arroyo, RB - Scott Baumgartner, TE/ST - Jordan Paopao, DC - Peter Hansen, CB - Tre Watson
USC: IWR/TE - John David Baker, DC - Todd Orlando, S - Craig Naivar
USF: Jeff Scott, OC - Charlie Weis Jr, RB - Pat White, WR - Xavier Dye, TE - Joey King, DC/LB - Glenn Spencer, DL - Da'Quan Bowers, CB - Jules Montinar, S - Wes Neighbors
Utah State: OC/QB - Bodie Reeder, TE - Mike Caputo
UT-Martin: DL - Ryan Osborn
UTSA: Jeff Traylor, WR - Will Stein, TE - Kurt Traylor, DC - Tyrone Nix, ST - Tommy Perry
Vanderbilt: OC - Todd Fitch, OL - Pete Rossomando, DC - Ted Roof, DL - Kenechi Udeze
Wagner: OC/OL - Chris Nugai
Washington: Jimmy Lake, OC - John Donovan, TE - Derham Cato, DC - Pete Kwiatkowski
Washington State: Nick Rolovich, WR - Andre Allen, DC - Jake Dickert, S - Mark Banker, ST - Michael Ghobrial
West Virginia: OC - Gerad Parker
Western Carolina: DE - Imarjaye Albury Sr., DT - Reuben Wright

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2019, 04:30:00 PM »
I didn't actually expect Lane Kiffin to play out his FAU contract, but I didn't expect to see him back in the SEC, either.

And WTF Rutgers? Schiano is up there with Petrino with names I wish would not pop up in my pro and NCAA news feeds. To reference Gregg Easterbrook, "when you hire a coach that's only in it for himself, you get a coach that's only in it for himself."

I don't know how common Schiano's demands are, but they stink to me.

Harley?

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2019, 12:34:37 AM »
I didn't actually expect Lane Kiffin to play out his FAU contract, but I didn't expect to see him back in the SEC, either.

And WTF Rutgers? Schiano is up there with Petrino with names I wish would not pop up in my pro and NCAA news feeds. To reference Gregg Easterbrook, "when you hire a coach that's only in it for himself, you get a coach that's only in it for himself."

I don't know how common Schiano's demands are, but they stink to me.

Harley?

If there's one place Schiano fits and would have success, it is at Rutgers so I'm not surprised. Rutgers has struggled since Schiano left as Kyle Flood largely rode Schiano's last class to success. Since 2015 Rugers has gone: 4-8, 2-10, 4-8, 1-11, and 2-10.

Schiano has his work cut out for him and he's an asshole but he knows football and the majority of CFB/NFL coaches are dicks. If he can restore Rutgers a bit in the Big 10 (ala Indiana's sudden success) then whatever the cost will be worth it.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2019, 12:39:04 AM »
Mike Norvell has left Memphis to take over the Florida State job.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #4 on: December 08, 2019, 05:01:41 AM »
The problem with Schiano is that he is in a sub division that he will probably never finish better than 3rd. Although Rutgers may currently be the worst FBS team so if he can get them to bowl games Rutgers might be happy.


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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #5 on: December 08, 2019, 08:54:53 AM »
Don't know how Marrone stays in Jax after today.  That run a few years ago really seems like a fluke now.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #6 on: December 09, 2019, 07:41:48 AM »
Several hires have been made including Eli Drinkwitz leaving App State for Mizzou, Beau Baldwin landing at Cal Poly, and Ricky Rahne is leaving the Penn State OC job to become HC at Old Dominion.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #7 on: December 11, 2019, 09:26:05 AM »
Willie Taggart will take over at FAU while Steve Addazio trades Boston College for the Colorado State gig.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #8 on: December 13, 2019, 09:44:48 AM »
Ed McCaffrey, long time star in Denver and father of Christian, will be the new HC at Northern Colorado.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #9 on: December 28, 2019, 03:45:26 AM »
To no surprise, Doug Marrone will be out as HC in Jacksonville.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #10 on: December 28, 2019, 03:54:02 AM »
To no surprise, Doug Marrone will be out as HC in Jacksonville.

Good riddance.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #11 on: December 28, 2019, 06:47:36 AM »
Marvin Lewis is apparently top contender for the Redskins HC job.


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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #12 on: December 28, 2019, 07:01:18 AM »
I think it’s clear that Marvin was dramatically under appreciated with what he did for an owner who was stuck behind the times.   I guess the Redskins should just hire another young inexperienced white OC, would that make you happy?

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #13 on: December 28, 2019, 07:35:10 AM »
Marvin was a miracle worker but if I was him I wouldn’t go there.

It takes a lot to put a team in the playoffs when they have almost no scouts and make training camp invites wear used jock straps, but he did it and deserves credit.


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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #14 on: December 29, 2019, 01:26:39 AM »
If the Cowboys lose and/or miss the playoffs, they may just let Jason Garrett's contract expire and move on. Cleveland is also making inquiries to other coaches and as usual every year, rumblings are out there linking Josh McDaniels to Cleveland (mostly due to the Ohio connection).

Carolina plans to interview McDaniels, Matt Rhule, and Eric Bienemy as they continue their HC search. They've already interviewed Mike McCarthy twice.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #15 on: December 29, 2019, 01:34:25 AM »
make training camp invites wear used jock straps

lmao wtfffff


I can't believe a guy can be that big, and jump around like he does what a great athlete!

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #16 on: December 29, 2019, 02:32:18 AM »
This was the pre Marvin era when in efforts to cut costs, Mike Brown would just reuse jock straps for players.  Same as charging players to rent TVs during camp in their dorms,  charging for Gatorade.   It was a set up that all teams used to do back in the 70s and 80s but Mike Brown, famously known for his Christmas sweater Christmas bonuses to players always felt that if it worked for his dad, it can still work for him.

For the most part, Marvin was able to change that culture.   Before the NFL mandated the use of tablets, Marvin went into his own pocket to buy the entire team iPads because Mike Brown felt it was an extravagance but once the NFL supplied teams with them, Mike Brown was in support of it. Never forget that a team that plays in Ohio still has no indoor practice facility and still has to take a bus to travel a couple miles to the university of Cincinnati’s facility and before that, it was a 35 minute ride to a nearby high school who had a indoor facility.

There’s all sorts of stories about his cheapness but this is all a testament to how important Marvin was and how a team in chaos like Washington or Cleveland needs that type of personality and leadership far more than they need some young hotshot OC with the newest gimmick offense.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #17 on: December 29, 2019, 10:58:24 AM »
Browns fired Freddie Kitchens

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I can't believe a guy can be that big, and jump around like he does what a great athlete!

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #19 on: December 29, 2019, 10:58:04 PM »
Washington moving very swiftly, already naming RON RIVERA (barring any unforseen shakeups) as their new HC and relieving Allen of duties.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #20 on: December 30, 2019, 12:12:45 AM »
Giants have fired Pat Shurmur.  Shurmur was 9-23 in two seasons as HC.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #21 on: December 30, 2019, 03:17:49 PM »
Chad O'Shea is out as OC at Miami along with OL Coach Dave DeGuglielmo and S coach Tony Oden.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #22 on: December 30, 2019, 11:58:51 PM »
Very interesting. Dolphins are expected to name Chan Gailey as their new OC.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #23 on: December 31, 2019, 02:07:26 AM »
Jacksonville will keep Marrone. 

Rivera will bring Jack Del Rio along to be his DC.

Browns are interviewing Mike LeFleur for the HC opening after Matt Rhule rejected them as he has interest in the Giants and Panthers opening.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #24 on: December 31, 2019, 06:41:15 AM »
Browns fired GM John Dorsey.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #25 on: December 31, 2019, 11:56:16 PM »
Lots of turnover happening. Detroit has let Al Golden (LB) and Brian Stewart (DB) go alongside ST coach John Bonagemo.

Chicago released OC Mark Helfrich, TE coach Kevin Gilbride Jr, and OL coach Harry Hiestand.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #26 on: January 01, 2020, 12:50:04 AM »
I've felt sorry for Helfrich most of the season. He clearly wasn't allowed to do anything. It's all whatever dumbshit Nagy decides on. Helfrich pretty much had enough about a month and a half ago. There's no making that O-Line better without starting over with new players. Same for the Tight End group. That collection of garbage is all on GM Ryan Pace.

When this team finishes 4th in the NFC North next year everyone will get fired. CAN'T WAIT.


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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #27 on: January 02, 2020, 07:12:25 AM »
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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #28 on: January 03, 2020, 05:08:45 AM »
Cowboys have now had 3 meetings with Garrett. Looking more and more that the 'boys are just trying to prepare everyone for his eventual return for another 2 or 3 years.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #29 on: January 03, 2020, 11:55:57 AM »
And now there's reporting that Garrett's being let go, yet no official word from the Cowboys. Odd.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #30 on: January 03, 2020, 11:58:28 AM »
The reporting started last night, I’m worried about you my man.   They aren’t saying anything because they want to do this respectfully and not embarrass someone that Jerry considers to be family.

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« Reply #31 on: January 03, 2020, 03:15:03 PM »
This hurts the Cowboys because they can't interview anyone and it hurts Jason if he wants another job somewhere else.
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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #32 on: January 04, 2020, 01:55:19 AM »
also Steve Young just shit all over the Cowboys, said "I don't want to create a headline here" and explained even further why the Cowboys Head Coaching job is a terrible gig because of Jerry Jones.

Also, no announcement made on Garrett yet. I think they're waiting till after the wild card weekend, but it would be funny if he stayed.


I can't believe a guy can be that big, and jump around like he does what a great athlete!

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #33 on: January 04, 2020, 03:30:31 AM »
Cowboys will meet with Marvin Lewis and Mike McCarthy today.

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I can't believe a guy can be that big, and jump around like he does what a great athlete!

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #35 on: January 05, 2020, 09:19:11 AM »
Jason Garrett is done.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #36 on: January 06, 2020, 01:35:25 AM »
Per Jay Glazer, Mike McCarthy is the new head coach for the Dallas Cowboys.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #37 on: January 06, 2020, 11:58:14 PM »
McCarthy’s stock must have really dropped around NFL circles. No self respecting coach would take the Dallas job. You are basically Jerry’s bitch.

Jerry Jones is turning into a rich man’s Al Davis. Only difference is that Al was done with coaches after a season or two, Jerry is loyal to a fault.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #38 on: January 07, 2020, 12:35:36 AM »
A bitch takes the Browns job when you are so low on the totem pole you accept a job you are essentially guaranteed to be fired from because you have an incompetent irrational criminal boss.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #40 on: January 07, 2020, 03:05:14 AM »
Former Pats WR/ST coach Joe Judge is your new New York Giants HC.

I know nothing about him, but thankfully there's only one opinion that matters:


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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #41 on: January 07, 2020, 03:24:32 AM »
Yeah. GREAT hire by The Giants here. The Patriots receiving corps was SO GOOD last year. It's really a pain to see this guy leave...


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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #42 on: January 07, 2020, 04:08:04 AM »
He clearly was responsible for acquiring the talent he had to coach.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #43 on: January 07, 2020, 05:45:35 AM »
Matt Rhule is expected to be the new HC at Carolina and is finalizing a deal.


WTF

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #44 on: January 07, 2020, 06:51:21 AM »
I like the Judge hire. His unit for a while there was carrying the Patriots and the special teams coach is the only one that's on the same level as a head coach in the fact that they have to address the whole team in a sense. Also have to get guys motivated who never wanna play for their unit and the guy clearly did that. Plus they're more likely to be creative compared to other people when moving into a head coach role.

Matt Rhule is expected to be the new HC at Carolina and is finalizing a deal.


WTF

Now this is just the dumbest move I think I have seen in a long time. I know the Panthers now have the richest owner in the NFL and money is no object to him... but spend it on someone better. Don't drop this to try and make a splash on someone from college with a career record of 47-43 and who is 1-3 in bowl games. That's a straight up stupid move.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #45 on: January 07, 2020, 08:58:12 AM »
I'd say that finally a team made a dumber coaching decision than the Browns, but the Browns haven't made a decision yet so somehow theirs will be worse.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #46 on: January 07, 2020, 09:14:19 AM »
Giants wanted Matt Rhule and he didn’t even entertain them,  so Giants panicked because that’s what bad management does and hired this virtual unknown with lackluster options.

The equivalent of marrying a desperate girl from tinder after the girl you wanted to ask out on a date suddenly married the rich guy.

As for the Panthers?   Good for them.    If you really like and want someone? Commit to them.   It worked for the Niners when they hired a GM with zero experience and a popular trendy coordinator.   If Panthers are patient and why wouldn’t they be with this investment, it’ll likely reward them far greater than the 63 million.

You could take the Browns route and just fire people habitually and wonder why you can’t get top quality options and settle for the Freddie Kitchens of the world.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #47 on: January 07, 2020, 10:37:01 AM »
Reports out of New York are that Rhule took the offer to the Giants and they declined to match.  Which.....no shit they didn't because that contract is fucking insane.  I don't think they panicked at all.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #48 on: January 07, 2020, 11:14:43 AM »
McCarthy’s stock must have really dropped around NFL circles. No self respecting coach would take the Dallas job. You are basically Jerry’s bitch.

Jerry Jones is turning into a rich man’s Al Davis. Only difference is that Al was done with coaches after a season or two, Jerry is loyal to a fault.

You're not entirely wrong, but in terms of talent and having the ability to win now, Dallas was BY FAR the best job available.  And Jerry, for all his faults, has shown patience as far as keeping guys around.  With Cleveland you might get fired next year.  Very unlikely to be the case with Dallas unless things completely implode.

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Re: Black Monday 2019: CFB and NFL Coaching Changes
« Reply #49 on: January 09, 2020, 02:00:41 AM »
Rocky Long is retiring after a long career as HC. Brady Hoke will be taking over at San Diego State as their new HC.