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PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2013 6:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The Cardinals really is a good situation for Reid with the exception of ownership. I'm fairly familiar with Phoenix. Given his family situation, I think Phoenix is a much better change of pace.


Compared to Philly....yea....I'd have to agree with that.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2013 9:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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HDsportsfan wrote:
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Damn, I'm almost in shock as to how fast this is moving...

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KTVK in Phoenix first reported that Andy Reid and the Cardinals are close to a deal.
the problem is, they still have to fulfill the Rooney Rule. And if they have everything in place before they even interview Horton to fulfill the rule, they can be penalized for it.


NFL live said they already interviewd Ray Horton.


Gee, the token interview. I hate that crap. It totally undermines the purpose of the Rooney Rule. If you're a minority candidate, why even accept the interview when you know that it's not due to genuine interest but to fill a requirement?
well if I remember correctly mike singletary was the hey lets just bring him In for minority rule. Wound up getting the job when it was just to appease the rule
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Cowboys ST coach joe DeCamillis will interview for Bears HC gig on Saturday in Dallas.


GOOD LUCK JOE D!!! I'VE GOT FAITH IN YOU!
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Cowboys ST coach joe DeCamillis will interview for Bears HC gig on Saturday in Dallas.


GOOD LUCK JOE D!!! I'VE GOT FAITH IN YOU!


Damn skippy, Bears not hiring Coach Joe woud be an epic mistake.
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Turner won Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 as Cowboys offensive coordinator. Dallas won't be his next destination, he said.


http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/31/norv-turners-focus-turns-nfl-future/

Probably for the best. Maybe Callahan takes over the play calling.
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Turner won Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 as Cowboys offensive coordinator. Dallas won't be his next destination, he said.


http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/31/norv-turners-focus-turns-nfl-future/

Probably for the best. Maybe Callahan takes over the play calling.


Smoke maybe. I can see Callahan getting duties and dropping OL duties. Now who would be OL coach?
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WizardHawk wrote:
Runaway Jim wrote:
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Turner won Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 as Cowboys offensive coordinator. Dallas won't be his next destination, he said.


http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/31/norv-turners-focus-turns-nfl-future/

Probably for the best. Maybe Callahan takes over the play calling.


Smoke maybe. I can see Callahan getting duties and dropping OL duties. Now who would be OL coach?


I would hate to see Callahan drop the o line duties, he got the group to play decent towards the end of the season and that is with a center and a guard who shouldnt be here next year and a RT that played like a backup. I think he can do wonders with some added talent and a group that spends a whole offseason together.

Does Callahan have NFL experience from being a OC? and from where/when?
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Does Callahan have NFL experience from being a OC? and from where/when?


He was the Raiders OC under Jon Gruden from '99-2001 before taking over as head coach. He got Rich Gannon to have an MVP season, so it would be interesting to see what he could do here if actually handed playcalling duties.
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DKDALfan wrote:
WizardHawk wrote:
Runaway Jim wrote:
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Turner won Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 as Cowboys offensive coordinator. Dallas won't be his next destination, he said.


http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/31/norv-turners-focus-turns-nfl-future/

Probably for the best. Maybe Callahan takes over the play calling.


Smoke maybe. I can see Callahan getting duties and dropping OL duties. Now who would be OL coach?


I would hate to see Callahan drop the o line duties, he got the group to play decent towards the end of the season and that is with a center and a guard who shouldnt be here next year and a RT that played like a backup. I think he can do wonders with some added talent and a group that spends a whole offseason together.

Does Callahan have NFL experience from being a OC? and from where/when?


Raiders OC '98-'01

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Under Callahan's guidance, the Raiders led the NFL in passing for the first time in team history and led the league in total offense for just the second time in team history.
During his tenure as not only head coach but also offensive coordinator for the Raiders, the Raider offense led the league in rushing in 2000 and led the league in passing in 2002. In 2002, the Raiders became the first team to win games in the same season while rushing at least 60 times (against Kansas City in a 24-0 win) and passing at least 60 times (against Pittsburgh in a 30-17 win). The Raider offense also set many franchise records during this period, including fewest sacks allowed [28] in 2000, a mark that was broken the following year [27].

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WizardHawk wrote:
DKDALfan wrote:
WizardHawk wrote:
Runaway Jim wrote:
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Turner won Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 as Cowboys offensive coordinator. Dallas won't be his next destination, he said.


http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/31/norv-turners-focus-turns-nfl-future/

Probably for the best. Maybe Callahan takes over the play calling.


Smoke maybe. I can see Callahan getting duties and dropping OL duties. Now who would be OL coach?


I would hate to see Callahan drop the o line duties, he got the group to play decent towards the end of the season and that is with a center and a guard who shouldnt be here next year and a RT that played like a backup. I think he can do wonders with some added talent and a group that spends a whole offseason together.

Does Callahan have NFL experience from being a OC? and from where/when?


Raiders OC '98-'01

From Wikipedia...

Quote:
Under Callahan's guidance, the Raiders led the NFL in passing for the first time in team history and led the league in total offense for just the second time in team history.
During his tenure as not only head coach but also offensive coordinator for the Raiders, the Raider offense led the league in rushing in 2000 and led the league in passing in 2002. In 2002, the Raiders became the first team to win games in the same season while rushing at least 60 times (against Kansas City in a 24-0 win) and passing at least 60 times (against Pittsburgh in a 30-17 win). The Raider offense also set many franchise records during this period, including fewest sacks allowed [28] in 2000, a mark that was broken the following year [27].


wow, that really does sound interesting. I had no idea, that he had so much success as a OC. I do find it weird, that he was not offered a OC job afterwards?
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DKDALfan wrote:
WizardHawk wrote:
DKDALfan wrote:
WizardHawk wrote:
Runaway Jim wrote:
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Turner won Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 as Cowboys offensive coordinator. Dallas won't be his next destination, he said.


http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/31/norv-turners-focus-turns-nfl-future/

Probably for the best. Maybe Callahan takes over the play calling.


Smoke maybe. I can see Callahan getting duties and dropping OL duties. Now who would be OL coach?


I would hate to see Callahan drop the o line duties, he got the group to play decent towards the end of the season and that is with a center and a guard who shouldnt be here next year and a RT that played like a backup. I think he can do wonders with some added talent and a group that spends a whole offseason together.

Does Callahan have NFL experience from being a OC? and from where/when?


Raiders OC '98-'01

From Wikipedia...

Quote:
Under Callahan's guidance, the Raiders led the NFL in passing for the first time in team history and led the league in total offense for just the second time in team history.
During his tenure as not only head coach but also offensive coordinator for the Raiders, the Raider offense led the league in rushing in 2000 and led the league in passing in 2002. In 2002, the Raiders became the first team to win games in the same season while rushing at least 60 times (against Kansas City in a 24-0 win) and passing at least 60 times (against Pittsburgh in a 30-17 win). The Raider offense also set many franchise records during this period, including fewest sacks allowed [28] in 2000, a mark that was broken the following year [27].


wow, that really does sound interesting. I had no idea, that he had so much success as a OC. I do find it weird, that he was not offered a OC job afterwards?


If you knew the whole story, it would not be weird. First, I don't know the guy but apparently he is extremely unlikeable. Before he was fired as the HC, he threw the entire team under the bus in an all time great diatribe. Coaches always preach to not aire your dirty laundry. Callahan had no problems airing his. Then, he became one of the worst HC's in Nebraska history. Again, by all accounts, the guy was hated.
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The_Slamman wrote:
DKDALfan wrote:
WizardHawk wrote:
DKDALfan wrote:
WizardHawk wrote:
Runaway Jim wrote:
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Turner won Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 as Cowboys offensive coordinator. Dallas won't be his next destination, he said.


http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/31/norv-turners-focus-turns-nfl-future/

Probably for the best. Maybe Callahan takes over the play calling.


Smoke maybe. I can see Callahan getting duties and dropping OL duties. Now who would be OL coach?


I would hate to see Callahan drop the o line duties, he got the group to play decent towards the end of the season and that is with a center and a guard who shouldnt be here next year and a RT that played like a backup. I think he can do wonders with some added talent and a group that spends a whole offseason together.

Does Callahan have NFL experience from being a OC? and from where/when?


Raiders OC '98-'01

From Wikipedia...

Quote:
Under Callahan's guidance, the Raiders led the NFL in passing for the first time in team history and led the league in total offense for just the second time in team history.
During his tenure as not only head coach but also offensive coordinator for the Raiders, the Raider offense led the league in rushing in 2000 and led the league in passing in 2002. In 2002, the Raiders became the first team to win games in the same season while rushing at least 60 times (against Kansas City in a 24-0 win) and passing at least 60 times (against Pittsburgh in a 30-17 win). The Raider offense also set many franchise records during this period, including fewest sacks allowed [28] in 2000, a mark that was broken the following year [27].


wow, that really does sound interesting. I had no idea, that he had so much success as a OC. I do find it weird, that he was not offered a OC job afterwards?


If you knew the whole story, it would not be weird. First, I don't know the guy but apparently he is extremely unlikeable. Before he was fired as the HC, he threw the entire team under the bus in an all time great diatribe. Coaches always preach to not aire your dirty laundry. Callahan had no problems airing his. Then, he became one of the worst HC's in Nebraska history. Again, by all accounts, the guy was hated.


Thanks for clarifying that.
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The Chiefs have announced they have fired GM Scott Pioli. This is an anticipated move prior to the hiring of Andy Reid, who wants personnel control as HC.
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And then there were 6 HC vacancies.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/04/report-chiefs-and-andy-reid-agree-to-deal/

Andy Reid has accepted a contract from the Chiefs.
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And then there were 6 HC vacancies.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/04/report-chiefs-and-andy-reid-agree-to-deal/

Andy Reid has accepted a contract from the Chiefs.


Good for him. Not that he isnt an Eagles coach, I can respect him much more. Always thought he was a class act and true grinder with the eagles. Well, as much as a big fat walrus can be. Laughing
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