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mcmurtry86


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oregon Ducks wrote:
I think Chip will be Billicheck's OC.


I have no idea why Kelly would do that when he could almost certainly go back to college
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
I think Chip will be Billicheck's OC.


I have no idea why Kelly would do that when he could almost certainly go back to college
He didn't like coaching in college that much. Plus, the college jobs are filled until next year.
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Why today though? Day before the last game? Weird timing


I don't think it's official yet per the ESPN article, although they said it could be as soon as post-game tomorrow.


They dont want to win anyways, draft pick!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oregon Ducks wrote:
mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
I think Chip will be Billicheck's OC.


I have no idea why Kelly would do that when he could almost certainly go back to college
He didn't like coaching in college that much. Plus, the college jobs are filled until next year.


He'd be best served to go to TV for a year and then go back to college.

I don't see the Pats going away from the offensive scheme they've used for 17 years and for which they've tailor made their personnel just to hire an ego maniac with a dubious, at best, ability to coach in the NFL.

If McDaniels leaves, the only guys they would consider would be in-house options (probably Brian Daboll) or external guys who have already worked with Belichick (Bill O'Brien, if fired by Houston).
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
I think Chip will be Billicheck's OC.


I have no idea why Kelly would do that when he could almost certainly go back to college
He didn't like coaching in college that much. Plus, the college jobs are filled until next year.


He'd be best served to go to TV for a year and then go back to college.

I don't see the Pats going away from the offensive scheme they've used for 17 years and for which they've tailor made their personnel just to hire an ego maniac with a dubious, at best, ability to coach in the NFL.

If McDaniels leaves, the only guys they would consider would be in-house options (probably Brian Daboll) or external guys who have already worked with Belichick (Bill O'Brien, if fired by Houston).
Umm...Chip helped the Pats develop their current offense. Laughing Him and the Hoody are homies.
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This would be the perfect situation for Josh McDaniels and Nick Caserio tbh.


If I were McDaniels, SF would be the job I would want of the openings. Considering that Denver probably isn't an option.
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This would be the perfect situation for Josh McDaniels and Nick Caserio tbh.


Yeah, McDaniels would love this spot.
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Oregon Ducks wrote:
mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
I think Chip will be Billicheck's OC.


I have no idea why Kelly would do that when he could almost certainly go back to college
He didn't like coaching in college that much. Plus, the college jobs are filled until next year.


He'd be best served to go to TV for a year and then go back to college.

I don't see the Pats going away from the offensive scheme they've used for 17 years and for which they've tailor made their personnel just to hire an ego maniac with a dubious, at best, ability to coach in the NFL.

If McDaniels leaves, the only guys they would consider would be in-house options (probably Brian Daboll) or external guys who have already worked with Belichick (Bill O'Brien, if fired by Houston).
Umm...Chip helped the Pats develop their current offense. Laughing Him and the Hoody are homies.


Yeah, that's obviously not true. I know Kelly and Belichick have probably traded some ideas over the years, but the Pats Erhardt-Perkins offensive scheme has nothing to do with Kelly and the modifications and customizations done by Weis, O'Brien and McDaniels are a lot more evident that anything from Kelly's scheme.

The fundamentals and most of the modifications of the Pats scheme have been around since way before Chip Kelly's scheme was fully developed. Furthermore, there are a number of concepts in Chip's offense which simply don't exist, or are contradictory, to the Pats scheme.
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goldfishwars wrote:
Starless wrote:
This would be the perfect situation for Josh McDaniels and Nick Caserio tbh.


Yeah, McDaniels would love this spot.


McDaniels would be pretty stupid to go to the 49ers. Their offensive roster is a disaster and their owner is among the worst in all of pro sports. He'd be fired before the end of his 3rd year.
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mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
mcmurtry86 wrote:
Oregon Ducks wrote:
I think Chip will be Billicheck's OC.


I have no idea why Kelly would do that when he could almost certainly go back to college
He didn't like coaching in college that much. Plus, the college jobs are filled until next year.


He'd be best served to go to TV for a year and then go back to college.

I don't see the Pats going away from the offensive scheme they've used for 17 years and for which they've tailor made their personnel just to hire an ego maniac with a dubious, at best, ability to coach in the NFL.

If McDaniels leaves, the only guys they would consider would be in-house options (probably Brian Daboll) or external guys who have already worked with Belichick (Bill O'Brien, if fired by Houston).
Umm...Chip helped the Pats develop their current offense. Laughing Him and the Hoody are homies.


Yeah, that's obviously not true. I know Kelly and Belichick have probably traded some ideas over the years, but the Pats Erhardt-Perkins offensive scheme has nothing to do with Kelly and the modifications and customizations done by Weis, O'Brien and McDaniels are a lot more evident that anything from Kelly's scheme.

The fundamentals and most of the modifications of the Pats scheme have been around since way before Chip Kelly's scheme was fully developed. Furthermore, there are a number of concepts in Chip's offense which simply don't exist, or are contradictory, to the Pats scheme.

Yeah even Chip Kelly said that his influence is overblown and he's getting more out of those chats than Carroll and BB are.
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Atrocious performance today. Players clearly weren't playing for Chip like Kubiak's team did!
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JManTheJuiceMan wrote:
Atrocious performance today. Players clearly weren't playing for Chip like Kubiak's team did!
lol what?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kelly's firing is official:
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000767884/article/niners-fire-coach-chip-kelly-after-one-season
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Any college jobs still open?
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Oregon Ducks wrote:
JManTheJuiceMan wrote:
Atrocious performance today. Players clearly weren't playing for Chip like Kubiak's team did!
lol what?


Right lol.
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