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Bleh, no "Name" coaches, go find and get the next Gus if we lose him. Small school head coach/defense guy. Big name coaches are fools gold, I want to be that team that finds the Kiffin, Cowher, Landry, Vermeil, etc first not after.

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Maybe someone with a complete different style to mesh with Pete's, possibly someone like Ray Horton & all his crazy blitz ideas or someonevwith a d-line background like rod marinelli? Know frow personal experience, sometimes a new perspective can help


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Come to think of it since RW has free time when the defense is on the field I think he should be the new DC........

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nope was TE coach 01-03 and OC 04-06. I'd take him as OC is Bevell leaves, I'd like to get Zorn back he only a QB coach in KC and wouldn't be surprised if Reid brings his on with him and Zorn is looking for a job.

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i would be happy with just one darn Dc who knows how to play with a lead and 30 seconds left on the clock. That Atlanta game was not the first time the DC called a pathetic scheme.

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I want someone that can scheme for the read option and or pistol going forward, we will need someone that can forward think and not relie on the past as much. Why I like Petes involvement, he doesn't do things in a conventional way.

It will be a part of the offense teams use for a few years now and based on success rates more people are going to try in with mobile QB's till someone can shut it down cold. Might as well be us with S.F. in the division and we have yet to see what Arizona does.

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I want someone that can scheme for the read option and or pistol going forward, we will need someone that can forward think and not relie on the past as much. Why I like Petes involvement, he doesn't do things in a conventional way.

It will be a part of the offense teams use for a few years now and based on success rates more people are going to try in with mobile QB's till someone can shut it down cold. Might as well be us with S.F. in the division and we have yet to see what Arizona does.


That would suggest somebody from the college ranks. How about Justin Wilcox? Or if you're looking for somebody with NFL experience, Vic Fangio who is the d. coordinator at Stanford and has beeen an NFL d. coordinator in the past.

**edit** nevermind, im' an idiot. Fangio is the d coordinator for the 49ers. The Stanford article i was looking at was from 2010.

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Someone that doesn't believe in the Prevent defense...

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My guess is Pete would elevate from within...most likely Todd Wash.


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My guess is Pete would elevate from within...most likely Todd Wash.


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Someone that doesn't believe in the Prevent defense...

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It funny you say that given we blitzed on both plays in the last 31 seconds.


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I want PC to groom an internal one. He is all about defense and obviously knows what he is doing.

I say he just turns the offense over to Russell and then let PC give input. Lol.

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Also.. I am not on Bradley for the last 30 seconds of that game. I would say that it was a 50-50 chance and that the next time something like that happens that the Hawks don't give up those yards. I would not mind keeping Bradley.

But they should have sent 6 and kept the gains shorter and possibly incomplete, with a sack.

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It funny you say that given we blitzed on both plays in the last 31 seconds.


yes, but i think everyone is referring to how we play soft man zone, in both plays no one is within 5 yards of both receivers.

I dont understand, when you have the best man coverage in the NFL yet you run a soft zone coverage where you have been mediocre at best all year. You should be running your best defensive scheme (man coverage) when the game is on the line.


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Per Kevin O'Connell (member of SDSU Broadcast Team, XTRA Sports 1360 radio), Bradley accepted the Eagles HC job.

Source: twitter (@KevOC7)

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Hmmm...I was just watching Schefter on ESPN and the only job offered at that point was to McCoy down in SD, but he also said Bradley and Bevell were doing their 2nd interviews. Also, the Jets are after out cap specialist.

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It seems that 2nd interview turned into contract talk for Bradley... Just reporting twitter but I follow only serious ppl who are well informed.

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From College ranks. I would like to see Nick Aliotti from Oregon in the mix.


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Schefter's reporting the interview isn't until tomorrow. That could be a ruse to throw off the Jags?

I'm NOT one to rip Bradley. I like him. But the lack of progress, despite personnel upgrades across the DLine, means a change is needed.


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So, it now looks like this is done. Do the Hawks wait until the playoffs are over or do they get their man now?

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I would seriously think about John Chavouis at LSU. Don't know if he is a cover2 Guy but that is where I would start.

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My top ones would be Norton,Quinn,or Richards


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it would be a great opportunity for lovie if he wants another head coaching position.. come in for a year and help to solidify the defense and when we post better defensive numbers next year and win a superbowl he will be able to go pretty much anywhere he wants that theres an opening for head coach.


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Bradley leaving well i can't say i'm concerned about it. Bradley isn't the reason that defense is so good. That first play down the sideline was the play they couldn't afford to give up and that soft zone he likes to run in those type of situations doesn't work.


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It seems that 2nd interview turned into contract talk for Bradley... Just reporting twitter but I follow only serious ppl who are well informed.


Sooooo.... IncarceratedBob?

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I mentioned this in another thread a few days ago, but don't be surprised if Bears DB's coach Jon Hoke is on PC's list for this.


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How would you all feel about finding a 3-4 DC and switching to 3-4? I think we would be so much better off.


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How would you all feel about finding a 3-4 DC and switching to 3-4? I think we would be so much better off.

Is Irvin big enough to play LB?


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Ray Horton's entire backgound is in the Steelers 3-4, which he brought to Arizona. A more likely 'homecoming' candidate would be Broncos DB's coach Ron Milus, who would be a very good candidate and fit.


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I keep hearing Lovey Smith, I highly doubt it would happen though, especially w/the control that Pete has on Defense. He'd be a very good hire though.

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Mike Zimmer from CIN, but I think he has his heart set on a HC job if he were to go elsewhere.

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Dan Quinn.

He has experience defending the zone read option (and was one of two teams that actually contained Johnny Football), has ties to this coaching staff and has done an amazing job at florida.


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hell no to singletary,,, the guy is a flake. he may have been rock em sock em tough guy player but he is a no talent at the coaching position.. period
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Nobody has mentioned DeWayne Walker... but he was the hot tip to be DC when Carroll first got the job. In the end Carroll stuck by Gus Bradley.

His record as a coach at New Mexico State is pretty crappy, but he has NFL experience and worked under Greg Williams - so he'll know how to get creative up front and cause pressure. He's close to Carroll.


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I"m not sure if his name is mentioned,

but if he can do the job I'm all for him.

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.........Rob Ryan but probably won't match

Pure 3-4 guy isn't he? If so, you're right for sure.

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.........Rob Ryan but probably won't match

Pure 3-4 guy isn't he? If so, you're right for sure.


thought he ran the 46 D which is a 4-3 really?


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Nobody has mentioned DeWayne Walker... but he was the hot tip to be DC when Carroll first got the job. In the end Carroll stuck by Gus Bradley.

His record as a coach at New Mexico State is pretty crappy, but he has NFL experience and worked under Greg Williams - so he'll know how to get creative up front and cause pressure. He's close to Carroll.


CAN has convinced me that Dan Quinn would be the perfect fit for the job, but DeWayne Walker wouldn't surprise me either. I'd prefer Quinn, but Walker would be a fine #2 option. Don't know if Quinn would want to leave his DC job in Gainesville for another DC job in Seattle, although it's an NFL DC job, but Walker might be easier to convince to leave Las Cruces considering the state of the program down there.

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My guess is the Pete runs the d, so hiring a big name coach isn't going to happen with Pete in his ear all the time.


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I would love to see Lovie Smith as the DC. He is all about 4-3 and turnovers which seems to mesh well with Pete.


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I wonder if we'll see an internal promotion. Norton won't move up, his background is form a totally different scheme. The best fit without knowing anything about how he's called plays in my opinion though is Rocky Seto

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