pehawk wrote:UNlike Carroll, the Browns gig doesn't require a major overhaul. Saban would need a new QB, for sure, but everything else is set.
That is a good point. He would be going into a situation with a set running game at the very minimum as he'd get Richardson "back", and he could probably wring some extra talent out of the Browns defense.
You could wring some talent out of that Browns defense.
If Saban ever jumped, the Browns job would be the best scenario, IMO. Hell, that's where he started.
I know Saban comes with a slight reputation, so he's hard to judge. But, I'm not sure I can fault anyone for realizing the Dolphin's will always be a mess from top-down. Also, if he's a true "coach", its got to be nagging him that he hasn't won in the pinnacle of the coaching profession.