The Outfield wrote:Who do you think will replace him?
Scott Enyeart @ScottEnyeart
With Wash gone, I'd expect Jethro Franklin to he the first call Carroll makes. Bryant Young could be in the mix too. #Seahawks
blkhwk wrote:Bryant Young
drdiags wrote:Question is whether Young would want to leave Florida and coach with a former rival but at this point it is all about the coaching opportunity.
SouthSoundHawk wrote:This doesn't seem like that big of a negative to me. Considering how the Dline performed last season, I assume the expectations were a bit higher than the end result.
Don't know if either Defensive coaches leaving for Jacksonville is a smart career move, at least right now...being so close to making a run for a trophy and all, just my two cents on that. But, you can't blame a guy for reaching the pinnacle of the football coaching world. It'll be an experience regardless of what happens, best of luck to both of them!
Scottemojo wrote:Spags is out there now...pretty good track record at D-line.
redhawk253 wrote:You guys do realize this was to be expected right? We just got quinn back who was our former d line coach now at d cord.. If you dont think hes going to be spending a lot of time with the d line n its gona be coached his way.. Well you prolly think flynn is worth a first rounder...
PlinytheCenter wrote:Spags? No thanks. New Orleans allowed almost 500 points on defense last year.
Scottemojo wrote:PlinytheCenter wrote:Spags? No thanks. New Orleans allowed almost 500 points on defense last year.
That is shallow analysis. IIRC, Spags wasn't on the field for any of those 500 points. Matt Hasselbeck and Alex Smith both killed that defense in the playoffs, it has been suspect for a lot longer than last year.
What about when he was DC in New York and shut down Tom Brady in the SB? What about the D-line he built in St.Louis?
VaporHawk wrote:Any guys out there with a mixed martial arts background. Teach Irvin some mad skills?