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Are you tired of Jimmy? Think he's in over his head and it's time for a change? Well, then let us know who would be your 'Dream Head Coach' and why?

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December 5th, 2012, 3:59 pm
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Not really sure I have a Dream head coach currently, but to me IF we replace Jim it cant be a Coordinator getting their 1st Shot... it jneeds to be a Former HC who has won at the highest Levels (Playoffs and or SB Experience a Must).

Experienced HCs I think could win in Detroit, and Win Fast:
Tony Dungy
Bill Cowher
Bill Parcells
Mike Holmgren
Jon Gruden

I am sure there are a few Im leaving off my list.

Coaches that fit my criteria and will be available but I don't have any Interest in:
Brian Billick
Andy Reid
Herm Edwards
Eric Mangini


December 5th, 2012, 4:13 pm
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Dream Head Coach: Bill Parcells in his coaching prime


December 5th, 2012, 6:45 pm
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Me! Hey we're dreaming right? O:)

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December 5th, 2012, 7:34 pm
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Ted Nugent

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December 5th, 2012, 9:40 pm
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kdsberman wrote:
Ted Nugent



Wango tango on 3! Hut hut

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December 5th, 2012, 10:26 pm
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regularjoe12 wrote:
kdsberman wrote:
Ted Nugent



Wango tango on 3! Hut hut


lol NOW were talkin!

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December 5th, 2012, 10:36 pm
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Jon Gruden

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December 6th, 2012, 11:52 pm
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If I were looking to make a change, I'd be taking a long hard look at Mike Zimmer.


December 30th, 2012, 2:41 pm
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I just want a guy that is in with the modern era of the NFL and doesnt try any bullcrap oldschool stuff, and one that has control of this team.

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December 30th, 2012, 2:51 pm
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kdsberman wrote:
I just want a guy that is in with the modern era of the NFL and doesnt try any bullcrap oldschool stuff, and one that has control of this team.


what does this mean? you wouldnt want someone like coughlin or belichik or cowher or parcells? football is football and those guys know how to get it done. the lions with their pass as often as possible and prevent defense as often as possible without blitzing ever and having the DL only play to rush the passer is about as "new school" as it gets and they are just awful...hell even harbaugh has an old school mentality. i just dont understand your post.


December 30th, 2012, 7:15 pm
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The Legend wrote:
kdsberman wrote:
I just want a guy that is in with the modern era of the NFL and doesnt try any bullcrap oldschool stuff, and one that has control of this team.


what does this mean? you wouldnt want someone like coughlin or belichik or cowher or parcells? football is football and those guys know how to get it done. the lions with their pass as often as possible and prevent defense as often as possible without blitzing ever and having the DL only play to rush the passer is about as "new school" as it gets and they are just awful...hell even harbaugh has an old school mentality. i just dont understand your post.


Doesnt seem like you ever do.

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December 31st, 2012, 12:44 pm
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kdsberman wrote:
The Legend wrote:
kdsberman wrote:
I just want a guy that is in with the modern era of the NFL and doesnt try any bullcrap oldschool stuff, and one that has control of this team.


what does this mean? you wouldnt want someone like coughlin or belichik or cowher or parcells? football is football and those guys know how to get it done. the lions with their pass as often as possible and prevent defense as often as possible without blitzing ever and having the DL only play to rush the passer is about as "new school" as it gets and they are just awful...hell even harbaugh has an old school mentality. i just dont understand your post.


Doesnt seem like you ever do.


okay, i guess what is your definition of old school? i see coaches with recent success like Coughlin, Belichik as old school. I see Cowher who is a top candidate for nearly every job as old school. Bruce Arians his big association was with Bill Cowher. The harbaughs are successful and both have more of an old school mentality. Mike Shanahan, I consider him old school. John Fox is an old school hard nosed type also. Gary Kubiak as the same mentality as Shanahan and is his disciple. Sean Payton, maybe he s new school but he was failing until he learned how to run a team and call a game from Bill Parcells. Dont take things personal, I just didnt see any explanation or reasoning in your post but you felt strongly so I thought you were holding something back. In my view, the new school guys are the guys in college like Rich Rod, Urban Meyer, etc. I think the guys with success in the NFL are a totally different breed and mostly old school type of guys.


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