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  • #31
    Rex Ryan and Mike Singletary


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    • #32
      Brian Schottenheimer - NY Jets OC
      Mike Trgovac - Carolina Panthers DC
      Ron Rivera - San Diego Chargers LB Coach
      Norm Chow - Tennessee Titans OC
      Mike Sherman - Houston Texans Assistant HC/OC
      Rex Ryan - Baltimore Ravens DC
      Rob Ryan - Oakland Raiders DC
      Mike Martz - Detroit Lions OC
      Jim Bates - Denver Broncos DC
      Bob Bratkowski - Cincinnati Bengals OC
      Mike Singletary - San Francisco 49ers LB Coach
      Russ Grimm - Arizona Cardinals
      Jason Garrett - Dallas Cowboys OC
      Tony Sparano - Dallas Cowboys Assistant Head Coach
      Mike Smith - Jacksonville Jaguars DC

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      • #33
        Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
        Ron Rivera: San Diego's Linebackers Coach

        I personally blame Ron Rivera for the Bear's losing the superbowl. I really do. I felt that the weather was a gift from the football gods and he didnt take advantage of it. When it was pouring the way it was, why wasn't he aggressive? Why didn't he blitz Peyton? Instead he essentially had his guys play prevent the whole game, and made Peyton's life easy by allowing him to check down all game. The deepball wasn't there, the weather wouldn't allow it. There was no need to put so much emphasis on defending it. To me, the Bears couldve won that Superbowl if Rivera didn't call a horrible game.

        However, (even though i just ripped him), this is the man to get if you want to run a Tampa 2 defense. He's a military man, he garners respect from his guys, good motivator, and he's one of the better Cover 2 minds out there. If youre going Cover 2, Ron Rivera is your man.
        I was also miffed at Rivera's game plan for the Carolina playoff game in 2005. He refused to give any extra attention to Steve Smith and after the game put all the blame on the players for not executing. A possible factor in his poor game plans for these games is that the last couple of years Rivera has been whoring himself out to any organization willing to interview him for a HC job at the end of the year usually right before the big games in question. Its possible his ambition for a head spot distracted him from his responsibilities and that this wouldn't be a problem if he were to finally land that coveted HC gig. You also have to figure with all the interviews this guy has been on, why hasn't he landed anything yet.

        I disagree that Rivera is a Tampa 2 guru. He was a Buddy Ryan disciple originally and although has probably recieved some expert tutelage from Lovie over the past three years, I doubt he's on the same level as a Monte Kiffin. It will be interesting to see what kind of scheme Rivera ultimately implements when he gets his own team to mold, considering he will have 3-4 zone blitz, Tampa 2, and 46 defensive experience to draw from.

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        • #34
          He probably will never be because he's too old but Jim Johnson is no doubt good enough to be a HC.

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          • #35
            Jim Bates....

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            • #36
              I already somewhat mentioned it but a few years down the road Hue Jacksons name will start popping up for HC jobs.

              He's a young motivator who really relates with the players and knows how to control them, he'll make a great HC. I wish we would've fired Bratkowski so he could be our new OC.

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              • #37
                Doug Marrone, OL coach of New Orleans. Keep a look out also for Pete Carmichael (QB coach) and Gary Gibbs (DC). If the Saints offense stays on track and has another big year or two, I can see Carmichael getting attention as a young, offensive mind. He has worked with San Diego and this past year, he was offered a position as OC for Miami Dolphins but turned it down. Gibbs was interviewed by two teams seeking a head coach, so I can imagine he will continue to be on the radar. Marrone is just a really solid OL coach and a guy with a proven track record. When he was with the New York Jets, they had some of the best lines that paved the way for Curtis Martin to put up some huge numbers.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
                  Mike Singletary, 100%


                  Yes sir. Singletary and Jackson would probaly be my picks to lead a team.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by BlindSite View Post
                    Mike Trgovac gets no love for having a top ranked defense in 03, 05 and 06.
                    He would make an awful head coach. The defense is good, but not what it should be.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by remix 6 View Post
                        Pepper Johnson

                        Patriots DL coach..coached LBs aswell
                        Thats my Madded HC.

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                        • #42
                          Jim Caldwell from the Colts.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by KCJ58 View Post
                            Singletary has said publicly he just wants his LBers.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
                              I personally blame Ron Rivera for the Bear's losing the superbowl. I really do. I felt that the weather was a gift from the football gods and he didnt take advantage of it. When it was pouring the way it was, why wasn't he aggressive? Why didn't he blitz Peyton? Instead he essentially had his guys play prevent the whole game, and made Peyton's life easy by allowing him to check down all game. The deepball wasn't there, the weather wouldn't allow it. There was no need to put so much emphasis on defending it. To me, the Bears couldve won that Superbowl if Rivera didn't call a horrible game.


                              However, (even though i just ripped him), this is the man to get if you want to run a Tampa 2 defense. He's a military man, he garners respect from his guys, good motivator, and he's one of the better Cover 2 minds out there. If youre going Cover 2, Ron Rivera is your man.
                              Wow, this couldn't be more flawed. Where to begin....well, for starters, the Bears were agressive early on, and it was paying dividends...until Danieal Manning blew his coverage and Reggie Wayne streaked upfield wide open and was hit by Peyton Manning for a 53 yard TD pass (the deep ball you claim "wasn't there"). After that, the Bears decided to back off into a Cover 2 shell and force the Colts to make long drives downfield, hoping to force a mistake somewhere along the way. Basically, they showed they were afraid to get burnt by Peyton Manning yet again after he did it once, so they decided to make the running/short passing game of the Colts beat them, which it did. Now, onto Rivera being the "perfect Tampa 2 man". This couldn't be further from the truth. Rivera came from the Buddy Ryan and Jim Johnson school of defense, and basically had the Tampa 2 scheme shoved down his throat by Lovie Smith. Rivera's influence is what made the Bears' Tampa 2 defense a unique one from most other Tampa 2 schemes in the league, especially in his usage of Brian Urlacher. If Rivera had his way, the Bears' defense would've resembled the Eagles' defense moreso than the Bucs' defense.


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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by BlindSite View Post
                                Singletary has said publicly he just wants his LBers.
                                I'm not sure if or when he said this....

                                But the last few years he has been interviewed for several HC jobs and is actively seeking one.

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