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  • #31
    Originally posted by NIN1984
    I always get him as my head coach in Madden
    Haha Nice

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    • #32
      yes

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      • #33
        The problem is that he's had offers in the past and has declined them. I think because of his age he wants nothing to do with all the pressure of being a head coach. He'd rather just be an excellent defensive coordinator then possibly flop as a head coach and lose respect around the league.

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        • #34
          Man, I'm glad LeBeau went to Cleveland.

          Yeah, I play WoW too.[/CENTER]

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          • #35
            He's a bit old, which isn't that big of a problem, but the thing is is that he doesn't want to HC.

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            • #36
              These two would be a couple of good choices for teams in 2007.

              Jim Bates is a strong defensive mind and a great motivator. If it weren't for the owner, he'd probably make a good Raiders coach.

              Ron Rivera has been biding his time, but has shown that he can maintain a unit at a very high level. I'd like to see RR go to Arizona.

              Another is Mike Sherman. Not that Houston is doing a great job on their O-line with the number of sacks given up, but it's better than when they lead the league. Also they lost their #1 RB, but have been pretty competitive. A Jim Bates as HC with Sherman as the OC would be a good pairing, especially if the team wanted to run a power-run game.
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              • #37
                I think he's pretty happy earning $1 million per year and not having to deal with the headaches of being in charge of the whole ship. He's universally respected in the league and I've seen him around town and it doesn't seem people even know who he is. Not bad.
                Lloyd Carr: "I hope one day we have a system where all the issues are decided on the field."

                "Honestly, we've played a lot better teams than them," Florida defensive end Jarvis Moss said. "I could name four or five teams in the SEC that could probably compete with them and play the same type of game we did against them."

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by johbur
                  These two would be a couple of good choices for teams in 2007.

                  Jim Bates is a strong defensive mind and a great motivator. If it weren't for the owner, he'd probably make a good Raiders coach.

                  Ron Rivera has been biding his time, but has shown that he can maintain a unit at a very high level. I'd like to see RR go to Arizona.

                  Another is Mike Sherman. Not that Houston is doing a great job on their O-line with the number of sacks given up, but it's better than when they lead the league. Also they lost their #1 RB, but have been pretty competitive. A Jim Bates as HC with Sherman as the OC would be a good pairing, especially if the team wanted to run a power-run game.
                  I am a huge fan of Bates and I think he'd make a great coach.

                  Ron Rivera, Mike Sherman, and I think Rex Ryan are all ready for the next level, Sherman having already been there and succeeding.

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