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 Post subject: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 1:38 am 
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Who stays? Who goes?

Does Jim 'Cardwell' Caldwell go after making it through the nightmare, code red scenario in Indy?

Do Romeo Crennel and/or Todd Bowles get their interim tag stripped?*

Does Norv Turner finally leave San Diego, and likely take an OC gig somewhere more desirable than working for AJ Smith?

Does Andy Reid survive... again? I actually heard a really wild rumor about him leaving to get full control in San Diego, emphasis on wild.

Does Raheem Morris survive after that great leap forward ended up being two giant steps back?

Spags is gone and I am not even putting a Cavuto question mark at the end of this sentence because of how obvious it is.

I don't even care about the Jaguars job. That is the least desirable head coaching gig in the NFL if indeed their intentions are still about staying in Jacksonville (unlikely).

I'll throw Jets fans a bone and include Schottenheimer in the Black Monday because it will actually be intriguing to see the direction that goes.

*- I think Crennel stays and Bowles, despite being very impressive down the stretch, won't because Steve Ross is obsessed with a big name Head Coaches.


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 1:19 pm 
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Raheem Morris and Spags are both out. Rams GM Billy Devaney also got canned.

Jags are interested in Falcons OC and ex-Bills HC Mike Mularkey in their HC position.


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 1:59 pm 
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Prospectus wrote:
Who stays? Who goes?

Does Jim 'Cardwell' Caldwell go after making it through the nightmare, code red scenario in Indy?

Do Romeo Crennel and/or Todd Bowles get their interim tag stripped?*

Does Norv Turner finally leave San Diego, and likely take an OC gig somewhere more desirable than working for AJ Smith?

Does Andy Reid survive... again? I actually heard a really wild rumor about him leaving to get full control in San Diego, emphasis on wild.

Does Raheem Morris survive after that great leap forward ended up being two giant steps back?

Spags is gone and I am not even putting a Cavuto question mark at the end of this sentence because of how obvious it is.

I don't even care about the Jaguars job. That is the least desirable head coaching gig in the NFL if indeed their intentions are still about staying in Jacksonville (unlikely).

I'll throw Jets fans a bone and include Schottenheimer in the Black Monday because it will actually be intriguing to see the direction that goes.

*- I think Crennel stays and Bowles, despite being very impressive down the stretch, won't because Steve Ross is obsessed with a big name Head Coaches.


:lol: Mike saying that never gets old.


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 2:20 pm 
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I'm amazed sometimes how long Reid has lasted in Philly

And I'm wondering when the caldwell is gone news becomes official in Indy. Nice guy, but...


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:13 pm 
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Bill and Chris Polian both fired by the Colts. This is a pretty shocking move. Caldwell is likely done. Now how about Peyton?


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:14 pm 
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And just to add to how terrible the Jags job is, they want to interview Brian Schottenheimer.


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:18 pm 
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Bill and Chris Polian both fired by the Colts. This is a pretty shocking move. Caldwell is likely done. Now how about Peyton?


Adam Schein said on SNY's Jets postgame show yesterday that sources told him Peyton still can't throw.

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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:29 pm 
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Chico wrote:
Prospectus wrote:
Bill and Chris Polian both fired by the Colts. This is a pretty shocking move. Caldwell is likely done. Now how about Peyton?


Adam Schein said on SNY's Jets postgame show yesterday that sources told him Peyton still can't throw.

It's a terrible injury to sustain, a tough surgery to come back from, and him coming back to his former self would be something of a miracle. Anybody pulling for the Jets to get him are nuts.


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 1:36 pm 
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Jerry Angelo got canned so Lovie Smith's job is up in the air. The Bears had tough luck but I think Lovie could still be safe (which seems to be the case) because their failure can easily be placed on Angelo's poor track record in the draft, not very good personnel decisions, poor depth, and the fact he is what was standing between Matt Forte getting a long-term deal with the Bears.

Rick Spielman was named GM of the Vikings.

A lot of rumors about Polian landing somewhere, some speculate Chicago but I think a lot of teams may have caution if Bill Polian drags along Chris Polian. The younger Polian's track record, for the last few years elder Polian deferred duties to his son, was simply lackluster to pretty terrible. Some have speculated Bill got dismissed because he did not follow Irsay's wishes of just dismissing Chris.

Jeff Fisher meeting with Dolphins and Rams, some think the Rams job is his.

Raiders will hire a GM but hearing what Hue Jackson had to say in season postmortem, you almost think he is playing the role right now in his criticism of the team performance.

Spags is immediately drawing interest as a DC. Some immediately think the Eagles will dump Castillo for him but IIRC the Eagles pretty much left Spags leave as an unhappy camper to a division rival. Could things really be patched up between those two parties. This seems like wish-fulfillment by the Philly media and I think Spags is patient enough to look at other job openings.*

*-Like the Giants DC job.**

**- j/k, now talk about wish-fulfillment.


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 2:16 pm 
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So Hue Jackson got fired by incoming GM Reggie McKenzie. It seems all but a done deal that former Raider Winston Moss who knows McKenzie from the Packers organization will come along.

Bears hire from within which given the recent Bears personnel decisions does not make fans feel easier.

Lots of rumors of Martin Schottenheimer.

Sparano going to the Jets.

Mike Mularkey has agreed to the worst coaching job in the league. There was a lot of speculation that the Falcons would have not retained him anyway because of the team's regression in the last month, but especially that playoff performance.

There was a rumor Spags would return to the Eagles but the Falcons actually have two coordinator openings happening and they are supposedly interested in Spags. Other names are Jack Del Rio, who gave Mike Smith the opportunity to get the Falcons job, Raheem Morris, and Mike Nolan are also candidates.

Colts have quietly named Ryan Grigson GM of the team. He was the director of player personnel for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Long-time offensive assistant and previous OC of the Chargers Clarence Shelmon will not return.


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 3:50 pm 
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Jim Caldwell has been officially fired by the Colts.

Gregg Williams is joining Jeff Fisher in St. Louis which means another potential team for Steve Spagnuolo. Does he really want to take time off?


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 Post subject: Re: We have now hit Black Monday for Head Coaches
PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 6:42 pm 
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Just some thoughts on Caldwell and the changing of the guard in Indy

The older I get as a sports fan, the more I realize that winning is not as easy as we fans sometimes fancy it to be.

Living in Indy, I saw a fan/media spin on the Colts descend south not too long after their SB loss to the saints. An era of excellence on and off the field was gradually being forgotten, and replaced by a mantra that the 'winning was not enough'. A hall of fame executive in Pollian was all of a sudden a culprit, with The Sports Editor of the Indy Star, Kravitz, being the head cheerleader of this garbage .

The firing of Caldwell, I can understand. But the reaction of sportsmedia to the colts in Indianapolis, has caused me to turn off radio sportstalk altogether, whether it is local and national. I hope Jim Irsay didn't give in to the sound and fury of media voices in firing Pollian--But I'm beginning to wonder.

I hope the colts fans in Indy are ready for the rebuild. They are going to find out that rebuilding isn't all that easy in the NFL, let alone winning.


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