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    Default Ranking NFL Coaching Hires: Chiefs, Eagles, Cardinals, Chargers, Bears

    Ranking NFL Coaching Hires: Chiefs, Eagles, Cardinals, Chargers, Bears and More

    6. Chicago – Marc Trestman is arguably the second most qualified coach on this list (behind Reid), but he drops down significantly because he hasn’t coached in the NFL in almost a decade, and a lot has changed since he’s been away. Trestman has spent the last five years as a head coach in the CFL, so being a head coach won’t be an issue, but readjusting to the NFL could be. That being said, Trestman has a long history of working with quarterbacks, and with the Bears having a talented, yet underachieving, quarterback in place in Jay Cutler, Trestman could end up being a good pick to help both Cutler and the Bears get to the next level.


    No doubt Trestman garners respect but his lack of NFL experience and long absence from the ever evolving world of the NFL are cause for concern.

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    its true that it could be a boom or bust selection. But I think it is great that he was brought in as a consultant by Sean Payton. I think that speaks a lot. I have some hesitation, but I am pretty optimistic.

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    Cause for concern where? Nothing against you for posting this Sparty; I personally am reserving judgement for when I can actually see the team play.

    Whoever wrote the list; OTOH, is just fishing for trolls.
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    Imo I think we got the best hire. Reid hasn't done shit in years,kelly is an unknown, Arians is pretty good but there is no QB over there to follow his scheme, McCoy was under Manning butdid a good job with Tebow and the Bills and Jags i could care less

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    I do not see any justification why Doug Marrone is above Trestman which leads me to believe whoever wrote this is football retarded. The guy has significantly less NFL exp than Trestman and has been in college for the last 4 years. No success leading a team to a championship in any league at any level ever. Probably why i never heard of opposingviews.com until now
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    Glad you changed your avatar Sparty, Useless rankings.
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    1. Kansas City – The Chiefs wasted no time in going out and getting the biggest fish in the pond, Andy Reid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prgray77 View Post
    Cause for concern where? Nothing against you for posting this Sparty; I personally am reserving judgement for when I can actually see the team play.

    Whoever wrote the list; OTOH, is just fishing for trolls.
    I'm on board with the hiring of Trestman and hope for the best but how can you not see the cause for concern? He's coming from the CFL, an 8 team bush league, to the NFL after an absence from the NFL of 8 years. Maybe he can make that transition seamlessly or maybe it takes some time and how patient are Bears' fans going to be?

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    I like Trestman's track record with offenses and QBs. I like that when he didn't get a shot in the NFL, he took it to a different level to become a head coach and won 2 championships. He's gonna have the hunger and the passion in Chicago! :O
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    Quote Originally Posted by OmiyalePants View Post
    1. Kansas City – The Chiefs wasted no time in going out and getting the biggest fish in the pond, Andy Reid.

    LOLOLOLOLOL

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    Reid ranked #1?!!! 'nough said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_Assed View Post
    I do not see any justification why Doug Marrone is above Trestman which leads me to believe whoever wrote this is football retarded. The guy has significantly less NFL exp than Trestman and has been in college for the last 4 years. No success leading a team to a championship in any league at any level ever. Probably why i never heard of opposingviews.com until now
    Not only that but how do drop Trestman because of his lack of NFL experience in the last 9 years yet say Chip Kelly is a great hire after having zero fucking NFL experience?

    That list is just stupid.

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    Yeaaaaah, Reid is NOT the #1 hire there.

    I am really not that worried about Trestman. He has been winning in the CFL with NFL style offenses and reviews tape of the top 5 NFL teams every CFL off-season. He is still relied upon as a QB consultant before every draft.

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    Trestman has proven to have success and is a competitor in the NFL and CFL, just because he hasn't been in the NFL the last 5 years doesn't mean jack.

    I'll take him over Ried anyday.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    I'm on board with the hiring of Trestman and hope for the best but how can you not see the cause for concern? He's coming from the CFL, an 8 team bush league, to the NFL after an absence from the NFL of 8 years. Maybe he can make that transition seamlessly or maybe it takes some time and how patient are Bears' fans going to be?
    He transitioned to the CFL from the NFL with out a problem so I'm sure he can do it again.

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    Cool read.

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    Tim Brown disagrees.

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    I don't agree with Reid being #1. I think Lovie should have been hired because he can put a defense together. The game otoh may be passing by Reid. People in the NFL know how the deal with his teams, whereas at least Lovie could put a defense together(And D will take you FAR in this league).

    Its not exactly like the NFC East has been that strong either.

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    I'm as cautiously optimistic about Trestman as the next guy, but Kelly and Marrone are better hires than Trestman based on NFL experience? Ooookaaayyy...IMO, for this specific team, and it's specific offensive needs, like a coach good with Quarterbacks, receiving HBs, Zone blocking, and a WCO that allows the QB to distribute the ball quicker; Trestman was the best hire for this team out of all of the coaches listed.

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