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Lol Jon Gruden. People really do want him. No one will hire him ever again.
I don't understand your point? Are you saying the Patriots were a playoff team last season and sandbagged the season?LOL BB was playing games, they had the most Covid opt-outs last year, mostly starters. He knew it was a throw away year
I think back in his Tampa days he had a little extra and was ahead of the game. He got to Tampa, installed an offense and got them over the hump.Lol Jon Gruden. People really do want him. No one will hire him ever again.
nagy will be fired before game 15, so that they can start the coaching changes.Bears are in in right now. Its no fun for the organization, fans or this board.
Its the natural progression. Shitty record. Players lose energy. Coaches start working on resumes instead of game plans. This board gets pretty stale.
There must be a winter for there to be a spring. Come black Monday, January 10th, spring arrives for the NFL's downtrodden and the coaching searches begin.
5 weeks left guys. And then the coaching rumors start flying, John Gruden's name inevitably gets mentioned and college coaches who have no business in the NFL start flirting with the idea of having no recruiting season.
Hang in there guys. 5 more weeks of winter. And for the first time in decades, the Bears have a QB with upper-echelon talent to tempt a candidate.
Couldn’t care less about it. Doubt he would do it again. Belichick was caught cheating and I would hire him in a heart beat the minute he became available. Sean Payton is a proven head coach and would be the lowest risk. He also knows offense and can help Fields reach his ceiling.I lost all respect for him after bountygate
Gruden for his career is 117-112, and people talk about him as if he's some savior. In a just world Tony Dungy would have won a title in Tampa.I would hate to have him as Bears HC. And not because of his emails, but because he sucks, and was vastly over valued by Davis.
57-55 in Tampa. He was not ahead of the game.I think back in his Tampa days he had a little extra and was ahead of the game. He got to Tampa, installed an offense and got them over the hump.
But now, probably a middle of the pack coach. He wasn't doing anything special in Vegas.
The NFL passes you by. At one time, Lovie Smith was ahead of the NFL, albeit for a very short time, and soon went to a coach that couldn't even cut it at a low end Big 10 school. The NFL passes you by, and it does it very very quickly.