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    Sarge
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    Defensive assistant bracket?

    Post by Sarge on Wed 5 Nov 2014 - 13:14

    Which of these defensive assistants would be most likely to find success if hired as Rex's replacement?

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    Re: Defensive assistant bracket?

    Post by cysporsche on Wed 5 Nov 2014 - 16:49

    Not on your list, but Dom Capers is an underrated Defensive Coordinator for the Green Bay Packers. He took their defense from 21st to 2nd. He is a 3-4 guy which I don't like, but he's a no nonsense type of coach, that is loved by his players.

    He took a new Panther team to the play-offs in two years. I'd add Capers to this list. Can't wait to see what Hyatt has to say ?

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    Re: Defensive assistant bracket?

    Post by jetsfanshanghai on Fri 7 Nov 2014 - 4:16

    Sarge wrote:Which of these defensive assistants would be most likely to find success if hired as Rex's replacement?

    SARGE (yes I used caps as I'm shouting) I have missed your posts, insight and polls......

    OK, sorry for interrupting the poll, but I am so happy to have finally escaped Barad Dur........ aka the old scout board

    @cy

    Dom is awesome I agree, however, what about Vic as a steal from the 9ers? unless Coach Jim is a gonner and the organisation promote him???

    I will admit to being kinda out of the loop info wise this year as work went badly wrong and, with 2 kids under 6 to sort out, real life priorities got in the way of football, let alone the 'merger'

    Glad to be home Smile

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    Re: Defensive assistant bracket?

    Post by Old#15 on Fri 7 Nov 2014 - 7:19

    Mike Pettine. Oh right, he was just a Ryan puppet.
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    Re: Defensive assistant bracket?

    Post by Sarge on Fri 7 Nov 2014 - 9:31

    jetsfanshanghai wrote:
    Sarge wrote:Which of these defensive assistants would be most likely to find success if hired as Rex's replacement?

    SARGE (yes I used caps as I'm shouting) I have missed your posts, insight and polls......

    OK, sorry for interrupting the poll, but I am so happy to have finally escaped Barad Dur........ aka the old scout board

    Thanks, work has been insane for me the last 6 months - quit my old job, put our house on the market, and moved to a new city and job......things just now starting to settle down

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    Re: Defensive assistant bracket?

    Post by cysporsche on Fri 7 Nov 2014 - 14:45

    Old#15 wrote:Mike Pettine.  Oh right, he was just a Ryan puppet.  




    Maybe Pettine was the brains of the defense, and Rex was the mouth getting credit ! Behind every Doctor, there is a smarter Nurse !

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