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Re: [NFL] Who replaces Andy Reid as Eagles head coach at year en

I read somewhere that Sanchez would be a good fit for the Raiders. I mean how worst can he be then Palmer?



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said by I AM:

I read somewhere that Sanchez would be a good fit for the Raiders. I mean how worst can he be then Palmer?

Compare their stats and comeback and see how much worse Sanchez is lol.
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Hey, it's Philadelphia so does it really matter?



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said by I AM:

I read somewhere that Sanchez would be a good fit for the Raiders. I mean how worst can he be then Palmer?

I don't think Sanchez gets traded. The Jets are 25 million over the salary cap next season as it stands now. They have to clean house and cut salary. If they trade or release Sanchez, they will take another four million hit against the cap. They might be willing to do that if someone offered the moon for him, but with Al Davis dead, no current owner is that crazy.
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It's almost official: »www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000···a-eagles



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I have a feeling Andy stays!!!!!



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said by I AM:

I have a feeling Andy stays!!!!!

It is finally official - Reid is fired.
»www.philly.com/philly/sports/eag···ach.html

It's finally official: The Andy Reid era in Philadelphia is over.

Reid was fired Monday after 14 seasons at the helm of the Eagles. His dismissal comes one day after an embarrassing 42-7 loss at the New York Giants which put the finishing touches on a 4-12 season.

The Eagles will hold a press conference at noon. We'll have live coverage right here on Philly.com starting at 11:30 a.m.

"Andy Reid won the most games of any head coach in Eagles history and he is someone I respect greatly and will remain friends with for many years to come,” Eagles chairman and CEO Jeff Lurie said in a press release. "But, it is time for the Eagles to move in a new direction. Coach Reid leaves us with a winning tradition that we can build upon. And we are very excited about the future.”

Now, who replaces him. They need to move quickly in signing a replacement. Maybe today at news conference.

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said by I AM:

I have a feeling Andy stays!!!!!

Or not.


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Via condios, Andy.

»www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000···-seasons



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BLACK MONDAY
Buffalo Bills fired Chan Gailey

Chicago Bears fired Lovie Smith

Cleveland Browns fired Pat Shurmur and GM Tom Heckert

Kansas City Chiefs fired Romeo Crennel.

Philadelphia Eagles fired Andy Reid

San Diego Chargers fired Norv Turner and GM A.J. Smith

Arizona Cardinals fired Ken Whisenhunt and GM Rod Graves

New York Jets fired GM Mike Tannenbaum



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Where can I apply for one of these jobs?



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said by FFH:

Now, who replaces him. They need to move quickly in signing a replacement.

Here are some possibles:
»www.philly.com/philly/sports/eag···dup.html
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said by FFH:

said by FFH:

Now, who replaces him. They need to move quickly in signing a replacement.

Here are some possibles:
»www.philly.com/philly/sports/eag···dup.html

I really doubt that Bill Cowher &/or Jon Gruden will accept. They both have comfortable Reporting positions with no stress and fan abuse. Plus, and this is the main reason, Philly doesn't have a capable QB, without whom, you will get fired in 2 years.
Shanahan was in the wilderness for years after John Elway. The "best" he had was the flaky and temperamental Jay Cutler. Look how far he has come with RGIII.

The best Philly can hope for is Chip Kelly who so wants to be a NFL Coach he will go anywhere or some Asst Coach who wants Head Coach on the Resume'. Philly has a long rebuilding. Too many Divas on the Team.

All the Teams who have fired head Coaches have no QBs, except maybe the Chargers. The changes will accomplish nothing.
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It baffles my mind that Rex is not on the list of those fired today.
And if the Cardinals don't do something to solve the QB situation, I would expect to see Fitzgerald requesting a trade to a team that can get him the ball.



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Odd situation with the Jets. They're trying to hire a new GM with a head coach already in place. Pretty awkward for any incoming GM.
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I don't think Rex is a bad head coach, and he did a bunch of good things for the Jets in his first two seasons in NY.

His continued confidence in Sanchez was a mistake though.
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said by Rook008:

I don't think Rex is a bad head coach, and he did a bunch of good things for the Jets in his first two seasons in NY.

His continued confidence in Sanchez was a mistake though.

Going with the best you have available is all any professional coach can do. That isn't the same as saying he has confidence in what his best is. Sometimes the best isn't that good or effective. Which brings us to the case of Mr. Sanchez.

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Most people think a assistant coach gets picked. My bets on gruden or cowler. Leaning towards cowler as i doubt gruden wants to return yet. Philadelphia is a attractive team for any coach that wants to return. The nucleous is there with maybe some question on foles. They are not a bad team they were just horribly coached the last few years. I dont really blame it on andy himself as much as all andys personal problems the last few years.



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I don't think Rex is a good head coach.Very much like his dad Buddy.Very good defensive coaches both of them but head coach ,no.
Jets should hire new head coach and let him be defensive coach.



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said by Blogger:

Going with the best you have available is all any professional coach can do. That isn't the same as saying he has confidence in what his best is. Sometimes the best isn't that good or effective. Which brings us to the case of Mr. Sanchez.

While Tebow is not a premier QB by any mean, I think there is at least a 50% possibility that he could've been more effective than Sanchez in some games, had he been given a chance.
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nm



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Poor lovie.



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I just read that Reid is interviewing with the Cardinals, with the pitch that he can 'fix' Kolb. There's no doubt that Kolb played much better in Reid's scheme.
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Reid and Kolb reunited! Fitzgerald should be happy as Reid throws all the time.

Could Lovie Smith be the the defensive version of Reid?



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said by footballdude:

I just read that Reid is interviewing with the Cardinals, with the pitch that he can 'fix' Kolb. There's no doubt that Kolb played much better in Reid's scheme.

Vick to the Cardinals
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Reid will probably handle going from the eagles to cardinals as well as Buddy Ryan did. Is history about to repeat itself. I would think arizona would stay far away from a x eagles coach after that fiasco.
As far as vick my guess is he ends up in dallas.



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I think Lovie is a good coach and would hate to see him have only a one time stint at the head spot.


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Lovie will get another chance. Him and reid are a lot a like in they want to be the players friend more than they want to be the players coach.



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As far as vick my guess is he ends up in dallas.

WHOOOT!!! We got from a guy who throws interceptions in big games to a guy who throw interceptions every game!!!


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lol