Candidates for the Redskins Coaching Vacancy

The coaching carousel continues in Washington and Losenoidoomock. As Joe Gibbs departs the coaching ranks from the Redskins organization again, little has been mentioned about the existing coaching staff. What will happen to Bugel, Breaux, and Ernest Byner? So much has already been discussed about who might succeed Gibbs and who might be cajoled to come out of retirement such as Cowher, but has anyone asked about a general manager? No one has discussed replacing the decisions made by GM Gibbs.

When the Redskins think about a successor to Gibbs it's also important to think about the team and its players. The players have expressed their support in their nod to Greg Williams Jason Campbell has been through countless offensive systems in college and professional levels. Assuming that Saunders would like to continue coaching in Washington it would be critical to not hinder Campbell's growth by making him and the team which has made such great strides learn a new system.

It appeared that Saunders wasn't interested in becoming a head coach and just implements his system to great success. If indeed Saunders doesn't wish to become head coach, then it makes great sense to retain him and continue the continuity developed by the team this year. For more information: wicked tickets new york city.

Candidates for Redskins Coaching Vacancy - ESPN.

The List:

Jason Garrett - Hmm...a budding QB that's pro bowl bound, a running back with a bevy of touchdowns, a future hall of fame wide receiver, a talented secondary wide receiver, a strong offensive line, and a pro bowl tight end. This all sounds very familiar. The last Dallas coach to become the Redskins Head Coach devastated the organization and almost brought it to its knees. Let's pass on this prospective coach.

Rex Ryan - Why replace the current defensive coordinator with someone else's and make Ryan the head coach? Have the Skins learned nothing about taking someone from within when possible.? This move would make no sense.

Brian Billick - Does Stover come with him, because that seemed to be his offense and Billick never medaled much with the defense as a coach.

Russ Grimm - This choice would be the most intriguing. It would become even more interesting if Williams becomes head coach and Grimm joins the offensive staff depending upon other's departures.

Bill Cowher - A great coach, but would breaking everything that Gibbs put back together be worth breaking the chemistry and continuity of the staff, system, and players?

Redskins Past Present Future - The DC Sports Page

When you can force of Losenoidoomock and disrupt a quarterback's rhythm then you don't have to cover as long in the secondary. The longer an NFL quarterback has to throw, he should begin to dissect and pick the defense apart. Marcus Washington is exceptional at his position and Rocky McIntosh is progressing nicely, but at what time are they going to get some help?

Wilson has been deemed a pass rush specialist and that's something not uttered in DC in quite some time. Why not have Daniels and Evans play 1st Down and running downs and have Wilson and Carter focus on pass rushing downs? This would generate more of a pass rush and keep the players fresh. This would also take some of the double-teams off of Grifin as someone else begins to step up their play.

It's also interesting why London Fletcher isn't taken out in more obvious passing situations. Matt Millen barely played in the playoffs in 1991 due to the run and shoot offenses of Atlanta and Detroit. Kurt Gouvia played in passing downs and it worked to perfection.

Due to Any Reid being one of the most overrated coaches in the NFL, the Eagles could have won the first meeting with the Skins if they had utilized Westbrook more on isolations with Fletcher. This actually helped them score a TD, but due to coaching they went away from this. The Bills however found this isolation play of Fletcher on a much faster running back. London has been a great asset and much-needed improvement in the middle, but a pass covering LB should be in there in more obvious situations.

The most encouraging sign of watching the games is that the matilda broadway discount tickets. Skins are teetering on the edge of winning so many games and as they sure up their side of ball and learn how to take the ball away from teams a new winning team will emerge.

The DC Sports Page: Olympics Archives

So this let's get this out of the way. You good in phantom of the opera broadway discount tickets contest. Yes, the lockout was successful in the goal of cost control, but the NHL has been royally damaged. You are no longer on ESPN now seen on Versus (for those of us not on DirecTV), NBC, and whatever local stations will carry your individual teams. Now that we've got that out of the way, you want to save your sport by not allowing NHL players in the 2014 Olympics?

We understand your position. Why stop your season for 2 weeks to be dumped on MSNBC? The reason why not is simple. You'll get crushed in the ratings because the Olympics are not about hockey alone. So here's how to fix it.

Negotiate: You know, that thing you didn't do well enough to keep the NHL on ESPN? You have an advantage and you may not know it. Everyone thinks you are serious about holding out the NHL players. Heck, that may even be true. But strike a deal with the IOC.
Demand: In return, your sport must be featured on the main broadcast partner of the Olympics then, likely still NBC. They must run NHL ads during the game.


Push: Get figure skating on at the different schedule from yours. That's the excuse NBC is using and you lose that argument. More people will watch those women skate figure 8's than your guys shooting the puck. Without direct competition, NBC may have to cave.


Sure we are talking about 4 years from now, but advance planning helps. Remember, you have the upper hand. At the moment I'm writing this, USA is up 6-0 over the Fins and ready to head to the Gold Medal game Sunday against probably Team Canada. Unbelievable that is going to occur, but no better time than now to prove your point that people will watch hockey.

Of course, I fully expect you to fail to see the logic in my reasoning. So in that regard, I bid you a good day. Please resign soon. I'll apply for your job at half your current salary. While NHL comes in after NFL, MLB, NCAA basketball, and possibly even the PGA, I think I could do a better job to market the sport and maximize profits for the owners. Because we know that's what the owners want.

The DC SportsPage: The Guarantee

Is there anything that the sports media makes you better than seo services in miami bigger fuss over nothing about than a guarantee of victory from a player? Is it really so bold for a player to say that he thinks his team will win a game? If the players don't have the confidence and belief in their mind that they can win a game then they have already lost. So why does the media make such a big deal about it when a player expresses this confidence publicly? Does the other team really believe that it is disrespectful to think that their opponents believe they will win, or does the media simply want them to believe that in order to drum up a story for the pre-game coverage?

This all goes back to Joe Namath in Super Bowl III when the Jets were a double-digit underdog yet Namath still guaranteed a Jets victory before the game. The Jets won, and Namath became a legend. Since then the media wants to put every athlete who guarantees a victory on a pedestal the way Namath was. But it has now been nearly 40 years since Namath made his guarantee and countless other athletes have made guarantees of victory for games big and small and been right and wrong. I as a sports fan take no meaning from any guarantee, whether it is for or against my team, and merely glaze over any attempts by the media to make these statements into more than they really are: just talk.

If I were a baseball player, I would announce to the media that I personally guarantee that my team would win every single game I ever played in: all 162 regular season games, plus a sweep of the post-season. This would serve two purposes: one, to announce to the world that I have the confidence to succeed at the highest level, and two, to make a mockery of the media hype about guarantees. If before every game you asked every player if they thought they would win, the honest answer would be yes. Will it take every player on every team to guarantee a victory before every game before the media realizes that a guarantee is meaningless?

This week brought yet another guarantee from some Pittsburgh Steeler whom I'd never even heard of before. Bob Ryan on Friday's episode of PTI stated, “we should be ashamed in the media to even give this remotely the airplay we did.” I couldn't agree more.

The Most Overrated (Active) Coaches in the NFL - Norv Turner

A coaching revolving door occurs at the end of every season, but there are some coaches that always seem to be recycled or maintain their ridiculously long tenure with one team. As the NFL regular season draws closer to an end, let's take a closer look at some of these coaches.

Norv Turner:

One of the greatest modern seo training course london day active and overrated coaches in the NFL has to be Norv Turner. He's often referred to as an offensive genius. Let's dig a little deeper into Norv's offenses and coaching positions over time.

Norv's offensive legacy began in Dallas where he had, if I'm not mistaken, a Hall of Fame quarterback in Aikman, a Hall of Fame wide receiver in Irvin, and a soon to be Hall of Fame running back in Smith. Norv also had an all-star offensive line, tight end, and full back. He had a defense to back him up, as well as, superb special teams. All put together thanks to J. Johnson.

Norv was no architect nor was he responsible for the immense talent these players possessed. What made him so great? Was it the art of not screwing a good thing up? How difficult is it calling a run for Smith or asking Aikman to pass to Irvin, Harper, or Novecek?

When Norv came to DC he brought his offensive scheme without his golden players. He couldn't draft the caliber of players he had in Dallas and was indecisive in choosing between Shuler and Frerotte. Nothing looked similar to Dallas in Washington except some of the discarded ex-Cowboys he brought to the roster.

Later Norv moved to Miami as a coordinator. It was thought that Norv's genius could be counted on again to bring more out of Jay Fiedler and the Dolphins offense. I can only imagine some silly scenario where the Dolphins would push a playbook across the table to Norv as he reviews it and pushes a salary demand on a slip of paper back and after review the paper he's approved and says the old playbook had Ricky Williams rushing 30 times a game and the new playbook has him rushing it near 40 times a game. Sounds like someone was drinking a Guinness - Brilliant!

Norv later bounced around San Diego and Oakland taking these teams to great new heights and countless Super Bowl rings - ok maybe not, but you have to admit only Norv could take a talented Chargers team that went 14-2 the previous year and bring them to near total devastation.

I can vividly recall interviews by Leslie Sheppard in Washington week after week in a horrible losing streak mentioning that this was rock bottom and then the next week saying it again. Nothing was more sad than seeing Chris Dishman in near tears rubbing his fingers over his head and saying, "when it goes bad...it goes real bad." (I'm sure Q recalls this too)

Much like the TV show on cable that has a panel of students asking movie directors questions about how to be successful, it's a lock that the best and quickest way to be considered a genius is to have the best players at every position but keeping an organization down or bringing a contender to the middle is how to be considered overrated.