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Jim Fassel

Discussion in 'Green Bay Packers Fan Forum' started by Zero2Cool, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    Someone asks who to replace Sherman with. That's the first name to my mind.

    IF he is repalced or antying like that. I'm not trying to say fire his *** this instant for the Ravens OC. But there's a name.
     
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    Since I live in New York I have to watch the giants every week, including when he was the coach.

    All I can say is (without trying to be disrespectful or anything to you):
    No.
     
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    i just hope that sherman's replacement (yes...come on, face it it's gonna happen) has credentials...not being the tight end coach of a team
     
  4. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    A. Reid?
     
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    No..not Fassel...

    He is not a good coach..too passive!

    Lost control of his team the Giants..

    Lookit where Tom Coughlin has them now! They are a team on the rise....!
     
  6. HatestheEagles084

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    we're going to be a young, inexperienced and underskilled team in the near future...we need a taskmaster coach to get the team's act together...look at how carolina rose from the bottom with john fox...coughlin has the same effect on the giants...lets bring some discipline in here
     
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    Art Shell.

    Former NFL coach of the year. Someone please explain to my why this guy has never been given another shot?
     
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    Mike Holmgren after he gets fired by Seattle at the end of this year.
     
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    Someone who has some fire in his belly, but can be a player's coach at the same time....wait, that might be Mike Tice. Forget it!
     
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    Not Fassel he too much like Sherman.
     
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    I know that he is getting old now, but Marv Levy is an exhalent coach who still follows and loves the game. He lives in Chicago and does some radio on one of the local sports stations. He admitted that he would have taken the Bears head spot if he had been approached when Jauron was canned. The man knows his football.
     
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    Kirk Ferentz.
     
  13. Zero2Cool

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    btw I would rather have Bates over Fassel :)
     
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    Kirk Ferentz would be an excellent choice, but I think he is going to stay in college football for at least a few more years. I don't see why Bates couldn't do the job. I say we give him a shot.
     
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    Me too Slick this guy is a leader and a humble one, I like him a lot, If I were a player that is the kind of guy I would love to play for !!!!!

    "Leadership is based on a spiritual quality; the power to inspire, the power to inspire others to follow."
    - Vince Lombardi

    IMHO He has this quality and some more!!! :twisted: :p :wink: :lol:
     

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