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Who should be replacing 'Jags' ??

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by C-Mize, Dec 22, 2006.

  1. IGHPack

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    Zero2Cool wrote:
    P@ck66 wrote:
    NO..

    NOT June Jones...

    He sucks..He was the guy who ran the Run 'n Gun in Atlanta when Jeff George was there...

    He's so bad I'd rather have Rossley over him....


    Jerry Glanville ran the Run 'n Gun.

    I can't find anything that says June Jones runs the Run 'n Gun.



    You disagree with my choice, but I don't see yours.

    Run n' Shoot..

    Whatever..that's what he ran even if you can't find it, and he still stunk in the Pros...



    Hey git it right>
    It was called the "Chuck and Duck" offense.

    Buddy Ryan
     
  2. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    Good precedent to set.

    One only has to make one or a few related post to the topic, then said person can deviate and try to bait a known haterade person into a debate with a post that has no merit once so ever in said thread.

    Good, no, no, GREAT precedent. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:



    ANYHOW


    I don't see the Packers taking someone outside the organization for the OC position. Why? As others have mentioned, Mike calls the plays and we have zone blocking already set. Maybe we could take the OL coach from the Falcons/Broncos?

    Broncos...
    Jeremy Bates - Offensive Assistant
    Chip Beake - Offensive Quality Control

    Falcons...
    Tom Cable Offensive Line
    Chris Dalman Offensive Assistant
     
  3. all about da packers

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    Falcons might be a viable option, with Mora gone a new coach will want things done his way.
     
  4. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    who was their OC? Greg Knapp? Lets go for him!
     
  5. all about da packers

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    Interesting, Tom Cable was only in his first year in the NFL. I'm not so sure he would be a good choice, seeing as how he didn't work with Jags previously.
     
  6. all about da packers

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    OC Knapp has a background in QB coaching, so he too might not be a good choice for the run game...

    I'm starting to think more and more that Edgar Bennett would be a good choice.
     
  7. all about da packers

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    Interesting that Alex Gibbs is still a consultant with Atlanta....

    Go after him for the OC job?
     
  8. all about da packers

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    Actually I think the Falcons RB coach might make a good OC, he's worked with LT and been a part of the Falcons rushing success lately.
     
  9. Zero2Cool

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    What makes Edgar Bennet more OC than Tom Cable? Didn't Bennet just finish up his first year as RB coach?


    I'd prefer to promote within, unless its a solid OC type person, thats just my personal preference though.
     
  10. Cal2GreenBay

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    The OC would have to be someone versed in the west coast offense and thinks of EXPANDING the existing principles of the offense.

    There are not a lot of NFL assistants who are doing that. Most of this stuff is done in the college ranks. Norm Chow from Tennessee(fresh out of college) and possibly West Virginia's OC have innovative thoughts to implement in an NFL offense and would be a good ear to Mike McCarthy.
    Mike Dunbar(formerly Northwestern's OC) is also a good mind to draw from as well as the primary point I raised J.Tedford(althought he's not going anywhere).

    Jim Fassell is an NFL retread, and would not be a good choice for Green Bay.

    Even Green Bay's old QB coach Darrell Bevell could be a candidate.
     
  11. all about da packers

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    Um no....he is OC of the Vikings and unless he gets a promotion the Packers can't talk to him.

    Of course they could get permission, but I have little doubt the Vikes would deny them permission.
     
  12. all about da packers

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    Bennet has been around the Packers before, and he may not have been a coach last year but he hung around enough of them to pick up a thing or two.

    I just think he'd have a better read on the players.

    As for hiring from within, honestly I'm not so sure there is a person who is good enough right now to be hired as OC... Philbin was the assistant O-Line coach only last year, and from what I've read, he is 'competent' in teaching zone blocking, not 'excellent' at it.
     

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