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RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - DaMeatTrough - 02-02-2011 05:48 PM
Gregg Williams or Mularkey....Falcons can't lose!
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - Peyton - 02-02-2011 05:54 PM
(02-02-2011 03:11 PM)chazmataz Wrote: what about Ralph Friedgen? anyone have any thoughts on him? wasn't he the OC in San Diego before Cam Cameron? might make a good OC....
I've always wanted to see what Friedgen could do with the Falcons, especially when they had Vick. That guy knows offense.
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - atljbo - 02-02-2011 06:22 PM
Quote:After being scheduled to interview for Titans HC job Thurs, Saints DC Gregg Williams withdrew from consideration. Loyalty to Fisher, Saints
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - papachaz - 02-02-2011 06:25 PM
(02-02-2011 05:33 PM)RFlagg Wrote: I'd trade for him, I'd be willing to give up 2 cokes and some chips. I know, it's a steep price, but his potential is sky high!
all depends on the chips. if we're talking a generic store brand, ok. but no name brand stuff. i guess i'd only be willing if it was sam's cola....if it was actual coca cola, i can't see over one, certainly not two.
well, unless they'd been opened a couple of days and were flat...
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - Radical - 02-02-2011 06:27 PM
Implying what? That everyone who disagrees with you is a sheep. Try harder.
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - papachaz - 02-02-2011 06:27 PM
i didn't think williams would want to go anyway. he's been quoted about being excited to get to work with his son. Adams won't allow nepotism, i thought i'd read somewhere that's why he didn't want to go there. I wouldn't say loyalty to those mentioned wouldn't be a good reason. Nice to see someone would have the integrity to remain loyal to friends and family.
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - Peyton - 02-02-2011 06:30 PM
(02-02-2011 05:29 PM)chazmataz Wrote: vince young for trade
Good luck to them with that.
VY is due to make 12.75 million next year. I'm sure they will find a team just dying to take that on.
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - Dyoshot - 02-02-2011 06:47 PM
(02-02-2011 06:30 PM)Peyton Wrote: Good luck to them with that.
You beat me to it. I know Young is still a Titan, but it's almost impossible to trade him. Even if the new team restructures that contract, if I'm a team why would I give up picks for someone that his team doesn't want? If someone wants him they'll just wait to sign him as a FA. I still have no idea why Tennessee killed their leverage and told the world they were releasing him so soon.
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - Jayhawk-Falcon2012 - 02-02-2011 06:48 PM
So from reading everyone's responses it seems for the most part like everyone is pretty glad this news came up. But the one thing that concerns me about IF MM leaves for the HC job/Gets the HC job is that Ryan and Company are going to have to learn a new offense.
Don't know if its just me, but i feel that's a Huge problem if we're wanting to go to a Superbowl next season. For Ryan and everyone to get comfortable with the new offense and to mesh well at the same time. Just a thought.
RE: Mularkey to Interview for the Titans HC Job - Beef - 02-02-2011 06:58 PM
I think hiring family is always a recipe for future disaster. Billick & Smitty are essentially family. I don't like that option. I like Billick though a lot, but this is just one of my rules I don't do personally, so don't like it here either.
Not to mention I would want Friedgen over anyone else anyways. He took Maryland from total crap to a very very good team. He's offensive minded, strict, confident, (he's the polar opposite of a Jim Mora), & he absolutely knows how to utilize weapons & run a multi-dimensional spread offense.