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Old 11-05-2012, 12:27 AM
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If Mike Brown is in control then he needs to f'n give it up right now because obviously it's f'g us. I've never wished death on anyone but i'm really starting to consider it.
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Old 11-05-2012, 01:07 AM
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Well in that case, i hope we bring in Rob Ryan as head coach.
well Rob Ryan now is the up and comer type of coach Marvin Lewis was viewed as before he ended up here so that's actually a realistically reasonable pick to coach here, well done
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Well in that case, i hope we bring in Rob Ryan as head coach.
I like Rob much better than his brother. Would that mean we lose Zimmer as dc? Rob Ryan as coach and Kerry Combs as dc sounds interesting.

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Old 11-05-2012, 01:15 AM
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We have a better chance of getting Vince Lombardi to come back from the dead to coach this team, than getting anybody from the list below. Seriously.

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1.Brian Billick, CBS/NFL Network analyst. He led the Ravens to victory in Super Bowl 35 and 80-64 record in nine years in Baltimore

2.Bill Cowher, CBS analyst. The former coach of the Steelers. He has a Super Bowl ring and 149-90-1 record in 15 years.

3.Jon Gruden, ESPN analyst. He is another former Super Bowl-winning coach.he posted a 95-81 record.

4.Tony Dungy The former coach of the colts. He won the Super Bowl.

I like to see Bill Cowher coaching bengals,but I don't think we will never see any of them coaching for mike Brown.
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Old 11-07-2012, 05:24 PM
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1. Nick Saban, Alabama
2. Urban Meyer, Ohio State
3. Les Miles, LSU
4. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma
5. Gary Patterson, TCU

All are better than what we have now. Patterson know Dalton more than anyone and I would love to see that happen.
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1. Nick Saban, Alabama
2. Urban Meyer, Ohio State
3. Les Miles, LSU
4. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma
5. Gary Patterson, TCU

All are better than what we have now. Patterson know Dalton more than anyone and I would love to see that happen.
If I had a choice of a college coach and Zimmer leaves, I'd like Lane KIffin as our next HC. And yes, I did watch the Oregon game.
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1.Brian Billick, CBS/NFL Network analyst. He led the Ravens to victory in Super Bowl 35 and 80-64 record in nine years in Baltimore

2.Bill Cowher, CBS analyst. The former coach of the Steelers. He has a Super Bowl ring and 149-90-1 record in 15 years.

3.Jon Gruden, ESPN analyst. He is another former Super Bowl-winning coach.he posted a 95-81 record.

4.Tony Dungy The former coach of the colts. He won the Super Bowl.

I like to see Bill Cowher coaching bengals,but I don't think we will never see any of them coaching for mike Brown.
I agree not only will these guys not come to Cincy, but I dont think any of those four will come out of retirement.

I honestly think if there was a coaching change that Mike Zimmer might be the best option available.
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All those high profile names wouldn't even stiff the invitation. We could probably get Dave Wannstedt though.
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Bring back Sam Wyche
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It's just a thought. Gruden bros in Cincy.
I heard he's only looking for assistant positions though.
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It's just a thought. Gruden bros in Cincy.
I heard he's only looking for assistant positions though.
just had an article on PFT about him becoming new Eagles HC after they fire Reid.
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Dusty Baker


At this point, I'd take Dusty Rhodes.


At least he has a bionic elbow.


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Just seen scroll cross the bottom of screen, John Gruden wants back in coaching, if anyone has a opening.
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http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...eports-say-yes

According to Nfl.com, Jon Gruden wants to coach again. Could he be our new head coach for next year? Hopefully. He has been calling around looking for assistants. It almost makes perfect sense that he should come here because we need to clean house and fire Lewis, just imagine the team work him and his brother could have in making this team a superbowl contender. This would be by far the best decision made in the history of Cincinnati if Mike Brown hired Jon Gruden as head coach after the season & got rid of Marvin Lewis. That would show that he actually is trying to make this team a winner. Mike Brown needs to pursue Gruden, and not pass up on him by letting him go to another team and wasting another season on Marvin Lewis, surely Brown doesn't plan on keeping Lewis for another 5 years or so, so why waste the time keeping him for another season? We have alot of talent on this team and we need a coach to steer us in the right direction. This team would be the best opportunity for Jon Gruden in he's looking to coach somewhere. I know alot of you will say "He won't come here because Mike Brown has to much control"..Well i think Mike Brown needs to get a clue and give up the reigns and pay a legitimate coach who knows the game well. You get what you pay for Mikey.


Other notes: Gruden played for Dayton, and attends golf reunions in Dayton. He'd be coming back home.




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According to Nfl.com, Jon Gruden wants to coach again. Could he be our new head coach for next year? Hopefully. He has been calling around looking for assistants. It almost makes perfect sense that he should come here because we need to clean house and fire Lewis, just imagine the team work him and his brother could have in making this team a superbowl contender. This would be by far the best decision made in the history of Cincinnati if Mike Brown hired Jon Gruden as head coach after the season & got rid of Marvin Lewis. That would show that he actually is trying to make this team a winner. Mike Brown needs to pursue Gruden, and not pass up on him by letting him go to another team and wasting another season on Marvin Lewis, surely Brown doesn't plan on keeping Lewis for another 5 years or so, so why waste the time keeping him for another season? We have alot of talent on this team and we need a coach to steer us in the right direction. This team would be the best opportunity for Jon Gruden in he's looking to coach somewhere. I know alot of you will say "He won't come here because Mike Brown has to much control"..Well i think Mike Brown needs to get a clue and give up the reigns and pay a legitimate coach who knows the game well. You get what you pay for Mikey.


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It'd be amazing and awesome, but heck no he won't come here.
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It'd be amazing and awesome, but heck no he won't come here.

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surely Brown doesn't plan on keeping Lewis for another 5 years or so,
I wouldn't be so sure!
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Have faith. It could happen.
Glad you have that faith, but mine has finally disappeared.

Marvin is the man here. And if by some crazy chance he's let go, then Zimmer will be the man here.
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The report suggests Gruden is only looking for a "perfect opportunity" for a large-market team or he'd be happy to stay at ESPN.
Doesn't exactly scream Bengals
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I wouldn't be so sure!

I bet Jay discussed with Jon about going to Cincinnati..Jon may have said go for it & recommended it.
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Glad you have that faith, but mine has finally disappeared.

Marvin is the man here. And if by some crazy chance he's let go, then Zimmer will be the man here.

I would NOT want Zimmer has head coach. I kinda want him fired.
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Doesn't exactly scream Bengals

Not so fast, it doesn't exactly scream anyone. One guy said the Eagles, but i think he should come to the younger team with a promising future..(Bengals)
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Glad you have that faith, but mine has finally disappeared.

Marvin is the man here. And if by some crazy chance he's let go, then Zimmer will be the man here.
If not Zimmer. then definitely Hue.
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If not Zimmer. then definitely Hue.

No way, if Mike Brown doesn't hire outside the organization then he's a complete IDIOT.
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