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Old 11-09-2012, 10:52 PM
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ML has played his hand and proven he is not the coach to get this team to the next level. I am throwing my hat in the ring for Oregon's Chip Kelly to be hired as next Bengals head coach.
Love Chip Kelly, afraid that he may be a wash as a Pro coach.
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Old 11-09-2012, 10:53 PM
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At this juncture in our fiasco I'd take just about anybody over Marvin. How Mike can't see it's time to move on is baffling !
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Old 11-09-2012, 10:56 PM
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At this juncture in our fiasco I'd take just about anybody over Marvin. How Mike can't see it's time to move on is baffling !
Because he cannot see over the high pile of money that's always in front of him.
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I'm intrigued by his aggressiveness, but I think he may be TOO aggressive. Going for it on 4th down in our territory isn't something I'd like to see. Also, there's been quite a few college coaches who have failed. Spurrier and Saban to name a couple. Also, will a college coach get steamrolled by Mike Brown? I want a coach that stands up to Mike and wants power. All things considered, I think I'd pass on Kelly.
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I'm intrigued by his aggressiveness, but I think he may be TOO aggressive. Going for it on 4th down in our territory isn't something I'd like to see. Also, there's been quite a few college coaches who have failed. Spurrier and Saban to name a couple. Also, will a college coach get steamrolled by Mike Brown? I want a coach that stands up to Mike and wants power. All things considered, I think I'd pass on Kelly.
Maybe Bill Parcells?
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I would like to see the Bengals hire Herm Edwards, if only for the hilarious post game quotes.
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Let's see what we do for the rest of the season. Marvin's time may well be up, but I still remember how bad this team used to be before he got here. He has, if nothing else, brought this team from the bowels of Hell to a more respectable mediocrity.
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I'm intrigued by his aggressiveness, but I think he may be TOO aggressive. Going for it on 4th down in our territory isn't something I'd like to see. Also, there's been quite a few college coaches who have failed. Spurrier and Saban to name a couple. Also, will a college coach get steamrolled by Mike Brown? I want a coach that stands up to Mike and wants power. All things considered, I think I'd pass on Kelly.
Big brass balls are better than no balls at all. I like a coach who is not afraid to step outside the old school book once in a while.
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Sean Peyton anyone?
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The next hc is on the staff.

My vote goes to Hue.
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Big brass balls are better than no balls at all. I like a coach who is not afraid to step outside the old school book once in a while.
Don't get me wrong, he wouldn't be my last choice. I'd take him over any of our in house candidates. I'd just rather have an established NFL head coach.
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Jon Gruden- Strong Possibility

Sean Payton- Would like him, but most likely he'll go to the cowboys.

Bill Cowher- Highly doubtful for us

Brian Billick- Not likely

Rob Ryan- Strong Possibility
Still going on about Gruden???

You're consistent, I'll give ya that.

There's about a .01% chance he comes here though,
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Old 11-10-2012, 01:24 AM
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Jon Gruden- Strong Possibility

Sean Payton- Would like him, but most likely he'll go to the cowboys.

Bill Cowher- Highly doubtful for us

Brian Billick- Not likely

Rob Ryan- Strong Possibility
Where is the link for Rob Ryan LMFAO....your joking right? LOL
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Old 11-10-2012, 01:41 AM
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Where is the link for Rob Ryan LMFAO....your joking right? LOL
Ryan would also shift us into 3-4 defense.
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Love Chip Kelly, afraid that he may be a wash as a Pro coach.
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I have a hard time seeing his offense succeeding in the NFL.

If he had RG3, Locker, or Newton as his QB it may work.

Come to think of it, the Titan would probably be a good fit for him...
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With MB as owner we could dig up Vince Lombardi put him on the sideline and we would still underachive. Its hard to coach with your hands tied!!!
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With MB as owner we could dig up Vince Lombardi put him on the sideline and we would still underachive. Its hard to coach with your hands tied!!!
That's true when it comes to everything but game day. Marvin is consistently outcoached by the guys across from him. Vince Lombardi's ghost wouldn't be.
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Ryan would also shift us into 3-4 defense.

Wouldn't that set things back a year or two, while the right personnel were acquired and the existing learned the new scheme?
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If Marvin's not fired after the season, then we may as well throw in the towel for next season...WHODEY
Why? He's an every other year coach.
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Why? He's an every other year coach.
Yeah, with that 3rd place schedule they'll have next year, it would seem a lock for Marvin to lead them to a 10 win season.
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ML has played his hand and proven he is not the coach to get this team to the next level. I am throwing my hat in the ring for Oregon's Chip Kelly to be hired as next Bengals head coach.
Somebody read an article recently about how he is going to change the way the game is played because he always goes for it on 4th down.
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Yeah, with that 3rd place schedule they'll have next year, it would seem a lock for Marvin to lead them to a 10 win season.
His record in odd numbered years is pretty solid though.

45-35. Fire him after next season.








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