Next Captain of the Titanic is..........

Next Captain of the Titanic is..........

Joined: March 7th, 2003, 1:04 am

November 6th, 2017, 4:25 pm #1

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
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Joined: February 12th, 2011, 2:24 am

November 6th, 2017, 5:23 pm #2

Let's not get ahead of ourselves here. Even if giggles went 4-12 5 years in a row or more do you think mikey would fire him? Even so what top line coach (the coaches we have here now don't qualify as top line) in his right mind would want to work for this outfit?
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Joined: December 8th, 2008, 2:25 am

November 6th, 2017, 10:19 pm #3

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
Maybe Cleveland will panic and fire Hue Jackson.

Maybe somebody told Mikey Jeff Fisher was still alive. Jeff has experience with impotent offenses.

Is Chip Kelley still alive?

Is Tommy Tubberville still alive? wretch-hurl-ralph-toss.....

Oh wait. I got it...... Ken Zampese!!!

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Joined: March 7th, 2003, 1:04 am

December 17th, 2017, 9:30 pm #4

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
mike effin clown names himself next pilot of the Hindenburg.Perfect choice
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Joined: July 31st, 2001, 1:20 pm

December 18th, 2017, 7:17 pm #5

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
Is apathy at its all time high? Darren Simmons. Special tea as coach is your next HC. How Mikeyesque. Seriously though interest is at an all time low.
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Joined: December 16th, 2003, 4:17 am

December 18th, 2017, 8:49 pm #6

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
You know who would be perfect? Mike Smith.

Except here's the problem: just like Marvin, the point of hiring him would be to get to respectability, THEN fire him after 2-3 years to bring in the cleanup guy. But Mikey would instead go "what a pliable non-offensive man, I think I'll let him coach the team from now until eternity..."

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Joined: March 7th, 2003, 1:04 am

December 18th, 2017, 8:56 pm #7

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
Brian Kelly or Butch Jones,could come in immediately and get the clown a sweet discount on rent for UC’s practice bubble
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Joined: November 25th, 2007, 12:30 am

December 18th, 2017, 11:20 pm #8

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
Qualities for the perfect candidate:

- Experience working for Mom & Pop organizations as a head coach with history of success in that environment.

- Prior success as a coordinator.

- Ability to work under conditions of careful financial managment.

- Commands respect from players and coaches under adverse circumstances, such as working for a franchise that is not looked at highly around the league.

- Willingness to cede authority to owner-GM that is normally reserved for the head coach.

- Ability to work with high-profile players that are considered to be "character risks" and accept limited disciplinary authority in dealing with said players.

- Willing to accept financial compensation that rests on the low-end of the league scale.


In short, the perfect candidate is...

Marvin Lewis
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" Bell-cow quarterbacks are like queen bees. Only one can take you to the land of milk and honey."
~ What Mike Brown never quite said, but should have.
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Joined: February 12th, 2011, 2:24 am

December 19th, 2017, 5:23 pm #9

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
Let's go the other way with this - if giggles were that good don't you think he would have already left? Wouldn't he have gotten offers a few years back a lot more lucrative than what he has now? The bottom line is giggles is a DC primarily and I'm not sure how he do in the FO.

Looking at it another way - why would any coach that's any good want to stay and work for mikey the way he is? Tightwad and a history of poor draft picks. I'd stay 3 years and once I got the lay of the land - hasta la vista.
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Joined: October 26th, 2004, 1:36 pm

December 19th, 2017, 11:11 pm #10

Let’s hear everybody 2 cents here.Im guessing it’s going to be Anderson,lol.Maybe Pauline Gunther,you know the clown will never look outside of this sad sack organization again.......Lumina
Psycho has laid it out:

Qualities for the perfect candidate:

- Experience working for Mom & Pop organizations as a head coach with history of success in that environment.

- Prior success as a coordinator.

- Ability to work under conditions of careful financial managment.

- Commands respect from players and coaches under adverse circumstances, such as working for a franchise that is not looked at highly around the league.

- Willingness to cede authority to owner-GM that is normally reserved for the head coach.

- Ability to work with high-profile players that are considered to be "character risks" and accept limited disciplinary authority in dealing with said players.

- Willing to accept financial compensation that rests on the low-end of the league scale.


In short, the perfect candidate is...

One minor change as this gentleman admittedly has no head coaching experience (much cheapness):

http://bit.ly/2B1m4BG
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