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Potential 2019 Head coaches for the Browns

Discussion in 'Browns Talk' started by tristan+kyrie=$, Oct 26, 2018.

  1. AZ_

    AZ_ Hall-of-Famer

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    Pettine has been pretty good, man. They have been crushed with injuries on that side of the ball, though.
     
  2. Jack Brickman

    Jack Brickman Hall-of-Famer

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    I guess I just dislike hiring a guy because of his floor rather than his ceiling. You know what you're getting with McCarthy. A mediocre coach who isn't going to outperform his roster, and will make all the little time and adjustment mistakes we've seen for the past twenty years from all of our coaching hires. That's just underwhelming to me.
     
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  3. The Voice

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    How great has their ability to get him an o line been? How great of a running back do they have? Why are they trading Clinton dix already?
     
  4. Jack Brickman

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    Look, their teams have obviously not been assembled the best, but if you watch McCarthy's scheme, what stands out is that it's boring. There's not a lot of movement. It's very static and predictable. It's a scheme that's a decade past its prime and needs to be put out to pasture, and he'd likely bring something similar here and it would be equally out of touch with the modern NFL.

    Hard pass.
     
  5. Pick6

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    TIL watching the Packers offense is boring.
     
  6. Jack Brickman

    Jack Brickman Hall-of-Famer

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    It's not so much that the offense is boring but that the scheme is boring and predictable. Rodgers is an inherently exciting player, but that doesn't mean the scheme is great.
     
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    The Oi Ahhhh chachachacha

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    Mike Pettine was the Browns 8th choice and the Browns made him pay for his ticket to the interview and he had to treat them to lunch.

    In spite of all of this @Soda insisted he was a terrific hire and that Pettine’s usage of the phrase “bitch kitties” to describe defensive players wasn’t lame af.
     
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  8. Soda

    Soda Listen To The Kids!

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    I still think that Pettine, while being not a great HC, was better than Hue, Chud, and Shurmur. That makes him the best Browns coach since Mangenius! :chuckle:
     
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  9. The Oi

    The Oi Ahhhh chachachacha

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    7-4!!!!
     
  10. Jack Brickman

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    Well Hue is literally the worst Browns coach of all-time (and the worst in modern NFL history as well), so everyone is better than him.
     
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  11. Jack Brickman

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    Anyway, the question I would ask is this...

    Does anyone honestly think Mike McCarthy gets the most out of the guys playing for him?

    Because if you answer no like I did, why the fuck would we even consider it?
     
  12. AZ_

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    I’d say he gets the most out of guys like ARod, Adams, Jordy, Bahktiari, Lindsey, etc

    They’ve developed a ton of good talent over there on the offensive side of the ball.

    That’s going to translate anywhere.


    I’ll take that over the false illusions that someone else is going to meet the subjective goal of “getting the most out of players.”
     
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    I'd rather take the chance on someone fresh than go with someone who lost the respect of one of the greatest QBs of all-time. We need to hire someone to shepherd Mayfield's development, and is that really the guy who even Aaron Rodgers felt didn't get the most out of him or his teammates?
     
  14. Triple-S

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    I do love the idea of the Arians/Campbell combo.

    That's option A. to me at this point.
     
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    Matt Campbell is not going anywhere to be a coach in waiting nor should he.
     
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