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Potential 2019 Head coaches for the Browns

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

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  1. Amherstcavsfan

    Amherstcavsfan Duh

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    That was mostly Roman.

    When he has Smith, it was much more traditional, boring and old tyme
     
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    The Voice Best in the World

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  3. The Voice

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    Someone debunks something you say and just got back to a few years earlier to show how the game has passed him by.
     
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    AZ_ Hall-of-Famer

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  5. Amherstcavsfan

    Amherstcavsfan Duh

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    Ok? And?

    Harbaugh has run the same offense at Stanford and Michigan.

    Why should I credit him with running what they ran in SF?
     
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  6. Ohio

    Ohio DAWG CHECK

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    How can anyone that has watched Harbaugh at Michigan honestly be interested in him as a coach? His offense is archaic, vanilla and just generally shitty. The only good part about that program is their defense, which Jim Harbaugh has zero involvement with.

    Dude's career was made by Andrew Luck being a generational College QB and Kaep's legs.

    He's not a good coach, at all. And he's a douche. I can't think of a worse fit for the Browns & for Baker.
     
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  7. MGMT

    MGMT NBA Starter

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    For some reason, fans — whom are impartial and have no investment in Harbaugh — literally refuse to believe that he just isn’t that good of a coach and it’s bewildering to me.

    Like, people just wont let go of the super bowl birth; but no one cares that he isn’t the only coach in the big 10 who’s accomplished that.

    Shit blows my mind. Guy is going to keep churning out 9-3/8-4 seasons and the masses will continue to apologize for him.
     
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  8. AZ_

    AZ_ Hall-of-Famer

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    Would be super excited for Baker to start handing off to Dan Vitale more.

    SPIKE LOVES POWER-I!
     
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    selby56 Sixth Man

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    Dude is such a fucking weirdo.
     
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  12. TopGun

    TopGun I was inverted.

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    Ah yes, the most outspoken guy against him played a whole two games, a combined 5 carries for 7 yards, and definitely doesn't hold any kind of grudge for any reason.

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  13. Randolphkeys

    Randolphkeys Admittedly Pompous Staff Member Administrator

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    I was a Harbaugh supporter when he was coaching at Stanford and thought his career was going places. Then one of his own former assistant coaches told me a few stories. He has a short shelf life running a program for a reason. Eventually the players see through bullshit. BTW if his preachy Twitter seemed weird, he became devoutly Christian after his coaching stint in San Diego ended, mostly because he got caught cheating multiple times by his first wife. He is good enough to be a coach but I don't want him anywhere near the Browns.
     
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    Can anyone explain why Arians wants to coach the Browns so much?

    Its like one of the hottest girls in school comes out and says she wants to go to prom with you. Sure you say yes, but part of you has to ask why me.

    And this is not just recent, he has wanted to coach the Browns for years.

    Edit: Does it have to do with him being the OC that took us the playoffs here in 2002 and loves the fans?
     
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    thedarkness2332 The Official Ass-Slap Guy

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    Yep. He identified with the fans, and absolutely wants to be the guy to lead them back to dominance.
     
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