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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by DamnGoat View Post
    I seriously doubt that Gruden or Cowher are a realistic option and I really don't want them to be either.
    I agree with this as well.

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    Mike Holmgren,Andy Ried,or Brian Billick are my picks.

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    I like Billick, both Grudens, Arians, Clements, and Mccoy

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    I guess Mike McCoy worked with both Cutler and Marshall!!!!!!!!!1

    Chicago Cubs, Bears, Bulls, Oregon Ducks!

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    Show currently airing on CSN saying Brian Kelly and Nick Saban high on Emery's list and that O'Brien is trying to get the buyout eliminated from his PSU deal because they lied to him about having no NCAA sanctions.

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    Ugh, I'm gonna be SO pissed if we hire a defensive oriented HC. SO pissed. Unfortunately, this would be such a typical Chicago Bears move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kozelkid View Post
    Ugh, I'm gonna be SO pissed if we hire a defensive oriented HC. SO pissed. Unfortunately, this would be such a typical Chicago Bears move.
    why do I keep reading **** like this?

    Whats typical any more with this team?

    Bears wont fire Jerry Angelo.

    Bears wont go after Brandon Marshall

    Bears wont fire Lovie Smith because they wont want to pay the last year of his deal.

    bla bla bla.

    There is no such thing as typical with this bears team.

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    Doesnt anyone remember what Nick Saban did to the dolphins?!!! If he becomes the new coach we are screwed.

    Nick Saban record as an NFL Coach 15-17 D:
    After only 2 season with the dolphins he quit and went to Alabama.
    Last edited by sdrobert; 12-31-2012 at 02:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdrobert View Post
    Mike Holmgren,Andy Ried,or Brian Billick are my picks.
    Mike holmgren is the president of the browns...


    Anyway LOOK at this. Look at what it says under positions
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Holmgren

    Lmao



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    Quote Originally Posted by Badluck33 View Post
    why do I keep reading **** like this?

    Whats typical any more with this team?

    Bears wont fire Jerry Angelo.

    Bears wont go after Brandon Marshall

    Bears wont fire Lovie Smith because they wont want to pay the last year of his deal.

    bla bla bla.

    There is no such thing as typical with this bears team.
    And where have ANY of those moves got us with our offensive struggles?

    You want typical Chicago Bears move? Here goes. Moves where at best, we make half-*** adjustments at the offensive side of the ball. Trading for Cutler was half-*** cause we made no effort to supply him with the proper weapons to succeed. Trading for Brandon Marshall was half-*** cause we had no proper system in place. Until this organization learns to put a consistent emphasis and effort on becoming a real offensive team, I see the same old Chicago Bears. Even with all the talent on offense, we still ranked as one of the worst offensive teams in the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebrez bears/ View Post
    Mike holmgren is the president of the browns...


    Anyway LOOK at this. Look at what it says under positions
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Holmgren

    Lmao
    Nice, but he's available; he isn't their president anymore.

    I like his offensive schemes and ideas; my only issue is his age and if he retired once, there is certainly a high possibility he'll do it again soon.

    I also don't think Emery is too keen on hiring a HC like Holmgren who will certainly demand a lot of power ala Lovie.

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    Too funny!!! HA HA HA HA



    Quote Originally Posted by mikebrez bears/ View Post
    Mike holmgren is the president of the browns...


    Anyway LOOK at this. Look at what it says under positions
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Holmgren

    Lmao

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    sorry to post this again but PLEASE DONT HIRE NICK SABAN OR BRIAN KELLY.

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    Didn't Holmgren re sign?

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    The funniest thing i will remember with love is when he always tells the fans that "Rex is our quarterback" lmao

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