Cleveland must be piiiisssseeeedddd
They were ready to bet the Farm on Kelly and he said he wanted to go back to school. Whoops
Broncos be like:
Mmk, takes care of some of my checklist
It is great for me, because I am tired of all these run first and easy, wide open and far more short passes QBs and small and thin skills players (may include QB) that these track offenses (including fast and easy decisions) drown CFB in and fail in The NFL, after few to 5-seasons.
Just like the players they produce that fail in The NFL in droves, Chip Kelly when Head Coaching a NFL franchise with the needed skills players will fail and back in The NCAA FBS Division, in 3 -5-years.
The question really is what FBS program will he return to?
I know it is just wild guessing, but extremely interesting, like will Univ. of Oregon get him back?
They need a QB now...
if there was a dont care option id choose that one
Should be interesting to see how their O performs
I'll cut the guy some slack, he's gonna either have to adapt his offense or find a guy to run it (could take a year or two), so I won't be surprised by early stumbles. I didn't think Carroll would do as well when he took over Seattle, or that Harbaugh would do what he did so quickly with SF, so he'll get the benefit of the doubt in my eyes.
Brandon Coleman Watch
WR Rutgers University 6'6" 220 lbs
2011: Rec: 17 Yards: 552 Avg: 32.5 TD: 6
2012: Rec: 43 Yards: 718 Avg: 16.7 TD: 10
2013: Rec: 28 Yards: 403 Avg: 14.4 TD: 3
Plays with one of the worst QBs in college football...SMH
As a fan, I do like when my teams are bold and aggressive. I'd much rather go this route than the conventional retread option. Not to say coaches who fail or don't come up with the ultimate success in one place can't do it in another, but I just prefer my teams (in all sports) being bold.
TerminH1NK13Originally Posted by Sam Hinkie
I like this move. Dream Team 2013-14?
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