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  • Washington Redskins

    2 3.28%
  • Tampa Bay Bucs

    7 11.48%
  • Detroit Lions

    29 47.54%
  • Minnesota Vikings

    3 4.92%
  • Houston Texans

    19 31.15%
  • Cleveland Browns

    1 1.64%
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    Which Job Opening is the most inviting?

    Of the 6 jobs available right now, which one do you think is most inviting and attractive if you were a potential head coach and why?
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    The Texans play in a mediocre division and, assuming he comes out, will draft Bridgewater at #1 and give them a true franchise QB.

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    Vikings is the one I would want if I could take one.

    Good line? Check
    HOF running back? Check
    Emerging WR? Check
    Plenty of you pieces on D? Check

    They could get Mack with the 8th pick, McCarron with their second rounder, bring Cassel back for one year.
    DO NOT TRUST YOUR PETS TO NEMACOLIN WOODLANDS KENNEL

    On 7/20/14 we took our Calla and Pebble for a stay while on vacation. On 7/21 Calla, who is diabetic, was given 10x her insulin dosage. She wasn't found until 12 hours after being overdosed. After a week and a half of suffering we made the tough decision to put her down because of brain damage and a lack of a quality of life. She was only 7 and her breed lives until their 20's. Over half of our beloved Calla's life was stolen from us.

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    I would say the Lions they have a lot of pieces in place they just need a good coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NateyB24 View Post
    I would say the Lions they have a lot of pieces in place they just need a good coach.
    Not sold on Stafford. I don't see 'it' in him.

    Still need a #2 WR.

    At least 1 LB.

    And they don't have a secondary.
    DO NOT TRUST YOUR PETS TO NEMACOLIN WOODLANDS KENNEL

    On 7/20/14 we took our Calla and Pebble for a stay while on vacation. On 7/21 Calla, who is diabetic, was given 10x her insulin dosage. She wasn't found until 12 hours after being overdosed. After a week and a half of suffering we made the tough decision to put her down because of brain damage and a lack of a quality of life. She was only 7 and her breed lives until their 20's. Over half of our beloved Calla's life was stolen from us.

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    Am I crazy to say the one I would take would be Tampa Bay? I have a future QB in Glennon, a stud at RB in Doug Martin, some solid WR's like Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams, and a defense with pieces like Revis, Lavonte David, Mark Barron, Dashon Goldson, and Adrian Clayborn.
    PSD's Sheldon Richardson!!!

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    1. Lions
    2. Texans
    3. Vikings
    4. Bucs
    5. Vikings
    6. Browns-Who the hell would take this job with how management goes through coaches on a yearly basis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccugrad1 View Post
    Am I crazy to say the one I would take would be Tampa Bay? I have a future QB in Glennon, a stud at RB in Doug Martin, some solid WR's like Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams, and a defense with pieces like Revis, Lavonte David, Mark Barron, Dashon Goldson, and Adrian Clayborn.
    IMO they overpaid for a lot of talent. In about 3 years it's going to be cap hell.
    DO NOT TRUST YOUR PETS TO NEMACOLIN WOODLANDS KENNEL

    On 7/20/14 we took our Calla and Pebble for a stay while on vacation. On 7/21 Calla, who is diabetic, was given 10x her insulin dosage. She wasn't found until 12 hours after being overdosed. After a week and a half of suffering we made the tough decision to put her down because of brain damage and a lack of a quality of life. She was only 7 and her breed lives until their 20's. Over half of our beloved Calla's life was stolen from us.

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    Detroit's team yet not sure I would want to live there.
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    "We have been watching and waiting, but I wouldn't say we intend to continue to do that. I think you watch and wait to try and assess a situation and act accordingly. It might involve more waiting. It might involve moving in one direction or another. We've done plenty of watching and waiting. If we can move in a particular direction, we might do that."

    Sandy Alderson: 2011.

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    Tampa Bay in my opinion is probably the least inviting one.

    I do like the Redskins situation right now, they have some very good pieces. I think in terms of "sex appeal", the Lions are what I would consider the most inviting. Solid QB, best WR in the league, explosive RB and some very good defensive pieces. It's a team that could build quickly with some right moves.
    'Cause my life is dope, and I do dope shi*

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    They all are actually ok except under no circumstance would I want near Cleveland.. that is a coaching death sentence. Chud was an awesome coach for them this year.. Cant believe he was canned

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    texans. talent is still there, not a great division, get to take a franchise qb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greet View Post
    Tampa Bay in my opinion is probably the least inviting one.

    I do like the Redskins situation right now, they have some very good pieces. I think in terms of "sex appeal", the Lions are what I would consider the most inviting. Solid QB, best WR in the league, explosive RB and some very good defensive pieces. It's a team that could build quickly with some right moves.
    I agree with the Lions being probably the most attractive pick because of their talent (with the Texans being next) but there is no stability working for the Redskins and Daniel Snyder. In the 15 years he has been there, this will be their 8th new coach and none of them have lasted longer than 4 seasons.

    It's just a misrun organization.

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    The Lions. Good quarterback, the best receiver in the game, good running back who can also catch, pretty good line + some talent on the defensive side as well.

    But I'd gladly take the Tampa Bay as well. I really like Glennon, and they're just a few steps away of being a top5 defense.

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    I don't know if I agree with you guys on Cleveland. It's a risk worth taking. They do have talent. The difference is that all the other teams have had some past relevance and success and their fans expect playoffs every year. If you turn Cleveland into a playoff team, you are basically a God among men in Cleveland. If you don't, then you're just another under appreciated Browns coach. Low risk, high reward.....
    'Cause my life is dope, and I do dope shi*

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