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    Who should Shiela Ford consider to replace Bob Quinn

    Might as well start discussion...

    Iím hearing the colts assistant GM and some director guy for the Ravens.
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    Do any possible GMís have ties to the chiefs? Because ultimately Iíd like to get Eric Bieniemy as our head coach.
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    Bring in Deion

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    Tim Terry
    Joe Hortiz
    Ed Dodds
    Elliot Wolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by LionsFan..LOL View Post
    Tim Terry
    Joe Hortiz
    Ed Dodds
    Elliot Wolf
    Adam Peters, VP of player personnel, 49ers

    Eagles; Terry Fontenot, director of pro scouting

    just add these to the list
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    Ozzie Newsome

    Currently serves as a behind the scenes executive in their front office. I think you throw him all of the money and power to step back into a GM role for the Lions.

    Omar Khan

    Vice President of Football & Business Administration for Pittsburgh who most likely will take over for their GM Kevin Colbert as he is nearing retirement. Impressive stat is that they have collectively drafted and signed/extended 27 pro bowl players during his 18 seasons.

    I'd rather pick from Baltimore or Pittsburgh organizations for the replacement(s). It's becoming more and more prevalent that the success of the Patriots is directly tied to BB & TB, no one else. Everyone that comes from the organization crashes and burns upon departure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigers.6 View Post
    Ozzie Newsome

    Currently serves as a behind the scenes executive in their front office. I think you throw him all of the money and power to step back into a GM role for the Lions.

    Omar Khan

    Vice President of Football & Business Administration for Pittsburgh who most likely will take over for their GM Kevin Colbert as he is nearing retirement. Impressive stat is that they have collectively drafted and signed/extended 27 pro bowl players during his 18 seasons.

    I'd rather pick from Baltimore or Pittsburgh organizations for the replacement(s). It's becoming more and more prevalent that the success of the Patriots is directly tied to BB & TB, no one else. Everyone that comes from the organization crashes and burns upon departure.
    Wow! Thatís a decent record. They drafted 27 pro-bowl players??? Yeah, I vote that guy. Give him the keys to everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionsfanfromsac View Post
    Wow! Thatís a decent record. They drafted 27 pro-bowl players??? Yeah, I vote that guy. Give him the keys to everything.
    haha not sure exactly who they all are but it sounded impressive. It was on Wikipedia so you know it's true ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigers.6 View Post
    Ozzie Newsome

    Currently serves as a behind the scenes executive in their front office. I think you throw him all of the money and power to step back into a GM role for the Lions.

    Omar Khan

    Vice President of Football & Business Administration for Pittsburgh who most likely will take over for their GM Kevin Colbert as he is nearing retirement. Impressive stat is that they have collectively drafted and signed/extended 27 pro bowl players during his 18 seasons.

    I'd rather pick from Baltimore or Pittsburgh organizations for the replacement(s). It's becoming more and more prevalent that the success of the Patriots is directly tied to BB & TB, no one else. Everyone that comes from the organization crashes and burns upon departure.
    And even BB isn't very good at drafting, at least recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LionsFan..LOL View Post
    And even BB isn't very good at drafting, at least recently.
    They will forever give him credit for that one 6th round pick
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    if the Pats tree doesn't work, might as well go the Chiefs tree next

    Mike Borgonzi, and one could only assume we'd get Eric Bieniemy as HC, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionsfanfromsac View Post
    Do any possible GMís have ties to the chiefs? Because ultimately Iíd like to get Eric Bieniemy as our head coach.
    I somehow skimmed that post lol, but there you go!

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    Need to replace boba boss too. Forget his name... But he's an accountant for the ford motor company, I think

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    Rod Wood. I think he was in charge of their real estate or something.

    Perfect guy to lead a football team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Rod Wood. I think he was in charge of their real estate or something.

    Perfect guy to lead a football team.
    mother ****er

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Rod Wood. I think he was in charge of their real estate or something.

    Perfect guy to lead a football team.
    hahahah nooo

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