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    Chargers hire Brandon Staley as HC


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    Guess Staley will not be flying to Philly for his schedule interview on Monday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobe1016 View Post
    Guess Staley will not be flying to Philly for his schedule interview on Monday
    Indeed

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    Damn lol

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    I got an update that said Staley hired as Charger HC and I immediately thought it was Duce Staley.


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    Lmao, leave it to the Chargers. You have a promising rookie QB in a passing league, I know, let's hire an inexperienced DC with literally one year DC experience who prior to 2017 was coaching the likes of *checks notes* Hutchinson Community College, JMU, and John Carroll University....

    There's a reason the Chargers never accomplish anything and it's because every time the universe lays out a logical path to stardom, they literally do whatever they can to go another direction. Like if I dropped a huge ****ing sign near a river of a lava saying "Bridge this way! Seriously, it's the only way out of this mess!" they'd be like "Hmmm... this is clearly a trick, so I should probably try to jump over the river!"

    For a team I genuinely like and root for, they are the most frustrating franchise in the entire ****ing league with how inept they are.

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    You never know in this league

    But chargers may, emphasis on may, have whiffed

    Brian daboll was the clear hire here imo. You have the weapons, you have the QB he literally couldíve just brought his offense there. They have the QB, WRs and TE in place to essentially do the same stuff

    Strange move imo

    But hey maybe he works out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by last stand View Post
    You never know in this league

    But chargers may, emphasis on may, have whiffed

    Brian daboll was the clear hire here imo. You have the weapons, you have the QB he literally couldíve just brought his offense there. They have the QB, WRs and TE in place to essentially do the same stuff

    Strange move imo

    But hey maybe he works out.
    They hired a Bills OC last time, and look how that turned out!

    Na, I'm just happy they didn't wait for Daboll like was reported. Hopefully he stays with Buffalo.
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    I'll eat a shoe if BB is still coaching in 5 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manbearchef View Post
    Lmao, leave it to the Chargers. You have a promising rookie QB in a passing league, I know, let's hire an inexperienced DC with literally one year DC experience who prior to 2017 was coaching the likes of *checks notes* Hutchinson Community College, JMU, and John Carroll University....

    There's a reason the Chargers never accomplish anything and it's because every time the universe lays out a logical path to stardom, they literally do whatever they can to go another direction. Like if I dropped a huge ****ing sign near a river of a lava saying "Bridge this way! Seriously, it's the only way out of this mess!" they'd be like "Hmmm... this is clearly a trick, so I should probably try to jump over the river!"

    For a team I genuinely like and root for, they are the most frustrating franchise in the entire ****ing league with how inept they are.
    They can fire every player, coach, and GM they want, but there is one common denominator. Spanos been running his franchise into the ground for years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by manbearchef View Post
    Lmao, leave it to the Chargers. You have a promising rookie QB in a passing league, I know, let's hire an inexperienced DC with literally one year DC experience who prior to 2017 was coaching the likes of *checks notes* Hutchinson Community College, JMU, and John Carroll University....

    There's a reason the Chargers never accomplish anything and it's because every time the universe lays out a logical path to stardom, they literally do whatever they can to go another direction. Like if I dropped a huge ****ing sign near a river of a lava saying "Bridge this way! Seriously, it's the only way out of this mess!" they'd be like "Hmmm... this is clearly a trick, so I should probably try to jump over the river!"

    For a team I genuinely like and root for, they are the most frustrating franchise in the entire ****ing league with how inept they are.
    Ummm.....thatís kinda the exact thing that happen with Tomlin. Not saying the guy will be Tomlin but to say it wonít work is presumptuous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Ummm.....thatís kinda the exact thing that happen with Tomlin. Not saying the guy will be Tomlin but to say it wonít work is presumptuous.


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    And Tomlin inherited a SB roster that had literally won the year before he took over. Tomlin is a good coach, but he'd have been fired a long time ago if he had inherited a roster similar to the Chargers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manbearchef View Post
    And Tomlin inherited a SB roster that had literally won the year before he took over. Tomlin is a good coach, but he'd have been fired a long time ago if he had inherited a roster similar to the Chargers.
    Must not know much about how the Rooney family operates huh?

    Also that Chargers roster isn't that bad as evidence by how many close losses they had that could be attributed to coaching issues.

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    Sucks that the most qualified people often aren't getting promotions since their teams are still playing.

    Daboll and EB probably don't get a HC job again as their teams are still playing.

    Or have to settle for less desirable jobs like the Eagles or Texans

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyubi256 View Post
    Sucks that the most qualified people often aren't getting promotions since their teams are still playing.

    Daboll and EB probably don't get a HC job again as their teams are still playing.

    Or have to settle for less desirable jobs like the Eagles or Texans.
    I don't get the allure of HC'ing a bad team, being fired, and ending your career vs winning multiple SBs as an OC.

    If I'm EB, I stick with Mahomes 8 more years and get a ring for each finger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manbearchef View Post
    I'll eat a shoe if BB is still coaching in 5 years.
    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    Sticking to traditions:

    IF Wentz is a Philadelphia Eagle in 2021, he will be the starter. If not, bye bye PSD, I'll leave.
    "Hater" is a term used by weak minded people in the face of legitimate criticism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullseyed View Post
    I don't get the allure of HC'ing a bad team, being fired, and ending your career vs winning multiple SBs as an OC.

    If I'm EB, I stick with Mahomes 8 more years and get a ring for each finger.
    I agree but if you can HC a promising team it is great. That's partly my post, he is losing out on these good opportunities like the Chargers because the Chiefs are so good.

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