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#30 : February 09, 2012, 09:08:32 PM

And if indeed that was the case.. i like the idea.

Contradicting my idea is some reports that Fraser is not the DC here, so right now I can't clear this up any further. Time will tell, but I think it is possible that's what could be in mind.

And if Raye is the Sr. Offensive Assistant, then well, maybe that means McNulty joins the team in 2013?

Again, I wish I could get someone to tell me more, but information at OBP is locked up tight right now.

Geez, Joel, just ask your brother! :p


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#31 : February 09, 2012, 09:09:45 PM

I think (emphasis on THINK here, as in this is only my speculation) that Bob Fraser may be the "official" DC with Davis being the man who mentors him into that role for the long term. That means Davis will be the main man on defense while Fraser matures into overall control of the defense.

Again, my speculation.

Why not do this the way normal sane people do ti and have Fraser be a position coach and learn under the DC or make him the assistant and Davis the DC? This is goofy as all get out.

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#32 : February 09, 2012, 09:10:07 PM

Bucs like to do things in an unorthodox ways - at least they did when Morris was appointed.....so it would be nice to see things run like a damn professional football team.

Once again, why would a legitimate DC/DC come to the Bucs if he has to report to so many layers (GM, HC, and now a "senior defensive assistant")?

Are the Jets and Patriots unorthodox? They have similar breakdowns. The Jets have a DC, Senior Defensive Assistant plus the Head Coach is a defensive guy of some serious repute.

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#33 : February 09, 2012, 09:12:34 PM

Why not do this the way normal sane people do ti and have Fraser be a position coach and learn under the DC or make him the assistant and Davis the DC? This is goofy as all get out.

If you're seriously training a guy under the leadership of a seasoned mentor, then you don't want him spending a bunch of time coaching a position. You want to give him the ability to spend as much time with the senior guy as he can. At least I would.

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#34 : February 09, 2012, 09:12:44 PM

Bucs like to do things in an unorthodox ways - at least they did when Morris was appointed.....so it would be nice to see things run like a damn professional football team.

Once again, why would a legitimate DC/DC come to the Bucs if he has to report to so many layers (GM, HC, and now a "senior defensive assistant")?

Are the Jets and Patriots unorthodox? They have similar breakdowns. The Jets have a DC, Senior Defensive Assistant plus the Head Coach is a defensive guy of some serious repute.

Those are guys with position coach titles in addition to their fake "Senior Assistant" type titles.

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#35 : February 09, 2012, 09:13:48 PM

Why not do this the way normal sane people do ti and have Fraser be a position coach and learn under the DC or make him the assistant and Davis the DC? This is goofy as all get out.

If you're seriously training a guy under the leadership of a seasoned mentor, then you don't want him spending a bunch of time coaching a position. You want to give him the ability to spend as much time with the senior guy as he can. At least I would.

again, plenty of teams make this work with a normal structure. If the guy you call the DC isn't ready to be a DC then don't give him a job. This isn't a training wheels organization -- or we shouldn't be.

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#36 : February 09, 2012, 09:14:02 PM

I can't believe anyone would take this as fact before it is. Haven't we learned any lessons?


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#37 : February 09, 2012, 09:15:05 PM

Ok, I give up. Thanks, everyone.

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#38 : February 09, 2012, 09:16:08 PM

I can't believe anyone would take this as fact before it is. Haven't we learned any lessons?


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#39 : February 09, 2012, 09:17:15 PM

Why not do this the way normal sane people do ti and have Fraser be a position coach and learn under the DC or make him the assistant and Davis the DC? This is goofy as all get out.

If you're seriously training a guy under the leadership of a seasoned mentor, then you don't want him spending a bunch of time coaching a position. You want to give him the ability to spend as much time with the senior guy as he can. At least I would.

again, plenty of teams make this work with a normal structure. If the guy you call the DC isn't ready to be a DC then don't give him a job. This isn't a training wheels organization -- or we shouldn't be.

The "Buccaneer Way"......I'm already getting fed up with this **CENSORED**.

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#40 : February 09, 2012, 09:17:44 PM

Stephen Holder on twitter is cracking me up.  The fact that the local media has been completely left out of this HC and staff coaching hiring process. Makes me think this is a message to the local media.  Any thoughts on this being normal in a regime change?

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#41 : February 09, 2012, 09:18:17 PM

Great hire ... regardless what his official title is.  His experience will help everyone involved on the defensive side.

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#42 : February 09, 2012, 09:19:31 PM

.but seriously, i've seen that done before  :P

which franchise?

no franchise.....Workplace.  ???


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#43 : February 09, 2012, 09:25:41 PM

The "Buccaneer Way"......I'm already getting fed up with this **CENSORED**.

Good. I hope they keep pissing you off more and more and more.

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#44 : February 09, 2012, 09:26:46 PM

Great hire ... regardless what his official title is.  His experience will help everyone involved on the defensive side.

Yeah, but apparently for some, having extra help and leadership and experience is a bad thing. Oh, and if you can't do everything exactly the same way as everyone else does it, then you might as well not do it.
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