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January 2, 2012 @ 4:25 pm
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Potential Coaching Candidates For Tampa Bay

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The Buccaneers have fired head coach Raheem Morris and begun their search for his replacement. Who are some of the prime candidates for the Tampa Bay head coaching job? PewterReport.com has a list of some possibilities.

The firing of head coach Raheem Morris on Monday following a 4-12 record for the 2011 season has created a vacancy in Tampa Bay for the ninth time in team history. With the firing of not just Morris, who also served as the team’s defensive coordinator, but the entire coaching staff, the Buccaneers will be looking out for a new head coach and new offensive and defensive coordinators.

Although Buccaneers co-chairman Joel Glazer and general manager Mark Dominik both said that there is no specific criteria for the new head coach to meet, such as experience or a proficiency for offense or defense, it would seem as though Tampa Bay would want to stay away from younger coordinators without head coaching experience as that is what Morris was prior to his hiring in 2009.

Glazer said there is no timetable to begin the search and that they have not reached out to potential candidates yet.

The league buzz is that former Tampa Bay head coach Jon Gruden and former Pittsburgh head coach Bill Cowher will stick to their NFL commentator roles on television rather than returning to coaching in 2012, as will former Bucs and Colts head coach Tony Dungy, who is a commentator on NBC. Cowher reportedly has his sights set on the New York Giants job, but with the Giants winning the NFC East division and making the playoffs, it appears he will have to wait and continue to work for CBS.

Gruden, who works for ESPN’s Monday Night Football, has adamantly said he would remain in the commentator’s chair, but if Jason Garrett is let go by Dallas, expect Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to make a strong push in Gruden’s direction.

Former Tennessee head coach Jeff Fisher, 53, is the remaining “A” list coaching candidate out there, but reports from NFL Network and elsewhere that suggest that he would prefer the jobs in San Diego, where Norv Turner is expected to be fired, or in St. Louis where Steve Spagnuolo was fired on Monday. Fisher is a Culver City, California native and played football at USC.


The problem for the Buccaneers is that there are currently four teams – Jacksonville, St. Louis, Kansas City and Miami – in addition to Tampa Bay that also have head coaching vacancies. The Chiefs are expected to name interim head coach Romeo Crennel as the full-time head coach soon. Jacksonville is considering either keeping interim head coach and defensive coordinator Mel Tucker or going a different route.

San Diego and Dallas are teams that could still have some coaching changes, and with Philadelphia not making the playoffs after an 8-8 season despite a flurry of big-name free agent signings this past offseason, head coach Andy Reid has come under fire.

If the Bucs can’t land Fisher, here is a list of coaching candidates that could be viable replacements for Morris:

Atlanta offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey
Mularkey, a former NFL tight end for the Vikings and Steelers, got his NFL coaching start in Tampa Bay under Sam Wyche in 1994 as the Bucs’ tight end coach from 1994-95. Mularkey, who has been the Falcons offensive coordinator for the past four seasons, has already been approached by Jacksonville about the opening because Jaguars G.M. Gene Smith knew the 50-year old Mularkey from their time together in Atlanta. Mularkey, who was a head coach in Buffalo from 2004-05 where he compiled a 14-18 record, played collegiately at the University of Florida.

Carolina offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski
Chudzinski has been drawing rave reviews around the league for his work with Panthers rookie quarterback Cam Newton. The 43-year old Chudzinski, who was a tight end at the University of Miami, coached tight ends at his alma mater (1996-2000), Cleveland (2004) and San Diego (2005-06, 2009-10), while serving as the offensive coordinator at Miami (2001-03), Cleveland (2007-08) and Carolina (2011). He has also drawn interest from Jacksonville.

Former Green Bay and Texas A&M head coach Mike Sherman
Sherman was 57-39 with a 2-4 mark in the postseason as Green Bay’s head coach from 2000-05. The 57-year old Sherman has spent the last four years as the head coach at Texas A&M before being fired this season. He is an offensive-minded head coach and served as the Houston Texans offensive coordinator from 2006-07.

San Diego head coach Norv Turner
The 59-year old Turner is expected to be fired from the Chargers where he has coached since 2007, compiling a 48-31 record, including three straight first-place finishes (2007-09) and two second-place finishes (2010-11). Turner was also a head coach in Oakland where he posted a 9-23 record (2004-05) and in Washington, where he had a 49-59-1 record (1994-2000). Turner is regarded as one of the best offensive minds in the game.

Former New York Jets and Kansas City head coach Herman Edwards
Edwards was on Tony Dungy’s original Tampa Bay coaching staff from 1996-2000 where he served as the defensive backs coach. Edwards, 57, has a history with the Glazers and general manager Mark Dominik and has experience running a 4-3 Tampa 2-style defense, which the Bucs roster is stocked full of players that have a familiarity with that scheme. Edwards went 39-41 from 2001-05 with the Jets, including a 2-3 record in the postseason. He went 15-33 in three seasons with the Chiefs from 2006-08.

Other veteran candidates with head coaching experience include: Scott Linehan (Detroit offensive coordinator), Kevin Gilbride (New York Giants offensive coordinator), Marty Mornhinweg (Philadelphia offensive coordinator), Cam Cameron (Baltimore offensive coordinator), Dom Capers (Green Bay defensive coordinator), Richard Jauron (Cleveland defensive coordinator), Mike Noland (Miami defensive coordinator), Jim Haslett (Washington defensive coordinator) and Gregg Williams (New Orleans defensive coordinator).

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    Not that it matters, but I think Rod Marinelli would be the top of my list. The D players on the team fit the system he would coach and he could get them to stop the run, or get new players that can. The Bucs lost becasue they didn't stop the run. Fix that and get a decent OC to go with Rod and they would be much better. Do I think the G"Losers" will hire him...no, they will pick someone crap, because they don't intend to spend any money this year yet again and so they will hire someone desperate with no b@lls, or credibility. I like Herm Edwards ok too, as he has the disciplinary skills needed by this team at this point.
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    What about Joe Pa? :)
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    Rich Bisaccia. Period. I said it. Duemig said it as well (he also indicated LaCanfora was reporting Fisher was likely to go to the Rams with Mike Sherman coming here). I don't particularly want Mike Sherman. I'd LOVE to see Rich Bisaccia here (he already knows at least half the team and has been coaching the youngest players season after season for decades PLUS he's high energy and the players would respect him).
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    PR Scott Reynolds: Please look into, comment on and/or reach out to whomever (assuming you agree) on RICH BISACCIA before we hire Mike Sherman! -- Also, unrelated.... since the format switch, the timestamps of the posts have been WAY out of whack (looks like GMT Time is being reported - probably a server setting?).
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    Norv's officially safe, which means that Fisher probably chooses St. Louis over us. *groans*
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    We need to hire Herman Edwards!
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    Not that it will happen, but if we hired Lane Kiffin or Saban, I'd have to walk away.
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    I know this may piss alot of people off but what about Rob Ryan? The man seems to know how to run a defense and doesnt seem to take a lot of s**t. I am not sure if he is the right guy but just a thought?
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    If you're going to put Gruden's hat in the ring, then my first choice is Bart Simpson!
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    Glazers swallow your pride and rehire Gruden. If not then Marinelli
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    lousosh, that's funny; ha ha.
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    I'm not too excited about anyone on the list as the new HC. As for coordinators, there are some good coaches on the list. Regarding Cowher, I don't think it's even close to happening nor should it. He would generate some good buzz and increase ticket sales but I don't see it working out. He's more suited for taking over a contending team and pushing them over the top. I don't think he'll have the patience or desire to build over the long term, he's already done that in his coaching career. He's probably looking for a much different situation than what we have here. The other factor is the 3-4 defensive scheme he would likely use. The Bucs have used two first and two second round picks on the defensive line in the past two years. How well do those players fit the scheme? As for Fisher, he would make more sense, but he has a history of mediocrity. The only other option may be hiring a coach unproven as a head coach but a good history as a coordinator. That won't excite the fan base, but it might be the only chance at having long term success, much like the Dungy hire.
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    I actually love the thought of bringing in Bisaccia for an interview I believe someone mentioned him. If nothing else it shows a little allegiance to the guy who was a tremendous coach for our team for a substantial period of time. When he left we might as well have had raheem coach the Special teams as well. He was pretty upset at not getting a shot at the HC gig after Chucky was fired. I like the idea of interviewing the Kiffin family, but I don't think they want to give up the chance to win a championship with all the hype USC is getting for next season. I don't know Tressel would be a good fit as our team, like Ohio State, lack discipline and he was not the guy to keep them under control. I like bringing in some of these Ex head coaches to interview for our coordinator positions. Del Rio is the man for our defense hands down, Norv Turner for OC, and an intimidating HC like Fisher. Egos might get in the way seeing as how they all used to be HCes themselves.
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    Except for the parting shot I like your list and your approach Scubog. I would add to it a coach that understands how to win in the modern day NFL and how to get the most out of practice by today's requirements. No pads. Having a good friend that understands how to incorporate modern training techniques wouldn't hurt.
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    Fisher would be ok. Bring in Chudzinski. Just because Raheem couldn't get it done, doesn't mean another young head coach can't get it done. I like what he's done with Cam Newton and that offense. Maybe we can get Del Rio for the defense and we are in not bad shape for coaching. But we really need better players. No amount of coaching is going to change our talent. Cornerback, Linebacker, Speedy running back, and speedy receiver in that order. Do what you can in free agency to fix our second string. I thought Millard and the other line coach was going to help our linemen but to no avail. The linemen and linebackers don't seem to recognize the run and plug the holes. This is a big problem in just recognition. You know on 1st down and 2nd down you should be playing the run but we don't recognize it. Third and long most teams throw screeens or draws and I don't know how many times we didn't sniff it out this year. I think we have some really good talent on the line, but they must be stupid or being manhandled. Probably both. Just depressing.
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    For the poster who suggested that Cowher wouldn't come here because this is a small market; my hometown Pittsburgh is a lot smaller than Tampa. As I recall, Cowher coached there. Oh my I hate reading some the names of the potential coaching candidates. They are names we all recognize but in reality know very little about them. I know this, I hope the Glazers look past the names Edwards and Turner. Instead of names, let's look at what the potential hire has have on his resume'. 1.) Take charge demeanor and passion to take on all challenges 2.) Willingness and self-confidence to hire strong DC and OC, let them do their jobs and have input into the type of players needed to execute their schemes. 3.) Able to excite the fan base; not as a Rex Ryan type, but a man who can simply say, "I got this" and be believed. 4.) Able to get along with the media. 5.) Truthful with players. 6.) Have a plan and stick to it. 7.) Have an eye for talent. 8.) Ability and willingness to develop players so they don't regress in year two. 9.) Be able to make use out of the skills of the entire roster so each can contribute. 10.) Not be afraid to demand the tools from management. Oh yes, I almost forgot, Willing to work cheap.
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    Scubog, Okay I'll take the job.
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    Only the dumbest and most desperate would seriously consider coaching this team. We have the youngest roster, set to get younger, and compete in the toughest division in professional football. We have a few players who can compete at this level, but they are now handicapped with a whole new system and a whole new coaching staff. We are starting all over from square one. We are at least three years away from any chance at a winning season. 2012 will be wasted on the new coaches finding out who's worth keeping, since nobody qualifies from 2011.
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    1sparkybuc, I am almost 66 and can't remember what I did yesterday so I am a perfect fit. Oh wait a minute I do remember, I didn't do anything.
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    Glazer's need to open that wallet (I know - not likely). 1. Cowher 2. Fisher (PFT reports he is Fins #1 choice) College coaches worth a look: 1. Saban 2. Kelly 3. Stoops (Notice Tressel is not on this list) Looking back - perhaps Gruden's release was a huge mistake. Wonder what it would cost the Glazers' to get him to return? Old 'Chucky' gets the last laugh. The Bucs are lost in the middle of a rebuilding project & we need a first class architect to turn this around. With so many holes to fill - where do the Bucs start with the 5th pick? I know - save that for another night.
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    I love the 5 coaching possibilities in Mike Mularkey,Rob Chudzinski;Mike Sherman,Norv Turner and Herman Edwards. But the coach I wish would return to the Bucs was Herman Edwards. He was great while in Tampa. And I believe He would be another Fan favorite and the players would get on board with him Plus I believe Ron Barber would come back for another year. And I believe I would believe in Coach Edwards. He should had never left. HE SHOULD BE THE COACH. from a die heart buc fan. GO TEAM
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    I don't think you need to be sleeping with someone to know something.Reporters get paid to find things out and when alot of them are saying the same thing you tend to believe it.You know where theres smoke theres fire. Yes since they are still out there you should still ask but i wouldn't get my hopes up but you never do know.All of a sudden mike mularkey name keeps coming up which pittsburgh was going to fire before buffalo was stupid enough to hire him before they did that.again as a coordinator maybe not a head coach.yes as a true fan you will still be a fan no matter what happens but i want someone that i can really get behind and be proud to say so and so is our coach and he will fix this and i just don't think mularkey gives me that confidence but if they did hire him oh well im still a bucs fan to the end.
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    It cracks me up when fans say this, or that coach doesn't want to, or won't come to Tampa. Unless you're sleeping with the man, you really don't know what they're thinking,or will do, how could you? Fisher is instant credibility, but what makes guys like Mularkey,and Chudinski appealing is they already know the NFC south, including what our weakness is on defense since they game plan against us twice a year. I'm just glad the Raheem nightmare is over, and we should all try to support what ever coach comes in, he's going to need it. Good luck with the search,and go BUCS!!
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    I am not a fan of that list...
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    my list is the best i heard by far mike mularkey,mike sherman,norv turner REALLY?Now that list is abunch of mularkey to say the least.norv tuner as a OC thats it !
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    Gruden is available, lol
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    I like Bill Cowher,Jeff Fisher,Brian Billick,Eric Mangini,and yes if worse came to worse Herm Edwards these are all men that would take the bull by the horns and not take any crap.Cowher is probaly a no because he wants the giants job.fisher is a good coach was at tennessee along time plus was on the rules committee .billick and mangini when i hear them talk i like what they have to say.and herm a bucs ex coach who tells it like it is.all good choices in my book.on the fantasy side of it how about john lynch head coach,warren sapp DC, ronde barber defensive back coach,mike alstott running back coach,derrick brooks linebackers coach and find hardy nickerson a job.Now that would be awesome talk about a bunch of winners.They all bleed buccaneer colors.GO BUCS !!!!
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    I agree with pinkstob, the Bucs should look to the college ranks for a coach that knows how to relate to these young players. How about that guy from USC? I think his Daddy might come back with him to run the defense again...
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    R you crazy? Bounces around like a groupie.
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    Maybe we could lure Rich Bisaccia back as HC? Don't know exactly how the contract he signed with SD is configured, but I think he'd be a good fit. Generally speaking, I'm also of the mindset that a "big name" coach simply isn't coming here. It doesn't matter, either way, as Morris was NOT the answer. I think most of us gave him a shot, the players liked him, but "like" doesn't make a good team. Discipline, desire and will make a good team. I think Bisaccia would bring this (as would others), and could avoid being everybody's buddy in the process.
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    Yeah, that Clemson one was a mistake. I was talking on the phone with a friend of mine while typing and he was talking about ACC teams. The rest of the teams I mentioned we should take a strong look at. I would throw in Stanford's HC since he just won coach of the year, but he's only been there 1 year and I want to see a larger body of work.
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    Could anyone tell me if JOHN and JIM HARBAUGH has just one more brother ? If they do, HIRE HIM, GLAZ. FAMILY
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    By the way there is no one particular poster I'm calling out here. My response is based on the comments I'm reading in general.
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    Hey I understand everyone complaining about Morris and wanting him gone. I do. What I don't understand is the same people complaining about his potential replacements. I wanted to give Morris one more year in part because I don't like any of the available experienced coaches. I don't count Cowher and Fisher as available because they don't want to come here. Everyone that wanted him gone (including the Glazers...no, especially the Glazers) should have already had in mind a better replacement that has a good shot at taking the job once it's offered to them. What bothers me is some people didn't seem to think past the part of just getting rid of Morris.
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    Pinkstob I know you really liked Morris but what is wishywashy about not wanting the debacle to continue? It's not like we had an unfortunate run and then we stabilized. It's still getting worse. Listening to the radio today and caught some good tidbits that really shows what this is all about. Players were being asked their thoughts on the decision as they were leaving One Buc and they were getting angry at the media for asking them questions!?! What? You were part of one of the worst seasons in the entire franchise history and you want to blame everyone else? Incredible. Yes we have one of the least talented rosters in the league but there is no excuse for club med atmosphere at One Buc. The only way to preventing from poisoning the few good seeds left here is to bring in a different mindset immediately. Terrible work ethic terrible game plans and terrible player mgmt doomed us. That falls on everyone especially the coaching staff. Are you not sickened when you hear that no one was putting in the time at One Buc? Inexcusable for me.
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    Clemson? Seriously? Dabo? Come on man. He's nothing but a cheerleader in a cheap sweat shirt. He would make as good an NFL coach as I would. He's a freakin' goofball and would get absolutely no respect. He makes Rex Ryan look like Belichik.
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    Morris is fired a few hours and already everyone realizes there are no "experienced" coaches available that are worth a damn. Again, the Bucs fans are the wishy-washiest fans in the league. PR warned you that Cowher and Fisher didn't want to come here before the fans insisted Morris be fired. I think Fisher is of equal value to Morris (except he's not coming here) so my top choice of the ones listed would be Rob Chudzinski. He's the only one on the list who hasn't proved already that he sucks. I say we forget everyone on this list and get a college HC to take the job as the Bucs coach. A few that come to mind are the HC of Rutgers, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Clemson or TCU.
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    Pinstop, I would take you or any poster on this site than Morris because we have already seen enough that he failed as the HC and DC. I guess I have to say this again; most points scored on ever for a Buc Team (Morris was the DC) and2nd longest losing streak for a Buc team (Morris was the HC). The posters are responding to an Article about future coaches; it's time to let "youngry" go.
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    Horse, lol don't you remember last week. Morris will be fired because the Fans Forced the Glazers Hand. Well the Fans will always be wrong if they state any different view . Some people will always be the kind that look down on people because they THINK they are so high class. Know what I mean??
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    Almost threw up in my mouth when I see names like Sherman and Schotty. Absolutely terrible. Two good options that have been mentiioned here would make a lot of sense. Marty Morningwhig OC of a consistently creative and agressive Eagles offense that utiliIzes big arm QB which we have. Pair him with tough nose disciplinarian at DC like a Del Rio. It's a lot of leadership with experience at the right levels for our young team. The other which is a true dark horse is the QB coach of GB who developed Favre Rodgers and Flynn. Del Rio would pair here as well and having reputation of being tough and knowledge of running a disciplined team. We can get creative but please no retreads who have shown nothing in their career.
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    I would like to to see spagnuolo as dc with haley as oc. Head coach could be someone like edwards or someone who's a great leader. Morris would have been perfect. To bad we fired him.
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    !st choice is probably Fisher. But, Billick reuniting with Del Rio as DC would be a formidable, seasoned and respected choice.
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    Outside of Fisher none of the name coaches are upgrades over Morris I'm sorry but all were fired because they couldn't handle young teams and the others have never been HCs which means we will be at the same point in 3 years anyways.
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    if the hire is mularkey or sherman should have kept rah then same with turner. how about marty shottenheimer, without son brian, he is the best of the retreads. every name on your list pretty much sucks except for edwards or fisher.cam cameron you are kidding we are looking for improvement, linehan whoa makes me want to by season tickets just kidding, between the bucs sucking and the no fun leagues stupid *censored* rules i might save time and money and move on from football
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    Anyone on the GBP staff worth takin a look at ?
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    Blazers will likely bring over a coach from Manchester United's futbol team
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    A HC that is OC is key to take advantage of solid O line and need to develop Freeman - plus put in a scheme that uses more than dump off passes to running backs. I like Chudizinski or Mularkey. And I keep plugging Jack Del Rio for new DC. Jax was always a brutally physical team. And we would be the only team in NFC South that plays D. Some of these older HC's look like retreads - look at Shanahan in Wash, he's been horrible, Norv Turner has done nothing, Jeff Fisher has one Super Bowl run in 50 years with TN, Mike Sherman had Favre and GB took off after he left - what makes everyone think they will be better here?
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    Before everyone falls in love with Fisher, lets ask ourselves how many championships he has won. ZERO. Please lets not annoint him the next Lombardi. As far as Mr. "You Play To Win The Game" he was the absolute worst at clock management. The worst. Let's allow Edwards to B.S. everyone in T.V. land. Get Cowher at all costs. If he is going to spend the rest of his life waiting for Coughlin to slip on a banana peel, we should try and intercept O'Brien before he gets the Penn State job. Although New England coaches do not excel on their own, this guy seems to understand what it takes to win. Then we hire Del Rio for the D.C. job and we'll have our foundation. Prediction: Raheem goes to the Steelers with his tail between his legs and with the over/under for arrests this off-season being three, take the over.
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    Slim pickens,IMO Fisher is over rated, Norv Turner as a OC at best and Herm Edwards, no way. The Glazers have a bad reputation as cheap, will be hard to get any good coach to come here! We will have to take what comes and that does not look good.
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    It doesn't matter what we think; so I am not going to waste my time on this one.
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    If there still is the chance that the Bucs end up in Los Angeles(Who really knows what the Glazers are up to),maybe Fisher will take the job...That way he plays a few seasons in Tampa and then moves with the team to Los Angeles.. The Los Angeles Buccaneers could be reborn....
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    fisher or DC gregg williams would be nice, i wish both ^^ the others have all a negative record....
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    Time to think outside the box a little, one guy that deserves an interview and a dark horse candidate for a HC job, is packers QB coach Tom Clements. Also the pack OC Joe Philbin, but his age and non wow factor may not get him hired, either of these guys would be a great fit I think. Also of course Fischer, he had Steve Mcnair and Freeman is talent wise/playing style very similar to him. He always has a good defensive line and secondary and we have talent on the line. Either way some excitement to the fan base is needed, but not necessarily needed in the sense of loud/bold coach. Fans want a HC that demands respect from the players not trying to be their best friend, accountability and consistency are what we lack the most.
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    Jimmie Johnson? Really? Not in a million years. This market is too small for Cowher and he'd probably want Dom fired as well (which he still could be). Honestly, Tampa is a small market, has a very, very young team and isn't that attractive to a coach of any quality, so we're going to be stuck with a younger coach with limited or no experience or a oddball signing of a recently disgraced coach with experience. It is what it is. If we bring genuine leadership in (Herm Edwards, for instance, qualifies) and decent coordinators and assistants, jettison the players who aren't panning out (Black, etc) and bring in vets (which we HAVE to) in order to show the youngsters the way and provide some ON FIELD leadership, we'll be competitive.
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    Any votes for Chip Kelly? The university of Oregon Head football coach?
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    Morris was not a "young coordinator" when he was given the head coaching job unless you're considering the title change to defensive coordinator that offseason.
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    How about Jay Gruden if not Chudzinski? Or has the Gruden bridge forever been burned?
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    What about Mark Treshman, O.C. with the 49ers,and Oak, won last 2 CFL titles as H.C..
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    Why does PR keep saying the bucs will not hire a coordinator without any HC experience because that is what Morris was? No, Morris was not a Pro coordinator. He was a position coach with one year as a DC in college. I like the idea of hiring a successful Pro coordinator whether or not he had HC experience. I like Chudzinski. If we don't get him, at least whoever we get will not be as bad as Raheem was over the last 10 weeks of this season.
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    It's rumored that Jim Tressel will be interviewed.
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    Maybe Chudzinski for an interview. The rest of this list is horrible. No better than Morris. Dominic should be gone too if Morris had to go.
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    All of the options suck... I would think if we had the right price we could get a Cower or Fisher.
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    Not a lot to choose from...at all. Billick? Jimmie Johnson?
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    Wow, these choices look awful....be careful what you wish for, you just might get it....
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    No mention of Billick....is that by design or oversight?
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    New Orleans has had a terrible defense, I have to ask WHY is Gregg Williams being mentioned?
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