No way Jay comes to Tampa with the family history. Lovie would be OK provided he leaves the offense alone and Tedford can devise an offense according to the roster's strengths. But Lovie did the opposite in Chicago. I also would prefer an offense-minded coach that has at an average defense. It's the way of the league now.
I get that, but doesnt it concern people that tedford is responsible for some of the worst qbs to enter the league, and only Rodgers, after sitting and being redeveloped, is the only one to do well?
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