Supposedly Florio said on NBC that Schiano’s fate is undetermined as of now, seems to me he is not as safe as Jay Glazer said earlier, I remember Schefter not saying he was safe but saying he was learning safe but it was all up to the Glazers in the end
Lovie Smith. Nobody is even a close second for me, but if I had to choose it would be Whisenhunt. If we make a change we need somebody that has been there before. I’m not interested in continuing the college HC/ promising coordinator experiment.
I like Zimmer and Stanford’s David Shaw(a Grudenite). I didn’t like Zimmer before we hired Schiano; I forget what turned me on; but I recall about two or so months after Schiano was hired, something hit me about him. So, those are the two I like right now for the reasons indicated in one way or another. I'd be surprised if Greg Schiano is still head coach after this. I defend him a little bit I suppose; Revis himself was getting burned; what do you expect him to do?
ABS. As long as we don’t get some dinosaur in here talking about “establishing the run” and “discipline” I’d be happy. I'd love a guy who will take some chances and do something different than the usual scared group-think of NFL coaches.But make no mistake, I'd happily take a flawed but still decent HC (like an Andy Reid or Rex Ryan type) over a moron like Rutgers. By no means would they be my first choice (obviously Reid isn't available) but for sake of argument neither would be in my top 20 ... but I'd be over the moon to get them instead of Schiano.I haven't really heard a single serious HC suggestion I wouldn't consider a significant upgrade over Schiano.
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