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NFL - Black Monday
« on: December 31, 2018, 10:10:12 AM »

Online Moranis

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Current head coaching openings

Arizona Cardinals
Cleveland Browns (though Williams has put on a nice audition for the job)
Denver Broncos
Green Bay Packers
New York Jets
Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rumored as possible openings
Cincinnati Bengals
Miami Dolphins

Still have no idea what is going on
Baltimore Ravens

Re: NFL - Black Monday
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2018, 11:43:20 AM »

Offline A Future of Stevens

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Current head coaching openings

Arizona Cardinals
Cleveland Browns (though Williams has put on a nice audition for the job)
Denver Broncos
Green Bay Packers
New York Jets
Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rumored as possible openings
Cincinnati Bengals
Miami Dolphins

Still have no idea what is going on
Baltimore Ravens

What do you think will be the most sought after opening in the NFL? It has to be Cleveland right? They look like they have an extremely solid foundation on both sides of the ball. The Broncos could be a good job.

I feel like Green Bay is a tough sell. If you ever butt heads with Rodgers, we pretty much know which way ownership will lean.
Sacramento Kings (Mock Trade Deadline)

PG - De'Aaron Fox / Frank Mason
SG Buddy Hield / Iman Shumpert / Yogi Ferrell
SF Otto Porter / Bogdan Bogdanovitch / Justin Jackson / Troy Williams
PF - Marvin Bagley III / Skal Labissiere / Wenyen Gabriel
C - Willie Cauley-Stein / Ian Mahinmi

Re: NFL - Black Monday
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2018, 12:04:28 PM »

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Which is most likely for McDaniels? Looking back, Indy was probably the best of the bunch - I am not sure any of these openings compete with them, but I agree Cleveland could finally be on the way up, though. But, you know, it's Cleveland  ;)

Of course if Baltimore opens up, they probably shoot to the top. No reason for either of Harbaugh or Ravens to break up now with the rise of Lamar Jackson.

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« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2018, 01:28:39 PM »

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Which is most likely for McDaniels? Looking back, Indy was probably the best of the bunch - I am not sure any of these openings compete with them, but I agree Cleveland could finally be on the way up, though. But, you know, it's Cleveland  ;)

Of course if Baltimore opens up, they probably shoot to the top. No reason for either of Harbaugh or Ravens to break up now with the rise of Lamar Jackson.
Green Bay for Josh McD is the hot rumor. Maybe Cleveland would be best and heard some rumors Miami might be interested to interview him as well.

Re: NFL - Black Monday
« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2018, 02:21:05 PM »

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I can't believe Marvin Lewis finally got canned. He should've been fired after losing that playoff game to Houston or San Diego. That playoff loss to Pittsburgh should've been the icing to the cake but they kept extending him...

 

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