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The browns have fired Rob Chudzinski

  • buck
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by gold49digger:
roman to cle and hire chudz

Hell, bring Chudz and Norv, since they are buddies. Next season, the 49ers are beating errrybody!

Do not ever want to see Turner on the 49ers ever again.
  • buck
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Originally posted by communist:
Browns are stupid enough to think that they will get any quality, now when many other teams are looking for HCs, especially after firing their HC after a year...very smart.

Mike Lombardi is the Cleveland GM, isn't he?

I sure glad we hired Baalke and not him.

Wish the Browns luck getting a head coach.
The Browns = fail. They didn't even give the guy a chance to build "his" team. He's been busy power washing the stink of the previous regime off. The guy had built a very solid coaching staff and looked to be just a few players away from really competing for that division. Had Hoyer stayed healthy that's probably another 3 wins for the season. I can't believe they didn't give this guy a chance to get his own players in there and see what he can do.
  • sfout
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Originally posted by krizay:
I live in ohio and have been telling everyone who will listen that the Browns will end up with Kevin Sumlin and Johnny football. Been saying that for months and still beleive it.

Not sure if it is simply a handshake agreement or if it is in the contract but he agreed to not speak to NFL teams according to Chris Mortensen.

http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/10057549/texas-aggies-give-kevin-sumlin-new-contract-2019

Also says that the Aggies can't fire him until after the 2015 seasons when A&M's stadium is finished and renovated.

Sources tell ESPN Senior NFL Insider Chris Mortensen that Sumlin has agreed to forsake NFL bids as part of his new contract. The sources said Sumlin's new $5 million-per-year deal guarantees him to coach the Aggies until the school has completed and played in its $450 million renovation of Kyle Field, which is set to open in 2015.

So we'll see how it shakes out.
Don't care lol
Originally posted by buck:
Do not ever want to see Turner on the 49ers ever again.

??? Frank Gore had a career season and Alex Smith actually progressed as a passer before falling apart the next season. Norv's run-heavy/deep passing offense pretty much fits this team perfectly.
  • sfout
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by buck:
Do not ever want to see Turner on the 49ers ever again.

??? Frank Gore had a career season and Alex Smith actually progressed as a passer before falling apart the next season. Norv's run-heavy/deep passing offense pretty much fits this team perfectly.

and it won't be too much of a departure from the 1-read/AR plays we see constantly. It could be a good marriage of schemes but will it happen? Hell no...Roman is playing himself out of HC consideration at the pro level IMO and since we keep going to the playoffs the only way a college hires him is if we allow the interview to happen midseason and maybe even let him leave early to go solidify his first recruiting class.
  • sfout
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Damn shots fired by Joe Thomas

"You look at the great franchises. They don't fire your coach after the first season. You can't do it," Thomas said.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/12/29/joe-thomas-great-franchises-dont-fire-coaches-after-one-year/
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He / Browns should've stayed in the SEC... IMO, they could've beat Florida St. Seminoles in the VIZIO BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Originally posted by sfout:
Damn shots fired by Joe Thomas

"You look at the great franchises. They don't fire your coach after the first season. You can't do it," Thomas said.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/12/29/joe-thomas-great-franchises-dont-fire-coaches-after-one-year/
He's got a point too. All things considered, Browns actually looked better than expected.
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by sfout:
Damn shots fired by Joe Thomas

"You look at the great franchises. They don't fire your coach after the first season. You can't do it," Thomas said.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/12/29/joe-thomas-great-franchises-dont-fire-coaches-after-one-year/
He's got a point too. All things considered, Browns actually looked better than expected.

for real. If Hoyer didn't get hurt they probably would've had 6 or 7 wins and been in contention for a wildcard spot. The sad thing is that they will regress because imo TJ Ward is going to bolt in FA unless he is franchised, same goes for Alex Mack, starting RG Lauvao is also a FA.
[ Edited by sfout on Dec 29, 2013 at 7:23 PM ]
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by sfout:
Damn shots fired by Joe Thomas

"You look at the great franchises. They don't fire your coach after the first season. You can't do it," Thomas said.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/12/29/joe-thomas-great-franchises-dont-fire-coaches-after-one-year/
He's got a point too. All things considered, Browns actually looked better than expected.
Not to mention this will be the 5th head coach that this guy has played for since 2007. How can any team win with that kind of continuity? Instead of concentrating on getting better in the offseason the vets will be concentrating on yet again another new scheme. Another new playbook. I'm sure it gets old.
Guy never stood a chance. This is why Cleveland is Cleveland. Hey! maybe they hire Greg Roman! That would be awesome.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
??? Frank Gore had a career season and Alex Smith actually progressed as a passer before falling apart the next season. Norv's run-heavy/deep passing offense pretty much fits this team perfectly.
Absolutely my opinion as well. We like to run, we got a QB with a cannon arm who can also run around, we got a deep threat in VD and will get another one, imo.
Only thing I am concerned about is the pass protection which is slappy at times.
Originally posted by Willisfn4life:
Not to mention this will be the 5th head coach that this guy has played for since 2007. How can any team win with that kind of continuity? Instead of concentrating on getting better in the offseason the vets will be concentrating on yet again another new scheme. Another new playbook. I'm sure it gets old.

Well, supposedly they're hoping that the offensive and defensive coaching staffs stay intact, but I'm sure more than a few of Chud's guys will tell Lombardi to go f**k himself.