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Chris Meck
10-17-2012, 02:33 AM
Just dreaming.

Eric Decosta-GM
Bill Kuharich-vice president of player personnel
Jay Gruden-HC
Whoever Jay wants as his OC, he'd call plays
either
Keith Butler (Steelers LB coach) or Jim Tomsula (49'ers d-line coach) for DC.

Decosta is probably the most qualified guy that's NOT a GM yet.

Kuharich was pretty much responsible for signing or drafting: Priest Holmes, Willie Roaf-and pretty much all of our best players still on the team.

Gruden has been a successful head coach (albeit in lesser leagues) so the job is not foreign to him, is a former longtime QB and has done wonders with Dalton in Cinci. He's young and will likely coach for a long time. Perfect guy to draft and develop a young QB. While he's a WC guy, Cinci throws downfield a lot more than the old school versions. Plus, big physical receivers like Bowe and Baldwin tend to do well in that offense.

Both Butler and Tomsula are successful aggressive 3-4 coaches, which fit our personnel. Both have several years of proven player development for solid organizations.

Draft Geno or Barkley and you're off to the races.

Just throwing some names around.

BossChief
10-17-2012, 02:44 AM
Teams have been trying to get Butler away from Pittsburgh for awhile now...aint happening.

Same goes for Decosta.

How about this?

GM Ross
HC Reid
OC Marty Mornhinweg
DC Rex Ryan (fired from Jets)

Not bad in a fantasy world.

AussieChiefsFan
10-17-2012, 02:46 AM
Teams have been trying to get Butler away from Pittsburgh for awhile now...aint happening.

Same goes for Decosta.

How about this?

GM Ross
HC Reid
OC Marty Mornhinweg
DC Rex Ryan (fired from Jets)

Not bad in a fantasy world.

HC: Cowher/Gruden etc
OC: Andy Reid
DC: Rex Ryan

This would be nice

Rausch
10-17-2012, 02:47 AM
HC: Cowher/Gruden etc
OC: Andy Reid
DC: Rex Ryan

This would be nice

:spock:

AussieChiefsFan
10-17-2012, 02:48 AM
:spock:

"in a fantasy world" anyway

BossChief
10-17-2012, 02:52 AM
Just laugh, Rausch.

I can say this about Butler...I was at a charity event with him a few years back and got to talk to him for about 15-20 minutes and he basically said he loved Pittsburgh and didnt want to leave and that with the players he has, why would he.

Well, he might look at things differently with the stars on that defense dimming and who knows, maybe he would be open to talks about going somewhere to be a DC.

He had a lot of good things to say about KC back then.

Chris Meck
10-17-2012, 02:59 AM
The more I learn about Jay Gruden the more impressed I am with his resume. Seems like a legit HC possibility.

If Butler won't go, how about Tomsula? 49'ers D has been steadily good since he's been there, and his line in particular.

Rausch
10-17-2012, 03:05 AM
Just laugh, Rausch.

I can say this about Butler...I was at a charity event with him a few years back and got to talk to him for about 15-20 minutes and he basically said he loved Pittsburgh and didnt want to leave and that with the players he has, why would he.

I love and respect everything he's done there.

That said I don't think he's DC material.

And that's harsh. I get that. There's probably 40 LB's that'd stand up for him and say how much they respect him and how much they've learned (key to a real position coach) from him.

He is the best LB coach in the biz. I honestly believe that. I know he takes the time and invests in his players. He knows them as individuals.

That said he's only an excellent position coach.

The end...

Guru
10-17-2012, 03:06 AM
Who cares. WE have to get rid of the cancer first.

Rausch
10-17-2012, 03:10 AM
Who cares. WE have to get rid of the cancer first.

It will take us pressuring them.

And we can.

BryanBusby
10-17-2012, 03:17 AM
You're not going to pull DeCosta away from Baltimore. Ozzie is about to retire and teams have been trying to pull him in without success for years, as the Ravens just toss him more piles of money every time another franchise courts him.

Saccopoo
10-17-2012, 03:19 AM
GM: Marc Ross
HC: Dana Holgorsen
DC: Dick Bumpas or Kirby Smart

Ross is a young stud who has two Super Bowl rings while being the Director of Scouting for the Giants.

Holgorsen is one of the most innovative offensive minds in football at any level. Period.

Bumpas is Holgorsen's twin on the defensive side of the ball. TCU has been ranked #1 in defense nationally three times since his hire in 2004 and he's put every team he's coached on the map defensively. (He was D-coord at Navy in 1997 and had them ranked 6th nationally.)

Guru
10-17-2012, 04:18 AM
It will take us pressuring them.

And we can.

Thats my point. One thing at a time. Lets get him ousted first.

BigMeatballDave
10-17-2012, 04:33 AM
No retreads for HC.

theelusiveeightrop
10-17-2012, 07:02 AM
When Pioli is gone, many will probably re-evaluate the lack of desire to come to KC.

-King-
10-17-2012, 07:17 AM
The suggestions in this thread make me want to throw up.
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SNR
10-17-2012, 08:50 AM
When Pioli is gone, many will probably re-evaluate the lack of desire to come to KC.

Like coaches and GMs were lining up in droves to come to KC prior to Pioli :rolleyes:

If a guy wants a GM job to separate himself from the herd, KC is the perfect place. The Pioli regime that soured KC's reputation is completely gone. These guys will be totally free to bring in their own guys.

tredadda
10-17-2012, 09:21 AM
No to Cowher, John Gruden, or Reid. I want a young hungry coach who wants to make a name for themselves, not ones that either retired or got fired.

milkman
10-17-2012, 09:30 AM
Teams have been trying to get Butler away from Pittsburgh for awhile now...aint happening.

Same goes for Decosta.

How about this?

GM Ross
HC Reid
OC Marty Mornhinweg
DC Rex Ryan (fired from Jets)

Not bad in a fantasy world.

I like Marc Ross, but hate the rest of that.

Reid, next to Tony Dungy is the most overrated piece of crap over the last 15 years at HC.

And how about that scapegoating job he did on Juan Castillo?

GM: Marc Ross
HC: Dana Holgorsen
DC: Dick Bumpas or Kirby Smart

Ross is a young stud who has two Super Bowl rings while being the Director of Scouting for the Giants.

Holgorsen is one of the most innovative offensive minds in football at any level. Period.

Bumpas is Holgorsen's twin on the defensive side of the ball. TCU has been ranked #1 in defense nationally three times since his hire in 2004 and he's put every team he's coached on the map defensively. (He was D-coord at Navy in 1997 and had them ranked 6th nationally.)

When you pull your head out of the O-Line ass, you seem like a pretty smart fella.

I like this scenario.

Let's go new, fresh, and take a chance.

Old Dog
10-17-2012, 09:51 AM
Here's my dream list:

GM: NOT Pioli
HC: NOT Crennel
OC: NOT Daboll
DC: Yes

The Bad Guy
10-17-2012, 09:53 AM
Andy Reid? Hell no. Marty Moronwhig with him? No thanks.

I'm warming up to Cowher. This team can't gamble with another unproven HC. It has a ready roster when the QB spot gets fixed.

HC - Cowher
OC - Possibly Chan if he gets fired from Buff
DC - Rex.

Dicky McElephant
10-17-2012, 10:05 AM
The suggestions in this thread make me want to throw up.
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And yet you haven't offered up any of your suggestions.

Blick
10-17-2012, 10:42 AM
GM: Marc Ross
HC: Dana Holgorsen
DC: Dick Bumpas or Kirby Smart

Ross is a young stud who has two Super Bowl rings while being the Director of Scouting for the Giants.

Holgorsen is one of the most innovative offensive minds in football at any level. Period.

Bumpas is Holgorsen's twin on the defensive side of the ball. TCU has been ranked #1 in defense nationally three times since his hire in 2004 and he's put every team he's coached on the map defensively. (He was D-coord at Navy in 1997 and had them ranked 6th nationally.)

This.