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Old 01-11-2013, 08:21 AM  
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Likely to be the finalized staff...

From what I gathered, the staff will all be announced at once.

OC -Doug Pederson
QB coach - Matt Nagy
RB coach - Eric Bienemy
WR coach - David Culley
TE coach - Tom Melvin
OL - Eugene Chung
DC - Bob Sutton
DL - Tom Brasher
LB - Gary Gibbs
DB - Emmitt Thomas/Otis Smith *assistant
ST- Dave Toub

Senior offensive assistant/Assistant HC - Brad Childress

Don't know the quality control guys yet.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:00 PM   #121
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How the **** does Gary Gibbs keep hanging around? Does he have nude pics of Clark or something? 3rd KC Head Coach that he's survived.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:01 PM   #122
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As far as I'm concerned, Dallas did us a favor. I've never been a fan of the Cover 2, even more now in an era where athletic tight ends can just destroy a Cover 2 defense. And that's not even mentioning that we just absolutely do not have the personnel to run a base Cover 2 on this team at this time.
I'm with you. The only thing I'd like to see is Eric Berry moving away from the LOS into his natural place as a ballhawk.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:18 PM   #123
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Here's how I'm looking at this:

1) I'm not excited by the defensive staff hirings, either. I was initially against the idea of switching to a 4-3, but it grew on me more and more provided we could run 4-3 under stuff. Any way to set our pass rushers loose and create some havoc at the line of scrimmage. Now that we're going to stay in the 3-4 but apparently switch to some 1-gap, that's what I wanted all along. It just isn't a very sexy name that's coming in to coordinate it all. So yeah, it's not good. However...

2) When one considers what people have been saying throughout this entire season of misery, that the key to building any successful team that can win and win consistently is the elite QB, elite GM, and elite HC, that puts some context in the situation. We're GETTING an elite QB. We're GETTING an elite GM. Really the biggest question mark in this process is going to be Andy Reid and if he can learn from his mistakes in Philly. We GOT the foundation for a better team in Kansas City. It's the kind of foundation that has the potential to turn us into a team that's in the playoffs every year and challenges for a Super Bowl every so often. Mediocre defensive coordinator be damned.

3) This defense already has some pretty ****ing good playmakers. And all of them are under contract for at least two years. It's not like we need this elite defensive coordinator to mask the problems of talent. Sure, it can never hurt, but if we get the QB right and there's elite talent coming to this team through the draft like we expect is possibly under Dorsey, there's no reason why Sutton can't find a way to give us an aggressive defense that creates turnovers and gets sacks. And that's all we need. That's all you need period to win a Super Bowl these days. You need a defense, but it doesn't have to be this awesome force of rape. And we can have that.

I don't mean to tell people to settle for mediocrity. Just give it a chance. We're hardly screwed from the beginning with this coaching staff like we were with Haley and Romeo.

Oh, and if you're going to reply to this with "U DONT NO WERE GETTING A QB! U DONT NO WERE GETTING DORSEY! IT'S NOT CONFIRMED YET!" then you may as well save the typing effort and go **** your sister right now.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:24 PM   #124
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Bob Sutton is a horrible hire. JFC, why?
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:55 PM   #125
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you look stupid suggesting 43 stuff. It isn't in this team's plan. except it knucklehead.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:57 PM   #126
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:59 PM   #127
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Here's how I'm looking at this:

1) I'm not excited by the defensive staff hirings, either. I was initially against the idea of switching to a 4-3, but it grew on me more and more provided we could run 4-3 under stuff. Any way to set our pass rushers loose and create some havoc at the line of scrimmage. Now that we're going to stay in the 3-4 but apparently switch to some 1-gap, that's what I wanted all along. It just isn't a very sexy name that's coming in to coordinate it all. So yeah, it's not good. However...

2) When one considers what people have been saying throughout this entire season of misery, that the key to building any successful team that can win and win consistently is the elite QB, elite GM, and elite HC, that puts some context in the situation. We're GETTING an elite QB. We're GETTING an elite GM. Really the biggest question mark in this process is going to be Andy Reid and if he can learn from his mistakes in Philly. We GOT the foundation for a better team in Kansas City. It's the kind of foundation that has the potential to turn us into a team that's in the playoffs every year and challenges for a Super Bowl every so often. Mediocre defensive coordinator be damned.

3) This defense already has some pretty ****ing good playmakers. And all of them are under contract for at least two years. It's not like we need this elite defensive coordinator to mask the problems of talent. Sure, it can never hurt, but if we get the QB right and there's elite talent coming to this team through the draft like we expect is possibly under Dorsey, there's no reason why Sutton can't find a way to give us an aggressive defense that creates turnovers and gets sacks. And that's all we need. That's all you need period to win a Super Bowl these days. You need a defense, but it doesn't have to be this awesome force of rape. And we can have that.

I don't mean to tell people to settle for mediocrity. Just give it a chance. We're hardly screwed from the beginning with this coaching staff like we were with Haley and Romeo.

Oh, and if you're going to reply to this with "U DONT NO WERE GETTING A QB! U DONT NO WERE GETTING DORSEY! IT'S NOT CONFIRMED YET!" then you may as well save the typing effort and go **** your sister right now.
My sister is out of state, can I borrow yours?
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:59 PM   #128
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you look stupid suggesting 43 stuff. It isn't in this team's plan. except it knucklehead.
Ironic post is ironic.

I'll stand by my posting history here, sport. I'm fairly confident that I don't look stupid suggesting anything.

Are there people that disagree? Yup - that's why we're here. But unlike you, I'm capable of putting up a substantive argument in favor of a position even in the face of disagreement.

You're still an idiot.
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:00 PM   #129
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:11 PM   #130
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Here's how I'm looking at this:

1) I'm not excited by the defensive staff hirings, either. I was initially against the idea of switching to a 4-3, but it grew on me more and more provided we could run 4-3 under stuff. Any way to set our pass rushers loose and create some havoc at the line of scrimmage. Now that we're going to stay in the 3-4 but apparently switch to some 1-gap, that's what I wanted all along. It just isn't a very sexy name that's coming in to coordinate it all. So yeah, it's not good. However...

2) When one considers what people have been saying throughout this entire season of misery, that the key to building any successful team that can win and win consistently is the elite QB, elite GM, and elite HC, that puts some context in the situation. We're GETTING an elite QB. We're GETTING an elite GM. Really the biggest question mark in this process is going to be Andy Reid and if he can learn from his mistakes in Philly. We GOT the foundation for a better team in Kansas City. It's the kind of foundation that has the potential to turn us into a team that's in the playoffs every year and challenges for a Super Bowl every so often. Mediocre defensive coordinator be damned.

3) This defense already has some pretty ****ing good playmakers. And all of them are under contract for at least two years. It's not like we need this elite defensive coordinator to mask the problems of talent. Sure, it can never hurt, but if we get the QB right and there's elite talent coming to this team through the draft like we expect is possibly under Dorsey, there's no reason why Sutton can't find a way to give us an aggressive defense that creates turnovers and gets sacks. And that's all we need. That's all you need period to win a Super Bowl these days. You need a defense, but it doesn't have to be this awesome force of rape. And we can have that.

I don't mean to tell people to settle for mediocrity. Just give it a chance. We're hardly screwed from the beginning with this coaching staff like we were with Haley and Romeo.

Oh, and if you're going to reply to this with "U DONT NO WERE GETTING A QB! U DONT NO WERE GETTING DORSEY! IT'S NOT CONFIRMED YET!" then you may as well save the typing effort and go **** your sister right now.
Good rationalization Romeo
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:11 PM   #131
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:13 PM   #132
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Looks like a solid staff, I'm willing to give it a chance. I don't think Andy will stay with something that isn't working, which may be his best quality.
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:14 PM   #133
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Good rationalization Romeo
And here it comes. Now I'm a homer

Just saying. We had quite an impressive string of luck with the Reid and Dorsey hires. We have the #1 pick. And contrary to what the whiners say, I LOVE the offensive staff Reid has assembled. It's something I could only have imagined in my dreams.

Everything has been a home run thus far this offseason until the defensive coordinator. Can't win them all, but that's no reason to think this defense will now be a piece of shit or even a liability.
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:16 PM   #134
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