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Old 11-15-2007, 02:31 AM  
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Your feelings on Herman Edwards, head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs

I'll start with my own. I really like Herm and fully believe that he has the ability to take us all the way. He has a great eye for talent, and he knows how to get the best out of his players. For him to take the team that we had last year and get us in the playoffs was a feat of greatness. I think that if he had complete control of football operations we would be a Super Bowl contending team within 3 years. So as you can see I'm pretty high on the guy.

How about you? What are the pros, and the cons? Were you happy when we hired him? How about now? If you were going to replace him who would be your first reasonable choice?
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Old 11-15-2007, 03:37 AM   #2
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i think he lets emotion cloud his judgement (croyle/huard, solari). he needs to be more business-like, more cutthroat, exacting.

i think he doesn't grow, adapt, or react to change very well. the whole thing about not being internet literate shows me he's not an active learner which is a big problem for me. furthermore, the lack of creativity/adaptation in the playoff loss was inexcusable.

he only excels in a few areas, therefore his assistant coaches must bring balance... most notably on the offensive side, which he knows far less about. instead of hiring a rookie to coordinate, he needed an all-pro.

to succeed, we need a strong GM making moves for the future, while Herm directs his delegates to utilize the weapons properly in the here-and-now.

with the amount of draft picks we have next year, we're lookin good in that regard. however, we likely will not see our offensive weapons used properly with the current coordinator if the past is any indication.
a business decision must be made in the offseason regarding solari. i think they'll justify keeping him longer, as we'll clearly be replenishing o-linemen.
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Old 11-15-2007, 04:52 AM   #3
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I feel better with him as head coach than Dick Vermeil. He knows what is needed on defense. But he needs to turn over complete offensive operations to a well qualified offensive minded coach. The Chiefs have always been unbalanced. They need to be good at offense, defense and special teams. As well all know, 13-3 and the best scoring offense gets you no farther than 13-3 and a top defense.
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Old 11-15-2007, 04:53 AM   #4
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I feel better with him as head coach than Dick Vermeil. He knows what is needed on defense. But he needs to turn over complete offensive operations to a well qualified offensive minded coach. The Chiefs have always been unbalanced. They need to be good at offense, defense and special teams. As well all know, 13-3 and the best scoring offense gets you no farther than 13-3 and a top defense.
Unless you are Baltimore.
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Old 11-15-2007, 06:28 AM   #5
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I hope he gets fired tomorrow. No scratch that gets fired today. Herm is a curse worse than Marty ever was. I'd take Marty back. Or please Bill Cowher.

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Old 11-15-2007, 06:37 AM   #6
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honestly, I don't care.

I don't care how I feel, i don't care how you feel, and I really don't care how he feels.

I'm totally burnt out on the weepy, emotional mantra that has consumed pro football.

I don't care, just shut up and do your damn job.

They're professionals for a reason..and the reason isn't to !!
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Old 11-15-2007, 06:47 AM   #7
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He is a guy who lives in the past. He continually reflects to his days as a player and his days at Tampa. What he knows is what he learned there and that is where it has stopped. This isn't the NFL of umpteen years ago. He is not with the program as a coach. I do agree he has an eye for talent. I think he would be better at Carl's job. He has proven without a shadow of a doubt how bad he is. Have you listened to this man's press conferences? He is dumbfounded confused and ignorant. He is in his 5th year as a coach and he is .500. Not near good enough. Gun was that good at got fired over the internet.

I think he is a great person but he is not a coach for the NFL today.
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Old 11-15-2007, 06:51 AM   #8
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Wow.

It only took 5 posts to have Bill Cowher mentioned.

Did I miss a meeting or something? Why do people think Cowher is a legitimate option?

He left one of the best jobs in the NFL to be closer to his family in Carolina.

Why would he come to KC, have to rebuild a team, and be even farther from his family?

Makes ZERO sense.
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Old 11-15-2007, 06:53 AM   #9
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Wow.

It only took 5 posts to have Bill Cowher mentioned.

Did I miss a meeting or something? Why do people think Cowher is a legitimate option?

He left one of the best jobs in the NFL to be closer to his family in Carolina.

Why would he come to KC, have to rebuild a team, and be even farther from his family?

Makes ZERO sense.
No no no no! Bill Cowher for HC and Trent Green for OC and QB coach too!!! Priest can retire and come back as RB coach as well! It will be AWESOME! And Herm can be defensive coordinator!
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Old 11-15-2007, 06:54 AM   #10
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No no no no! Bill Cowher for HC and Trent Green for OC and QB coach too!!! Priest can retire and come back as RB coach as well! It will be AWESOME! And Herm can be defensive coordinator!

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Old 11-15-2007, 06:55 AM   #11
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:13 AM   #12
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Your feelings on Herman Edwards, head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs?

All feelings left the minute he was announced as HeadCoach.

Counting down the games, days, seasons, drafts, or the leafs on the tree in the front yard, is he gone yet?
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:16 AM   #13
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I'd hire him in a second as head of player personnel and/or scouting.

I'd fire him in a second as head coach.
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:21 AM   #14
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I hated the decision as soon as it was announced and then last New Year's Eve in a must win game against the Jags our team came out and nothing but nothing was held back.A flea flicker for a td,a halfback option that almost worked etc.

Watching Herm's post game I heard him say it was do or die,he said all the right things and based on the game I had just witnessed I thought maybe the guy isn't all bad and then came the play-off game and it was as if the week before had been a dream,a dream too good to be true and so I found myself back where I had started,I hated the decision then and I hate it more now.

Arena football scores or not,it's the NFL of the 21st century and unfortunately Herm is a 20th century coach,
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:23 AM   #15
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Wow.

It only took 5 posts to have Bill Cowher mentioned.

Did I miss a meeting or something? Why do people think Cowher is a legitimate option?

He left one of the best jobs in the NFL to be closer to his family in Carolina.

Why would he come to KC, have to rebuild a team, and be even farther from his family?

Makes ZERO sense.


He can sit out 2-3 years and be the hottest hire out there. He can ask for whatever he wants and likely get it.

Plus, he's a HC. It's what he does. Even Gibbs had to come back. Now, if CP is fired that's probably crossing out the reason that Cowher going here might happen. Of course $$$ speak the loudest...
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