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Seaver wrote: I wouldn't get hopes up for new GM..........IMO, Tannenbaum does well what matters more to Woody.......manage his money spent. I don't see the football passion from that guy to make the change yet.
Posted: 10/3/2012 10:13 AM
hobson54 wrote: bill cowher as GM? he was a good coach, but what makes you think he'd be a good GM?
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LIJETFAN wrote: hobson54 wrote: bill cowher as GM? he was a good coach, but what makes you think he'd be a good GM?Rumor has always been that he would want personnel control if he was to coach again, and is interested in a GM spot. I have no idea whether that is true. I do think he can evaluate talent and would put a tough team on the field.
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Posted: 10/3/2012 10:26 AM
hobson54 wrote: LIJETFAN wrote: hobson54 wrote: bill cowher as GM? he was a good coach, but what makes you think he'd be a good GM?Rumor has always been that he would want personnel control if he was to coach again, and is interested in a GM spot. I have no idea whether that is true. I do think he can evaluate talent and would put a tough team on the field.i don't want any GM/coach. that model rarely works. cowher wasn't the GM in pittsburgh. a good coach doesn't necessarily make a good GM
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LIJETFAN wrote: Actually, I looked at Polian's track record the past few years, and it's spotty at best. His track record over the long term of course is one of the best. But the past 4 or 5 years, his drafts were mediocre at best. He had a lot of success early on with the Colts. If the Jets decide to go in a different direction, I would want a GM that wants to put a team on the field that plays like the Giants, the Ravens or the Steelers. Teams that can intimidate opponents with great defenses, but can put up points with a balanced offense. You don't need Brees or Rodgers or Andrew Luck to win with that kind of a team, but you do need someone like Matt Ryan at QB. I think Polian might want to go with a more finesse approach. I could be wrong, because the Bills had a great defense when he was there. But, the Colts were more of a finesse team on defense and relied on Manning to win games.
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Posted: 10/3/2012 1:47 PM
LIJETFAN wrote: Eric DeCosta is the Asst GM at the Ravens. He might be an interesting candidate.
Posted: 10/3/2012 1:55 PM
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Posted: 10/3/2012 2:00 PM
NickSINYC wrote: Tanny's problem is he is in the GM category with those who let the coach do the grocery shopping. He brought in some talented players in the past but now he has a coach who doesn't shop well. Rex is going no where so it's time for an iron willed GM who holds all the strings. I am just not sure Woody is the type of owner who would allow that.
Posted: 10/3/2012 2:07 PM
football51 wrote: Woody did want Parcells to stay on as gm when he refused to coach again. He offered him a blank check but Parcells would only stay for a year after he recomended Bradway.
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