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It is too early to start the thread about candidates for 2021 but people don't stop whining about Gase. lol.

 

In no particular order.


Matt Eberflus, Colts' DC.
Arthur Smith, Titans' OC.
Joe Brady, Panthers' OC.
Josh McDaniels, Patriots' OC.
Todd Monken, Bulldogs' OC.
Eric Bieniemy, Chiefs' AOC.
Robert Saleh, 49ers' DC.
Jim Harbaugh, Wolverines' HC.
Brian Daboll, Bills' OC.
Nick Sirianni, Colts' OC.
Dennis Allen, Saints' DC.

 

Dan Campbell, Saints' TE coach.

Chad Morris, Tigers' OC.

Pete Carmichael Jr, Saints' AOC.

Duce Staley, Eagles' RB coach.

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38 minutes ago, JetsandI said:

It is too early to start the thread about candidates for 2021 but people don't stop whining about Gase. lol.

 

In no particular order.


Matt Eberflus, Colts' DC.
Arthur Smith, Titans' OC.
Joe Brady, Panthers' OC.
Josh McDaniels, Patriots' OC.
Todd Monken, Bulldogs' OC.
Eric Bieniemy, Chiefs' AOC.
Robert Saleh, 49ers' DC.
Jim Harbaugh, Wolverines' HC.
Brian Daboll, Bills' OC.
Nick Sirianni, Colts' OC.
Dennis Allen, Saints' DC.

Josh McDaniels was HC for two teams and failed, plus he douched the Colts.  He is really only a good OC because of Belichick.  Pass.  Todd Monken is a decent, but not spectacular OC, he reminds me of Gase.  Jim Harbaugh would want complete control most likely.  i do net see him and JD working well together.  Plus I think he rubs a lot of people the wrong way, although there is no denying his coaching talent.

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30 minutes ago, Rockice_8 said:

Daboll or Bieniemy for me.  

Yup. It’s time to give Bienemy a chance.

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I also wouldn't be opposed to going the college route. Give me a guy who built a strong program from little to nothing in the beginning. It's why we wanted Rhule I'm assuming and there's a few other guys who fit the bill. 

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Would really be nice to get a guy with HCing experience for once and not a hot coordinator. Gase doesn’t count he just got fired and for whatever reason the jets thought he was the perfect choice. JD needs to really hit this one out of the park though whichever route he goes. 

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11 minutes ago, Dr.O said:

Bienemy, Harbaugh, or McDaniels for me.

That is who I like too,

1. Harbaugh

2. Bienemy 

3. McDaniels ( I don't see him taking the Jets job out of respect for BB.)

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1 hour ago, xrade said:

Josh McDaniels was HC for two teams and failed, plus he douched the Colts.  He is really only a good OC because of Belichick.  Pass.  Todd Monken is a decent, but not spectacular OC, he reminds me of Gase.  Jim Harbaugh would want complete control most likely.  i do net see him and JD working well together.  Plus I think he rubs a lot of people the wrong way, although there is no denying his coaching talent.

McDaniels served HC once (Broncos).  He left Colts because of front office situation. Both him and Allen were immature (mental standpoint) to handle teams but now they should be ready to roll.  Kyle Shanahan quit on Browns and something else in his NFL career but he has done just fine at HC for 49ers. 

Monken definitely isn't the same as Gase because Monken is a very aggressive dude. Problem with Monken right now is the rumor about him badmouthing on Browns last year even though he is right about Browns.

Agreed on Harbaugh but his name will be thrown in for HC gig annually anyway.

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1 hour ago, mattmanz91 said:

I like Dan Campbell, he gives me Vrabel vibes. 

I can see JD and Campbell work together.

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1 hour ago, mattmanz91 said:

I also wouldn't be opposed to going the college route. Give me a guy who built a strong program from little to nothing in the beginning. It's why we wanted Rhule I'm assuming and there's a few other guys who fit the bill. 

Preferably one with NFL coaching background.  Not just pure College resume.

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