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18 minutes ago, deuces22wild said:

How long before Buckner is leading the def?

If our dline plays up to their potential, it might not be long. He's gonna be a DC somewhere soon.

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13 hours ago, bucsfan333 said:

If our dline plays up to their potential, it might not be long. He's gonna be a DC somewhere soon.

Best case scenario is the defense goes to being at least average and the team finishes above .500, Mike Smith will be looked at as a viable head coaching candidate.  I never would have guessed a year ago, Pat Shurmur would get a second head coaching gig.

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6 hours ago, ravishingone said:

Best case scenario is the defense goes to being at least average and the team finishes above .500, Mike Smith will be looked at as a viable head coaching candidate.  I never would have guessed a year ago, Pat Shurmur would get a second head coaching gig.

I still think mike smith is a better HC than a coordinator. He’s well respected and let’s his coordinators do their thing. He’s almost 60 I believe so his HC day’s May be behind him 

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"So, we’re going to primarily work him as a guard, but we’re going to work with him at everything. So he’d be a right guard/right tackle, center for right now.”

 

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13 minutes ago, bucsfan333 said:

 

I believe the long term plan is Coppa at RT and Benenoch at RG.  Hopefully one of these guys will solidify their place this season.

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Benenoch proved he can play both tackle an Guard. Hopefully Cappa can do the same. 

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