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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    There always seems to be some sort of change with the staff. Whether it is someone leaving and being replaced or adding someone new to the staff.

    In 2009, Mike Maser the offensive line coach, was fired and replaced with Dave DeGuglielmo. Kicking coach Steve Hoffman left for the Chiefs and they hired Darren Rizzi to be the assistant special teams coach under John Bonamego.
    I mean like after our success of 2008 I dont think anyone left did they
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    Jeff Ireland needs to make the playoffs, which in turn means Joe Philbin needs to make the playoffs. I think this is a make it or break it type season for Ireland and that includes a trip to the playoffs. One exception could be is if the team goes something like 10-6 but miss out on a tie-breaker(it happens). If Ireland is fired, a new GM is likely going to want his own coach, which means Philbin is possibly out the door also. This is a big year for the team.
    in your scenario where we go 10-6 but miss the playoffs and if Ireland gets fired, I'm almost certain Ross hires his next GM under the condition Philbin stays on for at least 2014... Other then that I agree with you.

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    I will honestly be shocked if we are in the playoffs next year, the teams in it this year are just too far ahead of us. I think we will make progress and get a winning record I don't think anything more is realistic for next year.
    I think the Patriots, Houston and maybe Denver are the only two teams that are far ahead of us right for next year...

    Cincy isn't anything Special, Colts were over acheivers and Baltimore seems to be a team of destiny this year but they are losing some key players on an already aging Defense... I'm not saying we are as good as them (except for maybe Cincy) but, I will say we are closer then to them (Colts and Baltimore) you think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by datruth55 View Post
    Only coach that I would think falls in that category would the the DB coach, who IIRC was a college coach at Purdue in the same capacity. Our DBs certainly didn't play well but a lot of that has to do with the makeup of the players and their lack of ability. Still don't think they played very well.

    The one coach I was worried about possibly leaving was Kacy Rodgers who I think has done a very good job with the D-line.
    Personally I wouldn't criticize the DBs Coach. He got Sean Smith the best year of his career, got Reshad Jones to a near pro bowl level, even made Chris Clemons look more solid than he really is, and had a bunch of injured and waiver wire guys at the other corner spots yet made it work. That's the last place I would look.

    But what about Jim Turner? Jake Long had the worst year he's had as a pro even before he got hurt. Jon Martin was a weakness the whole year and didn't progress. Did we really get anything out of Mike Pouncey that we weren't already expecting, or John Jerry or Richie Incognito for that matter?

    What about the WRs Coach? Brian Hartline had a great year but Davone Bess only had an average year for him and everyone else was absolute garbage. How does Legedu Naanee stay a starter under this guy for as long as he did? And it should be noted that Brian Hartline missed practically the entire off season and training camp, so that would cast a little bit of a shadow on the idea that our WRs Coach's coaching and development of Hartline led him to this success.

    What about the TEs Coach? Anthony Fasano had a below average year for him, Charles Clay never took the next step, and Michael Egnew was buried. Why should we assume the 1st year tight ends coach who said Pat Devlin is the next Tony Romo, is actually good at his job?

    What about the QBs Coach?
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    Quote Originally Posted by uk_dolfan View Post
    What? Is that a random drunk comment :s Miami is improving the stadium to get long term stability, improve fan experience, super bowls, college games etc but none of that matters if we don't get to the playoffs next year? ... er ok if you say so.
    They aren't going to get the money regardless but they have no chance if they continue to lose. South Florida going to spend money on a team that doesn't win? Not happening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    I mean like after our success of 2008 I dont think anyone left did they
    Well, Hoffman left for a promotion in Kansas City. My original point though was that there always seems to be some sort of change, not necessarily coaches leaving for promotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    Well, Hoffman left for a promotion in Kansas City. My original point though was that there always seems to be some sort of change, not necessarily coaches leaving for promotions.
    thats pretty inevitable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    thats pretty inevitable.
    This year looks like it will end the streak of change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Omen View Post
    in your scenario where we go 10-6 but miss the playoffs and if Ireland gets fired, I'm almost certain Ross hires his next GM under the condition Philbin stays on for at least 2014... Other then that I agree with you.



    I think the Patriots, Houston and maybe Denver are the only two teams that are far ahead of us right for next year...

    Cincy isn't anything Special, Colts were over acheivers and Baltimore seems to be a team of destiny this year but they are losing some key players on an already aging Defense... I'm not saying we are as good as them (except for maybe Cincy) but, I will say we are closer then to them (Colts and Baltimore) you think.
    GM's and coaches should be hired and fired together. Otherwise you'll have a situation like what happened to us in 2011 and the Jets this year with a bunch of guys pointing fingers at each other. Plus a quality GM will not want to work with Philbin, he'll want his own guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    This year looks like it will end the streak of change.
    well u change for two reasons, one u are successfuk so people take notice and promote your guys or you are no successful and somebody has to pay
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    Personally I wouldn't criticize the DBs Coach. He got Sean Smith the best year of his career, got Reshad Jones to a near pro bowl level, even made Chris Clemons look more solid than he really is, and had a bunch of injured and waiver wire guys at the other corner spots yet made it work. That's the last place I would look.

    But what about Jim Turner? Jake Long had the worst year he's had as a pro even before he got hurt. Jon Martin was a weakness the whole year and didn't progress. Did we really get anything out of Mike Pouncey that we weren't already expecting, or John Jerry or Richie Incognito for that matter?

    What about the WRs Coach? Brian Hartline had a great year but Davone Bess only had an average year for him and everyone else was absolute garbage. How does Legedu Naanee stay a starter under this guy for as long as he did? And it should be noted that Brian Hartline missed practically the entire off season and training camp, so that would cast a little bit of a shadow on the idea that our WRs Coach's coaching and development of Hartline led him to this success.

    What about the TEs Coach? Anthony Fasano had a below average year for him, Charles Clay never took the next step, and Michael Egnew was buried. Why should we assume the 1st year tight ends coach who said Pat Devlin is the next Tony Romo, is actually good at his job?

    What about the QBs Coach?
    Have to agree with you on all of this. The offense as a whole really didn't take a step forward. There is some talent there and what about coaching up guys to make them a little better? I'm hoping Turner has a great year and improves himself as with the rest of the staff. I'm hoping the coaching reviews by Philbin are as harsh as the evaluations of the staff. I'm hoping somehow these coaches can improve just like the players. It does happen but we need it to happen.
    Let's go Miami!!!!
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