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    This will answer it all.
    Do you think any other teams would hire Zac as their QB coach?
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    Sherman and T'hill did not win at A&M and they are not winning here. I would like to see T'hill with different coaches to see what he could do.
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    I believe after 6 years with the same guy that a change is never a bad thing to maybe look at your technique and decisions with a new pioint of view. They aren't terrible but I really think Sherman sees flaws in Ryan's game that may not be flaws at all. Sometimes when you ahve a pupil that long you continue to look at them the same way again and again. I think he needs a new coach to get him to the next level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Namor View Post
    This will answer it all.
    Do you think any other teams would hire Zac as their QB coach?

    Maybe as someone to deliver Peyton's or Brady's coffee.. but certainly not to develop a raw QB looking up at a steep learning curve where his alternative points of professional reference are Matt Moore and Devlin







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    Quote Originally Posted by Namor View Post
    This will answer it all.
    Do you think any other teams would hire Zac as their QB coach?
    I don't know, but rumor has it that he's extremely highly regarded and has aspirations to be a Head Coach in the NFL (we heard the same rumors about Jason Garrett when he was QB coach). Just because he is Sherman's son-in-law doesn't mean that he doesn't have talent. While many on here are extremely critical of Tannehill, I see good improvement and believe that he can be a successful QB. If this is the case, then maybe Zac Taylor has had something to do with his development to date.
    It is always difficult when family members are appointed. Even if they do a good job the perception is often bad. I would expect that Joe Philbin would not tolerate incompetence and if Taylor was there only on the family connections, he wouldn't survive. Be open to the possibility that Zac Taylor is good.
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    You could be correct, but I'm also open to the possibility that entrusting a valuable raw talent to someone who never coached QBs at any level nor has any experience with NFL QBs or the defenses he faces, based on blind faith is as il-conceived as entrusting your own personal wellbeing as a passenger to a first time 747 pilot who flew a Cessna a few years ago. Leaving either to fate is a nebulous idea IMO.

    Quote Originally Posted by spiketex View Post
    I don't know, but rumor has it that he's extremely highly regarded and has aspirations to be a Head Coach in the NFL (we heard the same rumors about Jason Garrett when he was QB coach). Just because he is Sherman's son-in-law doesn't mean that he doesn't have talent. While many on here are extremely critical of Tannehill, I see good improvement and believe that he can be a successful QB. If this is the case, then maybe Zac Taylor has had something to do with his development to date.
    It is always difficult when family members are appointed. Even if they do a good job the perception is often bad. I would expect that Joe Philbin would not tolerate incompetence and if Taylor was there only on the family connections, he wouldn't survive. Be open to the possibility that Zac Taylor is good.
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    Better line a true tight end and a running back that goes north n south not dances behind line .
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    Quote Originally Posted by tay0365 View Post
    It may be very RaRa of me to say this considering he really has no experience, but I would love to see Penny given the job of QB Coach.
    I thought that I heard him interviewed and he'd prefer to breed cattle and coach kids than become an NFL coach. He'd be very good but I don't think he's interested. Unless he changed his mind.
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    The fact that The son in law is the QB coach is ridiculous. Taylor has never developed a pro QB in his life. Why this franchise would draft a seemingly franchise QB and then proceed with a nepotism hire of Sherman's son in law is beyond me. Just another reason the Fins flounder. This staff is sub par, flat out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    You could be correct, but I'm also open to the possibility that entrusting a valuable raw talent to someone who never coached QBs at any level nor has any experience with NFL QBs or the defenses he faces, based on blind faith is as il-conceived as entrusting your own personal wellbeing as a passenger to a first time 747 pilot who flew a Cessna a few years ago. Leaving either to fate is a nebulous idea IMO.
    Vaark - your logic is solid, I can't argue with you. Entrusting the most valuable raw talent to walk into the joint in 14 years, to someone who never coached QBs at any level and with no NFL experience seems preposterous. However, I repeat, the raps on Taylor are that he is extremely good and has a big coaching career ahead of him. Time will tell.
    BTW - most guys I know would hate the thought of working directly for their father in law.
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