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Which Rookie Coach Will Be the Next Kiffin?

Out of Jim Zorn, Mike Smith, John Harbaugh and Tony Sparano who will be the next Scott Linehan and who will be the next Bill Belichick?

Posted by Emil Steiner on September 29, 2008 10:00 AM
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Alex35332: I like both the Coaches of the Bay, any coach off that Holmgren tree seems to have serious odds in their favor to work out in this league. ...

delOH: Just a question, why is there zero interest in Shawn Alexander? Did that foot injury never heal? Is he a headcase? The Steelers need a quali...

OZZIE: I heard that the Cowboys, Vikings and Raiders all have interest in Shawn Alexander but the Vikings are the only team willing to give him a l...

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Bill W. :

If Sparano can't start winning big he will be out by the end of the season. Parcells hates losers and after his years in Dallas, Tony doesn't have much of track record when it comes to post season prowess. A below .500 year and he'll be dropped like the stock market.

reality check :

Zorn has the best shot at being a great coach but a Belichick? I don't think so. Belichick is the greatest ever. Zorn is a tier below.

Veesh :

How about Kiffin? He could be the next the Vince Lombardi if he could only find an owner to hire him.

Alex35332 :

I like both the Coaches of the Bay, any coach off that Holmgren tree seems to have serious odds in their favor to work out in this league. I see things working out in Miami in 2-3 years, just a matter of if Bill keeps the HC that long, though you got to appreciate the creative formations

delOH :

Just a question, why is there zero interest in Shawn Alexander? Did that foot injury never heal? Is he a headcase? The Steelers need a quality back, I just can't understand why his name is never even mentioned!

OZZIE :

I heard that the Cowboys, Vikings and Raiders all have interest in Shawn Alexander but the Vikings are the only team willing to give him a long term contract and he doesnt want to go there because he will have to split his time with Peterson.

 
 
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