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About MichaelWeston

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  1. 2018 Coaching prospects

    Interesting article http://www.profootballweekly.com/lists/2017/12/11/74f9ae742e8048889462ec25a260d02e/ This is my guess Bears Pete Carmicheal-Saints Bengals Paul Guenther-Bengals or Todd Haley Browns Hue Jackson-Browns Bucs Josh McDaniels-Pats Cards Kris Richard-Seahawks Colts Dave Toub-Chiefs or Matt Nagy Giants Frank Reich-Eagles or Panthers DC Wilks
  2. 2018 Coaching prospects

    LOL. I was also thinking what if the Patriots win the Super Bowl. At some point Bellicheck has to retire right? Hopefully.
  3. 2018 Coaching prospects

    Giants. Also maybe Cardinals. Maybe Lions
  4. 2018 Coaching prospects

    Last 2 hires were out of AFC North Stealers: Haley and Munchack Vikings: Pat Shumur coached in Cleveland before Ex Bengals Coaches: Hue, Gruden, VANCE JOSEPH, Matt Burke Guenther I have a very strong feeling it's Haley. I don't want it to be Haley but I don't hate it. I want Richard, Reich or Carmicheal. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todd_Haley Haley was 19-26 in his HC career. Fired midseason after a 10-6 year. Haley was fired on December 12, 2011, after leading his team to a 5–8 record during the 2011 NFL season.[14] The 2011 season began with three losses, including two blow-outs to Detroit and Buffalo. The team appeared to regroup, winning four straight games, before losing the next 5 of 6, including a complete team collapse in Haley's final game against the New York Jets. Late in that game Haley was flagged for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, allowing the Jets to complete a touchdown drive that ultimately put the game out of reach. After the loss, defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel was promoted to replace Haley.[15] Offense Ranks highly https://www.pro-football-reference.com/coaches/HaleTo0.htm This is bad news. Coaching style[edit] Haley has been described as an aggressive coach and can be combative with players.[4][19] During the 2009 NFC Championship Game against the Eagles, he had a first-half argument with quarterback Kurt Warner, then a short blowup in full view of television cameras with wide receiver Anquan Boldin later in the game.[4] He also had a spat with Terrell Owens when he was the wide receivers coach in Dallas.[4] Defending his style, Haley said "It's part of how I coach... It's part of how I motivate, and I like to think I've had some success doing it."[4]
  5. IR and Practice squads

    The second part is true. But why do the first part? Unless someone else is nabbing them. The point would be to gain the rights to more young players.
  6. IR and Practice squads

    Once the season is out of reach they absolutely put people on IR who might be able to come back but they have nothing to prove and don't want to risk further injury. This isn't people who aren't injured. It's guys who are hurt but might not be the typical season ender. A guy like Vigil, if he were a veteran makes perfect sense. At this point he needs more snaps. We are out of the playoff hunt. For the long term I think stealing some guys off other teams PS makes sense. Now they don't have to sign, so doing it early makes more sense. But with 3 games left I would bet a guy would rather play then sit. Then we retain rights for summer.
  7. 2018 Coaching prospects

    Amos, McPhee and Goldman are all starters.
  8. IR them all and start adding guys for 2018.
  9. 2018 Coaching prospects

    Marvin loved him though.
  10. IR and Practice squads

    Some options http://nfltraderumors.co/practice-squad-signings-tracker/ RB Elijah Hood-Raiders http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/elijah-hood?id=2558113 WR Malachi Dupree-Bills http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/malachi-dupre?id=2558095 Hunter Sharp-Broncos http://www.nfl.com/draft/2016/profiles/hunter-sharp?id=2555212 TE Mo Allie-Cox-Colts http://theundefeated.com/features/mo-alie-cox-former-vcu-basketball-football-future/ G Cody Wichman-Titans http://www.nfl.com/draft/2015/profiles/cody-wichmann?id=2553332 T Dillon Gordon-Eagles http://theeagleswire.usatoday.com/2017/07/30/eagles-look-for-continued-growth-from-dillon-gordon/ K Roberto Aguayo-Bears http://www.nfl.com/draft/2016/profiles/roberto-aguayo?id=2555408 LB Joshua Perry-Colts http://www.nfl.com/draft/2016/profiles/joshua-perry?id=2555326
  11. Here is who we have on the Injury report so far this week. I would take any veteran who we know who they are and who is on this list and pop them on IR ASAP. Then start grabbing guys off other teams Practice squads for the last 4 games and carry them into the offseaon
  12. My offseason

    If you can build a guest bedroom for me that would be great. Nothing super special just a window and a bed.
  13. My offseason

    This is awesome. Are you building it yourself? Where is that?
  14. My offseason

    I think that its absolutely ridiculous that you draft a guy at 9 without doing homework on him to determine if he is mentally able to pick up a playbook. I actually am thinking it wouldn't be too bad if we let Tobin go as long as he was replaced with someone. His drafts of late have not been great.
  15. My offseason

    You posted that I was posting too much of this and then you said it's been a better place to post because I am not posting as much. You are losing your marbles.

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