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That's my guy right there.

Dude is a magician getting the output he does with shit for QB's and no RB's.

 

 

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The Jets have also been linked to Monken, who was the head coach at Southern Miss before joining Dirk Koetter’s staff in Tampa. Former Jets and current Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick endorsed Monken this week.

“I’m telling you: He’s got it,” Fitzpatrick said, via Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. “He’s got the ‘It factor’ as a head coach.”

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At this point, Monken is my number 1 choice. 

 

Has called plays.

Familiar with the college, spread offense. 

Did a very good job reviving Southern Miss.

His cousin is a very good coach at Army who surrounded himself with some innovative assistants. Hopefully that’s hereditary. 

 

My my only concern is the lack of development from Winston and the horrid running game. 

 

All things considered, he seems to be the most qualified. 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Madieu Superstar said:

At this point, Monken is my number 1 choice. 

 

Has called plays.

Familiar with the college, spread offense. 

Did a very good job reviving Southern Miss.

His cousin is a very good coach at Army who surrounded himself with some innovative assistants. Hopefully that’s hereditary. 

 

My my only concern is the lack of development from Winston and the horrid running game. 

 

All things considered, he seems to be the most qualified. 

 

 

He had shit for QB and RB and still had the Bucs as the #3 overall O.

 

that's pretty impressive.

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12 minutes ago, Jamie_B said:

He had shit for QB and RB and still had the Bucs as the #3 overall O.

 

that's pretty impressive.

Well they did draft a RB in round 2 this year and got nothing out of him. That’s concerning. 

 

But he seems like a solid, under the radar option 

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25 minutes ago, Jamie_B said:

He had shit for QB and RB and still had the Bucs as the #3 overall O.

 

that's pretty impressive.

That's tough because their D was so bad the offense might have gotten lots of opportunities. 

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42 minutes ago, Jamie_B said:

He had shit for QB and RB and still had the Bucs as the #3 overall O.

 

that's pretty impressive.

4-5 game stretch of fitzmagic carried them to that??

plus going against the Bengals once always helps (the game they had the most yards all year)

I am not saying that he isn't the guy..they were just very pedestrian whenever they went against an decent defense

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On 1/3/2019 at 12:47 PM, MichaelWeston said:

Fitzpatrick is a Free Agent BTW. 

You mean Ryan "Way Better Than Dalton" Fitzpatrick could come in for Jeff "Way Better Than Dalton" Driskel?

I'm intrigued.

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3 hours ago, LostInDaJungle said:

You mean Ryan "Way Better Than Dalton" Fitzpatrick could come in for Jeff "Way Better Than Dalton" Driskel?

I'm intrigued.

Can you imagine having a QB to go to when Dalton plays bad? 

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3 hours ago, LostInDaJungle said:

You mean Ryan "Way Better Than Dalton" Fitzpatrick could come in for Jeff "Way Better Than Dalton" Driskel?

I'm intrigued.

Tan, rested and ready bitches

 

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4 hours ago, SF2 said:

Tan, rested and ready bitches

 

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And to think, that’s a fucking Ivy Leaguer.

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He has ties to Jack Del rio who would make a ton of sense as a DC. 

 

As for an OC. He has ties to the OC's at Auburn and Oregon. 

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On 1/7/2019 at 5:13 PM, MichaelWeston said:

I could easily get behind him and a rookie QB. 

I'll take Dalton and a rookie..but why the fuck would we want fitz.

He has like 3 good games a year and sucks the rest.

Dalton is way better than him and already under contract.

 

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Fitz would cost nearly as much as Dalton as well - use Dalton for another year and assess whether you keep him for the 2020 or trade him for value. Meanwhile, fix the OL and LB's.

 

Any sensible coach would see it this way. 

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1 hour ago, fluhartz said:

I'll take Dalton and a rookie..but why the fuck would we want fitz.

He has like 3 good games a year and sucks the rest.

Dalton is way better than him and already under contract.

 

He would know Monkens system completely and ease a transition for a rookie to it. 

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13 minutes ago, MichaelWeston said:

He would know Monkens system completely and ease a transition for a rookie to it. 

Are you planning on the rookie starting and having Fitz to lean on and get help with the offense?  if so... maybe I can see it (still probably not)

If you are planning on Fitz starting and the rookie learning behind him...fuck that.. he can learn how to throw interceptions from anyone..

Dalton is way better than Fitz.. if the rookie can't learn the offense in a year no matter who is there..why the hell did we draft him?

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I doubt many of us want Fitz back here other than for the humor aspect. 

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So the buccs have hired arians and arians is hiring byron leftwhich to be OC.

 

So pretty much Monken is jobless.

 

He is officially my #1 i want to coach.

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