Discussion in 'Philadelphia Flyers' started by Halladay, Jan 5, 2020.
You could fit this dude's ears in BOB's buttchin dimple
Wasn’t he one of Chip’s guys? I honestly had no idea he was working with Penn State this year.
Browns probably paying this guy like a legitimate head coaching candidate too.
Yup. His QB coach. Ryan Day replaced him.
edit: Musgrave was in between. Completely forgot he was here.
Soooo...not up for the "walter payton man of the year" i take it?
A minor update with a significant detail:
Former NFL star Antonio Brown waved a ‘bag of d--ks’ at cops. Police banned him from PAL
I've been imagining his neighbors peeking out through their drapes in terror
I’d have to imagine everybody on his block has correctly identified him as the crazy neighbor on the block at this point.
His house looks like it's the size of the block.
Eagles gotta give Joe Brady all of the money to be this team’s OC. Holy moly would that be a fun offense.
It’s finally mock draft season.
I don’t doubt Brady is a good football mind but I’d still be concerned with a one year sample with historic QB play & the fact by all accounts he isn’t the play caller there.
Prior to this year he was a GA at Penn State for two years & an offense assistant with the Saints the following two years. He’s on a historic rise through the coaching ranks.
Please. By all means ask DC how the "no GM" structure has worked for them.
The one minor concern I had about Rhule just got obliterated. They're going to be scary with a QB.
Damnit Joe Brady
Yeah I’m not like trying to dump on the guy if either of my teams would have hired him I would have been optimistic even if there was some caution in there for reasons stated above.
His stock is white hot right now & I’m guessing in part he jumped ship is he set a standard there this year that just isn’t repeatable for him or anyone to replicate.
I just don’t really know how much to credit him for the success (teams will obviously have a better idea than me as just a fan from the distance) & it’s not really a large sample to draw from. He’s still absolutely worth the gamble but I can understand even from NFL teams if there’s some pause there.
Is the Dawkins stuff regarding hiring him as secondary coach fake news?
Is he being hired as an OC?
Carolina makes sense. Most of the appeal in being an OC is playcalling. You're not going to be a primary playcaller here, which is why my expectations are tempered for the next OC.
I’d imagine so. I wouldn’t really see the point of leaving LSU if he was just going to be a position coach.
His official titles at LSU was WR Coach/Passing Game Coordinator. But I’d imagine that was going to change with his extension there for next year. Steve Ensminger was the OC/QB Coach by titles & by most accounts the main play caller there.
So yeah it basically looks like he got the keys to the offense there.
There’s some talk he could bring Moorhead on board. Moorhead I believe is getting some OC looks in in college (Oregon specifically).
those ears man. I cant stop looking at those ears
Holy hell. That might be the best player to retire early yet. Good for the guy if he wants to though.
Best, not most valuable.
The latest in a growing line of football players to say "it isn't worth it playing on this shitty team"
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