The more familiar Marrone is with his staff the better.
Marrone can hit the ground running, his terminology doesn't need to be reworked. We don't have to wait around for 3 years for everyone to get on the same page. It's kinda why I want Nassib. No steep learning curve.
Pettine knows the AFC East and he's familiar with our defensive players. I'm excited to see this new Bills coaching staff.
I finally feel like there's been a paradigm shift.
Adopt a Bill 2013: Kiko Alonso LB
I beg to differ, this season lost its momentum around week 5...
I have no control over this charisma...
Nothing wrong with what you said. I feel somewhat the same. Liked the Pettine hire and have been disappointed with bringing all the Cuse crew over. But not surprised by it either. However, go look at the 49ers staff that Harbaugh assembled and hard to argue that it is not much more impressive.
Dont think momentum has died at all. I wonder if San Fran's message board said the same when Harbaugh started bringing in all of those Stanford guys
One day soon the the sun will shine in snowy Buffalo and our bandwagon will run everyone over taking no passengers
There is no Pinstripe Bowl in the NFL, either you're playing to win the Super Bowl or you're not really playing for anything.
New head coaches fill their staff with people they have experience with and who they believe in. Shocking revelations here OP.
What were Marrone's options exactly? Did you think the former Syracuse head coach was going to attract legitimate NFL assistant coaches? He scored big with the DC. The rest of these no name coaches should be expected.
Seely - Tons of experience and one of the best special teams guys in the league.
Fangio - 12 years as Def coordinator. Worked with Harbaughs brother in Balt. Was only at Stanford one year I think.
Roman - 15 years in NFL.
Chryst - 20 years in NFL.
Donatell - 21 years in NFL
Rathman - 10 years in NFL
Salary - 20+ years in NFL
I am not a number, I am a free robot.
Read my blog of way-out-there movie reviews... and die:
El Mock-o Draft-o:
1 - CJ Mosley - OLB - Alabama
2 - Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TE - Washington
3 - Xavier Su'a Filo - G - UCLA
4 - Devin Street - WR - Pittsburgh
5 - Jawuan James - OT - Tennessee
6 - Greg Blair - ILB - Cincinnati
7 - Kirby Van Der Kamp - P - Iowa State
My thoughts are that Marrone and his staff need to be given a fair shake at coaching the team. Gailey was given that opportunity and failed. Jauron likewise. I haven't heard of many coaches comfortable with going with unknown coaches when they're hired just about anywhere and at any level of football. I concur with Shaw and several other people.
so many coaching experts on here its amazing....
sec 140 row 2 all season
you cant spell suck without S.U !
"lets end this playoff drought"
Also important to note that the Eagles came very close to hiring Brian Billick before getting Chip Kelly, guess who Billick said his #1 choice for DC would have been if he could have landed him....yep Pettine.
He hates to lose and will not accept failure.
Bottom line, I like him.
Also he is in 2013 - saying - you have to disguise, Quarterbacks are too good. If you stay in one defensive alignment then your talent better be better than everyone else's - see Dave Wannstedt.