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Chip Kelly anyone?

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Vinnie2u, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. Vinnie2u

    Vinnie2u Well-Known Member

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    If Jerry decides to pull the plug on the Garrett experiment.. Do you think he goes for a older established coach.. like Cowher or Gruden.. Or does he dip into the college ranks for a innovative New guy on the block like Kelly.. Seems like the NFL is headed to a fast break, option heavy offense. Why not get ahead of the curve?
  2. casmith07

    casmith07 I'm the best poster in the game!

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    Hurricane Sandy poison the water down there in Chesapeake? We're good up here in NOVA...
  3. jayhouston12

    jayhouston12 New Member

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    that type of option offense works well in college i doubt that a full time spread option would work in the NFL not saying it can't but i doubt it would

    yeah the option is working as a change of pace but its not anyone's base offense and the only team that runs it alot is the redskins and panthers, but they don't do it full time

    however, the answer imo is a big NO! we'd have to revamp the o-line (which we should anyways) and find a quarterback who is equal to RG3, and possibly deal with the ball being pitched in mid air to the opposite team because hey......it is cowboys football
  4. viman96

    viman96 Thread Killer

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    Chip Kelly is the most aggressive coach I have ever seen. He would have to make a lot of adjustments to his offense and the way he calls a game to make it in the NFL. I have to admit I'd love to see him in the NFL to see if could pull it off.
  5. Vinnie2u

    Vinnie2u Well-Known Member

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    He would have to tweak his offense to gear to older more experienced players.. But I just want Dallas to be ahead of the curve for once..
  6. pugilist

    pugilist dwarecwby311

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    Yes please.

    or Bill Snyder.
  7. alsmith

    alsmith Member

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    I'll take Garrett, Only two year and needs more time to get his type players to run the type Offense he wants to run..
  8. pugilist

    pugilist dwarecwby311

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    actually this is his 5th year at the helm of the offense
  9. viman96

    viman96 Thread Killer

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    I like Garret which I know is not popular right now. I willing to give him more time to see what happens. Chip Kelly could be a good fit with the Eagles.
  10. alsmith

    alsmith Member

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    This is Garrett second full as the HC and his 5th as OC, but the HC picks the players that fits his system, again this is Garrett's second full as the HC..
  11. DMAC

    DMAC Member

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    I heard Arkansas was going to make a big play for Chip Kelly after season.
    Walton money speaks loud.

    He is a college coach, his style doesn't fit the NFL. I would like to have Cowher myself, and would take Gruden. But not a college coach who runs a wide open offense, just wouldn't work in the NFL.
  12. fairviewfarmer

    fairviewfarmer Member

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    Just throwing this name out (again): Bobby Stoops?
  13. dart

    dart Benched

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    LOL AT STOOPS

    plus I think Kelly can run any offense

    I think he be a good one to bring in


    AND TO THE GUY THAT METIONED COWHER

    :puke:

    THERE NO WAY I EVER WANT TO SEE HIM AS A DALLAS ANYTHING
  14. CowboyChris

    CowboyChris Well-Known Member

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    I think Synder is too old.
  15. hutch1254

    hutch1254 Well-Known Member

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    I'd want Brian Kelly before Chip Kelly. Teams that Brian builds are more physical and he obviously isn't afraid to get into someones backside.

    Chip always seems dirty to me. Like he's hiding something...that's the vibe I get anyway.

    Whether it be the current coaching staff or something new in the future, accountability for player mistakes or lack of execution needs to come with them.
  16. joseephuss

    joseephuss Well-Known Member

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    How many college coaches with no NFL experience(as an assistant coach) have had success in the NFL? The list is very short.
  17. pugilist

    pugilist dwarecwby311

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    only 7 yrs older than Coughlin
  18. Vinnie2u

    Vinnie2u Well-Known Member

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    Jimmy Johnson for one comes to mind. But yes the list is very short.
  19. trickblue

    trickblue Old Testament... Zone Supporter

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    Love Snyder... he is one of the great coaches of our time... Kansas State is a national power... KANSAS STATE...

    But he is 70... not going to start over in the NFL now...
  20. pugilist

    pugilist dwarecwby311

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    actually, yeah Snyder is probably too old

    this team of miscreants, sideshows, and dunces would probably send his poor soul to an early grave

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