Twitter: Mike Nolan one to look for as DC

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  1. MikeB80

    MikeB80 Well-Known Member

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    his linebackers kicked azz in new orleans this past year.
     
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  2. AmariChill

    AmariChill Well-Known Member

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    I feel sick....something's off....
     
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  3. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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    I'm actually a big fan of Mike Nolan as a DC.

    He's a guy that schemes and makes things difficult on a QB.

    I would love Mike Nolan.
     
  4. Hennessy_King

    Hennessy_King Well-Known Member

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    Yup sign me up
     
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  5. Mind_Liberator

    Mind_Liberator Andrei Kostitsyn

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    Lolol

    It's a good day in Dallas today!
     
  6. MikeB80

    MikeB80 Well-Known Member

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    he is an old school guy who was with wade and reeves. The guy has seen it all and has been everything from a head coach to a wr coach in the nfl.

    he is a great hire and especially if they bring more people of his background on his staff.

    if I remember correctly he wanted to wear the suit in SF because of his admiration of Tom Landry.
     
  7. Parcells4Life

    Parcells4Life Well-Known Member

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    When running a 4-3 does Nolan blitz or play the god awful Tampa 2/Cover 3
     
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  8. SeanLee50

    SeanLee50 Well-Known Member

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    This would be a great hire. He fits what Rod couldn’t ... get the most his players.

    Can he bring AJ Klein with him?
     
  9. MikeB80

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    he has always been aggressive. I think his time in baltimore made him more aggressive.

    fun fact also this will be his third defensive coordinator job in the NFC east.
     
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  10. MonsterD

    MonsterD Quota outta absentia

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    And so it begins again same thing as Phillips/Garrett
     
  11. chicago JK

    chicago JK Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully he can get the most out of linebackers with one good leg and cornerbacks allergic to interceptions.
     
  12. blueblood70

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    why would Nolan make a lateral move ? no way he could stay with a better team and staff..he wont leave unless its for a promotion as his contract also prohibits a lateral move..
     
  13. calicowboy54

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    well at least we get Architect of the Defense that helped Jim Harbaugh win all those games in SF in 1st 3 years.
     
  14. MikeB80

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    would depend on who is the DC if he isn't. he could have multiple titles here under a coordinator like Lewis.

    Lewis could be hired as assistant head coach and nolan as DC. The only thing there is no way jerry is paying lewis for that type of that job.
     
  15. Sydla

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    I have zero problem with Moore being back.

    As long as McCarthy is OK with it and it was not forced upon him.
     
  16. blueblood70

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    as much as I dont want that to happen, MM can teach KM further in the offseason and they can blend their schemes.. KM did finish with the #1 offense and yes I know it was mostly padded against bad teams but they all count.. 113 point differential etc Im sure MM can work with that and again give his input on changes etc..

    I mean KM is a lot more up to date with todays NFL offenses and might be a good protégé for McCarthy..
     
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  17. blueblood70

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    actually hes been known to pay his assistants well close to the same or moore then the HC in some cases.. didnt he give Garett a huge raise to stay as OC , there were others I cant Remember off hand....im not worried about money as jerry spends plenty..
     
  18. Jake

    Jake Curmudgeon

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    Mike Nolan's father, Dick, worked for Tom Landry for years as a player and then a coach.
     
  19. SoBlue128

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    It will be interesting to see Moore’s playbook rather than Garrett’s with Moore’s added wrinkles.
     
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  20. Aven8

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    Nolan is a stud
     
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