Who Replaces Quinn?

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  1. Cowboyny

    Cowboyny Well-Known Member

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    When a coordinator has some much success, especially with a national team, he is good as gone. Any fall from success, it would hurt his stock, must capitalize on this opportunity.
     
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  2. Cowboyny

    Cowboyny Well-Known Member

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    The reason why I don't think they look outside the organization is the success they had this season. Why fix something when it's not broke? Whitt has put in the time and was even the defensive playcaller when Quinn was out with covid. Just look at the job he has done with our secondary, Diggs, Kearse had career seasons.
     
  3. blueblood70

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    hes not gone yet, debate it if and when it happens, we have games top prepare for, big ones.,.
     
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  4. morasp

    morasp Well-Known Member

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    Ask me again when Quinn leaves.
     
  5. blueblood70

    blueblood70 Well-Known Member

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    x100 this place so bored with playoff talk that they bring up things that are far from happening if they happen at all.?? first he would have to leave, then we see when he leaves who's left..the same one s available now may not be available by then.
     
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  6. morasp

    morasp Well-Known Member

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    Exactly, biggest game of the year so far on Sunday and there isn't nearly as much discussion about it as I thought there would be.
     
  7. blueblood70

    blueblood70 Well-Known Member

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    nerves i guess.
     
  8. Hook'em#11

    Hook'em#11 Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully no one. But, that's a dream.

    Now, the OC Coord??? I damn sure hope someone does.
     
  9. quickccc

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    - Joe Whitt has some history and familiarity with HC McCarthy during their GB days. i think he was DB coach at some point.

    - Besides MM, i would think the Jones would also buy into a Quinn like scheme and familiarity to where the players don't have to learn a whole new system from an outside DC.

    - Not only Joe Whitt, ..but could current senior asst. George Edwards also be in consideration.
    Not only does the ex-Cowboys LB, have past experience as a DC, with various teams, he's been in both 4-3 and 3-4 schemes.

    And now being a part of the Quinn coaching staff, Edward's now familiar with the Quinn scheme.
    * That is very essential and key in continuing with Parson -who is in my opinion even as a rookie is already our best catalytic impact defensive player.

    - A critical point of a DC, is how he implements a scheme that fits and suits to the strengths of his players .... not forcing players to fit his particular scheme.

    - We don't want a DC that is so stuck his scheme that has Parsons being a conventional middle LB and takes away the things he does best.
     
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  10. Captain-Crash

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    wade phillips, then he does a garrett on mccarthy
     
  11. quickccc

    quickccc Well-Known Member

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    1) Doug Nussmeier (currently QB coach)
    2) Joe Philibin (promoted to OC, James Camben takes over the OL; Philibin was MM's OC for many years in GB)
    3) Bob McAdoo (currently a consultant)

    - Nussmeier would be lead candidate, imo as he's worked with Dak/Kellen since the transition from Linehan to Kellen and we want Dak
    to continue with the system he's working in vs having to re-learn a whole new system.
     
  12. buddieluver

    buddieluver Well-Known Member

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    Nussmeier last job as OC ranked 104th in the nation in scoring offense, 144th in total offense, and 127th in red zone conversions.
     
  13. buddieluver

    buddieluver Well-Known Member

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    Zimmer comes off as a hard *** Jefferson needed 17 yds to break Moss record when asked he said he knew but did not care.
     
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  14. quickccc

    quickccc Well-Known Member

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    Apples and oranges when comparing with college vs NFL , especially when considering what quality player personnel dept. (McClay) can give coaches.
     
  15. quickccc

    quickccc Well-Known Member

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    Maybe, . but our interest be in his ability to be DC for our defense, not as a HC.
     
  16. atlantacowboy

    atlantacowboy Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, if you need a special teams coach. I'm sure he'll end up back on Belecheks staff or move to Alabama and work under Saban.
     
  17. Ranched

    Ranched "We Are Penn State"

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    Rowdy! :rolleyes:
     
  18. CouchCoach

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    Zimmer is a 4/3 D guy and was not really a Johnson coach, he was more of a Parcells coach so he might fit in better.
     
  19. john van brocklin

    john van brocklin Captain Comeback

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    Did he leave?
    Think their's a good chance he stays.
     
  20. Reid1boys

    Reid1boys Well-Known Member

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    sorry it doesnt meet your requirement, but Mike Zimmer makes a lot of sense. Not who I want.... because i dont care who it is.
     
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