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    Quote Originally Posted by Superchop 7 View Post
    John Fox ? mmmmmm no thanks. Still sticking with Dennison.
    John Fox is old and has been doing this for nine years already. How long before he just burns out? The intense strain and the endless hours just wears people down. Eventually they lose focus and can't really do it anymore.

    I say PASS!

    As for Dennison, I've seen NO indication that he's ever going to make a great HC. Looks more like another one of those guys who, in accordance with the "Peter Principle" rise to the level of his incompetence!

    Coordinators who succeed sometimes get the chance to be HC, but that doesn't mean they're all up to the task. I'd rather see Morningweg given an interview. I have no idea why Elway seems determined to pick from a bunch of 2nd raters!

    I'd be surprised if Dennison succeeds. I'd give him maybe 2 or 3 years, tops!

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    Dennison will continue his rise to power when he is hired to be the next Broncos head coach

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    Or hire Riverez

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeeingRed View Post
    Capers is a LONG shot. As is Rivera.
    So we should "settle" for a guy like Fox? Come on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoStud View Post
    So we should "settle" for a guy like Fox? Come on...
    Or we can settle for a coordinator with no HC experiance. Pick your poisin.

    Considering the state this team is in, i would rather get the guy with HC experiance personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinny View Post
    Or we can settle for a coordinator with no HC experiance. Pick your poisin.

    Considering the state this team is in, i would rather get the guy with HC experiance personally.
    If our only option for an experienced coach is Fox I would prefer just to keep Studesville.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravage!!! View Post
    Yeah.. we aren't getting the "3rd or 4th choice on coordinators." Thats just not realistic.
    Just heard that Rivera might be named "Very soon" as Panthers HC...

    SO lets see..... Chargers have to get a new Dc.. Hmmmmmm which sounds better?

    "Coach...would you like to take over the #1 defense in the NFL next year?"
    "Coach...would you like to tkae over the 32nd ranked D next year?"

    San Diego will get a better DC... because they are a better team. We MIGHT get the 3rd or 4th best DC out there.

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