NFL Hot seat

Discussion in 'Outlaw NFL Fantasy Football' started by Phicinfan, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. Deacon

    Deacon Bacon=greatest of all!

    And its not just the fact that they score from a statistical standpoint. Look at the playoff game. At the end of the day they did have 42 pts. but the reality of the game is that they fell behind 21-0 after going 3 and out on several possessions then they went into desperation mode going for it every 4th down. 2 of their scores came on long pass plays on 4th down. This has been a disturbing pattern for the Pittsburg offense this season. The Baltimore game was the same way, they even had to scramble in desperation to beat the Browns both games.

    There is so much talent that they can't be stopped when they get serious about it, the problem is they never seem to get into any kind of rhythm or consistency until circumstances become dire and that is no way to operate on a continuous basis.
     
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  2. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    Update in bold
    Giants fired their HC and GM - Hired GM Gettleman, Hired Pat Schurmer former OC of Minnesota
    Indianapolis fired HC - Lead candidate seems to be OC of N.E. Daniels
    Detroit fired HC - last report had N.E. DC Patricia is going here
    Chicago fired HC - extened GM for two years - Hired Nagy OC of KC as HC
    Oakland fired HC - Hired Jon Gruden back for round 2
    Arizona HC has retired - Hired Steve Wilks former DC of Carolina
    Green Bay - extended HC one year, moved GM to advisor - New GM is Gutekunst
    Tampa Bay have retained their HC
    Cleveland for now have retained their HC - Hired Todd Haley former OC of Pittsburgh as OC
    Denver to retain Joseph for one more year.
    Houston - GM on year leave, New GM in Houston is Brian Gaine, HC extended 4 years
    Cincinnati are still pending - Retain Marvin Lewis as HC, Keep OC in Lazor but hired new DC in Teryl Austin
    Tennesee - Hired Mike Vrabel former DC of Houston as HC
     
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  3. Deacon

    Deacon Bacon=greatest of all!

    Tenn. is also getting rid of their current DC.
     
  4. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    Update in bold
    Giants fired their HC and GM - Hired GM Gettleman, Hired Pat Schurmer former OC of Minnesota
    Indianapolis fired HC - Lead candidate seems to be OC of N.E. Daniels
    Detroit fired HC - N.E. DC Patricia hired
    Chicago fired HC - extened GM for two years - Hired Nagy OC of KC as HC
    Oakland fired HC - Hired Jon Gruden back for round 2
    Arizona HC has retired - Hired Steve Wilks former DC of Carolina
    Green Bay - extended HC one year, moved GM to advisor - New GM is Gutekunst
    Tampa Bay have retained their HC
    Cleveland for now have retained their HC - Hired Todd Haley former OC of Pittsburgh as OC
    Denver to retain Joseph for one more year.
    Houston - GM on year leave, New GM in Houston is Brian Gaine, HC extended 4 years
    Cincinnati are still pending - Retain Marvin Lewis as HC, Keep OC in Lazor but hired new DC in Teryl Austin
    Tennesee - Hired Mike Vrabel former DC of Houston as HC
     
  5. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    just leaves IND to make a decision
     
  6. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    Last shoe has dropped, its official Indy has hired Josh McDaniels as HC for its team
     
  7. Arctic Dawgs

    Arctic Dawgs Well-Known Member

    Think I saw on TV today that he is taking the STC with him
     
  8. chrisslabaugh

    chrisslabaugh :dunno:

    Not so fast
     
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  9. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    About Face! U-Turn!
     
  10. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    Unbelievable. So here is the scenario as it was explained on TV yesterday.

    He fully agreed to terms with Indy on being their coach, and was totally ready to sign(do not believe he had actually signed yet...) and then went into offices of NE yesterday morning. In those meetings, something drastically changed, as he had told them he WAS leaving. Post those meetings, he notified Indy he was changing his mind and not coming to be their HC.

    Speculation is.......Bellicheck is done after this coming year, and McDaniels has been guaranteed to be the replacement. This is all conjecture, so don't take it as gospel. However, it is confirmed by multiple sources he went into offices and told them he WAS leaving, and post those meetings something changed.
     
  11. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Meanwhile several of the coaches that he had recruited to come with him ti the Colts had already signed contracts there and who ever the new coach is will be stuck with them.

    Additionally there are reports out that several doctors believe Luck's shoulder is not right and will require more surgery.

    The most screwed up organization in the NFL has dug their hole a little deeper.
     
  12. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    all in all, Brissett was not that bad, considering he came into the season totally cold, and was starting by week 2 or 3. He can be an okay stop gap.

    Big teller will be draft. Indy takes a Qb early, you know Luck is toast.
     
  13. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports the Colts hired Frank Reich as their head coach on a five-year deal.
     
  14. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    :eek: Wow! Great for him, he is in the exact same mold as Doug Pederson, so this could be really fun for Indy. He needs a strong Def. coach though, they grabbed the up and comer from Dallas, so can't wait to see how that meshes.
     
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  15. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Eagles lost a lot this off season.
     

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