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It's been relatively silent as far as interview rumors for Buffalo's coaching vacancies.  I want to remind my fellow posters that it was much the same a year ago.  Beane and McDermott seem to run a pretty tight ship when it comes to front office leaks.  We may not hear much at all before the actual hirings.

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Yeah, the silence is deafening.  Maybe somebody go down to OBD, and see if Gregggggggggg shows up.  Maybe kneecap him if he does.

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Most of these things don't occur until the Senior Bowl. Some significant exceptions of course. But that's when a lot of the hiring happens.

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4 hours ago, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

Maybe somebody go down to OBD, and see if Gregggggggggg shows up.  

 

According to Gregg, the Bills already offered him a position and he's weighing it against the other nineteen.  😉

 

 

(Note: that was satire.)

 

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HC are building their staffs. Some coaches are hoping for a promotion. Let’s see what happens over the next month.

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29 minutes ago, JoeF said:

I wonder if Jeff Scott is getting tired of the college coaching game.  Daboll should sweeten the pot by offering him the WR coach and Passing Game Coordinator title.  

 

https://clemsontigers.com/coaches/jeff-scott/

 

If he’s the guy who taught them to CATCH THE BALL, I’m all in. 

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7 hours ago, atlbillsfan1975 said:

HC are building their staffs. Some coaches are hoping for a promotion. Let’s see what happens over the next month.

Next month?

 

I think things will have to go faster than that.  At least for top names/candidates.

 

 

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At least what little has come out, has been moderately encouraging, in that we wanted to interview Kugler for O-Line coach. Someone who has a decent rep around the league.

 

It would appear we are at least looking for experienced candidates.

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9 minutes ago, FeelingOnYouboty said:

Bob Wylie for OL

Keith Armstrong for ST's

 

Armstrong was hired in Tampa for ST, no? 

 

Bob Wylie I have no comment on, as I dont know much about oline coaches. Obviously scheme and coaching matters BUT the most important thing for revamping this o-line is GETTING TALENT (i am biased against Bob because he is morbidly obese, like, dude...try salads)

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1 hour ago, PaattMaann said:

 

Armstrong was hired in Tampa for ST, no? 

 

Bob Wylie I have no comment on, as I dont know much about oline coaches. Obviously scheme and coaching matters BUT the most important thing for revamping this o-line is GETTING TALENT (i am biased against Bob because he is morbidly obese, like, dude...try salads)

 

Was he? I haven't been keeping up. I know Kugler is in Tampa. 

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5 hours ago, FeelingOnYouboty said:

 

Was he? I haven't been keeping up. I know Kugler is in Tampa. 

 

Yea Armstrong is in Tampa too. Didn't really want him and don't want Wylie - don't think he is a fit for the Bills.

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I thought this was going to be about how McD churns through his coaching staff.

 

He started with Dennison (OC) , Waufle (D line), McGeohan (WR), Gil Byrd (DB) and Castillo.  All gone after 1 year, except Castillo, who took the fall for the O-line composition after this season.  Now Robiskie, the guy who was named as replacement WR coach 1 year ago, is already gone.

 

Best advice for these guys is to sign a one year lease on a cheap 1 bedroom...

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7 hours ago, PaattMaann said:

 

Armstrong was hired in Tampa for ST, no? 

 

Bob Wylie I have no comment on, as I dont know much about oline coaches. (i am biased against Bob because he is morbidly obese, like, dude...try salads)

1) Yes

2) You base your opinion of coaches on their physical appearance? What now?

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18 hours ago, atlbillsfan1975 said:

HC are building their staffs. Some coaches are hoping for a promotion. Let’s see what happens over the next month.

 

Yep. I prefer to wait around and see what untouched leftover is available for the picking.

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13 minutes ago, Saint Doug said:

 

Yep. I prefer to wait around and see what untouched leftover is available for the picking.

Are you saying the Bills will end up with the Cranberry Sauce or the Liver and Onions????  Yuck....

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20 minutes ago, Saint Doug said:

 

Yep. I prefer to wait around and see what untouched leftover is available for the picking.

Special Team coach is the worse coordinator position available. I’d like to see them find a young guy on his way up and see the ST Cord position as a step up. 

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1 hour ago, Mr. WEO said:

I thought this was going to be about how McD churns through his coaching staff.

 

He started with Dennison (OC) , Waufle (D line), McGeohan (WR), Gil Byrd (DB) and Castillo.  All gone after 1 year, except Castillo, who took the fall for the O-line composition after this season.  Now Robiskie, the guy who was named as replacement WR coach 1 year ago, is already gone.

 

Best advice for these guys is to sign a one year lease on a cheap 1 bedroom...

 

To be fair Waufle retired. But yea.... it hasn't been a great track record especially with offensive coaches. 

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...a bit confused (as normal).....wouldn't the personnel issue be a collaborative effort between McBeane and McDermott based on a scheme consensus?....the next step would be to find personnel via draft or FA that fit the  agreed upon scheme......atfer that, wouldn't it be up t McDermott as to who his staff is between the white stripes to execute the scheme as well as train and develop players?...

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19 hours ago, GETTOTHE50 said:

HIRE BOB WYLIE. THE MAN HAS JUST BEEN LET GO. 

 

No, he's not been let go:

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On 1/9/2019 at 2:25 PM, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

Yeah, the silence is deafening.  Maybe somebody go down to OBD, and see if Gregggggggggg shows up.  Maybe kneecap him if he does.

 

Knee cap?

 

you weren’t paying attention-  cut off the HEAD and the body dies 

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1 hour ago, GunnerBill said:

 

To be fair Waufle retired. But yea.... it hasn't been a great track record especially with offensive coaches. 

 

 

How would any candidate of significance view that track record?  It's pretty bad.

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