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21 hours ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

I will bet money on Daboll or Frazier not getting head coaching job.  Daboll’s resume is pretty crappy and he would be Freddie Kitchens. Frazier is basically bringing Jauron back. 

 

And in a way, I admire how delusional Rex is.  He probably looks in the mirror and seems himself all jacked. 

I wouldn’t be shocked if Frazier gets another shot at HC, but he appears to be one of those guys who is much more suited to be a coordinater. Daboll, I think if Allen develops into what we all want him to be in the next couple years he could be a hot name for HC. 

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19 hours ago, dous21 said:

I really wouldn't mind letting him go tbh

 

Daboll is nothing special. In fact I believe with a better OC Allen could be a much better QB.  Take someone from Andy Reids staff. 

 

Still a little early to arrive at this conclusion about Daboll.  Yeah, he's failed as OC in the past on some bad teams; Miami, Cleveland, and KC, all which had little talent at QB and the offensive side of the ball.  We have added talent this year, but still have room to improve.  I wouldn't judge Daboll on last year.

 

Josh Allen's problems are more a result of poor decision making (ints) and not Daboll's fault.  Daboll has tried to drill it into Josh to look for the safe out, rather than force the long ball when nothing is there.  The Bills offense has not implemented Daboll's complete offense yet due to Josh still learning the NFL QB position.  More time is needed at this point.

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On 10/9/2019 at 9:37 AM, That's No Moon said:

I realize there are only 32 HC jobs in the world and, in order to coach at this level at all, these guys have pretty hefty egos. However, anyone who thinks about taking that job without strongly considering the ownership and upper management disaster that team has been for so long is just being foolish.  

So true.  Snyder has been messing up for 20 plus years down here.  The Pegulas, after a few mistakes, have let Beane and McD run things which is the smart play since they're football people.

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13 minutes ago, Happy Gilmore said:

 

Still a little early to arrive at this conclusion about Daboll.  Yeah, he's failed as OC in the past on some bad teams; Miami, Cleveland, and KC, all which had little talent at QB and the offensive side of the ball.  We have added talent this year, but still have room to improve.  I wouldn't judge Daboll on last year.

 

Josh Allen's problems are more a result of poor decision making (ints) and not Daboll's fault.  Daboll has tried to drill it into Josh to look for the safe out, rather than force the long ball when nothing is there.  The Bills offense has not implemented Daboll's complete offense yet due to Josh still learning the NFL QB position.  More time is needed at this point.

 

My concern with losing Daboll is having churn at the OC position for our young, developing QB. Not that I so much love Daboll himself, although I am fairly happy with what I've seen so far. I'd like to have him around for another year for Josh's sake, and to see what we can do once the o-line AND wide receivers have been addressed.

 

I hope he doesnt try too hard to drill Josh into always taking the safe out. After going through so many conservative QBs who were too scared of making a mistake, I'm fine with dealing with 1 mistake per game if the guy is trying to take shots downfield. Emphasis on 1 mistake per game (Tenn) as opposed to 3 or 4 (New England).

 

Even Eric Wood said on WGR this week that Josh's risk taking is a breathe of fresh air compared to the conservative QBs he played with while on the Bills.

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2 minutes ago, DrDawkinstein said:

 

My concern with losing Daboll is having churn at the OC position for our young, developing QB. Not that I so much love Daboll himself, although I am fairly happy with what I've seen so far. I'd like to have him around for another year for Josh's sake, and to see what we can do once the o-line AND wide receivers have been addressed.

 

I hope he doesnt try too hard to drill Josh into always taking the safe out. After going through so many conservative QBs who were too scared of making a mistake, I'm fine with dealing with 1 mistake per game if the guy is trying to take shots downfield. Emphasis on 1 mistake per game (Tenn) as opposed to 3 or 4 (New England).

 

Even Eric Wood said on WGR this week that Josh's risk taking is a breathe of fresh air compared to the conservative QBs he played with while on the Bills.

 

Brian Daboll will probably be here at least another year, if not more.  He hasn't shown enough that others around the league will take notice at this point.

 

I'm sure Daboll knows Josh is a gunslinger and there is a fair amount of risk with him that is ingrained.  I think Daboll is trying to eliminate the "stupid" risks when nothing is there, which leads to interceptions.  Josh's accuracy on the long ball is not good right now, so he probably should be looking at somewhat shorter routes.

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Let’s stop pretending  Daboll wouldn’t leave for a head coaching opportunity.  This isn’t the patriots he isn’t saying “nope I’m not ready yet”. You never know if your gonna get a chance again. He is outa here if he gets offered a HC job. 

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...another positive for the Deadskins (DIS) organization for Daboll to ponder......George's kid is Danny's empty suit..........

 

Love, Hate and why I'm done with Bruce Allen

Matthew BerryESPN Senior Writer

 

As you might imagine, especially given my position, I have heard it my entire life.

It's been yelled at me, tweeted at me, asked pointedly to me on radio and TV shows, and it's been an accusation I've gotten from a few of my current co-workers.

 

Fantasy football ruins the game.

 

I remember former NFL quarterback Jake "The Snake" Plummer talking to ESPN about fantasy football. "I think it has ruined the game," he replied. "There are no true fans anymore. ... If I lost a game ... no Denver [Broncos] fan was mad because I lost, but happy because I threw three TDs."

 

Former NFL coach Todd Haley, a true football guy, told Peter King, "It's anti-team. The way fans looked at what we did on offense was so fantasy football-driven."

 

https://www.espn.com/fantasy/football/story/_/page/TMRlovehate191010/matthew-berry-love-hate-fantasy-football-picks-sleepers-busts-week-6

 
 
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3 hours ago, Happy Gilmore said:

 

Brian Daboll will probably be here at least another year, if not more.  He hasn't shown enough that others around the league will take notice at this point.

 

I'm sure Daboll knows Josh is a gunslinger and there is a fair amount of risk with him that is ingrained.  I think Daboll is trying to eliminate the "stupid" risks when nothing is there, which leads to interceptions.  Josh's accuracy on the long ball is not good right now, so he probably should be looking at somewhat shorter routes.

 

The decision makers in the NFL never cease to surprise. I bet most fans didnt think McVay or anyone from his tree were ready or known yet. But they all have HC jobs now. Did anyone think Tomlin showed enough before he landed the Steelers job?

 

I'm not arguing against you, and I'd love to see him stay. But there is a dirth of HC options, and everyone is hot on Offensive minds, so I wouldnt rule it out completely.

 

Besides Washington, I could see Denver as an option if Elway retires and they clean house. If Atlanta wants to switch to an Offensive coach and not re-tread any of the old HCs on their current staff, I could see that as a spot too.

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Sexy Rexy said people will line up for that job, and he’d take it. Snyder deserves him, and a first rate candidate would/should wait for a better job. Like Cleveland, hard to win with a lousy owner. 

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8 hours ago, WhoTom said:

 

When your players have enough talent and experience, you can run an offense that says, "Here's what we're going to do; try to stop us."

 

We're not there yet, so his "system" is:

  • be unpredictable
  • maximize the offense's strengths
  • minimize the offense's deficiencies
  • exploit the opposing defense's weaknesses.

 

I get that, but unpredictability is the only area I actually see. I don’t think Daboll really has maximized the offense’s strengths, or masked deficiencies. He hasn’t called this offense consistent with the fact that we have an elite defense with a young QB. The run game and high percentage short passing games are crucial with an elite defense. I see too much of an emphasis on establishing the passing game at times when the running game needs to be used.
 

Josh Allen is not ready to consistently take over games at this point in his career. Our offense needs to be a team effort, and sometimes it feels like our play calling is placing too much on Allen’s shoulders imo. Daboll began the season by having Allen throw on 17 consecutive plays against the Jets. That’s absolutely absurd for any team that doesn’t have Brees, Brady, or Mahomes. Eventually incorporating Singletary helped us crawl back into that game. 

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Heard this before.  He didnt even have any interviews last season.  I dont think it was due to a lack of requests.  I think he isnt interested at this time.

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I don't see what would be impressive about Daboll to the point where another team would want him as a head coach. Josh and the offense is still a work in progress and it isn't like the scheme is so unique and innovative either (It is a quality or at least decent offensive scheme but it isn't reinventing the wheel.) But then again I thought the same thing about Lynn and he got hired by the Chargers. So who knows, but I just think Daboll's head coaching aspirations will have to wait until after the 2020 season as I don't think the offense explodes in the second half of the season. But in 2020 adding a weapon or two to the skill position tree could have the offense and Josh position to be a top 10 unit. 

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