JohnNord Posted January 21, 2022 Share Posted January 21, 2022 (edited) Thought of this while listening to Brandon Beane’s press conference about Joe Schoen (by the way, Beane put him over like a million dollars) Am I correct, in assuming in was Ted Marchibroda signing with Indianapolis 31 years ago!?!?!? I know former Bills head coaches have gotten jobs after leaving Buffalo (Wade, Gregggggg, Mularkey, St, Doug), but I can’t remember a time when a current Bills OC or DC was hired by another team. In fact, outside of Daboll and Frazier, I believe that only assistants to even get looks were Ted Cottrell and Jerry Gray…. maybe Elijah Pitts? Still, if I’m correct that’s a pretty damning statistic given the state of the franchise over the past 3 decades before McDermott. The logical solution is when teams fail to make the playoffs if the HC does take the fall, the coordinators do. There probably wasn’t one who was successful enough to keep his job Also, out of the 4 consecutive Super Bowl trips, how was Marchibroda the only assistant to get a head coaching gig? And also outside of Brian Gaine in 2018 and now Schoen, I don’t think the Bills have had someone from the front office leave GM. Edited January 21, 2022 by JohnNord 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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