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    Is it time for Marty Ball?

    Hopefully the Childress era comes to an end soon, but I was trying to think of which available coaches would bring a system to fit our personnel.

    1. Marty Schottenheimer
    2. Bill Cowher
    3. Brian Billick

    Honestly anyone but the slow, and stubborn CHILLY(and I hate his stupid looking mustache)

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    He did take away some of my opinion that he is stubborn by making this decision.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    "majek21kg" wrote:
    Hopefully the Childress era comes to an end soon, but I was trying to think of which available coaches would bring a system to fit our personnel.

    1. Marty Schottenheimer
    2. Bill Cowher
    3. Brian Billick

    Honestly anyone but the slow, and stubborn CHILLY(and I hate his stupid looking mustache)
    Leslie Frazier with Billick on OC. We already lost Tomlin, lets keep this guy.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    What about Fraiser seems so good to you?
    I don't see anything about our DC that makes him stick out as someone we Need to have.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    "marstc09" wrote:
    He did take away some of my opinion that he is stubborn by making this decision.
    Very true, but he was too stubborn to bring in a QB in the off-season to compete with TJack, and he was too stubborn when everyone said TJack wasn't ready yet. Don't forget how long it took him to use AD more last year.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    Martyball?

    Haven't people already been complaining about how "boring," "uninventive," and "predictable" the offense is?
    How the hell is Schottenheimer going to change that?

    Lmao.

    And as I brought up in another thread, does anyone seriously think Cowher is going to rewrite his entire defensive playbook for our 4-3 defense? Or would he be happy to just inherit the defensive playbook the Vikings already have? I will say that we do not have the personnel to run the 3-4, so it would have to be one or the other.

    And Billick. You can't be serious. Why don't we just resurrect the corpse of Vince Lombardi? We'd probably be more likely to win games.

    Again, I think if the Wilfs are going to make a push for a coach who already has NFL head coach experience (and obviously there are plenty of assistants who would be able to take the job) it would have to be to get Mike Holmgren to take a "sabbatical" to Minnesota. The hitch is that he would want to be the GM and the coach. This was a power that was stripped from him in Seattle, and many in these parts (Pacific NW) reckon that the insult of him losing his GM job is why he's leaving.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    What about Fraiser seems so good to you?
    I don't see anything about our DC that makes him stick out as someone we Need to have.
    Because the last one we had who's defense wasn't as good is now head coach of a top 5 team while we suck assballs with Childress.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    I do not like Chilly because he is not good looking.
    It is a real shame we lost Tomlin
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    "majek21kg" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    He did take away some of my opinion that he is stubborn by making this decision.
    Very true, but he was too stubborn to bring in a QB in the off-season to compete with TJack, and he was too stubborn when everyone said TJack wasn't ready yet. Don't forget how long it took him to use AD more last year.
    Like I said, he only took away some.

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    Re: Is it time for Marty Ball?

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "majek21kg" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    He did take away some of my opinion that he is stubborn by making this decision.
    Very true, but he was too stubborn to bring in a QB in the off-season to compete with TJack, and he was too stubborn when everyone said TJack wasn't ready yet. Don't forget how long it took him to use AD more last year.
    Like I said, he only took away some.
    LOL, maybe just a little bit
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