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    Sajid28 is offline Coordinator
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    If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    What would you do?

    Keep Chiller and the squad for one more year, so you can fire him in 2010 and bring in Cowher, Shanahan, or Marty Shottenheimer?

    Fire him now?

    or other?

    p.s. More than likely with the departure of Sharper and Birk, things dont look good with an already beat up o-line. With Sharper gone and Tyrell coming in, he didnt look good yesterday, will we see more of the same?


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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    "Sajid28" wrote:
    What would you do?

    Keep Chiller and the squad for one more year, so you can fire him in 2010 and bring in Cowher, Shanahan, or Marty Shottenheimer?

    Fire him now?

    or other?

    p.s. More than likely with the departure of Sharper and Birk, things dont look good with an already beat up o-line. With Sharper gone and Tyrell coming in, he didnt look good yesterday, will we see more of the same?
    If I could bring in shannahan or Cower, i'd wait until next year to fire him!!... I don't think there is a viable coach out there right now really.. however, i don't think Chilly has done enough to keep his job or stay off the hotseat going to next year!

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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    "bleedpurple" wrote:
    "Sajid28" wrote:
    What would you do?

    Keep Chiller and the squad for one more year, so you can fire him in 2010 and bring in Cowher, Shanahan, or Marty Shottenheimer?

    Fire him now?

    or other?

    p.s. More than likely with the departure of Sharper and Birk, things dont look good with an already beat up o-line. With Sharper gone and Tyrell coming in, he didnt look good yesterday, will we see more of the same?
    If I could bring in shannahan or Cower, i'd wait until next year to fire him!!... I don't think there is a viable coach out there right now really.. however, i don't think Chilly has done enough to keep his job or stay off the hotseat going to next year!
    billick and shottenheimer are not bad options.. but shany and cowher are better and would make us a contender quick. however, ur right, chilly hasnt done enough to keep his job or stay off the hotseat going to next year.


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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    Nooooooo, they are keeping Childress!

    Absolutely," the Vikings president replied when asked if the team planned to bring back the coach and his staff for a fourth season after the playoff loss.

    I cant stand another season with this guy as head coach, please God no!!!!!!!

    Might as well skip next season and wait for 2010!
    THAT OLD LADY IS NOT ME..HAHA

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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    Keep Chilly, but demand he bring in a real OC to run the offense.

    p.s. fire the ST coach.

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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    "seaniemck7" wrote:
    Keep Chilly, but demand he bring in a real OC to run the offense.

    p.s. fire the ST coach.
    +1 along with the wr, RB, QB and O-line coaches.... RB coach bc AD still can't pass block!

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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    If i was Zygi i would go vacation in the Bahamas and take the next 6 months relax... while flying out potential Free Agents...

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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    I would allow Childress to stay and build off his current success as a .500 coach.

    He should be able to eek into the playoffs and lay huge eggs for a couple more years before he's sent on his way.

    I think his 9-year plan is working perfectly.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    "C" wrote:
    I would allow Childress to stay and build off his current success as a .500 coach.

    He should be able to eek into the playoffs and lay huge eggs for a couple more years before he's sent on his way.

    I think his 9-year plan is working perfectly.
    LMAO!!!

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    Re: If you were Zygmunt Wilf...

    I'd sell the team to Bill Cowher
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