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Who has the best resume of available coaches?

bLiTz 2k : 1/6/2018 12:09 pm
Fans such as you and I are exhausting over all of these potential coaches, hoping that our team makes the right pick. Its a scary proposition because we all know the wrong choice can set the franchise back more than a few years.

With that said, the #1 thing we have as fans to go by are their resumes. Which available coach do you feel has the best resume? This is putting their potential and intangibles aside for a minute.

--My choice is Shurmur and I don't really think its even close. This is a guy who has been successful literally everywhere he has been, and aside from being the victim of a full house cleaning by a dysfunctional Cleveland team after a brief stint, I think he has the most impressive track record.

Thoughts? Who has the best resume for you?
Leader, leader, leader.  
Ivan15 : 1/6/2018 12:21 pm : link
Nothing else matters. You can find good coordinators.
John Fox and Mike Shanahan.  
Big Blue Blogger : 1/6/2018 7:00 pm : link
So much for resumes.
Mike Smith has a great resume  
Sean : 1/6/2018 7:03 pm : link
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Smith’s resume is just weird.  
Big Blue Blogger : 1/6/2018 7:40 pm : link
Look what he was doing the first 17 years of his career. 12 seasons at Tennessee State - mostly coaching special teams - did not presage a bright NFL future. Compare that to what guys like Fox and Shanahan were doing in their 30s.

Smith does boast a nice regular season record, though his performance in the playoffs removes some of the shine. Also, Quinn’s record, since inheriting a team that went 10-22 the previous two years, is actually better.
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