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Three to piss you off. When it comes to any type of search - whether it be a coach Shaquil Barrett Jersey , GM, free agent, etc - in the NFL, there always seems to be plenty of candidates to consider. Whether or not those candidates
live up to expectations is a whole different story. Everyone usually has three
types of lists when it comes prospective candidates for jobs in the NFL:
realistic candidates, dream candidates, and stay-the-hell-away candidates. The
Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired Dirk Koetter on Sunday in an expected move. Here is
my list of who I think would be a good fit, a terrible fit, and a dream fit to
replace the now-departed head coach. It makes the most sense to go with...1) Vic
Fangio I’ve been following Fangio since his days at Stanford. He has always been
able to put together good defensive units despite what he has on the roster.
While it seems that Fangio is happy in Chicago, he did interview for the head
coaching position before Matt Nagy was hired. When it comes to hiring coaches
under contract, there isn’t any issue as long as the wanted coach isn’t making a
lateral move and both teams agree to the move. Therefore, there are no hurdles
to clear if Tampa Bay wants Fangio and Fangio wants Tampa Bay. The offense is
there and a talented defensive mind like Fangio could be the missing piece that
rounds out this team. 2) Kris RichardI wouldn’t necessarily like the move, but
I’d be on board with it. Richard’s resume is pretty impressive overall, but it
does lack in certain areas. He was let go by the same coach that brought him to
the NFL in Pete Carroll. He was a part of the construction of the Legion of
Boom, but it’s hard to know how big of a role he played. Gus Bradley and Carroll
were also major players in shaping the unit. But you can’t deny the fact that
everywhere he’s gone, he’s had success. He’s also young and comes from a good
coaching tree. Kris Richard is a prime candidate for the Bucs. Matthew
Emmons-USA TODAY SportsThat seems to be the hiring trend in today’s NFL and it
wouldn’t be a bad thing to see the Bucs hop on board. 3) Pete Carmichael, Jr.
It’s surprising that you don’t hear this name more often when it comes to head
coaching vacancies in the NFL. Carmichael has been the New Orleans Saints’
offensive coordinator since 2009. While it’s Sean Payton’s offense, Carmichael
has had extensive time learning under Payton and took over playcalling duties
when Payton was suspended during the 2012 season. The Saints finished with the
second ranked offense in the league in terms of total yards and were third in
points. Carmichael is also young. He’s just 47 and has been interviewed for a
head coaching gig before, so the interest is there to be had. Plus Mike Alstott Jersey White , it wouldn’t hurt stealing someone from a rival team. I’ll paint my body in pewter and red if...1) The Bucs hire Bruce
Airans. Maaaan, this would be awesome. Too bad there are a ton of dominoes that
would have to fall in order for this to happen. Airans even said as recently as
December 4th that he had no desire to coach the Green Bay Packers. One would
think Green Bay is a much, much better job than Tampa Bay. If he isn’t
interested in coaching the Goat, then he probably wouldn’t want to come to the
Bucs, either. Regardless, if the Glazers could somehow find a way to lure him
in, it’d be the biggest hire since that guy with the bowl cut and they’d get a
little bit of the fan bases’ respect back. 2) Tampa Bay makes the trade for John
Harbaugh. Like the hiring of the look-alike Chucky doll, there is a possibility
that the Bucs could make a trade for the long-tenured coach of the Baltimore
Ravens. It’s hard to believe the report earlier in the season about Harbaugh and
the Ravens parting ways. The main reason being that Jason La Canfora was putting
out the report, but now that the Ravens have made the playoffs, it seems even
more unlikely that the two sides will split. John Harbaugh would look good in
pewter and red. Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY SportsBut, if there is even a shred of
truth to this that opens a door for the Bucs - I’m all in. Harbaugh has been
solid, if not very good during his time in Baltimore. 3) They don’t promote from
within.This would be a disastrous move. While there are some coaches on the
current staff that have promise, said promise is set come in the future and not
the present.There wasn’t any area of consistency on this team, either. The
quarterbacks turned the ball over, the running game was back and forth, the
offensive line sucked. The defensive line didn’t turn it on until the latter
half of the season. the linebackers underperformed, and the secondary was
non-existent throughout the year. There’s been a lot of talk lately as to how
the Bucs are one of the worst jobs in the NFL. That’ll be proven true if they
promote from within and can’t bring in someone from the outside.I’ll become a
Saints fan if....1) Jim Harbaugh is coaching Jameis Winston. Yea. The “other”
Harbaugh. Not Jack, though. He’s cool. Sure Lavonte David Jersey , Harbaugh had success in the NFL, but that was also almost five years ago. He was a tremendous help in resurrecting Alex Smith’s
career, but Smith has flourished since he and Harbaugh split. He also brought
along Colin Kaepernick. That didn’t last long, however, as the 49ers fell to 8-8
just two years after they reached the Super Bowl. I don’t know why he hasn’t
been able to translate his success to the college game, but that is alarming.
Outside of recruiting, the college game is an easier beast to tame. He’s 1-9
against top-10 since he’s been at Michigan. That type of trend needs to stay out
of Tampa Bay. Please keep this man in Michigan.Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports2)
This team belongs to Dan Campbell. It really bothers me that there is even the
slightest of momentum in regards to hiring Campbell. Nothing against Campbell
nor the people who want him in Tampa Bay. I don’t think less of you for wanting
him here. But I do believe you need to examine the reasons why with much more
detail. He went 5-7 as interim coach for the Miami Dolphins. There were a couple
of good years when he coached Charles Clay in Miami, but outside of that, his
players have never really been a major factor. Campbell would be an even bigger
risk than Harbaugh, but not the ultimate risk. Don’t worry, the suspense won’t
last long, because the ultimate risk is next up in line. 3) If I have to listen
to Gregg Williams run his mouth year-round.Don’t. Please, just don’t. Williams
is overtly obnoxious and overtly alpha - if there is such a thing. Everything he
does is over the top and I’m pretty sure he likes it that way. I’ll give him a
lot of credit for the job he’s done in Cleveland, but hopefully they make the
mistake of giving him the job and not the Bucs. He should have about seven
different opportunities to get hired this year, anyway. I mean, he’s got it
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