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  • InsaneBlaze23
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    Originally posted by mozzerpete View Post
    Elway understands football and is a successful businessman.

    He's tried to solidify our QB situation from FA Manning to R2 Lock.
    He's built a defense that would have turned his three early SB losses into wins.

    Our OL remains a quagmire, but Elway did bring in Munchak.

    Elway will draft OL, and we'll trend north with a healthy team.

    That's something Elway does have in his favor, he has been trying. It's not like Elway has been Joe Dumars of the NFL.

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  • Narco
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    The entire franchise has taken on a culture of losing. It's become completely acceptable to be mediocre, as long as it can be argued they're trying. The team is young, the team has injuries, those are excuses and excuses are for losers. Even long time fans of the team have gotten used to the losing. It's expected now. The Broncos are the new Browns.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post
    I'd be down for Eric Bienemy as well. If we do make a change at QB, then changing the staff wouldn't be as big of a deal if he started over with Lock still at the helm.
    there's gonna be a lot of competition for EB. I'm hoping he's on the chargers shortlist of candidates this offseason.

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  • mozzerpete
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    Elway understands football and is a successful businessman.

    He's tried to solidify our QB situation from FA Manning to R2 Lock.
    He's built a defense that would have turned his three early SB losses into wins.

    Our OL remains a quagmire, but Elway did bring in Munchak.

    Elway will draft OL, and we'll trend north with a healthy team.

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  • InsaneBlaze23
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    I'd be down for Eric Bienemy as well. If we do make a change at QB, then changing the staff wouldn't be as big of a deal if he started over with Lock still at the helm.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post

    I feel like we aren’t lucky enough to get Bienemy.
    Doesn't change the fact he would be my top target if i was in chare of the finding the broncos next coach, even if i had to offer him lots of money. i really like him. i would also look at Lincon Riley and Brian Daboll over Haurbaugh. i am not 100% sure he would be in my top 5.

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  • DenverBlood
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post

    The team has a young QB and seems to be a bad team this year. they can still grow. also i wouldn't call losing by 3 points getting handled.

    Also i wouldn't say Haurbaugh would be my top choice for a coach. i want Eric Bienemy if we move on from Fangio
    I feel like we aren’t lucky enough to get Bienemy.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post

    And what exactly do you call getting handled by Michigan st this year who has been smoked by everyone else including Rutgers?
    The team has a young QB and seems to be a bad team this year. they can still grow. also i wouldn't call losing by 3 points getting handled.

    Also i wouldn't say Haurbaugh would be my top choice for a coach. i want Eric Bienemy if we move on from Fangio

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  • DenverBlood
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post

    5 and 7. Also losing to a lower tier competition is very bad
    And what exactly do you call getting handled by Michigan st this year who has been smoked by everyone else including Rutgers?

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  • InsaneBlaze23
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post

    Then he probably won't be a coach after Michigan. Also he didn't have full control over San Fran. Last time I checked Gattis was the oc and main play caller. Taking they took a pro style offense and recently moved to spread offense.
    He'll be an NFL head coach, there will be a team that gives him a chance. Probably New York Jets or the Falcons. It's even being reported though that NFL teams aren't interested, according to Pro Football Network’s Tony Pauline, Harbaugh is not highly sought-after by NFL teams.

    Unless those 2 teams i mentioned call, Jim will probably still be coaching Michigan next year. The school doesn't do mid season fires, and since it's an academic school before a sports school, they are happy with how Jim has coached the players behind closed doors, as the players are doing good in school and in the community.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post

    He has full say in everything on the offense, he has full control at Michigan. He has talent on the team, good recruits. Michigan lose games via bad play calling, not bad talent. The defense is ran by Don Brown, Harbaugh butts out of everything on defense and let's Don run it, and usually that's the only bright spot for Michigan....usually, they've always had a good defense during the Harbaugh era because of Brown and at it's peak with Mattison as the DL coach, whom had a lot of power with play calling on defense. Mattison is now at Ohio St.

    You say his style works best with a good GM, you really think Jim is gonna go from having full control over teams from Michigan, Stanford, and San Fran to just being a coach? Again you can give him talent, it's his playcalling and inability to adjust that's the problem.
    Then he probably won't be a coach after Michigan. Also he didn't have full control over San Fran. Last time I checked Gattis was the oc and main play caller. Taking they took a pro style offense and recently moved to spread offense.

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  • InsaneBlaze23
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post

    There's more at fault then haurbaugh. Plus I feel his style would work best with a good gm in the nfl. His eye for talent in my opinion seems bad.
    He has full say in everything on the offense, he has full control at Michigan. He has talent on the team, good recruits. Michigan lose games via bad play calling, not bad talent. The defense is ran by Don Brown, Harbaugh butts out of everything on defense and let's Don run it, and usually that's the only bright spot for Michigan....usually, they've always had a good defense during the Harbaugh era because of Brown and at it's peak with Mattison as the DL coach, whom had a lot of power with play calling on defense. Mattison is now at Ohio St.

    You say his style works best with a good GM, you really think Jim is gonna go from having full control over teams from Michigan, Stanford, and San Fran to just being a coach? Again you can give him talent, it's his playcalling and inability to adjust that's the problem.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post

    Not at all. He wasn’t losing games his final season the way Harbaugh has been so far.

    He also had an 11-2 first season which is as good as any Harbaugh has had.
    5 and 7. Also losing to a lower tier competition is very bad

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  • DenverBlood
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post

    Obviously you forget the Brady Hoke era
    Not at all. He wasn’t losing games his final season the way Harbaugh has been so far.

    He also had an 11-2 first season which is as good as any Harbaugh has had.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post

    Ohio St isn't the only rival. Wisconsin and Mich State are massive games. Not to mention being 1-4 in bowl games(1-1 at Stanford). Michigan only looks good against really bad teams.
    There's more at fault then haurbaugh. Plus I feel his style would work best with a good gm in the nfl. His eye for talent in my opinion seems bad.

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