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  • broncolassiter
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    Not every coach will want to work with Elway. Most Denver fans love the guy but outside of Denver it is another ball of wax. The next HC will have to be able to work with Elway. I think any coach will want to win now, but not any coach will be able to get along with John.

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  • BroncoFanSam
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    Originally posted by KWHIT97 View Post
    The only thing that might make this job undesirable is the pressure to win now. Elway expects results right away.
    As a coach, if you were hired by the Broncos, the pressure to "win now" is there. We are only 1 or 2 pieces from the complete package, and proper execution.

    If this organization isn't hiring or looking a a coach with a "win now" mentality, we have the wrong person!

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  • darryn16
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    Originally posted by BeavisBronco View Post
    One interesting thing to remember about Kubes retiring - the Broncos have never won a Super Bowl without Kubiak. He was OC for the first 2 and HC for this last one of course. He will be missed and will forever be a part of this great organization! Here's to Gary and wishing he and his family health and happiness with this decision. He will forever be a Denver Bronco to many of us.
    Hmmm, good point. Maybe keep him on in a consultant capacity that way he remains 'with' the team?

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  • KWHIT97
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    The only thing that might make this job undesirable is the pressure to win now. Elway expects results right away.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by aditheman View Post
    I think it's obvious. Pariani is the magical link
    He left Denver after 2004 and was the Syracuse OC in 2005, maybe Denver wins the Super Bowl that year if he had stayed?

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  • aditheman
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    Not just Kubiak, they haven't won a Super Bowl without Brian Pariani or Rick Dennison either. Maybe one of those two is really the magic one?
    I think it's obvious. Pariani is the magical link

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by BeavisBronco View Post
    One interesting thing to remember about Kubes retiring - the Broncos have never won a Super Bowl without Kubiak. He was OC for the first 2 and HC for this last one of course. He will be missed and will forever be a part of this great organization! Here's to Gary and wishing he and his family health and happiness with this decision. He will forever be a Denver Bronco to many of us.
    Not just Kubiak, they haven't won a Super Bowl without Brian Pariani or Rick Dennison either. Maybe one of those two is really the magic one?

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by JJBroncoFan View Post
    Agreed, Rams job is full of questions and not many answers. Jags are really overrated, free agent and draft winners. Bills are an interesting job, but more than likely already filled. The Broncos job is far away the best opportunity for any coach.
    Apparently the Rams have asked the Saints for permission to talk to Payton. That would be interesting, and if it happens I would guess that the Saints will regret the contract extension they gave to Brees.

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  • BeavisBronco
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    One interesting thing to remember about Kubes retiring - the Broncos have never won a Super Bowl without Kubiak. He was OC for the first 2 and HC for this last one of course. He will be missed and will forever be a part of this great organization! Here's to Gary and wishing he and his family health and happiness with this decision. He will forever be a Denver Bronco to many of us.

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  • bronx_2003
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    Originally posted by JJBroncoFan View Post
    Agreed, Rams job is full of questions and not many answers. Jags are really overrated, free agent and draft winners. Bills are an interesting job, but more than likely already filled. The Broncos job is far away the best opportunity for any coach.
    I agree that the Broncos job is probably the best one but the Jags have a ton of talent on both sides of the ball, they just need to put it all together.

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  • JJBroncoFan
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    Originally posted by bronx_2003 View Post
    Its been reported that TC is not interested in the Jags for some reason.

    The Jags job is desirable but not sure why you mention the Rams ?

    Their D is solid but not elite, and their offense is terrible. No weapons in the passing game (apart from a gadget receiver in Austin), a poor OL, and Goff is only a rookie but looked awful. Plus Tennessee have their round one pick (#5)

    The Rams is one of the least desirable gigs imo
    Agreed, Rams job is full of questions and not many answers. Jags are really overrated, free agent and draft winners. Bills are an interesting job, but more than likely already filled. The Broncos job is far away the best opportunity for any coach.

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  • bronx_2003
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    Originally posted by FlowdaBroncoFan View Post
    Because people are allowed to have opinions and be realists.
    Its been reported that TC is not interested in the Jags for some reason.

    The Jags job is desirable but not sure why you mention the Rams ?

    Their D is solid but not elite, and their offense is terrible. No weapons in the passing game (apart from a gadget receiver in Austin), a poor OL, and Goff is only a rookie but looked awful. Plus Tennessee have their round one pick (#5)

    The Rams is one of the least desirable gigs imo

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  • JJBroncoFan
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    Originally posted by FlowdaBroncoFan View Post
    Because people are allowed to have opinions and be realists.
    Yes, people have a right to their opinion, of course. Being a realist about it implies there's logic and reason to it, care to share your thought process on it? The Broncos are a year removed from being Superbowl champions, have a winning culture, and a GM that has quickly become one of the best (if not the best) in the league. I'm not sure how any of these other teams can compete with that.

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  • Alaskajoe
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    Originally posted by broncolee View Post
    I don't see how the job becomes the most desirable.


    It might rank above some openings, but I don't think it is necessarily at the top of the list.
    Why not? Top 3 defense. Top front office. Explosive wide outs. A good running back stable (when healthy). Very taleneted Youth on every level. And at minimum 40million in cap space and possibly more if Elway restructures talibs contract. Also the knowledge thst JFE will do everything in his power to put the best team on the field.

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  • FlowdaBroncoFan
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    Originally posted by JJBroncoFan View Post
    How could anyone, let alone a fan of this team, suggest this isn't the most desirable job opening in the NFL?
    Because people are allowed to have opinions and be realists.

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