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|12-27-2010, 04:32 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Mike Singletary out in San Francisco
Let the Harbaugh rumors begin.........gonna be a wild January. Now if Rich Rod gets fired after their bowl, it'll really get interesting.
|12-27-2010, 09:51 AM||#5 (permalink)|
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Harbaugh will have a few options in the NFL:
San Francisco joined Minnesota, Dallas, and Denver as teams who have already fired their head coach. Likely adding to that list:
1. Carolina will not extend John Fox's contract
2. Cleveland will lose to Pittsburgh next week making Mangini 10-22 in two seasons. ESPN is already calling for his head
Eric Mangini era likely ending in Cleveland - AFC North Blog - ESPN
3. Cincinnati also is not likely to extend Marvin Lewis's (60-66-1 since 2003) expiring contract
4. Houstan has posted a 1-8 record over its last 9 games, the collapse will probably cost Kubiak his job
Tim Tebow could cost Gary Kubiak his job | ProFootballTalk
5. Miami's loss to Detriot yesterday could have been the last straw for Tony Sparano
Miami Dolphins Talking Points: Coach Watch officially begins after loss to Lions | The Daily Dolphin
6. Tennessee is 1-7 in their last 8 putting the longest tenured coach in the NFL, Jeff Fisher (1994) on the hot seat
7. San Diego missed the playoffs with their loss to the Bengals (who looked better without Owens and Ochocinco) and Norv Turner is now going to be the newest coach talked about on the hot seat.
With the 9 to 11 vacancies created, it will be interesting to see if Cowher or Gruden come down from the broadcasting booths. With the variety of opportunities at each location, I hope one is appealing to Harbaugh as it will be in NDs best interest if he bolts for the NFL.
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|12-27-2010, 10:06 AM||#6 (permalink)|
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Certainly should be a price war coupled with location and pride for Harbaugh, those two things I see as his largest components as to where he'll end up if at all - Stanford is looking up! I think he'd be foolish to stick around. But then again, he's created a program.
Tadman: You created this thread under "Notre Dame Football," which is why Phork made the afforementioned comment. I think I did this a fews times when I was fresh. A mod can relocate this thread to the right location, I believe.
In any case Tadman, thanks for the information buddy.
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