Bengals Next Coach 2.0 (Maybe 3.0)

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    Add Vance Jospeh to the list of people who will get an interview.

    I dont want Hue, but I would rather have Hue than Vance Joseph as HC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Add Vance Jospeh to the list of people who will get an interview.

    I dont want Hue, but I would rather have Hue than Vance Joseph as HC.
    Reports are Hue interviewing today and Joseph on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    Reports are Hue interviewing today and Joseph on Friday.
    I really hope they dont go with any former Bengal coaches. However out of those two I would rather have Hue. Hopefully its neither though.

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    Eric Bieniemy will be interviewing.

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    Not sure if its been posted or not but Josh McDaniels has apparently declined an interview.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfback20 View Post
    Not sure if its been posted or not but Josh McDaniels has apparently declined an interview.
    After he took off on the Colts I'm not sure why anyone thinks he's going anywhere. Man's going to stay in New England and be the next coach there.

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    McDaniel will take the Browns job, if he's offered. No chance he passes on the opportunity to mold Baker.

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    I'd bet a large sum of money that it's either Hue or Vance. Would be beyond shocked if anyone else even has a legitimate chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    I'd bet a large sum of money that it's either Hue or Vance. Would be beyond shocked if anyone else even has a legitimate chance.
    I'm hoping neither get it. However, I may be in the minority, but if it's out of them two. I would rather have Hue. Joseph his one year as a DC when he was in Miami. His defense ranked 30th before getting the Denver job. Then did less with more in his 2 years in Denver as the HC. Neither would be good choices, but if it's one of the two. I would choose Hue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfback20 View Post
    Not sure if its been posted or not but Josh McDaniels has apparently declined an interview.
    Makes sense. I just read on CBS the two main reasons was one the front office, and two qb play. A chance to coach either Rodgers or Baker is much more appealing in terms of trying to win a super bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    I'm hoping neither get it. However, I may be in the minority, but if it's out of them two. I would rather have Hue. Joseph his one year as a DC when he was in Miami. His defense ranked 30th before getting the Denver job. Then did less with more in his 2 years in Denver as the HC. Neither would be good choices, but if it's one of the two. I would choose Hue.
    No one should be okay with Hue even getting an interview, much less the job. Dude is one of the worst coaches in NFL history.

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    Of the head coaching jobs currently available, where does everyone think the Bengals job ranks as far as being attractive to candidates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    Of the head coaching jobs currently available, where does everyone think the Bengals job ranks as far as being attractive to candidates?
    Without a shadow of a doubt, very bottom of the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    Without a shadow of a doubt, very bottom of the list.
    Because of Mike Brown?

    If we ranked the opportunities by rosters, I don't think the Bengals would be at the bottom of the list, would they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    Without a shadow of a doubt, very bottom of the list.
    Easily, Browns is probably the best job available.

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