Hot coaching candidates this offseason (I'll keep updating this):
Dirk Koetter (Signed a 2 yr extension to remain Falcons OC) Mike McCoy (Broncos OC - Hired as new Chargers Head Coach) Jay Gruden (Will Remain Bengals Offensive Coordinator) Bruce Arians (Colts OC - Hired as new Cardinals Head Coach) Chip Kelly (Oregon HC - Hired as new Eagles Head Coach) Bill O'Brien (Will Remain Penn St. Head Coach) Jon Gruden (It's being reported he will stay at ESPN for now) Ray Horton (Cardinals DC - Looks like he is the favorite to become the Browns new DC) Mike Nolan (Will remain Falcons Defensive Coordinator) Mike Sullivan (Will Remain Bucs Offensive Coordinator) Andy Reid (Recently fired Eagles HC - Has been hired as new Chiefs Head Coach) Keith Armstrong (Will Remain Falcons Special Teams Coach) Ken Whisenhunt (Recently fired Cardinals HC - Hired as new Chargers Offensive Coordinator) Greg Roman (Will Remain 49ers Offensive Coordinator) Kirk Ferentz (Will Remain Iowa's Head Coach) Doug Marrone (Hired as new Bills Head Coach) Tom Clements (Will Remain Packers Offensive Coordinator) Joe DeCamillis (Hired as Bears new Special Teams Coach/Assistant Head Coach) Pete Carmichael Jr. (Looks like he will remain Saints Offensive Coordinator) Gus Bradley (Seahawks DC - Hired as new Jaguars Head Coach) Rob Chudzinksi (Panthers OC - Hired as new Browns Head Coach) Marc Trestman (Montreal Alouettes HC - Hired as new Bears Head Coach)
New Hires For All Head Coaching Vacancies:
Arizona Cardinals: Bruce Arians
Buffalo Bills: Doug Marrone
Chicago Bears: Marc Trestman
Cleveland Browns: Rob Chudzinksi
Jacksonville Jaguars: Gus Bradley
Kansas City Chiefs: Andy Reid
Philadelphia Eagles: Chip Kelly
San Diego Chargers: Mike McCoy
New Coordinator hires:
Arizona Cardinals: Harold Goodwin (OC) Todd Bowles (DC)
Buffalo Bills: Nathanial Hackett (OC) Mike Pettine (DC)
Carolina Panthers: Mike Shula (OC)
Chicago Bears: Aaron Kromer (OC) Mel Tucker (DC)
Cleveland Browns: Norv Turner (OC) Ray Horton (DC)
Dallas Cowboys: Monte Kiffin (DC)
Denver Broncos: Adam Gase (OC)
Indianapolis Colts: Pep Hamilton (OC)
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jedd Fisch (OC) Bob Babich (DC)
Kansas City Chiefs: Doug Pederson (OC) Bob Sutton (DC)
New Orleans Saints: Rob Ryan (DC)
New York Jets: Marty Mornhinweg (OC)
Oakland Raiders: Greg Olson (OC)
Philadelphia Eagles: Pat Shurmur (OC) Billy Davis (DC)
San Diego Chargers: Ken Whisenhunt (OC)
St. Louis Rams: Tim Walton (DC)
Tennessee Titans: Dowell Loggains (OC)
Last edited by irondarts : 02-15-2013 at 02:20 PM.
I am sad to see Lovie go. He was a great coach here but the success was not equaling out with the talent we had.
We've played in a division not talented outside of GB yet DET and MIN have made the playoffs the last two seasons and not us. Results and better showings on offense need to be made.
As far as possible candidates go, I have heard of Mike McCoy's interview. I wouldn't mind if they gave our S/T coach Dave Toub an interview. If not, the big name guys like Gruden and my ultimate wish, Bill Cowher, would be ideal.
I like Mike McCoy on that HC candidate list. Anyone know anything about the Falcons OC? If Eagles cant land a proven HC I rather go for a assistant on a winning team. Over college coaches.
Dirk Koetter is a very well respected offensive mind and is known for developing QB's and running an explosive offense. A lot of people credited him with having a huge role in the Falcons success this year because he transformed their offense from the vanilla run dominated offense Mularkey ran and implemented a pass heavy attack that fully utilized Julio Jones and Matt Ryan.
He's only been a Head Coach at the College level, but he had great success at Boise State (20-5 in his last 2 years at Boise) and had middling success at Arizona State. His high point at ASU was 2004 when they went 9-3.
Overall I think he'd be a good choice. Definitely is a great offensive mind.