Who is the next DC? (1 Viewer)

Who will be the DC?

  • Romeo Crennel

    Votes: 127 49.6%
  • Keith Butler

    Votes: 21 8.2%
  • Lovie Smith

    Votes: 16 6.3%
  • Mike Singletary

    Votes: 8 3.1%
  • Reggie Herring

    Votes: 1 0.4%
  • Jim Tomsula

    Votes: 19 7.4%
  • Winston Moss

    Votes: 6 2.3%
  • Eric Mangini

    Votes: 8 3.1%
  • John Chavis

    Votes: 3 1.2%
  • Kirby Smart

    Votes: 5 2.0%
  • Todd Grantham

    Votes: 25 9.8%
  • Ricky Jackson eats Tacoes/name your DC.

    Votes: 17 6.6%

  • Total voters
    256
  • Poll closed .

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I'd like to know who the saints are actually looking at before we start pulling up polls....
 
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by the time we start learning about who is all being "looked at" it will be too late for a poll. This is based on our own SSF wish list of DCs.
 

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I would include Pepper Johnson on that list.
 

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why not jack del rio as part of ur poll.eric mangini wont leave the mothership for a dc job.
 
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Del Rio is a DC elsewhere,

Pepper Johnson was in my list... but I forgot Tacoes option and Pepper got bumped in favor of Tacoes, sorry.
 

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I'd really like them to go after a young guy from a good coaching tree. I don't want another re-hash coach/coach that may have been a product of his HC/HoF Players.
 

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my bad.i forgot.still like crennell over singletary.and btw kcirdor.love the monty python pic u have one of my favorite movies of all time
 

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why not jack del rio as part of ur poll.eric mangini wont leave the mothership for a dc job.

I wouldn't leave either. He's getting paid to sit in a chair and tell Skip Bayless and Steven A. Smith how wrong they are.
 

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John Mitchell might be a good pick
 

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After reading the 1 Gap v 2 Gap thread I'll ask; can Crennel run the 1 Gap, or is he strictly a 2 Gap coach?
 

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I've read so much in the last 18 hours about possible candidates, I now have a headache. And for that reason, I'm too disoriented to vote.

That said, Fletcher Mackel just did a story talking about Life with Spags and named two coaches to keep an eye on.

One was Winston Moss (listed above). The other is one I don't recall reading about last night in the various threads popping up here, but maybe his name did get mentioned and I missed it. Either way, he's not on the poll, so he would fall under the Rickey Jackson eats tacoes choice I guess.

Corey Chamblin/head coach/Saskatchewan Roughriders

Chamblin is a young, defensive-orientated coach who seems ready to make a move to the NFL as a coordinator.Corey Chamblin/head coach/Saskatchewan Roughriders

Offsides With Fletcher Mackel
 

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Kacy Rodgers Dline coach for the Dolphins, Worked in Dallas 2003-2007 under Parcells. When Parcells went to Miami as VP he and Sparano brought Rodgers with them to be a position coach there, he has remained there through coaching changes in Miami.
 

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