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    Gruden/Spags/new OC

    i think this is what needs to be done

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    Gruden signed an exclusive agreement contract with ESPN he isnt coaching

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    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Gruden signed an exclusive agreement contract with ESPN he isnt coaching[/quote]
    i'm sure all coaches/managers in all sports who signs contracts with networks have an opt out clause

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    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Gruden signed an exclusive agreement contract with ESPN he isnt coaching[/quote]




    It is in no way exclusive inthe sense that if the guy wants to become a head coach again he will be allowed to do so. No way ESPN will force him to stay on board. They won't want that reputation.

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    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Gruden signed an exclusive agreement contract with ESPN he isnt coaching[/quote]

    Yes this is what prevents a coach from a COACHING oppurtunity....... cmon bro really.... he has to make sure he has a job

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    Everyone seems to forget that Gruden inherited Dungys team that was already a playoff contender, he lucks out and get to play his old team the raiders in the superbowl and gets a ring, that manges to destroy the bucs and leave them in the gutter, sorry, I like him on ESPN, not on the Giants sideline.
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    [quote user="Joe Morrison"]Everyone seems to forget that Gruden inherited Dungys team that was already a playoff contender, he lucks out and get to play his old team the raiders in the superbowl and gets a ring, that manges to destroy the bucs and leave them in the gutter, sorry, I like him on ESPN, not on the Giants sideline.[/quote]




    This.


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    [quote user="KillaRich"]i think this is what needs to be done[/quote]

    na i don't want to touch Gruden. Hes even starting to annoy me just listening to him once a week

    i can't imagine him being our HC
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    Re: Gruden/Spags/new OC

    [quote user="Drez"]

    [quote user="Joe Morrison"]Everyone seems to forget that Gruden inherited Dungys team that was already a playoff contender, he lucks out and get to play his old team the raiders in the superbowl and gets a ring, that manges to destroy the bucs and leave them in the gutter, sorry, I like him on ESPN, not on the Giants sideline.[/quote]




    This.

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    ye abut it was also his team that he just left in the superbowl

    EDIT: also wasn't the year before in his last year in Oakland the Tuck rule game? Oakland was in the AFC championship i think. I may be way off on that
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    Re: Gruden/Spags/new OC

    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Drez"]


    [quote user="Joe Morrison"]Everyone seems to forget that Gruden inherited Dungys team that was already a playoff contender, he lucks out and get to play his old team the raiders in the superbowl and gets a ring, that manges to destroy the bucs and leave them in the gutter, sorry, I like him on ESPN, not on the Giants sideline.[/quote]




    This.




    [/quote]

    ye abut it was also his team that he just left in the superbowl

    EDIT: also wasn't the year before in his last year in Oakland the Tuck rule game? Oakland was in the AFC championship i think. I may be way off on that
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    I think you're right, but I still think Gruden is either the most overrated (or second most overrated next to Fisher) coach on the sidelines.




    There's just something I don't like about him as a coach, even though I can't quite put my finger on it. If we were to go with a re-tread, I'd rather go with Cowher or even Billick (though I still want to punch him in the balls for his pre-SB comment about the Giants).


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