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Old 01-24-2006, 11:03 AM   #21
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Default Re: al davis to "raid" steelers coaching staff?

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Originally Posted by tony hipchest
the rooneys better give wisenhunt a hefty payraise. john clayton was talking thismorning that he is the #1 option for the raiders. look at his resume and you can see why al davis is drooling:

took a 6-10 team to 15-1 in his 1st year with a rookie qb
reached the sb in his second year. averaged 29 ppg down the stretch and into the playoffs
top rushing offense
qb who leads the league in yds / attempt

heres what the raiders have to offer that may have wisenhunt drooling:

$$$$$
potential for a strong run game with lamont jordan
randy moss/ jerry porter to go deep
d. culpepper??? probably not but a. davis wants to bring in a good qb. if they have to groom a rookie wisenhunt has proven he can do that.
That's a good arguement but Ken Whisenhunt is the beneficiary of having a lot more offensive talent to work with in Pittsburgh(which makes him look like a Superstar)than he will ever have in Oakland.

Another thing to think about is will Whisenhunt really want to leave the Steeler/Rooney organization which is known for being very stabile with their coaches and players and also for their overall team decision making........to go to Oakland and head up a team in a present state of disarray along with having to deal with an elderly/control freak owner.

Head coaching job or not it's a bad move.
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