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Old 01-03-2006, 12:23 PM   #1
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Default could mularkey replace wisenhunt....

...if by chance he were fired and wisenhunt got a head coaching job? i dont think either will happen but if it did would mularkey be the most logical choice or would the steelers just go into another direction? who else would be looked at as an o coord. (it does seem like mularkey has cut out alot of the mularkey with his coaching style with the bills but i havent really watched many of their games since he took over.
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Old 01-03-2006, 12:28 PM   #2
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lol, Mularkey was supposed to turn this franchise around after the 9-7 season last year... Where did they go? *Looks for Buffalo in the playoffs* hmmmm.... *looks for Buffalo out of the playoffs....* Oh there they are 5-11... I don't think Pittsburgh wants that. Their offense was 28th, and their defense was 29th...
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To me Mularkey was way over rated before he got that job with the steelers he didnt have to do much. OK Bettis run the ball and I will throw in a trick play here and there. Never thought he was cut out to be a HC or even a GOOD OC.
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Default Re: could mularkey replace wisenhunt....

wasnt crennell supposed to turn the browns around? i guess since he sucks so bad the patriots wouldnt take him back? crennell would be welcomed back with open arms. not saying this is the case with mularkey and pittsburgh but donahoe and losman havent really helped his cause.
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Default Re: could mularkey replace wisenhunt....

Buffalo have probably been the most disappointing of all the AFC East teams this year.

Miami are certainly showing some signs of steady improvement and Saban seems to be a tactically astute coach who is in tune with his roster.

The Jets have had awful bad luck with injury to QB's this year - and Curtis Martins production has fallen off dramatically due to teams stacking the box and an unhealthy O-Line.

Buffalo seem unsure if they have their QB of the future in J.P.Loserman - and Willis McGahees claims of being the 'best back in the NFL' seem awfully foolish now.

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Default Re: could mularkey replace wisenhunt....

Crennell to me actually made that team better this season. But to me unlike Mularkey, Crennell actually took a lousy Defense and made it better
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Buffalo have probably been the most disappointing of all the AFC East teams this year.

Miami are certainly showing some signs of steady improvement and Saban seems to be a tactically astute coach who is in tune with his roster.

The Jets have had awful bad luck with injury to QB's this year - and Curtis Martins production has fallen off dramatically due to teams stacking the box and an unhealthy O-Line.

Buffalo seem unsure if they have their QB of the future in J.P.Loserman - and Willis McGahees claims of being the 'best back in the NFL' seem awfully foolish now.

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Well we all new this is why the Patriots are in the Playoffs you didnt need to clarify!
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Hey man just busting your chops
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wasnt crennell supposed to turn the browns around? i guess since he sucks so bad the patriots wouldnt take him back? crennell would be welcomed back with open arms. not saying this is the case with mularkey and pittsburgh but donahoe and losman havent really helped his cause.

lol i'm not even going to reply to that because it is ridiculous... this is the best record Cleveland has had since they made the playoffs in 2002.

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