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    Quote Originally Posted by PalladinInNC View Post
    Would love it if the Ravens brought over Kubiak as OC, Munchak as OL coach and fit Frazier in somewhere among the defensive coaches!
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    The Ravens would be wise to look at some cast offs this off season...Kubiak would solve a lot of problems.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    The Ravens would be wise to look at some cast offs this off season...Kubiak would solve a lot of problems.


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    I would be even more head over heels for Kubiak than I was last year for Norv.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    I would be even more head over heels for Kubiak than I was last year for Norv.
    If Kubiak is smart, he takes a year-off from coaching. Having a near-stroke is your body telling you that life-style changes need to be made.

    Then again, maybe being an assistant, and not the HC would be change enough?




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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    If Kubiak is smart, he takes a year-off from coaching. Having a near-stroke is your body telling you that life-style changes need to be made.

    Then again, maybe being an assistant, and not the HC would be change enough?
    Having stone cold, Joe Cool for his QB might make things easier on him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    If Kubiak is smart, he takes a year-off from coaching. Having a near-stroke is your body telling you that life-style changes need to be made.

    Then again, maybe being an assistant, and not the HC would be change enough?
    agree, being an OC on a successful team could de-stress him. Caldwell has really disappointed me this year (by that I mean the Ravens O, which I thought would have to carry the team after all the D losses.)
    Harbs tends to hire people in his network, I don't know if he and Kubs have ever crossed paths.
    at least we probly won't have to worry about our coordinators leaving for HC jobs this year (some sarcasm intended...)
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    Everybody hires people in their network. Which is why I've thought for about 3 weeks that Kubiak is gonna get a call from an old colleague going into a lameduck contract year, who doesn't want to fire his son, errrrrrr, I mean, current OC, and has an owner willing to overpay for an "Offensive Consultant". That's just my wild speculation, though. And, who knows if that old friend is even going to coach that lameduck season, since I don't think he's going to win another game the rest of the year.




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    Kubiak would be a great addition, although making such a drastic scheme change (Coryell to West Coast) might be tough for Joe and the offense. The one thing that's always been true with Kubiak is that he plays to the strength of his personnel and gets as much production as possible out of guys. Matt Schaub overachieved for years in his system until he just this year fell apart. Hiring Kubiak would go a long way to getting more out of our OL, too. The man can coach up offense, plain and simple.

    Fill in the blanks: a Gary Kubiak offense. Rocket-armed QB with underrated athleticism. Speedy deep threat receiver on one side, sticky-handed 6'4 guy with great route running on the other. A great receiving TE who moves like a WR. A highly athletic offensive line blocking for a do-it-all running back. That could either be the 97-98 Broncos or the 2014 Ravens.




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    Kubiak runs a more pure zone blocking system down there doesn't he? Would we expect him to bring that up here or do we think he would be open to purer man system?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Kubiak runs a more pure zone blocking system down there doesn't he? Would we expect him to bring that up here or do we think he would be open to purer man system?
    Oh man, I forgot about that. Castillo would be happier than a pig in shit to have another ZBS guy here. Do we want that? MORE ZBS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    Oh man, I forgot about that. Castillo would be happier than a pig in shit to have another ZBS guy here. Do we want that? MORE ZBS?


    Great point.

    Though, I'd hope that after two seasons they'd have figured it out.
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    I'd take Kubiak in a second as our OC, ZBS and all.

    He knows how to install and run it properly. He did it in Denver and has been doing it with great success in Houston.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'd take Kubiak in a second as our OC, ZBS and all.

    He knows how to install and run it properly. He did it in Denver and has been doing it with great success in Houston.
    What's the word on him in Houston? And if they let Schaub walk will there be cap ramifications? I figured you'd probably know since it's likely in your local news
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    What's the word on him in Houston? And if they let Schaub walk will there be cap ramifications? I figured you'd probably know since it's likely in your local news
    I check in to Houston sorts talk radio when there's some big news. I will give it a listen today and get the vibe but even a few weeks ago, it was all about Kubiak will be gone.

    Schaub will most likely be cut, IMO. I think he's only counting $3.5 Million in dead money of they get ride of him. Since they have Keenum playing on the cheap next season, he's the logical choice if they don't go after a QB in the draft.
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    I thought they'd dump Kubiak early, but at this point, why bother? I don't think they consider Wade Phillips a viable replacement at HC, so there's not really anyone to evaluate at HC.

    Can't imagine he sticks around though
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