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  1. #91
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    Re: Ravens thwarting Redskins hiring of Rex Ryan?



    Quote Originally Posted by highwater View Post
    Hiring Dennis Green would actually be an uncharacteristically good move by Al Davis, but I'm not sure why Green would want the job. Maybe the challenge of lifting the Raiders out of the ashes appeals to his competitive nature, but working for Davis sounds like a nightmare for a HC.
    I wasn't all that impressed with the job Green did out here. A great many of his decisions were very suspect and they couldn't be blamed on the Bidwill's because they are taking pretty much a hands off approach the last few years. Green had all the authority and power he could have asked for and still didn't accomplish that much. Of course, as I say I loved his meltdowns.
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  2. #92
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    Re: Ravens thwarting Redskins hiring of Rex Ryan?

    Seriously folks. There's been a lot of arguing on this board about how they didn't like the way the Billick firing and subsequent coaching search was handled, but look at what is going on in Washington and Oakland and we should be thanking our lucky stars we have the front office we do. Sure, it wasn't a perfect situation, but at least we aren't dealing with those train wrecks.




  3. #93

    Re: Ravens thwarting Redskins hiring of Rex Ryan?

    Quote Originally Posted by Losac
    Seriously folks. There's been a lot of arguing on this board about how they didn't like the way the Billick firing and subsequent coaching search was handled, but look at what is going on in Washington and Oakland and we should be thanking our lucky stars we have the front office we do.
    That's for sure -- Snyder interviewed Gregg Williams four times and then fired him! How does that happen? I guess he must have finally said something wrong in that fourth interview.

    Bisciotti didn't look very good in how he handled the Billick firing, but he's no Snyder, and definitely no Al Davis, who appears to be crazy.




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