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    Chip Kelly' fired

  • #2
    Would he be someone we would want? 2 good backs, Landry and Parker showing quickness and best of all our offensive line wouldn't have to block as long. 😄

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    • #3
      I'm not sure about Kelly....He's better than anyone we've had in a long time, but I don't think he's the answer. I expect he'll be back in the college ranks soon.

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      • #4
        He will probably go back to the college ranks, and possibly hire Lazor to run his offense because you know he isn't getting a job in the NFL.

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        • #5
          Chip Kelly 2 10 win Seasons. Sparano and Philbin combined only 1 10 or over season. Instant upgrade as long as we don't let him go shopping. Maybe he and Tannenbaum can see eye to eye. Ricky you game?
          The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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          • #6
            Hell yes you bring Kelly in.. 2- 10 win season and a transitional year 2015.. Philly is stupid, Chip would of turned it around but they cut him loose early... Chip builds winners and he's exactly what the Dolphins need... Isn't going to happen though, For one, the Dolphins owner is to stupid and another Chip goes back to College. .College is a better game, hands down...

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            • AquaXI
              AquaXI commented
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              Chip says he doesn't want to go back to College and he only wants to coach without handling Personnel side.

          • #7
            If the Dolphins hire Chip Kelly then I am done. He tired a half shitty football team into a complete disaster in Philadelphia. Sorry but that college spread out and play fast bullshit does not work in the NFL. NO THANKS.

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            • DolphinsFreak
              DolphinsFreak commented
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              No, it doesn't work in the NFL and if he was the head coach of the Dolphins and got rid of all the talented players that he did with the Eagles we would be more than a little upset with him. People on this forum thought Philbin was a joke for getting rid of that leadership council that he came up with and those guys weren't as talented as the players he ran out of town in Philadelphia. LeSean McCoy, DeSean Jackson, Cary Williams, Trent Cole, etc. Getting rid of McCoy makes sense if his racism showed up prior to the trade. He wants to accuse and NFL coach of being racist, saying that the reason he is being traded was because he was black? Does he not know that two thirds of the league is black and he was being replaced with three other black players? Yeah, McCoy is the racist in this scenario.

          • #8
            He reminded me of Saban in the regard that he couldn't relate to paid mercenaries as opposed to college kids. Philly gave him everything he asked for and he couldn't produce. He lost the team and the fans both.

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            • #9
              Originally posted by cuchulainn View Post
              He reminded me of Saban in the regard that he couldn't relate to paid mercenaries as opposed to college kids. Philly gave him everything he asked for and he couldn't produce. He lost the team and the fans both.
              Agreed 100%...As DF said, and we thought Philbin got rid of talent he couldn't relate to and/or coach, Kelly was even worse in that regard!

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              • #10
                Originally posted by Driven_Phinsane! View Post

                Agreed 100%...As DF said, and we thought Philbin got rid of talent he couldn't relate to and/or coach, Kelly was even worse in that regard!
                Yeah, I'm not interested in Kelly as a HC. I'd rather have Mangini than Kelly.

                I see us hiring a guy who will be more defensive minded and have an OC who employees a power run offense. Too bad Dan Campbell could only talk the talk.

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                • HndRkyaBong34
                  HndRkyaBong34 commented
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                  Mangini over Kelly???? Have you lost your mind Cuch! LOL

                • cuchulainn
                  cuchulainn commented
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                  When he had Penny as his QB with the Jets, he put up 9+ win seasons twice and did it with mostly with Herm Edwards teams. He knows the East and is a defensive minded coach who likes to pound the ball. He's a smart guy who the Browns should have stuck with instead of dumping him after his 2nd season with them, but #BrownsFootball.

                  Kelly did no more with the Eagles than Mangini did with the stej.

              • #11
                Kelly'e offense does not work in the NFL and Lazor's watered down version was even less effective. For me I've seen enough of it and do not want to see any more. I say no thanks to Kelly.
                While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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                • #12
                  My only issue with Kelly is his ego. In today's NFL you can't strut around like only your opinion matters and get buy in from these entitled athletes. Unfortunately Kelly, as good as he is, as an innovative offensive mind doesn't have the player personnel background or experience to run the whole show like he was in Philly.

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                  • #13
                    Does the fact that Bill Belicheat was "saddened" when Kelly was fired (they are friends...makes sense) tell us anything. Interesting that the Patsies are one of the "whitest" teams in the NFL, and (thankfully) no one has said a word. Yet.
                    Also, who says spread out/fast offense doesn't work in the NFL. The Patriots have been doing that at NEARLY the same pace as the Eagles, on and off for 12 years. They are devastating when they play in that manner. However, you MUST have a trigger man like Brady to fully realize it's potential. Kelly didn't, thus he's now unemployed.


                    Edit: Yes, Boston teams have a penchant for signing white guys. It's Boston.
                    Last edited by IMAWriter; 12-31-2015, 07:56 PM. Reason: To make a point

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                    • #14
                      Originally posted by cuchulainn View Post
                      He reminded me of Saban in the regard that he couldn't relate to paid mercenaries as opposed to college kids. Philly gave him everything he asked for and he couldn't produce. He lost the team and the fans both.
                      agreed, I give Kelly a big HELL NO

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                      • #15
                        I want a coach that can adapt the game plan and system to players abilities. Not a coach that has a system and tries to make players work in their system.

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                        • Daytona Dolfan
                          Daytona Dolfan commented
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                          What a novel idea..... I wonder if any coach has done that in the past???? :|

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