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  • Mike Shanahan - Interviewing Tuesday

    Shane ONole@ONole 32s32 seconds ago
    Mike Shanahan is interviewing with @MiamiDolphins for HC vacancy Tuesday, @NFLonFOX has learned. Looks like Shanahan is interviewing tomorrow...still my top choice..." Story being posted ASAP





    Former Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan is scheduled to meet with the Miami Dolphins for a second time, league sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter.

    The interview will come Tuesday, Fox Sports was first to report.

    He also met with the team on Tuesday, Dec. 22, in New York, where the second meeting will also take place.


    The 63-year-old Shanahan's last NFL coaching job was with the Redskins, where he led the team from 2010-13, going 24-40 and making the playoffs once. His greatest success came with the Broncos, where he won two Super Bowls in a tenure that lasted from 1995 to 2008.

    In addition to the Dolphins, Shanahan is likely to have some interest in theSan Francisco 49ers' open head-coaching job, Schefter reports.Shanahaninterviewed with the team last year.

    Among the other candidates the Dolphins appear to have interest in areChicago Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase and Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin.

    The Dolphins fired Joe Philbin earlier this season, and interim coach Dan Campbell won five games in seven starts as the team finished 6-10.

  • #2
    Mike Shanahan has privately been obsessed with Ryan Tannehill, and runs the schemes that fit perfectly with this franchise.

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    • cuchulainn
      cuchulainn commented
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      Kiss Of Death.

    • Dolfan1
      Dolfan1 commented
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      I had heard that Shanny had a big blow up with Snider because he wanted to draft Tanne and Snider over rode him and took RG3. Look at the bright side, we'll have a rhyming duo, Shanny and Tanne.

  • #3
    With the Broncos he had some GREAT offensive lines. It didn't matter who their running back was, that running back was going to be a 1,000 yard rusher without even trying. If the Dolphins are going to hire someone to "help" Tannehill I would prefer it to be Shanahan over Gace.

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    • #4
      Gace scares me because all of the sudden he's the next great offensive mind (though working with Headcase Cutler has to give you some kind of bonus points!) With Gase & similar offensive names thrown about, i have flashbacks of Cam CaMORON!

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      • #5
        Originally posted by Driven_Phinsane! View Post
        Gace scares me because all of the sudden he's the next great offensive mind (though working with Headcase Cutler has to give you some kind of bonus points!) With Gase & similar offensive names thrown about, i have flashbacks of Cam CaMORON!
        In My Opinion Adam Gace is a joke!! Everyone has an opinion and how can opinions be wrong? Well, they can be wrong if ANYONE tells you that Adam Gace helped improve Peyton Manning's game. Give me a break!!!!!!! What has Gace done? He helped Jay Cutler?? Helped Cutler do WHAT?!?!?!?!?



        Jay Cutler 2014 WITHOUT Adam Gace

        370 of 561 with 3,812 Passing Yards and 28 Touchdowns 18 INT's


        Jay Cutler 2015 WITH Adam Gace

        311 of 483 with 3,659 Passing Yards and 21 Touchdowns and 11 INT's




        HOW HAS GACE IMPROVED CUTLER'S GAME AT QUARTERBACK ?

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        • cuchulainn
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          Those are the superficial numbers... Cutler's efficiency went way up. Less INTs and fumbles, lower INT rate, better YPA, 4 fouth qtr comebacks, less sacks, and the highest adjusted yards per attempt and passer rating of his career. These are what Gase are getting credit for with Cutler, who is a notorious ahole and headcase.

        • cuchulainn
          cuchulainn commented
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          Haley - Yikes. Don't like him at all.

        • DolphinsFreak
          DolphinsFreak commented
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          I am thinking that IF Cutler did improve in those areas it might have to do with the fact that they finally decided to bolster their offensive line rather then focus on their defensive line like they normally do. The Bears usually focus on getting run blockers but this past year they did what they could to go out and find some better pass blockers so I think they should get credit for Cutler getting more time and for his INT numbers being slightly lower.

      • #6
        I like Shannahan, I just hope the game hasn't passed him by and he can still command the respect of a locker room. Hopefully if hired he doesn't do to Suh what he did to Hansworth (trying to get him to play a position he is not suited for). Although I'm not comparing the lazy Hanesworth to Suh, because Suh is a different type of player from a work ethic standpoint.

        This would definitely benefit Tannehill moreso that any of the other names being tossed around IMO.

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        • #7
          Originally posted by Idahomer View Post
          I like Shannahan, I just hope the game hasn't passed him by.

          That's my major concern as well...

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          • #8
            It "might" be a risky hire but I think if Ross wants to fill seats there are probably two names that might do just that; Mike Shanahan, or Mike Shula. I think Shanahan would fill seats from his reputation and Super Bowl wins, Mike Shula would fill seats because fans will be hopeful that they are seeing the beginning of something special, a new age of a long time coach taking over the reins of his father. That would be amazing to see in my opinion.

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            • #9
              I'd be fine with either Mike or Kyle Shanahan. We know we'd run the damn ball for sure. No idea where Omar comes up with his horseshit about Shanahan being ''privately obsessed'' with Tannehill. It was widely known that Shanahan wanted to draft Tannehill in Washington and did not want to draft RG-Me.

              Regardless, we could do a lot worse than Shanahan provided he still has the drive and we are going to give him 4 years. A long time for someone his age.

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              • #10
                Originally posted by DolphinsFreak View Post
                It "might" be a risky hire but I think if Ross wants to fill seats there are probably two names that might do just that; Mike Shanahan, or Mike Shula. I think Shanahan would fill seats from his reputation and Super Bowl wins, Mike Shula would fill seats because fans will be hopeful that they are seeing the beginning of something special, a new age of a long time coach taking over the reins of his father. That would be amazing to see in my opinion.
                Ross will one day figure out that the only true way to fill seats is to win...or who knows, maybe he'll never figure it out....

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                • DolphinsFreak
                  DolphinsFreak commented
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                  I'm betting on the latter.

                • Driven_Phinsane!
                  Driven_Phinsane! commented
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                  Unfortunately that's where i'd place my money as well...

              • #11
                Gace, this is what I'm talking about, this guy hasn't done a damn thing and all of a sudden he's great....quit watching ESPN and watch the Tube, what you see is what you'll get, not what some dumbarse reporter is telling you....

                Shanny the Rat would be my 2nd or 3rd choice, would rather Mike Shula or McDaniels, but Snider screwed up, had to have Randell and RGME, both have been bust....funny thing, Shanny The Rat wanted RT all along before the RGME pick....

                I've said this before, we will have a great OL and I also believe that if Shanny the Rat has the drive, we will make the playoffs, he knows talent and picks them up....You damn sure play great or watch from the sideline, something Miami hasn't tried yet....

                Gace, that will drive the nail in the coffin for the Dolphins....

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                • DolphinsFreak
                  DolphinsFreak commented
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                  I agree. Unfortunately, Mike Shula is not going to take any interviews as long as the Panthers are still playing this season. So, the Dolphins might end up settling for someone like Gace who is undeserving of the job, or some other clown that will drive this team into the ground.

                • London Fish & Chips
                  London Fish & Chips commented
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                  Yep I see it happening, take someone who sucks right now and forget about all the potential that is still playing....

              • #12
                Originally posted by Seadog View Post
                ...funny thing, Shanny The Rat wanted RT all along before the RGME pick....
                That right there makes me think that maybe the game has passed him by..the senile old fart, lol...

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                • London Fish & Chips
                  London Fish & Chips commented
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                  He didn't want Randell or RGME, so maybe not...

                  I'm still on the fence about RT, that's like saying AR of Green Bay sucks....say what you want he looks like shyt, and if you can't blame the OL of the Dolphins, surely one can't blame the poor OL of GB

                • Driven_Phinsane!
                  Driven_Phinsane! commented
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                  Difference being that one is a future HOF QB going through a rough patch; who has been to the postseason numerous times, won SB's, is an absolute stud ELITE QB..while the other's whole career so far has been nothing but a rough patch...

              • #13
                A whole thread for the Rat. "Oh boy, this is a surprise Clark. This is just a real nice surprise. Just a real nice surprise"

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                • #14
                  In defense of Shanahans age at 63 Dick Satan is 64 and if he wanted to coach in the NFL again the red carpet would be rolled out for him with full power and a parade.

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                  • DolphinsFreak
                    DolphinsFreak commented
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                    Haven't you heard? 60 is the new 58

                  • Phintim Menace
                    Phintim Menace commented
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                    Hey I resemble that remark!

                • #15
                  Originally posted by Idahomer View Post
                  I like Shannahan, I just hope the game hasn't passed him by and he can still command the respect of a locker room. Hopefully if hired he doesn't do to Suh what he did to Hansworth (trying to get him to play a position he is not suited for). Although I'm not comparing the lazy Hanesworth to Suh, because Suh is a different type of player from a work ethic standpoint.

                  This would definitely benefit Tannehill moreso that any of the other names being tossed around IMO.

                  I was listening to an interview with him a couple of months ago and he still has the fire in the belly. I also think he has a chip on his shoulder and would love to stick it to Snyder and especially with the QB he wanted to draft in the first place.

                  Suh is not Hanyesworth. Haynesworth was lazy, Suh works hard, don't see that as an issue.

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