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    2014 Chicage Bears O with out Adam Gace 21st in the League
    2015 Chicago Bears O with Adam Gace 21st in the League

    Adam Gace is know to have help the careers of Tim Tebow and Jay Cutler

    Tebow is not an NFL player any more

    Jay Cutler is still as bad as he ever was...

    So why do the "analyst" at NFL Network and ESPN pump this guy up as the up and coming great HC....I know why, cause they are all idiots who have to fill air time.....

    This guy did absolutely nada for the Bears O, and now he's great....this is why you do your homework instead of listening to idiots....
    Last edited by cuchulainn; 01-08-2016, 05:47 PM. Reason: Corrected name

  • #2
    The reason why they pump him up is because they are hoping the Dolphins sign him so they can continue to laugh at the Dolphins organization for another decade. This team seems to be destined to be a mediocre football team. If the media thinks he great they can make him an analyst. He will not make a good head coach and hiring him will put this team back another 5-8 years.

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    • London Fish & Chips
      London Fish & Chips commented
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      If one wants to stand on the "look what he did for Jay Cutler,( which wasn't much at all IMO)" then what one is really saying is we should hire Da Bears QB coach Dowell Loggains as our new HC as he's done even more than Gace....isn't that the job of a QB coach to make the QB better, and isn't it the job of an OC to make the O better, which one did his job better????

    • DolphinsFreak
      DolphinsFreak commented
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      Exactly! The answer to your question would be "None of the Above!" Cutler's numbers didn't improve in 2015. And, I didn't see Tebow do anything differently in Denver then he had been doing all along. The Broncos just found a way to make his style of playing work, and that had nothing to do with Gase. If Gace improved Tebow's style he would still be in the league.

  • #3
    I think Mando actually got this one right in this article.

    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/dolph...through-t.html

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    • London Fish & Chips
      London Fish & Chips commented
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      (So, yes, the kid is a hot name, but his resume isn't exactly awe inspiring.)

      This is my point....a hot name...really who decides this, oh yea, ESPN and the NFL NumbNutz commentators....Where did Ross get his information that Gace was good, I sure as hell haven't found any STAT ANYWHERE that tells me he could coach a college team or a High School team or even has the ability to even comment on an NFL game. There is not one thing other than someone just saying it, so if someone says it enough times it must be true, has to be because someone said it....

      Ross do your F'n homework, look at the stats, that is who he is.......

  • #4
    Not a fan of Gase. No HC experience, only 3 years as an OC and 2 of them he had a Hall of Fame QB and a top D. Is he a leader of men? Who would be his OC and DC? I agree with you two and Mango. I don't get all the hype on Gase.

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    • #5
      I don't watch a lot of NFL Network, but I did last night...

      There was four people talking about (up and coming great coaches, yea no doubt), Boomer, DA Sims, guy with glasses and some guru woman that knows it all.....

      They all went through talking about how great this coach was or that great that coach is, when they got to Boomer, Boomer asked, what have they done, what makes them great, there's nothing there, needless to say the other three were shocked....this is how bad coaches become great....at least Boomer told it like it was, WHAT HAVE THEY DONE.....

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      • DolphinsFreak
        DolphinsFreak commented
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        I like Boomer a lot, he always tells it like it is and doesn't care if everyone disagrees with him. Sims is a tool. That show you watched is Inside The NFL. It looks like a SNL skit with that goofy guy with the glasses. I don't think he played an organized sport, ever. Hopefully the Dolphins (Ross) don't fall for all the media hype surrounding this guy Gase.

      • London Fish & Chips
        London Fish & Chips commented
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        Oh NO Ross will fall for it, has fallen for it every time.....why should he ever do his homework when he watches the best there is to offer him inside information from the NFL Network or ESPN....

      • DolphinsFreak
        DolphinsFreak commented
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        Unless this is misinformation it really scares me. Why would Ross really like Gase considering the fact that Gase hasn't even met with the team yet? Did Ross hear that Gase was the new up and coming guy from one of his New York buddies? Like you mentioned, did he hear it from someone on Inside The NFL? Here's an idea, he can let the guys he hired to handle his football business actually do their job and stay out of it?? I'm tired of this real estate guy having a say in anything involving the Dolphins.

    • #6
      Originally posted by VAIDER5120 View Post
      Not a fan of Gase. No HC experience, only 3 years as an OC and 2 of them he had a Hall of Fame QB and a top D. Is he a leader of men? Who would be his OC and DC? I agree with you two and Mango. I don't get all the hype on Gase.
      I was pretty high on Gase at one point but now there are at least three other guys I would prefer. I'm leaning more in the line of an experienced HC who will bring instant respect from the players and who can put together a quality coaching Staff. I'm leaning more toward Shanahan first even though I don't personally like him I think he is the best guy for this team right now and Coughlin would be my second choice. After those two, I have about 4 "Other" guys I'd settle for.
      While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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      • #7
        Find the former OL coach... and do not hire him. lol...

        I'm leaning more towards former DCs at this point. We always have done better under defensive minded HCs... Shula, JJ, and even Wanny. With our QB, WR, and RBs, only the OL needs addressing on offense and that is player acquistion. The defense needs the attention at this point to undo the damage inflicted by Philbin and Coyles.

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        • #8
          I thought Gace already signed with the eagles ??????

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          • #9
            I'm thinking that DF is probably right, Gase will get the job for no other reason than Tannenbaum can stay in complete control & the HC will remain just a puppet...

            http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...miami-dolphins

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            • DolphinsFreak
              DolphinsFreak commented
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              I hope I am wrong. I hope the Eagles or some other team hires him immediately.

          • #10
            The only coordinator I want is Campbell or baby Shula. Other than that give me Shanahan or Coughlin.

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            • #11
              Originally posted by Driven_Phinsane! View Post
              I'm thinking that DF is probably right, Gase will get the job for no other reason than Tannenbaum can stay in complete control & the HC will remain just a puppet...

              http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...miami-dolphins


              (Gase is hot in the current hiring cycle because the current hiring cycle is conducive to candidates who will stay in their lane.)

              That has to be the biggest load of crap I've seen in a long time, in my entire life I have never once heard that the #1 rule of being a HC is a candidate who will stay in line...OMG this is exactly what I'm talking about, this guy just made this shyt up....f'n football is becoming a joke....

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              • #12
                Originally posted by Seadog View Post



                (Gase is hot in the current hiring cycle because the current hiring cycle is conducive to candidates who will stay in their lane.)

                That has to be the biggest load of crap I've seen in a long time, in my entire life I have never once heard that the #1 rule of being a HC is a candidate who will stay in line...OMG this is exactly what I'm talking about, this guy just made this shyt up....f'n football is becoming a joke....
                Dog, i have to admit that i stopped watching Sportscenter, ESPN, Inside the NFL, NFL Network, pregame shows & postgame shows a long, long time ago...Couldn't stand listening to morons like both Boomer's (Berman & Esiason), Joe Theezman, Shannon Sharpe spitting while he yells, Sterling Sharpe talking so loud i thought my TV needed repair, Jon Gruden praising every single player & play..and every other dumbass in between...Hell, sometimes i mute the tv while watching games & just listen to some good music!

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                • #13
                  Some interesting stuff on Gase

                  Posted by Michael Serrania The Miami Dolphins have a dilemma on their hands.They are yet again conducting an exhaustive search. Valuable resources are being spent to bring in the best coach for the struggling franchise who has earned two playoff appearances (2000-2001 & 2008-2009 seasons) since 2000. Today they will or have already interviewed the next hot offensive coordinator or a coach in waiting-Adam Gase. However, hear me out, Adam Gase is the right man for the job if the goal of Mike Tannenbaum, Chris Grier, and Steve Ross is to fix franchise quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

                  Gase is highly decorated in that he started his quest to be a football coach at Michigan State as he broke down film for the team from his dorm room making spread sheets of formations and calculating data for down and distance. This, at 18 years old. Gase was in the midst of becoming a valuable part of a Michigan State program run by Nick Saban. (Chicago Tribune-Brad Biggs-July 28,2015) Gase later spent time coaching on the Detroit Lions after having had followed Nick Saban to LSU in 2000. Gase went from a scouting assistant to a quarterbacks coach in 4 years with the Lions. After one year 2008 with the 49ers as an offensive assistant under Mike Nolan, Gase moved to Denver to coach the wide receiver unit from 2009-2010. In 2011-12 he became the quarterbacks coach where worked with Tim Tebow (an athletic running QB) and helped develop him into a winner and a playoff game winning QB versus the Steelers in round one. After the departure of Mike McCoy in 2011 to the Chargers, Gase took over as offensive coordinator and has held that position since working with Jay Cutler recently and Peyton Manning in years prior including a 2012-13 Super Bowl run.

                  Where does Gase fall short?
                  Some insiders believe that Gase isn’t experienced enough. In fact, just yesterday, Armando Salguero likened him (in terms of experience) to the hot coordinator the Dolphins had in 2007, Cam Cameron saying that “Cameron was amazing in that he was a disaster.” He went on to include Joe Philbin into the mix that “he had no idea what to do with a team…and outlined his postgame speeches on index cards…” Here’s the thing about what Mr. Salguero writes, it’s all true. The Dolphins have reached for head coaches that have had no head coaching experience in the NFL. If it’s experience they seek then they should hire Mike Shanahan who as of now has interviewed with the team once*, but could be headed to the 49ers with a reunion of sorts with the offensive dominance he was responsible for as the OC in 1994, the final Super Bowl win for the franchise. If Adam Gase is too wet behind the ears, consider this there are only two coaches I’ve heard of breaking down film at a young age, Jim Harbaugh and the other is Bill Belichick.

                  If the Dolphins want to bring in a coach that can change the culture and make Ryan Tannehill into the greatest QB possible then hire Adam Gase if not, watch him take scrubs and journeymen with the Browns or Eagles and lead them to the playoffs.

                  * It’s possible per a report by Adam Schefter that the Dolphins interviewed Shanahan on December 22nd.

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                  • #14
                    Today they will or have already interviewed the next hot offensive coordinator or a coach in waiting-Adam Gase

                    Why? What has he done to make him the next hot OC or Coach in waiting, he did absolutely nothing to help the Bears last year, year before he got there, 21st O, after he got there 21st oh I see, as long as you don't go backwards you are the hottest...

                    As far as helping Manning, BS, he didn't do a damn thing, he didn't have an once of say towards anything Manning thought, brought or did on the football field, as far as Jay, lol he is just as bad as he always has been, if the only thing Gace did was to cut a couple int's off of Cutlers stats, thats crazy, what is the QB coach for....


                    Where does Gase fall short?

                    Now that's easy, he's done nothing in this league

                    If the Dolphins want to bring in a coach that can change the culture and make Ryan Tannehill into the greatest QB possible then hire Adam Gase if not, watch him take scrubs and journeymen with the Browns or Eagles and lead them to the playoffs.

                    You mean the way Jay threw those 3 int's in the last game of the season, something Jay is all to well known for, or you mean the way the Bears are going to the playoffs this year, or how much better he made the Bears O this year....

                    This is the very example of everything I've said about these idiot experts out there, make up a bunch of shyt and see if they can promote some nobody coach into being the next hot coach....


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                    • DolphinsFreak
                      DolphinsFreak commented
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                      That's the media for you. They TRY and be the first to every story and when they are WRONG, they hide, pretend they never supported the player of coach that they were pushing and then repeat those lies the following season. The problem is that some of us have good memories and know who supported which players and/or coaches and which did not. They are trying to push this guy Gase on everyone but he has done next to nothing in the NFL. There are no young Belichick's in the NFL and if there were it certainly is NOT Gase. If a team is fool enough to hire him as their head coach whomever that team is will be looking for a new head coach in three years. Bold Prediction. :-)

                  • #15
                    If you had a choice, with no repercussions do you want Gase or John Fox. Living in the mid west it seemed to me the Bears were more motivated with Fox as the HC. So we missed the boat on Fox but stayed with Phinbin.

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                    • London Fish & Chips
                      London Fish & Chips commented
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                      Ok Hawk, you gave me a choice between two coaches, so if that was all I have to chose from....That's really not hard, I pick Fox, he's actually done something, Gase has done absolutely nothing.....

                      I will say if I had my choice back in the day I would have picked Philbin, but I have learned since then and started doing some looking into these coaches before I chose, that's why I don't comment on most of them on the board, I haven't done my home work on them, I only comment on the one's I hear are the next hot coaching guys and see why that is.....

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