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    I tell ya I think Hue Jackson would be quite an interesting candidate. He turned that offense in Oakland around and made them competitive. That whole Carson Palmer thing was questionable because they gave up so much.

    His ability to call an offense though, I think he could be a real good potential candidate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JollyRob68 View Post
    Hue Jackson, I hope Hue gets an Interview and I think he'd have a Balanced Offense and will take Ben to new heights.
    Hell no

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    The Kansas City Chiefs are talking to Brian Daboll about their vacant offensive-coordinator position, according to a league source.












    The Chiefs have also looked at Jim Zorn as an in-house candidate and have spoken to former Raiders coordinator Al Saunders, who has worked previously in Kansas City.

    Daboll, most recently Miami's offensive coordinator, has a history with general manager Scott Pioli and several executives expect him to be a top candidate for the job.

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    Yeah I mean I dont know what kind of coach Wilson is but dont you think after that happened, football would be the last thing on your mind? It's very unfortunate for Wilson but I dont see why youd wait if your the Steelers. Quiet frankly, I think its the wrong thing to do for Wilsons sake.

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    I would bet that Art Rooney II and/or Mike Tomlin have talked to him recently about this. His recovery is first and foremost the priority but if he thinks he'll be ready to coach again sometime in the near future they may be willing to wait.

    It's such a risk though, if they do wait for him and something happens they'll be SOL. Installing an offense, even for an inhouse guy is not an easy thing to do. They'll need time to work with him in OTA's and mini camps all this offseason.

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    Haley is the only logical choice IMO!
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