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    Re: Tom Clemments

    Given who started this thread I trust that information was made available and is accurate and if I was him I wouldn't say how either.
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    Re: Tom Clemments

    LaCanfora was saying last night or this morning that the competition is now between Clements, Hailey, and Fichtner.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    I wouldn't mind any of them. Wonder if Haley would take a QB coaching job if it was down to Fichtner or Clements
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Pittsburgh
    I'll repeat what some others in this thread have asked....where is this information coming from? Is there a source you can post or is this some sort of insider information you hve going on?
    SKL's been on target before with these scoops.

    Clements is at the top of my list. As others have noticed, he's done good things here before. And when you look at Matt Flynn & Aaron Rogers it's hard not to be excited about the chance of landing him.

    Crossing my fingers for this one...

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    Re: Tom Clemments

    so we are excited about a guy who coached the bills offense in the early 2000's? where they only sent a punter and 1 OL to the probowl in 2 seasons?

    WOW!

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    Re: Tom Clemments

    Quote Originally Posted by Doogie36
    so we are excited about a guy who coached the bills offense in the early 2000's? where they only sent a punter and 1 OL to the probowl in 2 seasons?

    WOW!
    In his coaching career from 1992 to the present with Notre Dame, the Saints, Chiefs, Steelers, Bills, and Packers, he spent a grand total of 2 seasons with the Bills.


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    Re: Tom Clemments

    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Given who started this thread I trust that information was made available and is accurate and if I was him I wouldn't say how either.

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    Re: Tom Clemments

    Quote Originally Posted by Doogie36
    so we are excited about a guy who coached the bills offense in the early 2000's? where they only sent a punter and 1 OL to the probowl in 2 seasons?

    WOW!
    You are clueless.

    In 2004 Clements coached the Buffalo Bill offense to 7th in points scored in the NFL. As you pointed out, the team had very little talent.

    In 2011 Arians coached the Steelers offense to 21st in points scored.

    Hmmm, seems that Clements CAN coach offense after all.
    Here comes the BOOM!

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