View Poll Results: Would you swap Tomlin for Cowher right now?

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Thread: Tomlin or Cowher - Take your pick

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    Tomlin or Cowher - Take your pick

    If Cowher wants to return to coaching and he wanted to coach in Pittsburgh, would you as a fan be willing to swap Tomlin for Cowher right now?

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    Right now? No. Ask again in a year or two.
    1.Leighton Vander Esch/Rashaan Evans ILB
    2.Justin Reid/Jesse Bates S
    3.Uchenna Nwosu LB
    5.Kalen Ballage RB
    5.Genard Avery LB
    7.Jester Weah WR
    7.John Franklin-Myers DE

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    I voted no...

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    No. Hell no. Not now. Not ever.

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    I would consider it but I'm torn.

    Both have their pros and cons.

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    Bill Cowher reportedly won't coach for 4 to 5 years

    By Gregg Rosenthal
    Published: Jan. 9, 2013

    Bill Cowher raised some eyebrows at a media event this week by saying he believes he'll coach in the NFL again someday. The 55-year-old CBS analyst has been out of the game for six years. His name no longer comes up for openings, but interest in him remains.

    Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Cowher was contacted by "several" NFL teams in the last few weeks, with the Cleveland Browns one likely team to contact him. But Cowher reportedly doesn't want to coach again for another "four or five years," according to Dulac's source.

    Cowher is said to be in a "good place" in his life and seeking "stability" since the death of his wife, Kaye, in 2010. That makes all the sense in the world, but the four- or five-year timeline is a little surprising.

    Cowher will be 60 by then. Will interest in him still be high? Even if he intends to coach again, will he feel differently after another five years of a cushy television gig?

    This follow-up report sounds like Cowher's camp trying to ease any concerns of his employers at CBS. For now, Cowher doesn't want to close the door on a return to coaching. He likes his name coming up, but we'll believe he's actually coming back when he starts taking interviews and not before.


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    Cowher was an imbecile. A simple minded Yinzer who had no clue what it took to win championships.

    If Cowher had his way Shawn Andrews was our 2004 draft pick.

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    if cowher would have stayed another 6 years he would have a couple more superbowls....minimum

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUST-PLAIN-NASTY View Post
    Right now? No. Ask again in a year or two.

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    if Cowher were to return and win, would it only be because of "Tomlin's players"?


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