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Thread: Ravens to Interview RB's Coach Kirby Wilson for OC Position

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    I'm sure he got a second interview with a perrenial play off team with one of the best GMs in the NFL because of the "feel good" story. You can believe that if it works for you and I'm sure that since he worked for Tomlin I'm sure he couldn't possibly be good.

    ok, get defensive if you want.
    so what youre saying is you cant answer my question with any factual information to support your claim
    'moral victories' are for losers

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    Quote Originally Posted by squidkid View Post
    ok, get defensive if you want.
    so what youre saying is you cant answer my question with any factual information to support your claim
    No more than you can point to a single bit of empirical evidence why he isn't a great coach who deserves to be an NFL OC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    No more than you can point to a single bit of empirical evidence why he isn't a great coach who deserves to be an NFL OC

    probably so, but i wasnt the one making bold statements acting like i knew something about a certain coach.
    good enough
    'moral victories' are for losers

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    I know he got called back for a second interview with the Ravens...clearly the mark of a terrible coach...

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    He was just hired by the Vikings.

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    He was just hired by the Vikings.
    That's the rumor...http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap200...ta-vikings-rbs

    The odd thing is that he is moving to take the same position. Considering that he has a year left on his deal, the Steelers do not have to let him go. Could it be that the opportunity to work with AP is just something that he couldn't pass up, and the team couldn't hold him back from? Wondering how this happened out of nowhere.

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    maybe the steelers wanted him to move on because he isn't that great a coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeler_fan_in_t.o. View Post
    That's the rumor...http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap200...ta-vikings-rbs

    The odd thing is that he is moving to take the same position. Considering that he has a year left on his deal, the Steelers do not have to let him go. Could it be that the opportunity to work with AP is just something that he couldn't pass up, and the team couldn't hold him back from? Wondering how this happened out of nowhere.
    I am just speculating so take my opinion for what it is...but if he WAS in line for the OC position...then the fire...then Haley puts together a nice second half season...his job is secure. Maybe he is just ready to move on. Hard feelings? Possibly...or maybe he just needs a new scene.
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    Congrats Kirby Wilson on your move to the #Vikings. 3 out of 5 #Steelers offensive assistant coaches gone in 2 years. HMMMM
    Wonder what Batch is getting at. Haley bringing in his own guys? Or other coaches not working well with Haley?

    Quite frankly, if the offense keeps producing like it did late last year, I couldn't care less whether or not people get along with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    Wonder what Batch is getting at. Haley bringing in his own guys? Or other coaches not working well with Haley?

    Quite frankly, if the offense keeps producing like it did late last year, I couldn't care less whether or not people get along with him.
    Ditto, but I think Ben is the key to the offense clicking not the asst coaches. If Ben embraces what Haley wants we will be very good on offense especially if we add a good pass catching TE and another young WR.

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