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Arizona Had Better Hire a Black Head Coach



No vacancies filled by black coaches so far. Zero hires means a loss of two overall in the NFL (Lovie Smith and Romeo Crennel).

Literally hundreds of sportswriters are waiting to press "send" on their stories. Get ready.



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craigbiggio
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They need something to rage over since Deadspin made fools out of the lot of them.





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GhostBuster6
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arizona shoulda sacrafice their franchise to get a black coach...right

IF im arizona i dont give two monkey shits about what color the coach is, im hiring a great one.






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Cosmo
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There hasnt been a great hire yet this season





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Alt26
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quote:

Literally hundreds of sportswriters are waiting to press "send" on their stories. Get ready.


Unfortunately, you're right. You can see the narrative coming from a mile away

Crennel gets let go in KC after 1 (albeit miserable) season.

Smith gets fired in Chicago after going 10-6 (and missing the playoffs after starting 7-1)

Philly pushes to hire Chip Kelly twice even though there are countless black coaches out there.

etc, etc, etc.....






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castorinho
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Pot meet kettle.






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lob1284
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There hasnt been a great hire yet this season


Who would you consider a great candidate out there?

You can't really judge any hire until we see how they perform. I don't think Mike Mccarthy or Sean Payton were considered great hires at the time.






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Jack Bauer7
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Arizona hasn't even interviewed Lovie, so no he won't be their coach...

But Ray Horton their Def coach interviewed and he's black and he even has dreads!!






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lsutigers1992
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Unfortunately, you're right. You can see the narrative coming from a mile away

Crennel gets let go in KC after 1 (albeit miserable) season.

Smith gets fired in Chicago after going 10-6 (and missing the playoffs after starting 7-1)


I said what I said half in jest. But it is peculiar that Andy Reid was out of work for 24 hours and he had two miserable seasons in a row.

Lovie Smith was 10-6 and he was in the NFC Championship 2 years ago, and he will be unemployed, at least as a head coach.

And Lovie Smith and Andy Reid have been to the same number of Super Bowls. And Smith's was actually more recent.






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Sunday_Tiger
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Andy Reid went to I think 4 NFC championship games in a row with 1 Superbowl appearance. I'd want him as a coach over Lovie regardless of color





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lsu480
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No....we need a good coach. I don't care if he is purple if he can get us a Super Bowl win.





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lsutigers1992
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Andy Reid went to I think 4 NFC championship games in a row with 1 Superbowl appearance. I'd want him as a coach over Lovie regardless of color


Okay, but there were what, 5 or 6 other vacancies and he's not even getting a sniff, while everybody's fighting over who gets Andy Reid?

You can argue that Reid is better, but not THAT much better.






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“The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race." - John Roberts





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TigerFanNKaty
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I think Lovey Smith is as good are better than Reid.





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REG861
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They should hire Art Shell or Tyrone Willingham to achieve worldwide racial harmony





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alajones
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Lovie Smith
Surprised Buffalo wouldn't wan thim.






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retooc
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I think Chicago got a great guy.





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tigerpimpbot
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Arizona


Didn't that state vote against recognizing MLK Day? Their coach will be white.






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Sunday_Tiger
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You can argue that Reid is better, but not THAT much better.

I agree. I think Lovie is a hell of a coach so I'm surprised he hasn't had any interest from teams like buffalo






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