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Another former Redskins coach is new Packers HC

Postby SkinsJock » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:03 pm

Matt LaFleur is expected to be named Packers HC shortly ...

https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/pack ... -mccarthy/
I'd love to see the Redskins become a respectable franchise again but that seems unlikely with these 2 in charge
Snyder's W/L record = 80-96 - 45% Snyder & Allen = 59-84-1 - 41%

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Re: Another former Redskins coach is new Packers HC

Postby welch » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:06 pm

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2 ... dbaa070f71

Mike Shanahan’s 2013 Redskins staff has produced as many NFL head coaches as wins

By Scott Allen January 8 at 12:29 PM
For a group that went 24-40 and made one playoff appearance over four seasons, Mike Shanahan’s Redskins staff from 2010 to 2013 sure had an abundance of head coaching talent. With the Packers set to hire Matt LaFleur to replace Mike McCarthy as the next Aaron Rodgers whisperer in Green Bay, three Shanahan disciples from his disastrous stint in Washington have NFL head coaching gigs. The Redskins have Jay Gruden.

Kyle Shanahan, who served as the Redskins’ offensive coordinator under his dad, inherited a 49ers team that won two games in 2016 and is 10-22 over two seasons in San Francisco. Sean McVay, who succeeded Kyle as the Redskins’ offensive coordinator after serving as Washington’s tight ends coach for the previous three years, became the youngest head coach in NFL history when the Rams hired him as a 30-year-old in January 2017. All McVay has done in two years is lead Los Angeles, which hosts the Cowboys in a divisional round game on Saturday, to 24 regular season wins and a pair of division titles.


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Re: Another former Redskins coach is new Packers HC

Postby welch » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:12 pm

...and, of course, the President and CEO of the Packers is our own Mark Murphy, Redskins safety from about 1977 until 1983. He made a key interception in SB 17.

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