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  1. if they're going to throw money around they'd do better with Urban Meyer
  2. It has long been rumored that should Brian Kelly elect to move on from Notre Dame someday, the NFL would be his next stop. This morning, radio guys at 670 The Score share that Kelly has emerged as a “coach of interest” in the Bucs search to replace Dirk Koetter. The report adds that team ownership is prepared to offer their next head coach an annual salary in the $10 million range. In 2018, Kelly led Notre Dame to the College Football Playoff and an undefeated season after eventually losing to Clemson to end their year. In South Bend, Kelly is 81-35 overall. Combine that with head coaching stops at Division II powerhouse Grand Valley State (118-35-2), Central Michigan (19-16), and Cincinnati (34-16) and Kelly has proven he can win big everywhere. At Grand Valley State, he led the program to back-to-back national titles in 2002 and 2003 before leaving for Central Michigan, where he quickly turned the Chips program around, going 9-4 in his final season in 2006. In three full seasons at Cincinnati, Kelly hit the double digit win mark each season from 2006-09 before landing the head coaching job with the Irish heading in 2010.
  3. have you seen the Rams defense lately? even Jared Goff isn't doing that well either
  4. Saints beat the Eagles 48-7
  5. probably, outside of Jonah Williams there's not a lot of o-line talent in this draft
  6. they said the same thing about the 2017 draft where only 2 OL were picked and one turned out to be Ryan Ramczyk
  7. whatever helps you sleep at night buddy
  8. because we have a great o-line and Brees gets the ball out faster than any other QB in the NFL?
  9. Suh (& Donald) didn't do anything against Brees the other week
  10. #1 vs the run
  11. not really, I'm a Saints fan
  12. why would anyone be afraid of either team? both defenses suck
  13. IA, Clark isn't leaving Seattle at worse he gets the franchise tag