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Now That We Have Our O-Line Coach, Whos Our Prospective D-Line Coach


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I posted in other threads.

Out of all the potential coaches, I first went through and looked at the rankings of the teams that are without a head coach, because more than likely, some of the position coaches will not be retained.

Minnesota - ranked 13th in sacks with 41

Tennessee - ranked 21st in sacks with 36

Here are the potential candidates that are the line coaches for them.

- Minnesota - Brendan Daly

- Tennessee - Tracy Rocker

Now, I also went through and looked for defensive line assistants for some of the better defensive lines in the league, and here's what I got:

- Sam Mills III - Panthers defensive line assistant coach, 1st in sacks with 60.

- Clyde Simmons - Rams defensive line assistant coach, 3rd in sacks with 53.

- Sam Weeks - Jets defensive line assistant coach, 13th in sacks with 53.

- Diron Reynolds - Vikings defensive line assistant coach, 13th in sacks with 53.

I'm sure there are others, but without much research here is what I got for who I want.

1. Sam Mills III

2. Clyde Simmons

3. Brendan Daly

4. Sam Weeks

5. Diron Reynolds

6. Tracy Rocker

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I posted in other threads.

Out of all the potential coaches, I first went through and looked at the rankings of the teams that are without a head coach, because more than likely, some of the position coaches will not be retained.

Minnesota - ranked 13th in sacks with 41

Tennessee - ranked 21st in sacks with 36

Here are the potential candidates that are the line coaches for them.

- Minnesota - Brendan Daly

- Tennessee - Tracy Rocker

Now, I also went through and looked for defensive line assistants for some of the better defensive lines in the league, and here's what I got:

- Sam Mills III - Panthers defensive line assistant coach, 1st in sacks with 60.

- Clyde Simmons - Rams defensive line assistant coach, 3rd in sacks with 53.

- Sam Weeks - Jets defensive line assistant coach, 13th in sacks with 53.

- Diron Reynolds - Vikings defensive line assistant coach, 13th in sacks with 53.

I'm sure there are others, but without much research here is what I got for who I want.

1. Sam Mills III

2. Clyde Simmons

3. Brendan Daly

4. Sam Weeks

5. Diron Reynolds

6. Tracy Rocker

I thought Mills was dead.

Edit: My bad, his pops is (dead) Sam Mills jr.

Edited by Beast-N-Da-Sheetz
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I posted in other threads.

Out of all the potential coaches, I first went through and looked at the rankings of the teams that are without a head coach, because more than likely, some of the position coaches will not be retained.

Minnesota - ranked 13th in sacks with 41

Tennessee - ranked 21st in sacks with 36

Here are the potential candidates that are the line coaches for them.

- Minnesota - Brendan Daly

- Tennessee - Tracy Rocker

Now, I also went through and looked for defensive line assistants for some of the better defensive lines in the league, and here's what I got:

- Sam Mills III - Panthers defensive line assistant coach, 1st in sacks with 60.

- Clyde Simmons - Rams defensive line assistant coach, 3rd in sacks with 53.

- Sam Weeks - Jets defensive line assistant coach, 13th in sacks with 53.

- Diron Reynolds - Vikings defensive line assistant coach, 13th in sacks with 53.

I'm sure there are others, but without much research here is what I got for who I want.

1. Sam Mills III

2. Clyde Simmons

3. Brendan Daly

4. Sam Weeks

5. Diron Reynolds

6. Tracy Rocker

You gotta take some of that with a grain of salt, consider the talent they have to work with.

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Check those pages, go to the personnel section, and look over the list of defensive coaches. Somewhere within those sections, you'll likely find the name of our new D-Line coach. Ted Monachino and Todd Howard should be considered front-runners, as they were assistant D-Line coaches under Hamilton.

Sad thing is, I'm only half kidding.

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