poutlipper Posted November 25, 2019 Share Posted November 25, 2019 Obviously these two are going to be hot names, but I think these two allow us to avoid a "rebuild" and give us a chance to compete in 2020. Saleh is having a LOT of success in SF(first rounders across the defensive line help). But he's been a coordinator for 3 years now, has been a part of some pretty good defenses(SF, Jacksonville, Seattle, and Houston). Probably not much different in scheme from what we went after with Quinn. Then you have Mike LaFleur. Has been with Shanahan and his brother since 2014 in Cleveland. His next step is a coordinator position. But he was part of the 2016 run with us. Has been working in that scheme for 6 years now. After the Carolina game, I was thinking Quinn might be able to save his job. The players like him and he's had success. Unfortunately, the Super Bowl collapse, the failed replacements at OC(Sark was better than DK), and then this season's completely failure, I don't think anyone really thinks keeping him is for the better at this point. So why not bring in two guys who can change the culture to what we wanted it to be in 2015, without the stigma over their heads? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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