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    Poll coming.
    127
    Lions
    52.76%
    67
    Texans
    37.01%
    47
    Redskins
    1.57%
    2
    Vikings
    3.94%
    5
    Bucs
    0.79%
    1
    Browns
    3.94%
    5

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  • #2
    Lions hands down....

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    • #3
      I'd prefer not to discuss head coaches and their openings... If we're going Erin Andrews(isH) then I'm down.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by rmsanger View Post
        I'd prefer not to discuss head coaches and their openings... If we're going Erin Andrews(isH) then I'm down.
        Right now I wish the babe ban was off right!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bronco militia View Post
          Lions hands down....
          when was the last time you were in Detroit, MI

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          • #6
            In terms of overall talent and the window to win in. Detroit.
            In terms of talent along with a loyal owner. Houston.

            I would say
            1.Texans
            2.Lions
            3.Redskins
            4.Bucs
            5.Browns
            6.Vikings(Yes you have AP, but you also have GM who believed Ponder was the #12 pick and not a overdraft)

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            • #7
              Browns by far. They have a very good Defense. They have 2 first draft picks. A breakout All Pro at Wr. And they have a possible QBOTF when Hoyer gets healthy.

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              • #8
                Like Elway said, the 3 most important components to a successful NFL team is a franchise QB, pass protector, and edge rusher. The Lions have the franchise QB, a very good-great young LT, and a D line that can get to the QB consistently without blitzing. Add in the best WR in the NFL, and you have all the makings of a great team. They need less than any team out there looking for a head coach. The only drawback is having to live in Detroit.

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                • #9
                  Detroit haa the best opportunity to win, but who really wants to live in Detroit?

                  I'd go with Houston. Solid talent and a much better place to live.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BroncoMan4ever View Post
                    Detroit haa the best opportunity to win, but who really wants to live in Detroit?

                    I'd go with Houston. Solid talent and a much better place to live.
                    Houston is better then Detroit ONLY because the city has money. The crime there is ubsurd

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ziggy View Post
                      Like Elway said, the 3 most important components to a successful NFL team is a franchise QB, pass protector, and edge rusher. The Lions have the franchise QB, a very good-great young LT, and a D line that can get to the QB consistently without blitzing. Add in the best WR in the NFL, and you have all the makings of a great team. They need less than any team out there looking for a head coach. The only drawback is having to live in Detroit.
                      Is the LT thing even true anymore? Seems like very old thinking.

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                      • #12
                        Texans. First pick in the draft and loaded with talent.

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                        • #13
                          Stafford is no more a franchise quarterback than Schaub or Cutler.

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                          • #14
                            Some good openings this year, in no particular order:

                            Houston - the team is built already and owns the #1 pick (aka the best QB to come out this year so you can ditch Matt Schlub)
                            Detroit - Probably needs a Shanahan kind of coach, ingredients are all there, just need a better chef
                            Cleveland - Good/great line, good skill players (RB is a need now, but in round 3) and a great D. The main question is whether Hoyer is the answer at QB. 2 first round picks
                            Vikings - Pretty good all around, just in dire need of a QB - picks 8th, but 5 team ahead of them may need a QB
                            Bucs - Same as Vikes but pick 7th - and 4 teams may need a QB ahead of them.

                            And the not so good opening:

                            Redskins: Last out of the teams with openings talent-wise, and a psychotic, meddling, pain in the rear owner

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                            • #15
                              I can't imagine anyone in their right mind taking the Browns or Redskins jobs. I guess if the money was right... but Snyder is possibly the most punchable little man on the planet.

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