The Oakland Raiders should have no interest whatsoever in “acquiring” Jim Harbaugh to coach their team in 2015, because they don’t have enough talent to justify the move—in addition to the draft picks they would have to give up to get the fiery coach. No, the Silver & Black should look elsewhere for a new leader, and they’ll need all their draft picks and current young players to attract the right coach, anyway.
Coaches are the talk of the town – and the league – as the 2013 NFL regular season begins to wind down. There is a lot of discussion as to who will be back next season, who won’t be back, and what kind of decisions are being made as a possible playoff run waits in the wings.
Those going to the Super Bowl this year should be thankful and think about taking the year off in 2014, because it’s going to be cold outside.
The New Orleans Saints are already having a much better offseason than they did all of last year, but the Dallas Cowboys continue to have news of despair.
How is it that the more interesting news in the final week of the season is coming from not a single team that has any chance of being in the playoffs?
The saga that is the 2012 NFL season is never ending for Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints.
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are heading into the 2012 season without a head coach. With a very talented team, the question isn’t “will they be successful?” but “what happens if they are successful?”