Must read. Things I've never known about a man who knew just about everything that's ever happened in any Chicago sport since he was a young man. Rare in every way. Passionate about his calling. @670thescore #RIPGrobber
This is what fascinates me. If Gruden had final say and pushed “his guys” in as the top choices, & Mayock was doing the digging and hitting on later round guys after Gruden lost interest... there’s a lot to unpack there. Alas we’ll never really know. ☹️ I wish Mayock the best.
Yeah we can talk about the Ferrell and Leatherwood and Abram picks but we should also talk about the Renfrow, Crosby, Hobbs, and Moehrig picks too. Mayock did get plenty of gems that helped them to be a playoff team despite EVERYTHING that happened this year.
RT @RapSheet: Some notes: — The #Raiders have a top in-house candidate in DuJuan Daniels, assistant director of player personnel. — Mark Davis still plans to interview interim Rich Bisaccia for the head job. — Crazy the team made the playoffs despite Gruden resigning, Ruggs, injuries. So much. https://t.co/o4M4RLE93p
Problem I have is that defensive prowess didn't translate as a head coach. They were among the worst defenses in the league 2/3 years in Minnesota.
Ossenfort could pair with Flo or McDaniels...if they ever call him. I'm a little nervous about New England guys, though.
It’s hard for GM candidates to break through in these interviews. But I think Glenn Cook and Monti Ossenfort did. More to come…
RT @AjFreeman25: An important caveat with all the moves in this piece: just because you can do it doesn't mean you SHOULD do it. Restructuring and pushing $ down the road is an easy way to create poor long-term cap health which is precisely why the #Bears are where they are in the 1st place https://t.co/y5NFb57XNQ
Interesting thread here #Bears fans…
Here’s a thought I’ve been working on for a while now. I’ve been quick to criticize OCs for “only” succeeding when they have a solid QB to work with. But perhaps this is truly a chicken and egg situation. The number of OCs that can score without a great QB is so small. (1/?)