Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

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    Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    Can he even do that if he gets fired Monday? McDaniels was just a coordinator, so I'm not sure if that makes a difference.

    Honestly, not a fan of coaches joining a new team just for a playoff run, but if the league allows it, why not? Crennel has played Denver twice and Cincinatti. Despite the fact that he lost three times to them, he has had three full weeks spent preparing for those teams. He must have picked up at least one thing!

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    Have you actually seen his defenses and how they have performed in reasent years?  There's a reason why he's about too be fired again.

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    Why complicate things for Patricia at this point? The defense had played well in the lase 2 games even with Talib and Dennard out for 2 games and Spikes out for 1.

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    Would love to see Crennel come in as a special.consultant..sit in on game plans and share some of his wisdom...as to kc not doing well...from a talent level kc not very good...as a hc crennel not very good but as a dc crennel one of the best...hire him in a second...please bring him on!

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    What does Crennel bring you? He has failed a head coach. a DC and a head coach since leaving. After reading all week how he had Peyton's number and that would give the Chiefs a chance, Manning had his best game of the season.

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    We already have the best defensive mind in the world. 

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:
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    We already have the best defensive mind in the world. 

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    .......who calls our defense. patricia is mereley calling what bb tells him

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    In response to bredbru's comment:
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    In response to 49Patriots' comment:
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    We already have the best defensive mind in the world. 

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    .......who calls our defense. patricia is mereley calling what bb tells him

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    Not really, BB leaves his Coordinators to do their jobs. He only takes over DC when we're in the playoffs and when we face Peyton. 

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    i really like the way this defense is playing right now, as expected they are playing their best coming into the playoffs like BB's defenses always do but this years d is their best in a while. 

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    I'd love for him to come back into the fold in some capacity.  It's not lost on me that Matt Patricia isn't the one working with the defense during the games when the offense is out there.  BB has been exclusively working with the defense at that point in the game...McD holding the fort during offense, BB coaching the defense on the sidelines.

     

    Matt Patricia as DC is somewhat a joke.  I'd rather see a guy who has a little bit of self-made credibility who has shown the ability as a DC, to really design a sound gameplan and relay that to all his defensive players.  I'd like to have that type of guy on our sidelines.

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    In response to RockScully's comment:
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    I am assuming this thread is veiled with a heavy does of sarcasm.

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    Nostalgia.

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    BB ought to give a ring, can't hurt

     
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    Re: Can Crennel come in as a defensive consultant?

    If Andy Reid is getting a phone call...

     

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