The arrow on the "Wow-o-meter" hasn't budged much as the Glazer family's search for a new Bucs head coach rolls into its second week.
The unfolding interview parade of older, seasoned candidates has been sedate and excitement-free, largely like the candidates themselves.
Following the recent "youngry" debacle that undid Raheem Morris, the quest for age and experience has produced such non-scintillating names as 50-something, ex-head coaches Mike Sherman, Brad Childress and Wade Phillips not to mention a secondary wave of venerable yet widely unknown NFL assistants.
But in the older pool of possible successors, one man does stand out as at least intriguing the oldest guy of the bunch, 68-year-old Marty Schottenheimer.
With Jeff Fisher reportedly close to a deal with the Dolphins, no Brian Billick blips on the radar and Bill Cowher staying put at CBS, Schottenheimer suddenly looks like the best option for a team in turmoil.
For one thing, it's hard to argue with his regular-se...