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Five possible head coaching candidates for next year

When the 2014 National Football League season comes to a close, a handful of head coaches are going to be given their walking papers. Looking around the NFL, it appears the New York Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, New York Giants, Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons will all be looking for coaches, with a few others on the fence. When openings arise, there will be a couple...
Via This Given Sunday
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Raider fans take out newspaper ad to bring back Hue Jackson

Silly Raiders fans! — ゴジラ (@RaiderSparky) November 20, 2014 If this is not a joke, it is wrong on several levels. Whomever took out this ad does not speak for the majority of Raider fans. I could provide some tweets to support that, but this is a family site and the words used are not very pretty. They may have forgotten that the reason that...
Via cover32 - Raiders
November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Five NFL assistants who will be head coaches soon

Dennis Allen may be the only former NFL head coach that has received a pink slip thus far this season, but there are going to be a ton of openings when the offseason rolls around. Among the teams that could very well be looking for new head coaches are the Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets, St. Louis Rams and Atlanta Falcons. All five are already scouting potential...
Via Sportsnaut
October 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Hue Jackson enjoys Bengals being ‘the hunted’

Don't look now, folks, but the Cincinnati Bengals appear to be for real. One of only two still-undefeated teams, they're the new "fashionable" favorite to snap a 14-year playoff-less streak and, if the stars align, win Super Bowl 49. As of now, offensive coordinator Hue Jackson says, the Bengals are atop the food chain. And he's taking pleasure in it. "Now we're the hunted," Jackson...
Via Helmet2Helmet
October 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Hue Jackson is delusional about Andy Dalton

(Credit: I have always said that in any sport, every player and coach is going to say he believes he is the best at what he does. Otherwise, why are they even there? Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive coordinator Hue Jackson is no different, and after recent comments he made, I don’t think anyone is going to accuse him of  not being supportive of his players. Jackson...
Via Sports-Kings
June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Bengals offense focusing on tempo, attitude under new OC

CINCINNATI -- Hue Jackson has been here before. Being the man in charge of an NFL offense isn't anything new for Jackson, although he is the new man in charge of the Bengals offense this season. He's got a good group to work with; a young quarterback who is trying to show he can lead his team to the next level, an All-Pro wide receiver and a dynamic running back who is a highlight...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

A key difference for the Cincinnati Bengals in Hue Jackson versus Jay Gruden

Though the changes have been minimal in Cincinnati, the one off-season alteration that has generated optimism amongst the fan base has been the promotion of running backs coach Hue Jackson to offensive coordinator, a position vacated when Jay Gruden left to coach the Washington Redskins. The primary reason for a hopeful outlook with Jackson coordinating the offense is his commitment...
Via cover32 - Bengals
April 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Bengals promote Jackson to offensive coordinator

The Bengals have promoted Hue Jackson to offensive coordinator, replacing Jay Gruden. Gruden was hired as the Redskins' head coach Thursday. Jackson has been the offensive coordinator for the Redskins, Falcons and Raiders. He was Oakland's head coach in 2011 and pushed for the trade that sent Carson Palmer from the Bengals to the Raiders. He was fired after Oakland failed to make...
Via AP on Fox
January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Hue Jackson Promoted As Bengals Offensive Coordinator

With offensive coordinator of Cincinnati Bengals Jay Gruden becoming the head coach for the Washington Redskins, the space needed to be filled.  The Bengals have decided to fill that space in with running back coach Hue Jackson, whom they promoted as offensive coordinator. Jackson went on to comment on the his new position with the Bengals saying, “It’s an honor to be Bengals...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington Redskins should Hire Hue Jackson as Head Coach

/logs into Redskins Hog Heaven... Whoa? It's 2014?!   That's so weird.  I fell into a coma in February and totally missed out on getting to watch Robert Griffin III become the second straight player to win the MVP off major knee surgery.  I missed out on the Mike Shanahan contract extension.  The second straight NFC East title.  Brian Orakpo setting the single season...
Via Redskins Hog Heaven
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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