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    Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

    I just cannot PICTURE THE RAMS WITHOUT Martz at the moment!!!


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    Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

    Jimmy Johnson is probably the only guy i would support. I doubt he would get enough control to want the job, but he would be a great choice. Other than that, i would have to say that Amos Alonzo Stagg would be a possibility. Pete Carroll?

    Long Live Mike Martz, i hope he remains our coach for years to come.

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    Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

    Martz is a great Head Coach. People just don't get that our Defense sucks. We have alot of Talent on D. Larry Marmie is making Martz look horrible.
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    Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFan16
    Or Pittsburgh's D coordinator
    In nearly three years as a head coach for the Bengals, current Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau achieved only 12 wins, never more than six in a season. A winning percentage of .266 for LeBeau is the worst in Bengals history. His teams typically ranked in the bottom half of the pack, often among the worst in the league, in many statistical areas such as scoring offense and pass defense. He took over a Pittsburgh defense that was already one of the better units in the league under previous D-coordinator Tim Lewis (during all four years under Lewis, Pittsburgh ranked as a top ten defense every year), and while he has done a good job with them, didn't exactly have to turn them around from scratch.

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