Mike Nolan must be doing something right. His first team with the ***** goes 4-12, finishes last in the NFL in both total offense and total defense, yet two of his top lieutenants immediately get head coaching interviews after the season, and one of them lands the top job with one of the league's most vaunted franchises. But now Nolan's suddenly looking for a new offensive coordinator, and that doesn't exactly fit into his busy plans for a consequential 2006 offseason.

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