Mariotti Show Replay: Monday, Dec. 30th
Missed part of the show? Here?s a rewind of the program on December 30, 2013.
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Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: December 30, 2013:
BLACK MONDAY IN NFL
-- Five coaching firings in 24 hours
-- Schiano, Dominik out in Tampa Bay
-- Shanahan, as expected, in D.C.
-- Frazier, as expected, in Minnesota
-- Schwartz, as expected, in Detroit
-- Chudzinski, unexpected, in Cleveland
-- Houston opening makes six
-- How does he keep job?
-- Defies win-or--else mantra in NY
-- O'Brien at top of list
-- Will Shaw take big-money lure?
-- Cowher comeback in D.C.? Briles to fix RG3?
-- Whisenhunt, offensive fix-upper
-- Jay Gruden, Darrell Bevell, Mike Zimmer, Greg Roman
-- College coaches in demand with success of Harbaugh, Kelly, Carroll
-- Houston, with No. 1 pick, talent, could execute KC turnaround
-- Detroit, offensive starpower, monster defensive line
-- Tampa Bay, coach could have more power with GM gone, 6-7 stars in place
-- Minnesota, have Peterson and new stadium but need QB
-- Cleveland, bad franchise with owner who might be indicted by feds
-- Washington, have to work for Snyder
-- League wants more
-- 14 of last 15 have been white
-- Shaw, James Franklin, Ray Horton
Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: December 30, 2013:
BLACK MONDAY UPDATE
-- Remarkable job changing culture, uplifting morale at Penn State
-- He can take on any challenge, wants NFL now
-- Critics wrong to say he's a ``rat'' for leaving after two years
-- Could have his pick of jobs
-- With Stanford pedigree, NFL minority edict, perfect time to leave
-- What more can he do in college?
-- Could become highest-paid coach in American sports?
OTHER POSSIBLE OPENINGS
-- Dallas, but Jones really should fire himself
-- Miami, where Philbin enabled the locker-room bullying story
-- Tennesee, a non-descript franchise
-- Giants, where Coughlin deserves to go out on terms but stale situation
SUNDAY BIG LOSERS
-- Bears a laughingstock, should let go of Cutler and save that money
-- Cowboys, played better than expected with Orton, a perpetual joke
STEELERS HAVE LEGITIMATE BEEF
-- Officiating lapse may have cost them playoff berth
-- Don't have much room to talk when 8-8
WEEKEND GAMES AHEAD
-- Like Eagles over road-phobic Saints, physical 49ers over Packers
-- Like Bengals big and revived Indy at home
-- Dalton's performance a major story line of AFC playoffs
Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: December 30, 2013:
BLACK MONDAY UPDATE
-- Tomlin says league needs full-time officials
-- Thank you. $10 billion enterprise cheapened by bad, late calls
-- Can't have elderly insurance agents ruining games because mentally tired
-- A young man's profession, need to be sound of mind and body
-- Use offseason to stay in shape, do seminars, effect change
FOUR TOP SEEDS
-- Broncos hardly a lock, despite Manning's incredible season
-- Patriots ravaged by too many injuries, despite work of Belichick and Brady
-- Seahawks still Super Bowl favorites, with best defense and efficient offense
-- Panthers could shock world or be bounced in first game
-- Likely NFC second round: SF at Seattle, Philly at Carolina
-- Likely AFC second round: Indy at Denver, Cincinnati at New England
-- NFC seems like varsity, AFC like JV
-- Mack Brown faces his Alamo, will be shellacked by Oregon
-- Preview other pre-New Year games
-- QBs on display: Mariota, Bortles, Hundley
-- Waiting for Jimbo Fisher?
-- Briles wouldn't deny he wants job
-- More than 30 dead in suicide explosions as Winter Olympics approach
-- Legitimate concerns about Sochi Games. Is Putin ready?
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