Jump to content
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts Fan Forum

The chances of keeping our Colts Coordinators?


Recommended Posts

Every season teams need a new head coach and the first to get interviews for any job are the offensive and defensive coordinators. After this season, it will be very obvious that the Colts will be a hot team for coaching candidates. I really like the direction the team is going and alot of the great recent gameplay has not only to do with Reich but the coordinators. How do you maintain your coordinators consistent? Can they just offer them larger contracts to keep them? I would hate to see coordinators come in and out for Andrew Luck.

  • Like 1
  • Confused 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
4 minutes ago, bap1331 said:

Every season teams need a new head coach and the first to get interviews for any job are the offensive and defensive coordinators. After this season, it will be very obvious that the Colts will be a hot team for coaching candidates. I really like the direction the team is going and alot of the great recent gameplay has not only to do with Reich but the coordinators. How do you maintain your coordinators consistent? Can they just offer them larger contracts to keep them? I would hate to see coordinators come in and out for Andrew Luck.

 

Wow!    He’s been missing for most of one of the most enjoyable seasons in Colts history.....

 

Now he’s back...   and LOOK,  he’s got a negative post?!?    Who saw THAT coming?!?    (Sarcasm alert!)

 

Yes, we can try to entice our coaches not to leave...   you mean,   You don’t know this?    Of course you did.....

  • Like 5
  • Confused 3
Link to post
Share on other sites
13 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

Wow!    He’s been missing for most of one of the most enjoyable seasons in Colts history.....

 

Now he’s back...   and LOOK,  he’s got a negative post?!?    Who saw THAT coming?!?    (Sarcasm alert!)

 

Yes, we can try to entice our coaches not to leave...   you mean,   You don’t know this?    Of course you did.....

I fail to see how its a negative post...? 

  • Like 5
Link to post
Share on other sites
13 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

Wow!    He’s been missing for most of one of the most enjoyable seasons in Colts history.....

 

Now he’s back...   and LOOK,  he’s got a negative post?!?    Who saw THAT coming?!?    (Sarcasm alert!)

 

Yes, we can try to entice our coaches not to leave...   you mean,   You don’t know this?    Of course you did.....

Lmao,can't let us enjoy it .Always negative thoughts .

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
30 minutes ago, bap1331 said:

Every season teams need a new head coach and the first to get interviews for any job are the offensive and defensive coordinators. After this season, it will be very obvious that the Colts will be a hot team for coaching candidates. I really like the direction the team is going and alot of the great recent gameplay has not only to do with Reich but the coordinators. How do you maintain your coordinators consistent? Can they just offer them larger contracts to keep them? I would hate to see coordinators come in and out for Andrew Luck.

Offer more money.

  • Thanks 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
12 minutes ago, Calmack said:

I fail to see how its a negative post...? 

Really?     It’s hard to see?

 

He hasn’t posted in about 10-11 weeks and his first post back is about the possibility of losing a coordinator after the season which is not even over yet?

 

If you know the poster,  this is typical of what he does....   many other posters simply refer to him as a troll....

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
36 minutes ago, krunk said:

I don't think we lose anybody by poaching after 1 season.

You know the Browns or the Bills would be desperate enough to take someone from the Colts organization. Lets not forget the Browns picked up Grigson. LOL!

Link to post
Share on other sites
27 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

Really?     It’s hard to see?

 

He hasn’t posted in about 10-11 weeks and his first post back is about the possibility of losing a coordinator after the season which is not even over yet?

 

If you know the poster,  this is typical of what he does....   many other posters simply refer to him as a troll....

Yeah it's hard to see, however I also dont know the poster. To me it just seems like a post with actual worry about out coordinators being poached.

  • Like 3
Link to post
Share on other sites
36 minutes ago, bap1331 said:

You know the Browns or the Bills would be desperate enough to take someone from the Colts organization. Lets not forget the Browns picked up Grigson. LOL!

 

And have already let Grigson go.    That happened long before this season even started.

 

I think he’s scouting for Seattle now...  but not positive.

Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, bap1331 said:

Every season teams need a new head coach and the first to get interviews for any job are the offensive and defensive coordinators. After this season, it will be very obvious that the Colts will be a hot team for coaching candidates. I really like the direction the team is going and alot of the great recent gameplay has not only to do with Reich but the coordinators. How do you maintain your coordinators consistent? Can they just offer them larger contracts to keep them? I would hate to see coordinators come in and out for Andrew Luck.

We can always pull a NE style hook-job last minute as they are clearing their desks like Joshy-boy.

  You know, bring out some "dirt" you have on them to force them to stay.

  • Like 1
  • Sad 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
21 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

And have already let Grigson go.    That happened long before this season even started.

 

I think he’s scouting for Seattle now...  but not positive.


I think Grigs would be the perfect foil to Gruden out in Oakland/Vegas. MAKE IT HAPPEN, FOOTBALL GODS!!!

Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, bap1331 said:

Every season teams need a new head coach and the first to get interviews for any job are the offensive and defensive coordinators. After this season, it will be very obvious that the Colts will be a hot team for coaching candidates. I really like the direction the team is going and alot of the great recent gameplay has not only to do with Reich but the coordinators. How do you maintain your coordinators consistent? Can they just offer them larger contracts to keep them? I would hate to see coordinators come in and out for Andrew Luck.

if we were 9-1 or even 9-3 i would probably say yes there is a chance but 7-6 nah the colts should be safe from them vacant Coordinator poachers lol:D

Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, bap1331 said:

Every season teams need a new head coach and the first to get interviews for any job are the offensive and defensive coordinators. After this season, it will be very obvious that the Colts will be a hot team for coaching candidates. I really like the direction the team is going and alot of the great recent gameplay has not only to do with Reich but the coordinators. How do you maintain your coordinators consistent? Can they just offer them larger contracts to keep them? I would hate to see coordinators come in and out for Andrew Luck.

Great question.  Whenever an offense or defense does well the risk is there of losing a coordinator.   I think we will be fine, but Eberflus was well sought after before coming here, so he may garner some interest.

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
3 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

Wow!    He’s been missing for most of one of the most enjoyable seasons in Colts history.....

 

Now he’s back...   and LOOK,  he’s got a negative post?!?    Who saw THAT coming?!?    (Sarcasm alert!)

 

Yes, we can try to entice our coaches not to leave...   you mean,   You don’t know this?    Of course you did.....

How is he being negative? He’s saying he likes the coaches we have and doesn’t want to lose them. If that’s being negative then I guess I’m negative as well. I don’t see anything wrong with him wanting to keep this awesome coaching staff that we currently have.

  • Like 3
Link to post
Share on other sites

Teams will fear that Sirianni is a product of Reich’s offensive scheme and play calling. No worries there. 

 

Most teams will be looking for the offensive genius head coach, so Eberflus should be safe too.

 

I’m not worrried. 

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
7 minutes ago, coltsva said:

Teams will fear that Sirianni is a product of Reich’s offensive scheme and play calling. No worries there. 

 

Most teams will be looking for the offensive genius head coach, so Eberflus should be safe too.

 

I’m not worrried. 

Lol if we continue to have success and improve over the next year or two Sirianni will get probed. Not way around it. Its gonna happen. 

  • Sad 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, Calmack said:

Lol if we continue to have success and improve over the next year or two Sirianni will get probed. Not way around it. Its gonna happen. 

I agree, but don’t think there’s anything to be concerned about this offseason. 

Link to post
Share on other sites
52 minutes ago, Mr.Debonair said:

McVay was an OC for 3 years beforehand. Didn’t happen after one year 

 

It took Nagy less than a year of calling plays. 

 

But I don't think our coordinators are going anywhere any time soon. Sirianni is not calling plays and never has called plays; he has very little resume so far. Eberflus is in his first year as a coordinator, and while he's apparently highly thought of, his unit isn't setting the world on fire, and offensive head coaches are the trend right now.

 

As for how a team keeps their coordinators, you really can't. If they get a shot at a head coaching job, there's nothing you can really do to stop them from taking it. And really, a team shouldn't want to hold their guys back. 

 

I'm usually not a fan of the HC being the primary play caller, but it seems to be working well this year. And the main benefit is that, if the OC leaves, the QB doesn't have to learn a new offense, system, play caller, coaching style, etc. We can basically set up an assembly line of offensive assistants, in the event that Sirianni did actually get interest from another team. 

  • Like 7
  • Thanks 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, Superman said:

I'm usually not a fan of the HC being the primary play caller, but it seems to be working well this year. And the main benefit is that, if the OC leaves, the QB doesn't have to learn a new offense, system, play caller, coaching style, etc. We can basically set up an assembly line of offensive assistants, in the event that Sirianni did actually get interest from another team. 

 

Excellent point...

Link to post
Share on other sites

I was listening to a sports talk show yesterday and they were predicting  candidates for HC job in the NFL.  Sirianni name was brought up.

Just curious on peoples thoughts  out there if these two will receive offers from other teams due to the success/improvement the Colts have shown.

Link to post
Share on other sites

While I think both coordinators have done a solid job this year we/media have to remember a couple of things:

 

1)  Frank calls the plays

2)  We're 7-6, barely 500

3)  Our defense is outside top 10 

 

I don't think either has been good enough to get a HC gig. Give it a couple of years I feel the conversation of losing them will be much more real. 

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, John Hammonds said:

I'm with Superman.  (what an incredible meme)

Nick Sirianni and Matt Eberflus are both 1st year coordinators.  I think it is highly unlikely that either one would be instantly tabbed for a HC position after only 1 year experience.

my opinion, only way that remotely happens is if we somehow sneak into the playoffs, go on a run and win the big dance. Only way that happens.

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
11 hours ago, Calmack said:

Lol if we continue to have success and improve over the next year or two Sirianni will get probed. Not way around it. Its gonna happen. 

Abducted by aliens and probed or

is there another type of probing that

I'm not aware of?

Link to post
Share on other sites

@NewColtsFan Easy there buddy. No reason to get hostel.

 

To answer the OP's question, I doubt it. Teams usually like to see a string of seasons of success before they consider interviewing a OC or DC for HC and this is both Nick's and Matt's first year as coordinators.  

Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm not very worried about losing them this year because it's their first year.  

 

Next year if we're doing well, then that is a certain possibility.  

 

Our OC doesn't call plays though so that might hurt his stock a bit.  But to be fair it won't kill his stock.  Frank didn't call plays in Philly either.  However Frank was also a guy who got the job because the Colt's got left at the altar at the last minute after all the top candidates had already been hired.  (So his lack of calling plays did prevent him from being considered a top candidate despite the fact that he had Wentz playing at an MVP level in just his second year in the league)

Link to post
Share on other sites
17 hours ago, bap1331 said:

Every season teams need a new head coach and the first to get interviews for any job are the offensive and defensive coordinators. After this season, it will be very obvious that the Colts will be a hot team for coaching candidates. I really like the direction the team is going and alot of the great recent gameplay has not only to do with Reich but the coordinators. How do you maintain your coordinators consistent? Can they just offer them larger contracts to keep them? I would hate to see coordinators come in and out for Andrew Luck.

 

I think we'd have to make a pretty deep playoff run before we have to worry about a purge on our coaching staff, especially considering that pretty much all of them are rookies at their current positions.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Thread of the Week

  • Topics

  • Posts

    • OMG. I've been saying the same thing, just using his last name in there too. Such an obscure connection to make and I have no clue how the both of us made it.
    • If Leno is an upgrade then I question why the team signed all these other guys that really can’t play. They aren’t any better than Clark. Should have drafted one rather than signing up quantity over quality.
    • That may be, but why cut one of the most prized positions on a team when he wasn’t all that expensive? It would make sense to cut Nick Foles to save bucks if Leno was as good as some think.
    • Lets look at Leno a bit more   Villinueva had a PFF Ranking at 74.6 Anthony Cantstandya had a PFF Ranking of 73.4 Leno had a PFF Ranking of 74.6   Leno isnt an ALL PRO..... I get it..... but he isnt far off of other LTs that we were clamoring for   Leno also..... started EVERY GAME for 5 years.......  Thats big   Leno is better than Tevi..... if I am Wentz and there is choice between these two, I am standing on the table shouting "LENO!"   As mentioned, Leno would get a "boost" to play better because the line stunts Q is going to hold his own   The Colts need to get thru this coming year at LT. Leno isnt the long term answer (I dont think) But he is good enough to play LT on this line, for this year.   If we play a team with a dominant RDE, you chip the guy, or have a large number of plays where the the TE blocks.    A good running attack also helps slow down the pass rush     I started out wanting Fisher, and they may work something out for the long run, but Leno seems to be someone that we can plug in and go With all the research pointing to a 11-12 months on a full recovery, for Fisher, I think the Colts may let him pass How do you pay the guy for this year, if he isnt playing?   Tough calls..... I hope W.T.H. will not sign Leno.
    • His measurable s (As listed above by Scott) and college success were very very impressive. I wouldnt say no one cares what round you were drafted in, higher picks still get more chances without previous success than non. I guess time will tell but our system seems like a very good fit for what he does well.
  • Members

    • B~Town

      B~Town 216

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Wentzszn

      Wentzszn 10,409

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • throwing BBZ

      throwing BBZ 1,213

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • DynaMike

      DynaMike 33

      New Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Dogg63

      Dogg63 2,223

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Balzer40

      Balzer40 0

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Hoose

      Hoose 1,255

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • wordofmouth

      wordofmouth 86

      Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • 1959Colts

      1959Colts 1,196

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • ztboiler

      ztboiler 308

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
×
×
  • Create New...