I know it's obviously way early and all that jazz, but I'm home sick tonight and we're going to need one of these threads eventually anyways. I really hope we can Bowles even though the shitty record won't really be his fault. Some options to consider: Darrell Bevell - Seahawks offensive coordinator since 2011 Yardage ranks w/ Seahawks - 28th, 17th, 17th, 9th, 4th, 12th Mike Shula - Panthers offensive coordinator since 2013 Yardage ranks w/ Panthers - 26th, 16th, 11th, 19th Todd Haley - Steelers offensive coordinator since 2012 Yardage ranks w/ Steelers - 21st, 20th, 2nd, 3rd, 7th Steve Sarkisian - new Falcons offensive coordinator, formerly Alabama's coordinator David Shaw - Stanford head coach (65-17) Mike McCoy - Broncos offensive coordinator, Chargers head coach 2013-2016 Yardage ranks w/ Chargers - 5th, 18th, 9th, 14th Scott Linehan - Cowboys offensive coordinator/former Lions offensive coordinator Yardage ranks w/ Lions & Cowboys - 26th, 17th, 5th, 3rd, 6th, 22nd, 5th I really would prefer to not get yet another first time head coach promoted from a coordinator spot. That's why I sort of like Haley, Linehan or McCoy on their second go around. McCoy's Chargers teams got killed with injuries and poorly timed turnovers, not to mention the franchise moving. Haley is a hot head and coming from my Steelers fan friend, he strongly disliked him in the beginning until he and Ben started gelling. Now he is extremely innovative with the way he makes sure he gets the ball in the hands of his best playmakers. Linehan was 11-21 as the Rams head coach. That franchise was pretty beat for talent though. He's also worked under Jason Garrett for the past two years and he's a damn good offensive mind, not to mention he aided in the development of Matthew Stafford. I'll add some more as I look deeper into it. Throw some names out there.