so the NFL playoffs of still going on.
But here in Philadelphia, the Eagles season is over, and they need a new offensive coordinator they knew.
Need a new wide receivers coach.
So that was announced.
Is out as offense a coordinator.
To a surprise to nobody, Carson Walsh's out as wide receivers coach.
And you know, um not surprising.
So where do we go from here? Where do the Eagles go? Well, some candidates have hoping themselves up, and we're gonna talk about you.
I have one in mind that I think the Eagle should go with.
And no, I guess I'll get to him temporarily.
But you know, some candidates that are kind of being talked about some names that are being floated around.
We got Duce Staley.
Who's the current running backs coach? Uh, my calf ca.
Who is the quarterbacks coach of Kansas City? You know that name, I'm sure, is gonna be linked because of the connection with any re Doug Peterson.
All that, uh, I've seen, um how was that, I think was Charlie O'Connell.
So there's a bunch of names that are that are being or Kevin O'Connell ish, say, Charlie O'Connell.
I'm thinking about a former football player.
Uh, so All right, so those air some some rumor names Now I think the best name that I've seen Here's Jim Culpa Jim Caldwell, former coach of the Colts Lions.
But I'm gonna give an example of a, uh, great job he did back in 2012.
So if you don't know, a big reason why Joe Flacco got his payday back in 2013 was because it Jim Caldwell.
And during that Super Bowl run, you know, the Ravens went all the way to the Super Bowl.
Jim Caldwell took over around Midway point of the season.
Where was it? Here actually actually wrote something about this.
I used to be at the A place called the Sports Network.
I ruin ah, column on this.
What sites? I'm actually I'm actually looking at it right now, So itwas okay, so that once they got to 95 So? So it wasn't Midway through the season.
So Cam Cameron was replaced by Jim Caldwell.
Jim Caldwell got elevated for quarterbacks coach, the offensive coordinator.
And what happened? Waas Cam Cameron really went away from the run.
They started really throwing the ball around.
Even though they had Ray Rice and a great offensive line.
They started throwing the ball time.
9% of the time, Which is ridiculous.
Well, with Jim Caldwell at the helm, All of a sudden the Ravens started running the ball a lot more, and that became, you know, basically almost the team's identity.
So they started running it 51.
And what happens when you run the ball? Will you open up your play action game? You're deep play action game and Joe Flacco needs the play action.
So Cam Cameron got run, got past happy play action didn't work for him, but Jim Caldwell of Son, he starts running the ball a little bit more.
Joe Flacco gets hot in the playoffs and they go and win the Super Bowl.
What was it he had trying to see the structure he had he had, like, we have eight touchdowns in the postseason.
Uh, may I can't find it in the article here right now.
Sorry about that.
I will include a link if I can't see through the article that I'm looking at that moment.
But, uh, yeah, he was unbelievable in the playoff run.
And I'm trying, man, I definitely wrote it down.
But what happened with, um would call? Well, so they start, you know, Look, So Joe Black of we know that he's got a big arm, he gets it downfield 2020 yards, arm or, uh, he was attempting that 17.
3% of the time back in 2012.
But that led the NFL.
So you can see there.
You really got to establish the run in order for those past attempts to work out.
It was 11 touchdown passes.
Wow, 11 touchdown passes.
So he joined Joe Montana.
Kurt Warner in the record books, 11 touchdown passes.
And guess what? Flacco completed six throws of at least 50 yards, three of those going for scores in that postseason run.
So Flacco, after that you didn't really do too well.
Jim Caldwell went on, move to strike, and you know, I Look, I look at this situation with Carson Wentz and Joe Flacco.
You know, obviously one is more of Ah, a mobile quarterback than the other.
But you look at what they can do in the pocket.
They both like to push the boat out field.
They both really like to throw the deep out in the deep end.
Which is exactly what Joe Flacco. Lexapro.
So I think Jim Caldwell here would be a great, higher full birds as offense, according I really think so, because an issue I thought we might grow is the fact that he was kind of inexperience and, you know, a CZ as much of a genius as Doug Peterson is, he's still, you know, almost young and in the head coaching.
And I think sometimes, you know, having a veteran alongside of him like you did doing that Super Bowl running, too.
Coordinators who you know, had a lot of experience.
Frank Correct was a former head coach.
Same with Jim Schwartz, in short, still here, Alias, defensive coordinator and, uh, yeah, so I think some experience with is good, and Jim called.
Oh, is somebody who likes to run the football.
So I think you know, even him being in Doug Peterson here, kind of like Frank Reich was in 2017.
Hate, Doug, uh, not really run the ball right now.
It's not run the ball a little bit more.
I think it's always good to have him in here like that sometimes.
Don't get past that.
We've seen that as well.
All right, let's move on to Malcolm Jackets and talk about a potential extension because, you know, he had the comments earlier in the week that he wasn't gonna come back and feel that he's on.
And, you know, I really don't blame the guy because you look at his annual salary for next season, it's gonna be 7.
He is 12th among safety's, an average annual value, and you look at the top five safeties the game.
All of them are making 13 million plus a season.
So while Jenkins probably doesn't qualify for the top five, you know he's 32 now.
I don't think you get like some crazy deal.
I would expect something like a 2 to 3 year extension, a three year extension with an option for third year.
I think that's the way they go.
You look at Harrison Smith, he's making, I think, like 11 million season, so I think he gets somewhere around there.
11 to 12 million.
You laughed locked up mount from Jenkins.
You make him happy, you bring it back to bring back the leader of your defense, and we're ready to go.
So, Malcolm Jenkins, I mean, you've got so much for this scheme.
Perfect fit for the gym shorts.
Uh, you know, philosophy here because of his ability to play linebacker, you can cover the slot.
He can glitz, which is something we've seen more of him doing this season.
And even if he has to, you could drop back and play.
You know, that single high roll So Jenkins could do a little bit of everything and, you know, we could stop the run to along the edges.
He he does that all the time.
Ms Snap off the edge will come down the line and make the tackle.
Their running back does that.
So well, so Jenkins a new deal definitely deserved.
I think he's gonna get it.
Then there's that. So just quick thoughts here.
New offensive coordinator.
I would go Jim Caldwell and then Malcolm Jenkins definitely deserves an extension.
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