June 24, 2024

Quinn may now start working with Adam Peters, the new general manager, as Washington has finally completed the required changes.

Quinn will need to choose the player he wants to manage the offence, though. After just a year on the job, Eric Bieniemy made the best of the parts that were available.

However, we don’t think “EB” is a good fit for this position because we think Quinn will prefer to have his own candidate take over.

However, John Keim of ESPN concurs with us and believes that Quinn should look for a new offensive coordinator as his first priority.

Keim writes, “Finding a top offensive coordinator.” “Although Quinn’s defence ultimately proved to be his undoing in Atlanta, Washington must prioritise improving the offence. It’s expected that the Commanders would select a quarterback with the second pick in the 2024 draft, thus Quinn needs to have a solid offensive game plan.

That refers to the quarterback’s coach as well as the coordinator. In the event that his coordinator becomes very successful and swiftly departs to take a head coaching job, he will also need to have a solid succession plan in place. Tavita Pritchard is the quarterbacks coach at Washington, and Eric Bieniemy is the offensive coordinator at the moment. Each has a contract for

After just one season, could Quinn and Washington truly move on from Bieniemy? In a way, that does seem “unfair,” and perhaps Quinn will at least question him.

Washington’s offence, which was ranked 25th last season under Bieniemy, averaged 19.4 points per game, 15th in passing yards (245), 27th in rushing yards (93.6), and 25th in points (329).

According to a report from NFL insider Cameron Wolfe, the Philadelphia Eagles are asking to interview Joe Kasper, the safeties coach for the Miami Dolphins, for the same position. Vic Fangio, the new defensive coordinator for the Eagles, is noted by Wolfe to particularly admire Kasper.

Kasper was a defensive quality control coach with the Eagles in 2021 and 2022 before joining the Dolphins only a year ago. Thus, a trip back to Philadelphia might be planned.

If the Eagles choose to sign Kasper, Miami does not need to give them permission to interview him. However, it’s possible that Chris Shula, the new defensive coordinator for the Dolphins, has other ideas about staffing.

Since Tim Hauck last held the position in 2020, the Eagles have not utilised the term “safeties coach.” Since then

Now that Dan Quinn, a resident of Morristown, is the head coach of the Commanders, the Cowboys require a defensive coordinator.

Could Wink Martindale, the former defensive coordinator for the Giants, take Quinn’s job in Dallas?

Should Martindale succeed, he would have the opportunity to torture Giants head coach Brian Daboll twice in 2024, following their contentious split following the current campaign.

Daboll is under pressure going into Year 3 following the 6-11 disaster of the previous season. (Incidentally, he still needs to hire a new defensive coordinator.) Furthermore, Martindale’s options for an offseason defensive coordinator position are unrestricted due to their amicable divorce.

The Eagles sought him after he had an interview with the Jaguars. However, Vic Fangio in Philadelphia and Ryan Nielsen in Jacksonville were hired by both teams as defensive coordinators. So far this offseason, Martindale has not garnered any interest from other defensive coordinators.

Martindale might end up in Dallas even though he was not hired by the Eagles. The Cowboys, like the Eagles, are not short on talented defensive players, such as Micah Parsons.

In terms of defensive rankings, Dallas concluded 2023 ranked fifth on Pro Football Focus; the Eagles and Giants finished 14th and 26th, respectively. (The Giants’ inconsistent defensive play in 2023 includes giving up 640 yards in a 49-17 loss to Dallas, which is the second-highest amount of yards they had ever given up.)

Naturally, one must question what Cowboys

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