We've been here long enough to know this means nothing. Heck, I laughed when the Eagles hired Doug Pederson a few years ago.
Yahoo Sports: Frank Schwab wrote:
1. Brian Flores, Miami Dolphins — Is putting Flores No. 1 an overreaction to Super Bowl LIII? Sure. But Flores actually has something really good on his résumé. He’s not someone who was fired from his alma mater after not winning in the Big 12, he didn’t wash out with the Dolphins, and he didn’t direct one offense that was in the bottom eight of the league last season. He wasn’t hired after one good-half season as an offensive coordinator or because a team hopes Sean McVay’s magic has rubbed off. He’s not a short-term answer in his 60s. Flores is 37 years old, well respected by players and for a while has been touted as a star in making. He landed on a Dolphins team that won’t be good for a while, and hopefully he’ll be given patience. He’ll need it. But he absolutely could be the first Bill Belichick assistant to hit it big. He comes in with a lot of positive momentum. Multiple Patriots players and Belichick said Flores called the Patriots defense in the Super Bowl, according to Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson. He wasn’t just along for the ride as Belichick called the shots.https://sports.yahoo.com/team-made-best ... 03628.html
The entire league is looking for the next McVay, and the Dolphins landed the guy who figured out McVay’s offense in a Super Bowl.
2. Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3. Matt LaFleur, Green Bay Packers
4. Vic Fangio, Denver Broncos
5. Freddie Kitchens, Cleveland Browns
6. Adam Gase, New York Jets
7. Kliff Kingsbury, Arizona Cardinals
8. Zac Taylor, Cincinnati Bengals