Bruce Arians Says Nick Saban's NFL Dream Job Is Vacant Right Now
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
The recently retired Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was on Colin Cowerd Tuesday talking about the reign of Nick Saban and possibility of him ever leaving Alabama. Arians shared that the New York Giants job is the one Saban "covets" and reminded everyone that it's also a position that is open right now...

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Please, Nick, go to NYG. Put us all out of our misery.
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CBS...... Nick ain't going anywhere
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dream on
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New York, Neeew Yooork
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Got his arse handed to him in Miami. The press, the players, don't respond to his inttimidating style.
Reply6 months
and he almost got to the playoffs. People don't remember, Saban wasn't bad at Miami, he was just average and left.
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He will go once he breaks Bear's record.
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Saban can’t succeed in NFL. He won’t go.
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Bruce Arians is a dumb son of a bitch.
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he can't recruit the best athletes out of the country to play on his NFL team which is why he's an NFL failure
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His strengths are creating advantages on the amateur level through budget, recruiting, intimidation and bending every imaginable rule as far as possible. This scenario doesn't work in the NFL. Saban is the GOAT but on the NCAA level.
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"DVinBR95: he can't recruit the best athletes out of the country to play on his NFL team which is why he's an NFL failure". You may hate Saban since he hooked up with Bama but he has always been a great coach. He turned LSU around by using using the strengths of the talent he has on hand and makes up for the deficit of talent by taking advantage of the other teams weaknesses. I wish he were still at LSU but that is a dream.
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He is not going anywhere. He always hold 4-5 press conferences saying he is staying before he bails. He has not held one yet.
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He is not a good enough coach to win in the NFL. When will people learn this fact??? He has to have an overwhelming talent advantage to win consistantly. Leave it alone. He will retire in turdtown.
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I would love for Saban to go the frick away, but he did the NFL and he hated it because he couldn't control everything. From the media to the front office to the players. He was disliked by the players, not given enough power by the front office, and the media asked him hard questions with hard answers. Why go back to that when you can hand pick your media members, the adminstration is your bitch buddy, and the players all love, respect and fear you so they do what you tell them to do.
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Wow you have all the answers, how exactly do you know all this stuff?
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Saban tried the NFL and failed. He won't do that again, especially when he can cement his legacy as the greatest college coach in history in a few more years.
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I can't help but think that it easts away at him and he needs to prove that he can win there.
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In Birmingham just got to see his new Mercedes dealership (surprised it’s not dodge), success come easy, and the program is exactly where he wants. O and he’s paid more ways than one. Too smart to walk on that.
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Fake News. Arians admitted later he never spoke to Saban and made the whole thing up for fun.
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It's real news I talk to saban yesterday ??
6 months
Same thing as every time they've brought this up before: Mrs. Terry isn't moving.
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If he didnt take the job in the 90's, I doubt he will now
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Giants better interview someone black before even thinking about hiring Saban
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Raiders are now in trouble for hiring Gurden without interviewing blacks first. frick off downvoters!
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