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Default Top Head Coaching Candidates for the Bucs

Lets face it. After this disaster, the ship is sinking and Raheem is the captain. His @** is down right on fire in the coaching hot seat.

So, lets take a look at the top candidates to replace him.

1. Mike Zimmer DEF. Coordinator Cincinatti:
- Love what he brings to the game and what he's done in cincy. Has them a top 10 defense and I believe we have more talent to work with in Tampa. He comes from an outstanding pedigree as he was part of the Bill Parcells tree. Another plus is he has connections with Norv Turner with there time spent in Dallas together. Might be an attractive landing spot for Turner to come in as an offensive Coordinator, which he is best at.

2. Jeff Fisher
- A re-tread coach who was considered one of the best in the business. His fued with management over the Vince Young saga ended his tenure in Tennesee. However, he's still a great coach. However, I think it all depends on interest. Will the Glazers bring in Fisher and pay him what they paid Gruden? I don't know.

3. Rob Ryan
- I'm still undecided on this guy, but he brings a physical and firey attitude. He can coach any style of defense really so he'll adjust to the 4-3. He'll get that swagger put in our players and be a guy the team would love to play for.
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