Like some people like to throw out there every so often that the offense has broken records the last 4 years and that Marty deserves some credit for it, that's all well and good, but if he was truly respected around the NFL circles, you would think he would get more chances to be interviewed for the vacancies around the league. Maybe his decision as the Head Coach of the Lions to kick the ball first in sudden death overtime doomed his reputation forever, but you would think people would look past that and hold Marty in high regard for the records this offense has broken. But nothing, he doesn't even get many (if any) interviews, where so many young guys get considered for these positions and have no experience at all. Let's hope if ex-Eagle Director of Player Personnel Ryan Grigson, the new GM of the Colts, can at least land Marty an interview for the Colts opening. And as Tommy Lawlor suggested, if Marty is considered there, maybe he can take Juan with him. Now that is what I consider killing two birds
with one stone !!! We can all hope, can't we ?