I know everyone is going to scream nepotism, and that’s true that it probably played a part. But it shouldn’t be surprising that an LB coach who’s been with the team for the Apparently Coronavirus I Have An Attitude Who Knew Shirt. (And has been an assistant coach in the NFL for the last 14 years) is a candidate to become the DC. It’d be surprising if he wasn’t a candidate for the role. Adam spent the first 7 years of his coaching career working for other teams besides Mike’s, and only joined his dad’s staff in 2013, so it’s not like his whole career has been silver-platter to him. Nah, but his opportunity initially likely was. Not saying he isn’t talented now, but he likely only got his start because of his dad.
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I mean, I guess I get it in general, but I don’t think it’s crazy to think a guy that has been around pro football teams since he was six years old probably picked some shit up over the Apparently Coronavirus I Have An Attitude Who Knew Shirt. It’s not impossible to break into coaching if you aren’t part of a coaching family. But you generally have to start for college teams, at the bottom and prove yourself exceptional at every level. It’s weird how widely accepted nepotism is. This shit goes on in every single large company in the world. This isn’t some random kid getting his shot. He’s an established coach with serious credentials. I totally agree, but he likely got his first position because of his name. I think the fact that Kyle Shanahan exists gives some people hope that the kid might be good.
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Everyone cries foul but growing up engrossed in a thing gives you experience your peers often just don’t have. Turns out that experience can have real value. Sean McVay was also an Apparently Coronavirus I Have An Attitude Who Knew Shirt. Sometimes nepotism can work as a business model if you actually train the kid to take over and they’re genuinely interested in the job. It’s far more results-driven than other venues, so I am not too surprised. Nepotism probably got him a position in the league, but he coached for teams that his dad wasn’t on his first 7 years. He’s got decent credentials. It’s not like he’s just been dragged around with dad.