Tuesday, November 26, 2019

CFL's coaching frenzy in full swing. (CFL)

Not even two days removed from the Grey Cup, and the coaching frenzy is in full swing. It looks like there will be several changes at the very least, and they might happen sooner rather than later. TTS looks at all the potential moves that could end up happening.

1) Jason Maas.

The head coach of the Edmonton Eskimos has been on borrowed time all season long, and it's been said that the team's management is eager for a change. The Eskimos did surprise everyone (including TTS) by beating Montreal in the first round, only to lose to Hamilton the next week. If the Esks fire Maas, it's conceivable to think he would end up with the RedBlacks.

2) Rick Campbell.

The former head coach of the Ottawa RedBlacks in interviewing with the B.C. Lions this week, and could also potentially end up in Edmonton if Maas gets the boot, or if the interview with the Lions doesn't work out. That being said, Campbell needs to become more offensively minded in the future in order to succeed. The main reason he was let go in Ottawa was for a lack of offence over the course of the whole season.

3) Orlondo Steinauer.

He has rightly been extended as the head coach of the Tiger-Cats, the Grey Cup loss notwithstanding. Not only is he the coach of the year for what he did in Hamilton, but is one of the smartest men in the CFL at this moment. He'll have future success in the league, as there is plenty of time.

4) Mike O'Shea.

He isn't going anywhere, thanks to the big Grey Cup victory on Sunday.

5) Ryan Dinwiddie.

The former quarterback and now quarterbacks coach with the RedBlacks could be promoted to top spot, depending on what the RedBlacks are looking for. Could be interesting in Ottawa in the next few weeks or so.

6) Corey Chamblin.

The Argonauts head coach will be back for another season, and can't really be blamed for the 2019 disaster that Toronto had. New GM Mike 'Pinball' Clemons will most likely waste no time in rebuilding the roster, and help turn the team around. The only way for the Argos to go at this point is up, and it should be interesting.

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