We shall see if the O Line develops the way I believe it will. If it does Denison will get part of the credit. If it doesn't he will get part of the blame.StumpHunter wrote: ↑Mon Aug 17, 2020 9:14 amJust to be clear, I don't think Dennison is necessarily a detriment to the Oline succeeding. Kubiak probably keeps him around because he does a good job relaying the scheme he wants to run. I just don't think Dennison is capable of developing Oline talent the way a Mike Munchak can. If he takes over coaching the 16th best Oline, they are probably going to stay 16th best. Not someone I personally want coaching the weakest unit on the team.
Another, more nefarious reason Kubiak keeps him around might be because he isn't a threat to replace him.
I don't believe Kubiak is at all concerned about being replaced as an O coordinator.