The general consensus seems to be that Jim Haslett is a very good HC, but that he was limited by poor ownership in New Orleans. But I don't see it. He appears to be a very mediocre coach to me. Even if you give him a pass this year due to the hurricane disaster and focus on the previous 2000-2004 seasons, he still only averaged a .500 record. He did get the 1 playoff win, but that was before the new NFC South reorg. And clearly the Saints have been the worst team in the new NFC South. And if you had to pick the best coach in that division, Haslett would get picked last after Gruden, Fox, and Mora Jr.So my question is, if Haslett gets a HC chance with another team, do you think he would do any better than the .500 record he averaged in NO his first 5 years? I don't think he would.
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