If there is even a kernel of truth to the following passage regarding Winston Moss discussing how he would coach when he interviewed with the St. Louis Rams, Winston Moss will not be coming within 100 miles of the defensive coordinator job in Green Bay (emphasis mine):
Last weekend, the 43-year-old Moss, who has been an NFL position coach for 10 years, interviewed with Rams general manager Billy Devaney in St. Louis.
"I talked to the people at the Rams," the NFL club source said. "Even Winston admitted he wasn't ready to be a head coach. They started asking him questions about defense and he wasn't very good with it. He said, 'I think I'd just hire coordinators. I'd be the motivator.' "
Now, I realize we're dealing with that old bugaboo, anonymous sources, but if this is even tangentially true, Moss should absolutely, one hundred percent NOT be the choice for the coordinator job with the Packers. I mean, is he serious? You have your first ever head coaching interview and you don't come in with a meticulous plan on what you plan to do on both sides of the ball? Especially the defensive side, which is supposed to be your specialty? What's even scarier about the above is that McCarthy supposedly took time out of his schedule last week to help Moss prepare.
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