Ideal Coach: Urban Meyer, Head Coach at Ohio State
Runner up: Bus Bradley, Defensive Coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks
Mike Mularkey will likely only last one year in Jacksonville after producing one of the worst seasons in franchise history with a measly two wins all season. That type of ineptitude is rarely rewarded with return duties, regardless of how brief the opportunity was.
This is Mularkey's second go-round as a head coach and he's gone only 16-32 for the games he has been the head coach . This is clearly not a shining endorsement of a capable head coach by NFL standards.
With rumors swirling around the NFL that Jacksonville has serious interest in bringing in Tim Tebow, we must deduce from this that Jaguars ownership has very little interest in building a winning organization. Instead, they're more interested in selling tickets and making fans excited.
If Tebow does indeed sign with the Jaguars, then what would make the most sense in Jacksonville would be to reunite Tebow with his college coach Urban Meyer back in the state of Florida where they are both revered.
As ridiculous as this may seem, Meyer does in fact have perhaps the best chance of any coach to utilize Tebow in the most effective ways possible just as he did back in their days at Florida. Then finally the whole world would truly be able to see just what Tebow is capable of as an NFL quarterback.
Meyer has proven himself to be highly successful everywhere he has gone. Besides, if NFL teams are beginning to believe that Chip Kelly's offense can work in the NFL, then it shouldn't be so far-fetched to image Urban Meyer doing the same thing.
As for Jaguars' owner Shahid Khan, if this crazy plan were to actually pan out, then he gets to potentially experience the best of both worlds with Tebowmania back in its rightful state, and the added bonus of winning games.