Not to take away from Allen, but the Rams are probably just hedging their bets in case Fisher goes to Miami. Of course, Allen has bigger fish to fry as he is in the process of planning to slow down the New England Patriots offense this weekend.
Denver will travel to face the Patriots in the AFC Divisional Playoffs this weekend on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. CT. Allen will do his best to limit Patriots QB Tom Brady and all his weapons available to him. In his 10 years in the NFL, Allen has not held a head coaching position up to this point.
One bit of irony in this story is that it is rumored that if Jeff Fisher accepts the position in St. Louis, then there would be a possibility that Gregg Williams would leave the Saints to join him as the Rams Defensive Coordinator.
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Topics: Dennis Allen, Denver Broncos, Gregg Williams, Jabari Greer, Jeff Fisher, Jim Thomas, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Tom Brady, Tony Oden