I typed it backwards yesterday and he quoted the post before I had a chance to go back and edit.
Did you feel the same way about Bo Davis when he accepted a job at USC and then two weeks later joined the Bama staff?
It's the timing, not the desire to move up. Does a commitment not mean anything anymore? I don't know all the details of his travels, but going from Texas to Philly to Alabama in a short period of time would worry me. If Tampa Bay came knocking next week, would he go?
If he was offered a better position with Tampa I hope to god he'd go.
Like I said, I didn't know his full history. I saw he accepted a job at Texas (1), then went to Philly (2), then accepted a job with Alabama (3). Three jobs in a short few weeks was what concerned me. If this was true, I would be cautious because if he'll walk out on a commitment with other programs, he's just as likely to do it again to you/us/Alabama.
Fired from Texas, hired at Houston, then to Philly, landing at Bama. I do understand what you're thinking. Personally, I weigh that against career trajectory. IE: A defensive back coach at Alabama vs an assistant defensive back coach at Philly: it's a step up.