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Should Coach Fox be Given a new Contract?

Should Coach Fox be Given a new Contract?   73 members have voted

  1. 1. Should Coach Fox be Given a new Contract?

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Based off of the Fox to Cleveland thread, just thought I would ask and get a temp of the board.

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Well, yeah. But right now, what do you think?

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I'd go with yes, assuming his staff come along. I'm really going to make my decision once I see what he can do with this young team. I would like to see some more flare in the offense, but would ultimately like his staff to stay, especially Meeks.

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Well, yeah. But right now, what do you think?

Based on conditions right now, August 27, 2010 1:52 EST, considering we had an 8-8 2009 regular season record, heard comments like "Jake Delhomme gives us the best chance to win", and now a 0-2 2010 Preseason, and the current catastrophe of Armanti Edwards... hell no.

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@ OnlyPantherfaninMaine: I feel the same way. But in 10 weeks.....who knows...:)

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Yes. He's one of the better coaches in the league, whether Panthers fans want to admit it or not. If he left Carolina he would have absolutely no problem finding a HC job somewhere else. I think with the group of coaches he has assembled (mainly referring to Meeks and Davidson), we have a hell of a staff that can take this team far. We have a very talented young core of players and Fox can make some great things happen with them. If Fox stays around I'm confident we will get back to the Super Bowl before the Stewart/Otah/Kalil/Beason/Brown/Clausen/Munnerlyn/Godfrey/Martin era is over.

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Based on conditions right now, August 27, 2010 1:52 EST, considering we had an 8-8 2009 regular season record, heard comments like "Jake Delhomme gives us the best chance to win", and now a 0-2 2010 Preseason, and the current catastrophy of Armanti Edwards... hell no.

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