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New QB Coach: Rip Scherer

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Maybe he can help a rookie we draft this year in the late rounds

what's wrong with Moore?

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He seems like a good Coach

Rip Scherer's Closer Stats

Penn State Nittany Lions(1974-75)- Won the Orange Bowl, and the Cotton Bowl.

North Carolina State Wolfpack(1976)- None of significance.

Hawaii Warriors(1977-78)- Running Back Coach, coached Gary Allen to Hawaii record.

Virginia Cavaliers(1979)- None of significance.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets(1980-86)- Won the All American Bowl.

Alabama Crimson Tide(1987)- Lost the Hall of Fame Bowl.

Arizona Wildcats(1988-90)- Won the Copper Bowl, and Lost the Aloha Bowl.

James Madison Dukes(1991-94)- Two playoff bids for the Dukes in 1991 and 1994.

Memphis Tigers(1995-2000)- Built a team that has gone to 5 bowl games since he left.

Kansas Jayhawks(2001)- Built a team that has gone to 4 bowl games since he left.

Souther Mississippi Golden Eagles(2003-04)- Won New Orleans Bowl, Lost Liberty Bowl

Cleveland Browns(2005-2008)- Rip Scherer coached Derek Anderson, Charlie Frye, Trent Dilfer, Brady Quinn, Ken Dorsey, Bruce Gradkowski, Doug Johnson, Lang Campbell, and Richard Bartel. Rip Scherer finished his career with the Browns 24-40.

CAROLINA PANTHERS(2009-???)- OUTCOME UNKOWN

LETS GO PANTHERS!!!

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I think the timing might be better than the pick......

Think,

Jake (our QB) just had a horrible game, piss poor decisions and bad throws. We get a new guy who has something to prove.

You better believe that he will work with JAKE to get better.

= improved QB

Great timing no matter what. It will be great for JAKE to learn some new tricks :D

(and he has a history w/Davidson so the transition will be smooth)

I like the move too but we shouldnt have to be teaching Jake anything since hes a vet and has been around for awhile. Its going to benefit Moore/McCown.

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I like the move too but we shouldnt have to be teaching Jake anything since hes a vet and has been around for awhile. Its going to benefit Moore/McCown.

never to old or vetted to improve.

Ask Testeverde.

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Does this mean Fox won't get fired this off season? I know I am dreaming...
Get rid of Fox and Jake. This team should have been super bowl bound this year. No thanks to Jake tho he has to throw interceptions in every game. I say can his and Foxes ass.:D

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Maybe he can help a rookie we draft this year in the late rounds

I think there is a good chance this move was made with the intent on Rip helping select and develop a rookie QB...

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Looks to me like they hired the first and only guy they interviewed. They didn't give this one much thought and either don't care or don't value a QB coach that much.

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I must be missing something...what the hell is good about the man that coached Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn and Ken Dorsey to the great fantastic QBs they are right now?

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I must be missing something...what the hell is good about the man that coached Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn and Ken Dorsey to the great fantastic QBs they are right now?

Kind of my thoughts as well, sure Anderson had his great year a couple years ago, but i dont remember much happening in Cleveland this past season. Jake needs some work, hopefully this guy WILL make some changes

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I must be missing something...what the hell is good about the man that coached Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn and Ken Dorsey to the great fantastic QBs they are right now?

They are all better than anyone McCoy has coached up.

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They are all better than anyone McCoy has coached up.

yes they are that, Delhomme still has the same problems he had when he got here now and most of that can be fixed but McCoy didn't believe in making changes to qb's and their techniques and methods. I'm just glad he's gone, maybe just maybe, some of delhommes problems can be fixed and adjusted.

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I must be missing something...what the hell is good about the man that coached Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn and Ken Dorsey to the great fantastic QBs they are right now?

Ridiculous statement. Anderson had an impressive season last season and Quinn had only been with him two seasons and subsequently got injured in one of his two starts (?) so basing him on that is just plain foolish. Dorsey also signed with the Browns this season if I am not mistaken, along with Gradkowski so that is hardly much time to make a huge impact on a QB especially when they fell like flies for the Browns. the Browns had so many problems this season that NO QB would have performed well.

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