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Offensive Coordinators

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Looking more and more likely that we are going the Defensive coordinator route who is high on lists that people would consider for offensive coordinator?

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ya I saw that one. Who is he and is he the only guy that has been thrown around in league circles?

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We let the best one go to Denver

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Say no to McCoy :nonod:

Ken Zampese (QB coach of the Bengals) was a guy we interviewed before hiring Davidson.

His dad was the architect of the Cowboy offenses and a mentor to Norv Turner, but association with the Bengals hurts.

There's also Charlie Joiner (WR coach of the Chargers) as a thought if we hire Rivera.

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Josh McDaniels (look at the offensive numbers folks)

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Josh McDaniels (look at the offensive numbers folks)

I agree. Him + Rivera would be a good combo with Luck IMO.

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I don't know how I feel about McDaniels.

One, he called out his entire coaching staff infront of the owner. Something that's seriously frowned upon.

Two, he was the guy calling the plays in Denver, not McCoy. So, if anyone's to blame on what happened there, it would be him.

And three, well, he's Lil' Hoodie.

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Rule of Thumb: Avoid the Belichick coaching tree at all costs.

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