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Panthers Offense: Panthers to interview Chudzinski

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No surprise here, thanks for the link. I think this guy will be our offensive coordinator, he will have a lot of work to do but lets hope he isn't going to be another Jeff Davidson.

It says that the Dolphins are also trying to get this guy but I think we have an advantage with Rivera as our head coach. The Dolphins might have more problems than us if Brown leaves.

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Will he be running the same offense that the Chargers ran this year? If so it could be really exciting, but first we would have to find a decent QB... T.J. Yates! lol I kid I kid.

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Will he be running the same offense that the Chargers ran this year? If so it could be really exciting, but first we would have to find a decent QB... T.J. Yates! lol I kid I kid.

yeah :) Im pretty sure he will run Chargers offense ...here in carolina :)

He may be ending up here because of Rivera :cool:

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LOL @ TJ Yates.

I would like to see us get Orton or McNabb McNabb has been a great leader to young Qbs and we need someone who can help groom Clausen. Doesn't the Chargers offense require a qb with a good arm? I haven't watched too many Chargers game but I remember seeing a lot of long passes thrown. One problem with us and the SD offense is that SD has a lot of big WRs and TE, we don't have the size that SD has at WR so that might be a problem.

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So, Jango & CHUD? Awesome! Are there any DCs that we could link to a 1960s Batman villain?

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LOL @ TJ Yates.

I would like to see us get Orton or McNabb McNabb has been a great leader to young Qbs and we need someone who can help groom Clausen. Doesn't the Chargers offense require a qb with a good arm? I haven't watched too many Chargers game but I remember seeing a lot of long passes thrown. One problem with us and the SD offense is that SD has a lot of big WRs and TE, we don't have the size that SD has at WR so that might be a problem.

Im a Panther n charger fan .... i seen most of there game....and you make a point there with getting a good QB

But SD offense is like spreading the ball around and getting it out quick

but for that to happen we NEED good OL

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I bet this is the guy. Steelers current OC was a TE coach

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Will he be running the same offense that the Chargers ran this year? If so it could be really exciting, but first we would have to find a decent QB... T.J. Yates! lol I kid I kid.

Check the offsense for the 07 and 08 browns he was OC with them.

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Im a Panther n charger fan .... i seen most of there game....and you make a point there with getting a good QB

But SD offense is like spreading the ball around and getting it out quick

but for that to happen we NEED good OL

We do have a good O-Line. They got off to a very slow start and the injury to Otah didn't help but they got it going near the end of the season. I think Schwartz is a very servicable RG but we may need to look for a true starter in the draft or free agency.

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