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Shula as OC...

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I was living in Tampa Bay for some of his tenure as OC...

Run...Run...Pass...Punt

That was the offense. It was a joke. A good game was 13 points, and they won them because of Tony Duny and Monte Kiffin's Defense.

Now, maybe he has learned. Maybe he is better now. But I have cold chills imagining him as the Panthers OC. I will try to be optimistic, but good lord, the memories. It was awful.

Please stay Chud. Please?

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We have two #1 runningbacks and one of the most impressive running qbs ever so foxball isn't that bad of an idea.

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We have two #1 runningbacks and one of the most impressive running qbs ever so foxball isn't that bad of an idea.

gtfo

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the only other thing Shula has going for him is if there is ever a movie made about James Taylor he could play a young James.

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Weren't Dilfer and Shaun King his QB's?

I probably wouldn't have passed much either.

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That's also what I fear. He seems overly conservative. We need to be an attacking offense, and that 'three yards and a cloud of dust' approach does not work anymore in the league. I don't want our offense to consist of Cam having to convert 3rd and longs almost entirely to move the chains. I hope he has learned at least.

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He'll run the offense Rivera wants run...and that's aggressive.

Factors that may have influenced his style in TB include directives from Dungy, the talent he had at QB, less passer-friendly rules, and perhaps most importantly, less experience. Regardless, I'm sure he has learned a few things in his time with Chud, and I have little doubt that you would see a much different Shula this time around.

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We have two #1 runningbacks and one of the most impressive running qbs ever so foxball isn't that bad of an idea.

We also have a franchise QB. Ever heard of him?

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OCs do what coaches ask them to do. He would be fine as OC.

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