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Rob Chudzinski

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The rumors have been around for a wile now and they just brought it up again during tonights preseason game. Rob Chudzinski could leave us for a head coaching job sometime in the near future.

If you ask me he's a huge part of or offense and a big reason for Newtons successes last year.

So when the moment comes ( and i think the moment will come sooner then we think) what will we do?

Do we make Rob the highest paid offensive coordinator in the league?

I say Yes!

But I could be way out of line here so I'd like to hear everyones opinion on the subject.

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C'mon man - really? It's not even the regular season yet.

That said, he'll be a head coach if/when he wants to.

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The rumors have been around for a wile now and they just brought it up again during tonights preseason game. Rob Chudzinski could leave us for a head coaching job sometime in the near future.

If you ask me he's a huge part of or offense and a big reason for Newtons successes last year.

So when the moment comes ( and i think the moment will come sooner then we think) what will we do?

Do we make Rob the highest paid offensive coordinator in the league?

I say Yes!

But I could be way out of line here so I'd like to hear everyones opinion on the subject.

My opinion is yes like yours,I would pay him the money if it will keep him.My advice is not to concern yourself with this until after the season.

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Worry about it when it happens.

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And look, Pay him if you want but i'm sure he would want to be a head coach instead of a highly paid assistant.

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I'm sure the girl in your sig wants to graduate the sixth grade before you knock her up

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You could get a homeless man to draw plays in the dirt.....and Cam Newton could make a play out of it.

Chud is good. QB is more important.

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I just hate seeing good coaches leave

I remember when Mike McCoy when to Denver way back when.

Here lately he did the impossible making The Golden Calf of Bristol a relevant QB, and did a decent job with Kyle Orton.... Give credit where it is due

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The rumors have been around for a wile now and they just brought it up again during tonights preseason game. Rob Chudzinski could leave us for a head coaching job sometime in the near future.

If you ask me he's a huge part of or offense and a big reason for Newtons successes last year.

So when the moment comes ( and i think the moment will come sooner then we think) what will we do?

Do we make Rob the highest paid offensive coordinator in the league?

I say Yes!

But I could be way out of line here so I'd like to hear everyones opinion on the subject.

No coach would refuse a head coach gig for a coordinator job, no matter how much they are paid.

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No coach would refuse a head coach gig for a coordinator job, no matter how much they are paid.

Ask Jay Gruden

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