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Why not find an interim OC?

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There is no need to throw everyone under the bus when the biggest problem is the schemes our OC is attempting to run.They did it in Cleveland and we should do it here. I think our defense is not great but improving and I cannot believe all of a sudden our rbs are bad and our qb is bad.We actually were successful at times with the inside slants and running out of the I.

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we should find that guy that was running the offense last year. it seemed to work well.

if he could ever pull his head out of his ass we might be able to find him.

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we should find that guy that was running the offense last year. it seemed to work well.

if he could ever pull his head out of his ass we might be able to find him.

This is the 2nd time in his career he has done this.I honestly do not understand what this guy is thinking.I keep thinking he will change the scheme and he has to a limited degree but when 3/4 of your plays are ineffective we have no chance to win.The players are losing confidence and the fans have lost faith .Hurney and Rivera need to grow some balls and get someone that can coach this offense.

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You are acting like Rivera doesn't review and approve the game plan every damn week.

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would the new guy have to learn our playbook, or will he be bringing a whole new playbook for the players to learn?

Doesn't sound like an optimal situation for anyone to succeed. Unless it's someone on the offensive staff like shula.

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would the new guy have to learn our playbook, or will he be bringing a whole new playbook for the players to learn?

Doesn't sound like an optimal situation for anyone to succeed. Unless it's someone on the offensive staff like shula.

Yeah, Shula! He was an awesome OC in Tampa Bay.

They averaged nearly 12 points a game.

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Yeah, Shula! He was an awesome OC in Tampa Bay.

They averaged nearly 12 points a game.

Who's our offensive line coach? We could be grooming the next great o-line coach turned OC!

Like Jeff Davidson!

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I nominate ME for OC.

I beat the Bears 41 to 38 in pro mode on Madden.

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You are acting like Rivera doesn't review and approve the game plan every damn week.

No that is what I am saying.I hold Rivera accountable as well but feel changing head coaches in the middle of the season will be difficult but bringing in an interim OC is at least something we can do to stop the bleeding now.

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would the new guy have to learn our playbook, or will he be bringing a whole new playbook for the players to learn?

Doesn't sound like an optimal situation for anyone to succeed. Unless it's someone on the offensive staff like shula.

Its not optimal but what I am seeing is a offense that has no confidence in the OC and the scheme he is running.Sometimes you have to chose you poison.

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Here is Chud going over one of his brilliant offensive strategies...

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You are acting like Rivera doesn't review and approve the game plan every damn week.

wasn't he involved more in the offense last year and said that he was going to focus on the defense more this year?

maybe he's given chud a bit too much free reign. either way...not really effective management of his OC.

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