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Mike Mocoy Broncos OC

Bruce Arians Colts OC

Kevin Gilbright Giants OC

Ask the 1997 Chargers about Kevin Gilbride. You don't want him, trust me.

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Of course I'm cheering for David Shaw to come here, but for my next best candidate, I continue to uplift Marc Trestman's name to the forefront. The guy has NFL experience, and he has won two championships as a HC in the CFL. I think he is oozing with offensive genius.

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Of course I'm cheering for David Shaw to come here, but for my next best candidate, I continue to uplift Marc Trestman's name to the forefront. The guy has NFL experience, and he has won two championships as a HC in the CFL. I think he is oozing with offensive genius.

Man you can probably forget this. David Shaw has his dream job at Stanford and I don't think he plans on leaving any time soon. It would be great if we could get him but I just can't see it happening. I think Chip Kelly or Jon Gruden ends up in Philly. If Chip doesn't get the job he may remain at Oregon.

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Andy Reid.

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you're a new fan, I know this because we have to explain this to you, go watch some football and get back to us when you learn something.

The fact that 1) you thought McCoy was a HC candidate and 2) was brave enough to argue for him. Is probably one of the 10 dumbest things I've read on the huddle this year, and buddy that is saying something.

Jason La Canfora disagrees with you, so, thanks for knowing more than a guy that covers football for a living!

Carolina Panthers: Owner Jerry Richardson already fired GM Marty Hurney during the season and it's hard to imagine the next guy being all about keeping Ron Rivera as head coach rather than bringing in his own guy. They need to find someone to get Cam Newton right again -- above all else -- and I see a younger guy as the move here.

Possible replacement: Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy worked in Carolina before, Richardson likes him and he has done great things with a run-first/non-traditional QB (reaching the playoffs with The Golden Calf of Bristol, for goodness' sake). If there is a more natural fit than this, please let me know. Seems like the perfect match.

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Thoughts on Tom Clements?

Tom Clements looks awesome. He'd probably be my first pick out of anyone that hasn't been a head coach before. But after going through what we've gone through with Rivera, I'd prefer to see someone who's been a head coach at some level.

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But, out of everyone, David Shaw is honestly my #1 favorite right now.

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HC - Mike McCoy

OC - Norv Turner

DC - Rex Ryan

I'm not sure what to make of Mike McCoy but all the NFL insiders have been pumping him up for bigger and better jobs since he was the QB coach here in Carolina.

Norv Turner was a bad head coach but is a great offensive mind.

Yes, Rex Ryan has always ran a 3-4 defense. But Rivera had always ran a 4-3 before going to San Deigo where he adapted his philosophy to match the 3-4 personnel that was already in place. Who's to say Rex can't do the same?

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Bill Cowher

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HC - Mike McCoy

OC - Norv Turner

DC - Rex Ryan

I'm not sure what to make of Mike McCoy but all the NFL insiders have been pumping him up for bigger and better jobs since he was the QB coach here in Carolina.

Norv Turner was a bad head coach but is a great offensive mind.

Yes, Rex Ryan has always ran a 3-4 defense. But Rivera had always ran a 4-3 before going to San Deigo where he adapted his philosophy to match the 3-4 personnel that was already in place. Who's to say Rex can't do the same?

3-4 guys are not gonna want to play a 4-3. the 3-4 is more versatile and you are able to disguise coverages and bring heat better.

Ryan would switch us atleast by season 2 if not season 1 with a few FA signings and some draft picks.

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Mike Mocoy Broncos OC

Bruce Arians Colts OC

Kevin Gilbright Giants OC

Add Kyle Shanahan from DC and maybe Perry Fewel from the Giants too and this is what I'd like.

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