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Most desirable HC Spots Next Yr

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We, along with other team will be looking for a new coach. The competition for top level coaches will be tough. I am listing the teams off the top of my head that will probably be looking for a new coach next year. Where, as far as desirability, do we fall in line?

-Panthers

-Eagles

-Browns

-Bills

-Raiders

-Chargers

-Cowboys

I would say at least 4 of these 7 will be ditching their coaches for anew. Does Cam and this defense along with the city of Charlotte seem desirable for head coaching prospects? Or will be stuck with a plan B or C?

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Chip Kelly is licking his chops at the chance to run an offense with Newton.

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Chip Kelly is licking his chops at the chance to run an offense with Newton.

Do not want.
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Whoever gets the job better work some fuging miracles or this fanbase is going to die.

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roster-wise, i would say we are as in good as shape as any other team on this list. there are so many other variables though. certainly we would be better off than buffalo, cleveland and oakland. the other three might would possibly steal a guy we are interested in.

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I say Charlotte is an appealing place and desireable. There is a young franchise potential QB here and despite what people feel, an owner who will spend money. (except that one season with the labor issue).

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Do not want.

Why? Are you like everyone else that doesn't want Chip because they think he will run the same exact offense he did at Oregon?

LOL yeah an offensive genius such as Kelly wouldn't come up with a whole new scheme that would be successful in the NFL.

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Chiefs might fire Crennel as well.

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Chiefs might fire Crennel as well.

good catch, i was about to ask if anyone thinks i left any teams off.

that is a great football city, may be more desirable than charlotte, that's a toss-up imo.

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Chargers, Carolina, Eagles, Cowboys, Bills, Raiders, Browns.

Chargers:

Pros:

  • Great QB to build a scheme and team around.
  • Solid Fan Base.
  • Location.
  • Will give a coach plenty of time to get a team going see norv turner.
  • Cheerleaders
  • Weak Division

Negatives

  • Current GM has destoyed the roster
  • QB is a bit of hot head

Panthers

Pros:

  • Young talented QB to build a scheme and team around.
  • Solid Talent on current roster to go the next level

Negs:

  • Inconsistant fan base.
  • Next years Salaries could be issues.
  • QB leadership quailities in question.
  • Competive Division

Eagles

Pros

  • Huge market exposer team.
  • Dedicated ownership
  • NFL team with a solid legacy
  • Will receive pleny of time to get the job done see Andy Reid

Cons:

  • Talent is hurting.
  • Overpaid players in certain postions
  • Veteran Roster, tough to get to buy into a new system.
  • Fans could actually Kill you.
  • Competive Division

I could keep going, but bogged at work.

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