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What are the chances of getting Bill Cowher

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Give Seifert another chance

Yeah,get rid of Cam and get Jeff Lewis as QB,HAHA!
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passing just 20 times a game just isn't going to cut it anymore.

you can't learn how to win when your offense is playing a brand of offense that keeps you from getting the points on the board you need to win.

Cam Newton | 23 Pass Attempts or Less

6 Wins

0 Losses

Cam Newton | 24 Pass Attempts or More

3 Wins

19 Losses

My math might be off just slightly but your statement I quoted is incorrect.

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RGIII is 3-1 when attempting 23 passes or less.

Alex Smith is 6-0 over the last two seasons.

Big Ben 33-2 in his career on 23 attempts or less. One of those losses in overtime. Both losses by 3 or less.

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Absolutely, unequivocally, without a doubt there is NO chance Cowher coaches here.

Get over it.

Not to mention Marty Schottenheimer lives much closer.

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Absolutely, unequivocally, without a doubt there is NO chance Cowher coaches here.

Get over it.

Not to mention Marty Schottenheimer lives much closer.

Link?

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See post above- I'm just that certain.

Dealing in absolutes....

We weren't drafting Cam either.

I'm gonna wait and see.

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Wait did you really say that you haven't heard that many users mention him on here lol?

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Wait did you really say that you haven't heard that many users mention him on here lol?

It didn't say they haven't mentioned him, just that I personally haven't seen it, therefore have little insight on the subject, which was the purpose of this thread.

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I think if you searched "bill cowher" on this forum that you would get more results than if you searched for "Cam Newton".

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