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PantherTrain84

Ok, ill say it. 7-9, Rivera should stay, unless...

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We get a "cant miss" opportunity with Gruden or Cowher wanting to coach us then ofcourse we should go that route But with us dominating the Falcons and winning by double digits, AND if we run the table and go 7-9, AND Cam continues playing lights out. I say we should stay the course and not risk messing this up. Obviously it seems as though the players are playing lights out and havent given up on Rivera.

I know I will get bashed because I have gone back and forth on the Rivera issue on here, and I understand if i get called a flip flopper. Again, let me be perfectly clear. ONLY if we go 7-9 I say give him one more season with a GM worth a damn. Again, 6-10? Fired. 5-11? Fired, 7-9? Give him one more year.

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If he can somehow pull off 7-9 but Chud and McDermott can go.

D hasn't been that bad McDermott is pretty cool with me. Chud might be harmful to Cam's development.

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If he can somehow pull off 7-9 but Chud and McDermott can go.

You see this is where things get ultra confusing.. If Cam and our offense continues to look this good the rest of the season, do we still fire Chud? I think Mcdermott should go. Yes our D may have sexy stats with sacks and tackles but we still made Brady Quinn player of the week.

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No matter what Rivera should be fired. He's already proven in my books he's not HC material... at least not for the Panthers.

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it'll be entirely up to the new GM, so anything outside of that relationship is baseless conjecture

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No matter what Rivera should be fired. He's already proven in my books he's not HC material... at least not for the Panthers.

And to an extent I agree, however is there really any other slam dunk candidates out there. Chip Kelly is high risk/high reward. I would definately fire him for a Gruden or Cowher. But do we really roll the dice on another hot coordinator? Again, im not really a huge fan of Rivera but running the table and going 7-9 atleast warrants re consideration, especially after beating the Falcons.

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