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Mularkey, Rivera in limbo as Jags, Panthers consider coaching changesBy Jason La Canfora | CBS Sports NFL InsiderJanuary 4, 2013 2:27 pm ET

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McCoy didn't do much with Delhomme other than act as a sounding board/calming influence and have him throw into a barrel.

Asking Delhomme to throw into a barrel is like caging a bald eagle. You have to let that eagle soar!

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Why are these coaches doing the limbo???? They should be studying game film!!!!!!!!

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Why are these coaches doing the limbo???? They should be studying game film!!!!!!!!

Picture Rivera doing the limbo.

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Picture Rivera doing the limbo.

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but wait - Isnt McCoy a product of that foot ball dynasty - The Cleveland Browns?

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Mike McCoy?

Oh dear lord.

The guy who tried to fix Delhomme's awful mechanics and destroyed him in the process.

FML

Yes, the same Mike McCoy that had Orton and The Golden Calf of Bristol, then led THEM to the playoffs. Oh and they won that playoff game with The Golden Calf of Bristol and his offensive coordinating.

Why don't people do research? McCoy isn't a bad option.

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Chip Kelly or die.

I'd say it's gonna be "die" then.

Like I said elsewhere, Kelly (who was being interviewed by the Browns today) will probably have a head coaching job elsewhere before we even have a new GM.

Though to be honest, I doubt he'd have been a candidate here anyway even if there were an opening, which as of right now, there isn't.

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