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Would Chud be a better OC?

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I would love to see about this Alabama OC after watching the National Championship game.

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If we had drafted Luck rather than Cam?

I am not a Cam hater, but the excuse I keep hearing about Chud is that his adoption of the read offense/spread Cam was featured in while at Auburn, is the reason this offense is suffering know.

Since Luck came from a traditional pro style offense, Chud would not have needed to make any changes to his playcalling style.

Do you think this would have lead to the Panthers having a better record?

Do you think this would have lead to Chud not calling plays where the qb is a wide receiver/decoy?

Was Chud's history as an OC that great that his integrity can't be questioned?

Chud's resume shows an inconsistent coach....it is what he is.

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Hate to change the subject but looking at your Sig, if Murphy only has 19 receptions on 45 targets he needs to go, I was hoping for more like 50 receptions. Bust

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Hate to change the subject but looking at your Sig, if Murphy only has 19 receptions on 45 targets he needs to go, I was hoping for more like 50 receptions. Bust

His "targets" are usually as such: run downfield. Look for the ball. Slow down. Run into defender. Ball lands 9 yards in front of him. Hold hands out asking why there is no flag.

Just catch the ball and leave the BS in Oakland.

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Chud can't get over the fact that Cam is a "black quarterback".

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I've heard people say Bill Belichick suddenly looked a lot smarter after Tom Brady came along.

The whole "is it the players or the coaches" debate will probably remain unresolved forever.

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