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Potential OC Candidates Here

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Jon MF Gruden

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No way Gruden takes an OC job (wrong system anyway)

Another option from the Coryell tree: Ken Zampese (Bengals QB Coach)

Fox looked at him a few years back before hiring Jeff Davidson.

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I was just doing what the others were doing, I know he doesnt run the AC system. I like the idea of Zampese.

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http://www.giants.com/team/coaches/pat-flaherty/5e0bc7f5-e992-49ab-9307-b23e26cdf912

Who knows what Gettleman will do to make his mark

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Norv

Whiz

Shurmer

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Shurmur's a WCO guy.

There's also Al Saunders. He has some nebulous "consultant" role with the Raiders right now.

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Cam Cameron is my fav. It feels good though to finally have confidence in your GM to pick the right guy.

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1a. Norv

1b. Whisenhunt

2 Shula

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Turner, Whisenhunt, Gailey, Hue Jackson

There are some good offensive guys out there that fit our scheme pretty well.

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Shurmur's a WCO guy.

There's also Al Saunders. He has some nebulous "consultant" role with the Raiders right now.

Saunders is a genius. Some call him the reason that the Coryell stuff started going to 900 page playbooks, but since it's a language and so much of it's interchangeable, I think people overblow that part of it. Martz said there were 150 ways to run F-post (a signature play in the offense) so 900 pages isn't really an exaggeration, but it's not 900 different plays to learn. No idea why he stayed with the Raiders, since they moved to WCO.

Hue makes a lot of sense, but no connection there (or Saunders).

FWIW, Ramsdell from the Chargers is out there. Sure, probably goes to Cleveland, but would be ideal.

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Saunders is a genius. Some call him the reason that the Coryell stuff started going to 900 page playbooks, but since it's a language and so much of it's interchangeable, I think people overblow that part of it. Martz said there were 150 ways to run F-post (a signature play in the offense) so 900 pages isn't really an exaggeration, but it's not 900 different plays to learn. No idea why he stayed with the Raiders, since they moved to WCO.

Hue makes a lot of sense, but no connection there (or Saunders).

FWIW, Ramsdell from the Chargers is out there. Sure, probably goes to Cleveland, but would be ideal.

Forgot about Ramsdell. That'd be a great choice.

Bob Bratkowski's another Coryell guy that'll be looking for work.

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Al Saunders would be freaking fantastic. Another one of my favs.

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