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The Panthers Have Requested Permission to Interview Hue Jackson

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please no

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Well he can't seem to keep a job for over a year. Anyone know why that is?

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I think he'd be good for Cam. Chud was a dork. Need to get a brotha up in there

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Do not want.

Sets us back even further philosophically.

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I think he'd be good for Cam. Chud was a dork. Need to get a brotha up in there

lol

#SoundsLikeKT

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dude has been coaching various positions for a long, long time. he was washington's runningbacks coach when stephen davis was tearing it up, then coached wide receivers for the bengals in 04-06, when chad johnson and tj houshmanzada were blowing up the league. the only real stain on his record was a stint with the falcons under petrino as OC, and then he went to baltimore and coached joe flacco to postseason appearances and then turned the raiders' offense into a powerhouse.

hue jackson is incredibly qualified and i want him.

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Good! And he has HC experience!!! (1-year with the Raiders, but eh...)

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i'm opening up my mind to this guy.

pretend i matter.

sell me on him.

In his last stop in a true OC role, Jackson made an immediate impact in Oakland. The 2010 Raiders finished with 10th in total yards, and sixth in scoring -- despite playingJason Campbell and Bruce Gradkowski at quarterback. He's known for his belief in power running, and a knack for working with a variety of different quarterbacks.

Hue Jackson would offer an excellent replacement for Rob Chudzinski, all while adding a wealth of experience to the organization -- this would be a very good hire. The New York Jets have also expressed interest.

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dude has been coaching various positions for a long, long time. he was washington's runningbacks coach when stephen davis was tearing it up, then coached wide receivers for the bengals in 04-06, when chad johnson and tj houshmanzada were blowing up the league. the only real stain on his record was a stint with the falcons under petrino as OC, and then he went to baltimore and coached joe flacco to postseason appearances and then turned the raiders' offense into a powerhouse.

hue jackson is incredibly qualified and i want him.

sounds like he can do a lot and might be good...but also sounds like a guy always looking for his next gig.

what about his offense is special?

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I stopped reading when "power running" was the first thing mentioned about his offensive philosiphy.

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Darren Mcfadden had some great years under him. Would be nice to see what he could do with Stewart

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i'm opening up my mind to this guy.

pretend i matter.

sell me on him.

Don't know about selling him, but:

RB coach for Stephen Davis up in WAS for 2 years. WR coach for Johnson/Housh in CIN for a few years, Flacco's QB coach for his first and second year, was the OC in OAK for a year and they were top ten in scoring. Became the HC there, made a stupid, desperate trade for Palmer and was fired after going 8-8 when they got a new GM. Currently back with the Bengals as an Assistant ST and Assistant DB coach.

Well regarded as an offensive guy.

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