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The Panthers Have Requested Permission to Interview Hue Jackson

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Quite the resume Hue has. Could bring a lot of wisdom to Carolina in many ways.

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

who cares about what he does with just another RB. What about what he does with our QB, a position that matters?

Helping Joe Flacci become an average QB should not be the highlight of your resume'

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tell me about his offense.

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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?

He did a lot of interesting things with the hybrid fullback Marcel Reece, who was more a of a natural receiver coming into the league. He got a good rushing attack going with Darren McFadden and made Jason Campbell look like a pro bowler for a little while. He was the driving force behind the Carson Palmer trade after Campbell got hurt, so don't let him have any GM duties. . . ever. Probably a good pick to coordinate.

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

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He did a lot of interesting things with the hybrid fullback Marcel Reece, who was more a of a natural receiver coming into the league. He got a good rushing attack going with Darren McFadden and made Jason Campbell look like a pro bowler for a little while. He was the driving force behind the Carson Palmer trade after Campbell got hurt, so don't let him have any GM duties. . . ever. Probably a good pick to coordinate.

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i'm opening up my mind to this guy.

pretend i matter.

sell me on him.

Well Hue Jackson was a pretty good QB (granted not an NFL QB, but a good HS and college QB).

Jackson played QB, coached RB's at Washington (helped Davis dominate), and WR's at Cincinnati (back when Palmer, Chad Johnson and TJ whosyomomma were dominant). He also coached QB's at Baltimore (really Flacco's best years -- under John Harbaugh).

He's failed as a OC at Washington (under Spurrier) and at Atlanta (Petrino). He was a very good OC at Oakland (6th in scoring, 10th in total offense -- with less weapons than Carolina currently has. He then became the HC at Oakland, started out 7-4 and finished 8-8 just to get fired by the new GM (Oakland hasn't been nearly as good since). Jackson then came back to Cincy to become the assistant to special teams and defensive backs.

NFL head coaches under whom Hue Jackson has served: (from wikipedia)

I don't know a ton about the guy, but he seems like a pretty solid choice to me.

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tell me about his offense.

Google is a wonderful thing.

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who cares about what he does with just another RB. What about what he does with our QB, a position that matters?

Helping Joe Flacci become an average QB should not be the highlight of your resume'

Joe Flacco is exactly what he's always been in the pros no matter who's coaching him. average to good QB that can win games.

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

Yeah cause why would we want to actually use our 70 million dollar backfield?

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

is he down with the cause though?

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