Hue's had an uncanny knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. He's a damn good coach.
I think that Hue did a good job in Oakland. That team and situation was so dysfunctional when he got there. I thought he was in the middle of turning things around when he got canned. Then again I would have said thing about Rivera if we had fired him. Both guys have been head coaches, so Rivera gets a guy to bounce things around against. And with all the issues Oakland had, Jackson is going to have seen quite a bit. Lets be honest, Oakland's has always had a good running game, it was the quarterback that was the issue. I would think that Hue would be itching to work with Newton and double trouble. If Oakland had Newton when Hue was there, he would still be a head coach.
I just hope Hue can use the same terminology for continuity purposes. Or at least use similar plays and concepts. (Without the read option as a mainstay.)