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The Shurmor rumor has to be a joke, or just due diligence at the most. This team s a horrible fit for a WCO and I don't think he's ever ran anything else.

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Really starting to like Jackson less and less. He done nothing in his career to show he's capable of developing a modern NFL offense. Is it possible he'll be able to? Sure, but with Whisenhunt on the board, he showed during his time in Zona that he is for with building a team that prides itself on the pass.

Turner is obviously the dream, but nothing to suggest we've made a move so far.

lol Shula.

Marty Schottenheimer, Washington Redskins (2001) RB coach – Steven Davis 1432 yds

Steve Spurrier, Washington Redskins (2002–2003) RB coach, OC in 2003 -only person to call plays under Spurrier

Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals (2004–2006) WR coach, Ocho/TJ Housh tandem

John Harbaugh, Baltimore Ravens (2008–2009) QB coach – rookie Flacco, 2 playoff wins 08, playoffs 09

Tom Cable, Oakland Raiders (2010) OC, 5th in NFL points, 10th total offense, McFadden 1157 yds 5.2 YPC 47 rec 507yds

Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals (2012-present) DB coach, ST coach assistant – 6th ranked pass def (total ypg) 14 INTs

2005, the Ochocinco-Houshmandzadeh tandem combined to total 175 receptions for 2,388 yards, AFC North title and a playoff berth for the first time in 15 years

2006, Ochocinco 1,369 yards – Houshmandzadeh 1,081 yards. First pair of Bengals to get 1,000-yard receiving in a season. In each of Jackson’s 3 years in Cincinnati, Ochocinco was named to the Pro Bowl.

He's done pretty much everything and he's been pretty damn good too

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Yeah I'm sure Jackson was responsible for guys like Stephen Davis and Chad Johnson being mega talented players.

Being a position coach has nothing to do with management. What I worry about is that his time as an OC and a HC shows he's nothing more than a relic who wants to run the football instead of continuing to develop Cam into an elite passing QB that is the basis behind our success.

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Yeah I'm sure Jackson was responsible for guys like Stephen Davis and Chad Johnson being mega talented players.

Being a position coach has nothing to do with management. What I worry about is that his time as an OC and a HC shows he's nothing more than a relic who wants to run the football instead of continuing to develop Cam into an elite passing QB that is the basis behind our success.

He made Jason Campbell look like a Pro Bowler.......

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Why is Hue Jackson good for the OC job again?

His last job was as an assistant coach to special teams and defensive backs (?).

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He made Jason Campbell look like a Pro Bowler.......

No, he didn't.

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both whis and hue are pretty adaptable to what they have. i think jackson is more aggressive and whis is more progressive. I'd like a blend of both. honestly I'd be fine with either.

balance between the run and the pass is crucial, tho, whatever direction we go.

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No, he didn't.

Alrighty... Jason Campbell had his best season with Hue Jackson, look at how he was playing in Chicago just saying

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1.a Norv

1.b Whiz

1.c Hue

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