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And how did that go?

Average. Just like Campbell's time in Oakland.

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Jason Campbell's 2010 numbers:

329 attempts, 2,387 yards, 13 TD's. In 13 games.

God help us if that's the kind of offense Jackson would look to bring here.

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Jason Campbell's 2010 numbers:

329 attempts, 2,387 yards, 13 TD's. In 13 games.

God help us if that's the kind of offense Jackson would look to bring here.

You're crazy dude... If Jackson were to come to Carolina he would finally be able to work with a legit QB and he did a good job with Campbell... And we wouldn't have to worry about "Are we gonna use our $90 million dollar RB's?"

I'd take either Whisenhunt or Jackson no problem

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Jason Campbell's 2010 numbers:

329 attempts, 2,387 yards, 13 TD's. In 13 games.

God help us if that's the kind of offense Jackson would look to bring here.

Yeah and the Raiders still managed to go 8-8 that year.

Take out Jason Campbell on that team and insert Cam Newton and tell me how you think that plays out.

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Yeah and the Raiders still managed to go 8-8 that year.

Take out Jason Campbell on that team and insert Cam Newton and tell me how you think that plays out.

Thank you

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Any chance we could hire someone named Norv Mularkey?

Offense probably wouldn't do any good, but we would have the worst name in the league on staff.

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Norv...by a mile.

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You're crazy dude... If Jackson were to come to Carolina he would finally be able to work with a legit QB and he did a good job with Campbell... And we wouldn't have to worry about "Are we gonna use our $90 million dollar RB's?"

I'd take either Whisenhunt or Jackson no problem

"We'll finally use our expensive backfield!"

Hey now you're catching on! With any luck we won't have an expensive backfield. Once one of those guys is out of the picture, and we can hopefully rely on our new OC to utilize what's left properly aka using them in the passing game and giving them just enough carries to keep the defense honest against our primary method of attack-passing the football.

Saying "we'll ground and pound baby" is exactly the reason why Jackson is off putting.

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Yeah and the Raiders still managed to go 8-8 that year.

Take out Jason Campbell on that team and insert Cam Newton and tell me how you think that plays out.

Yeah maybe Cam will get 3000 yards and 20 TD's!! Woo-hoo!!

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This is about building a perennial playoff contender. One that is built to dismantle other teams. One that looks to go 13-3 and 14-2 each year. Not one that scrapes by to 9-7 and 10-6 and hopes that's good enough for the playoffs.

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Yeah maybe Cam will get 3000 yards and 20 TD's!! Woo-hoo!!

So you basicaly want to be like the Chargers and have a not run the ball and pass all the time? Cam plays better when the RB's play better just a bit of information for you

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Yeah maybe Cam will get 3000 yards and 20 TD's!! Woo-hoo!!

Oh come on..

It's also important to mention the Raiders went 8-8 the next year in 2011 with Hue Jackson in the head coaching role with Carson fugging Palmer at quarterback. They fired him and promptly went 4-12 this past year. Go figure.

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