Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

SgtJoo

Shula interviewed for OC position

27 posts in this topic

So much for the rumors being rumors.

http://pro32.ap.org/content/ap-source-panthers-interview-shula-promotion

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Didn't we know that he was scheduled to interview for this?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Always expected he'd be interviewed.

Doesn't necessarily mean he's likely for the job though. Could just be a courtesy.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I always thought he was in the mix anyways.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Would be the best for Cam as far as continuity, but would rather have Jackson and leave Shula where he is. If he is willing.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Would be the best for Cam as far as continuity, but would rather have Jackson and leave Shula where he is. If he is willing.

Losing isn't what's best for Cam, and Shula has never done anything but lose.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm not a fan of Shula as OC.

Nothing on his resume suggests he'd be good at running a modern NFL offense.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Losing isn't what's best for Cam, and Shula has never done anything but lose.

Totally agree, however, having a guy 3 years into an opportunity to be a QB coach with us, allows him to keep the same terminology and allow the most FLUID transition. If you have noticed, the Panthers don't do too much winning either, with or without Cam.

The comment was made without involving Shula's winning %. It was made for the fact that Cam's development in year 3 is critical and introducing a new system and terminology to a young man who can barely speak, to me, does not sound like a wise idea, especially when Rivera needs to win yesterday.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites



  • Topics

  • Posts

    • But we don't have the complete list.  We only know the players we have been linked to because it was released by the player or his agent.  The team doesn't release their contact list, and not all meetings get released by the player or agent.  Anyway, we also talked with guys at the Senior Bowl, East-West Shrine game, and combine.  So most likely, we have at least had a conversation with every player that is a possibility.  And if the team feels comfortable with those meetings as well as what they saw on tape, scout reports, combine performance, pro day performance/interview, etc., then there may not be a reason to set up a formal meeting.
    • I don’t care if this is only 4 players, I think we should capitalize on the talent in this draft and get who we want.  Here’s 4 potential starters at critical spots:       Jamal Adams SS LSU 6’1 This guy elevates the defense.  Arguably more than any other player in the draft.  I know we want offense but Adams is hard to ignore if available.     John Ross WR Washington 5’11 188 4.22 I want a playmaker and this is a playmaker.  If Davis and Williams go first and he’s in the 20s, we’re trading up.  I believe this as much as raspberry milf juice.  This ain't just about 4.22.     Jordan Willis DE Kansas State 6’4 255 10” hands 33.5 arms Another defensive linemen? But we've got Peppers, CJ, and Addison! Yeah and now Horton and Delaire are going to be off the team.  This footballer is projected to go higher that a ton of people are surmising and has been having a meteoric rise (that is once online browser-writers realized how high scouts are looking at him)      Jeremy McNichols RB Boise State 5'9 214   I will call him speedy-rumble mctubberjackal.  Absolute ownage in many regards.