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Now that Shula is our OC.

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Weinke for QB coach? I would cream myself.

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Indications are that Shula will do double duty.

I'd have gone for John Ramsdell or Jeremy Bates myself.

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Shula wants to work with the QBs and that could be a good thing. QB-QB instead of TE-QB.

I am not upset that Shula is getting this shot. At Tampa Bay he had Shawn King as his QB. What the heck was he supposed to do, win the Super Bowl? They almost did. While the offense was horribly unproductive, the emphasis in the NFL and on that team was Defense. He ran the ball with Alstott and tried to eat up clock.

Now he has Cam Newton. Shula has the keys to the Corvette now, instead of the Chevette.

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Now that he is our OC...

I want to go drink heavily...

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Now that he is our OC...

I want to go drink heavily...

Way ahead of ya

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Way ahead of ya

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You and me both

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Way ahead of ya

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Boilermaker me brotha

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