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Which team does Cam go to after he forces his way out of this shitfest?

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I can almost guarantee one thing. Cam probably blames himself more than ownership for us not being more successful these last two seasons.

I'm sure losing year after year and beating yourself up about it won't get old at all.

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"He's sucked as a coach wherever he's gone but Cam has a great relationship with him so he must be a good OC"

Not sure who said that.

I don't know if he will be a good OC. Just like you don't know if he will be a bad one. He isn't using the Bucs playbook anymore. He will be using Chud's. Also he won't have Shaun fugging King as his QB. He will have Cam.

If he does suck he will only be here for one season so deal wit it.

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He really has no ability to force his way out of anything at this point even if he wanted to.

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And I know the OP is joking, but if Cam is smart he'll eat the poo ton of bad publicity he gets and force a trade by the end of his rookie deal. We're hiring people based on who makes Rivera feel less threatened rather than ability and likely dumping coaching staffs in a year (two if Jerry gets cheap again) to start over again.

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I'm sure losing year after year and beating yourself up about it won't get old at all.

I am a big supporter of Cam, but he can do a lot more to assure we don't lose, what like, 6 or 7 one score games.

If he continues to improve he won't have to beat himself up anymore even if Rivera stay stagnant.

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Well, we have to have some of the most insecure fans of any football team.

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And I know the OP is joking, but if Cam is smart he'll eat the poo ton of bad publicity he gets and force a trade by the end of his rookie deal. We're hiring people based on who makes Rivera feel less threatened rather than ability and likely dumping coaching staffs in a year (two if Jerry gets cheap again) to start over again.

This. I agree 98.9%

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Dallas?

Chicago?

San Diego?

Maybe a long shot sleeper pick?

Here's your chance to go on record with a prediction now so we can look back in a couple years and see who was right. Personally I'm gonna go with Minnesota. Cam is gonna look pimpin in that purple.

How many times have you slept with Lennay Kekua today?

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rock at it again lol

idk man he might leave but i dont think he will. but he is friends with lebron lol :roadrage:

all im saying is that its strange that luck didnt want to go to the panthers :bling:

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rock at it again lol

idk man he might leave but i dont think he will. but he is friends with lebron lol :roadrage:

all im saying is that its strange that luck didnt want to go to the panthers :bling:

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