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Panthers coaching staff: Total years of Sunday coaching experience

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Anybody care to guess? We have to have the least experienced staff in the last 20 years.

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Anybody care to guess? We have to have the least experienced staff in the last 20 years.

But at a bargain rate with little liability beyond 2013.

Quit your bitching!

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The 13 coaches currently on staff average 9.3 years of NFL experience. For comparison, the Falcons have 19 coaches, and they average 12.8 years in the league.

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Gettlemen has experience. The head man. As long as he is straight, in time everything else will be. You cannot build anything of significance without a strong foundation. That can apply to almost everything. That has been our problem as of recent. It all rides on Gettleman. If he's solid, were in good shape. If he's not, then what we build here will just fall apart like everything else we've seen.

Here's to hoping Gettleman is that solid foundation that we can finally build a dynasty around AND KEEP IT HERE.

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Inb4 "9ers have -7 years experience and in the Superbowl!"

Harbaugh alone has about 15 years of NFL experience...

Rivera has about 20...

Both are only if you include playing time, and then do guestimation which is what I did.

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Harbaugh alone has about 15 years of NFL experience...

Rivera has about 20...

Both are only if you include playing time, and then do guestimation which is what I did.

Counting playing time, Rivera has 25 years of NFL experience to Harbaugh's 16.

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Counting playing time, Rivera has 25 years of NFL experience to Harbaugh's 16.

For the data I posted above, I used number of years coaching in the NFL. Playing time was not included, nor was non-NFL coaching jobs.

Playing is so much different than coaching that it doesn't seem appropriate to use it. Most coaches haven't played at the NFL level.

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And by the way, just looking at the NFC South, the Bucs have 20 coaches, Atlanta has 19, New Orleans will have 18 once they hire their DC, and we'll have 14 once we hire an offensive QC specialist. Outside the NFCS, some other notable teams are:

San Fran - 21

Ravens - 20

Pats - 16

Broncos - 19

Cowboys - 16

Giants - 18 plus 1 open position

Seattle - 24

Packers - 21

This is perhaps more troubling than years of experience. It could be worse though. The Bengals have 9. Nonetheless, we are toward the bottom of the league in the size of our staff.

Let's be honest for a minute. Nothing about the way this team is run right now would make an outside observer think they were doing their best to put a consistent quality product on the field. It may hurt to admit it, but that's where we are.

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