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Actually, this isn't such a bad idea.

Cameron is a Coryell style coach and has had lots of success as a pro coordinator.

(none as a head coach, mind you; but as an OC, I'd take him)

 

Yea, I wouldnt want him as a HC, but he seems about as strong of an OC candidate as I can think of.

 

Scott, can you think of a more proven realistic OC we could hire?

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Cam Cameron as head coach, lol.

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Another idiotic post from Spider Monkey, Rivera's job is pretty much gone. Unless he can get us a playoff berth, he's gone. Gettle is ready to start his own era without Rivera.

We are gonna win the division. Rivera is going nowhere.

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Nonononononononononono.

 

Do NOT want.

 

Terrible with the Ravens!

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Nonononononononononono.

 

Do NOT want.

 

Terrible with the Ravens!

 

He was not terrible with the Ravens

 

 

 

 

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Actually, this isn't such a bad idea.

Cameron is a Coryell style coach and has had lots of success as a pro coordinator.

(none as a head coach, mind you; but as an OC, I'd take him)

On the flip side his last tenure in the pros didn't end so well. The ONLY thing I like about him is his ability to develop young QBs. Not a fan of the actual play calling though.

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He was not terrible with the Ravens

 

Ask any Ravens fan about his play calling.

 

You think Shula's bad?

 

Oh boy.

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Ask any Ravens fan about his play calling.

 

You think Shula's bad?

 

Oh boy.

 

Average offensive rank over 5 years was 11-12th (11.6 to be precise)

 

That was with a rookie / in experienced QB, who in my eyes isnt even that great. 

 

Flacco's average qb rating under Cameron was 83. (93,80,87 last 3 years)

 

Lets know what we are talking about before we post. 

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Let's talk about that 1-15 season in Miami.

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Average offensive rank over 5 years was 11-12th (11.6 to be precise)

 

That was with a rookie / in experienced QB, who in my eyes isnt even that great. 

 

Flacco's average qb rating under Cameron was 83. (93,80,87 last 3 years)

 

Lets know what we are talking about before we post. 

 

Seriously, ask any Ravens fan.

 

He was terrible for them.

 

You know what Brees' QB rating was under Cameron?

 

84.6

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