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In Topic: Explain the Duron Carter hype to me please

15 January 2015 - 04:20 PM

I guess when your WR group consists of a tall, slow guy who can only catch every second or third game, a small, injury-prone guy who can run fast, and the empty husk of Jerricho Cotchery people get excited about anything you might throw at WR.

In Topic: The Shula hate is overblown.

13 January 2015 - 08:10 PM

Straw men on straw men.

Also show me how a blame shifted to cam?

And no my point was we got better players our offense got better it is "despite poor situations and personnel the whole season we still managed to improve overall."

Try to keep up and use valid arguments


You know what? When I read your post I thought I saw something to the effect of "Newton shifting out and making bad decisions" which isn't there. So, apologies on the "blame-shifting" part of my post. That was a straw man.


That being said, as you won't, I'll answer my question for you: No. He wouldn't get an interview with any other club for an OC opening unless Rivera was the coach looking. Because he's not good at his job. He was bad at Tampa. He was bad at Alabama. He is bad in Carolina. His offenses chew up clock, choke in the red zone and rely on every single bounce going your way and the defense playing out of their minds. If we can't get our RB's going, we won't win unless our QB piggybacks the run game.


None of this ultimately matters - he's ours for at least another season because either Cam or Ron are too emotionally fragile to deal with a short-term lack of continuity and we were kings of poo mountain this year so no staff changes.

In Topic: The Shula hate is overblown.

13 January 2015 - 06:13 PM

That has nothing to do with the fact he improved on offense despite all the injuries and terrible personnel.

Him getting another job elsewhere means nothing except to switch the conversation.


Your point was that as we got better players, our offense went from horrible to mediocre which is kind of a "no poo" sort of thing. Also that Shula shouldn't be blamed for not being able to coach around circumstances or injury, along with some nice blame-shifting to the QB. We promoted him to OC when no other team really wanted him as a QB coach and did so just for continuity. He's the Jeff Davidson situation all over again.


You still haven't answered my original question, though. If we were to release him, do you think any other organization would scoop up this bright, innovative talent to run their offense?

In Topic: The Shula hate is overblown.

13 January 2015 - 05:51 PM


 So that's a no.

In Topic: The Shula hate is overblown.

13 January 2015 - 05:50 PM

If Shula were fired by Carolina, would he receive an offer by any other team as an OC - Y/N