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Are you sold on Matt Rhule?


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Have to have year in and year out consistent winning seasons with playoffs most years before I’m sold on him. So it’s too early. He’s trending up and way better than I thought he’d be. I’m still not convinced that he understands how important an elite qb is in the nfl. Those are the types of players that more often then not give you consistency in the nfl. The salary cap, injuries, coordinators leaving for better opportunities and not being able to bring in quality ones to replace can wreck seasons without an elite qb. Those players lift their teams to the postseason year in and year out. The hope is Sam can become that player. And he obviously has time to find one if Sam doesn’t work long term. I like this staff and Matt a lot so I hope it works out. 

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45 minutes ago, TheBigKat said:

I am gladly eating crow on this because I was not sold on Coach Rhule due to:

1) Comes from lower tier college programs, never won anything at either of them and thought his ra ra speech would not translate to the NFL

2) Wasn't sold on his coaching staff, two unknown coordinators with limited to no NFL experience, thought Snow as a guy who the game passed him by

3) Didn't like how he handled Cam, thought to myself how could he run out of town an NFL MVP and not give him a season to prove

4) Didn't believe in all his analytics stuff, thought this guy was a copy of Chip Kelly and his "system"

 

Well, I am here to say I am wrong. I think Matt Rhule may end of being the best coach in Panthers history. In addition, I give credit to Tepper, it appears he went "The Steelers Way" in finding his version of a young Bill Cowher who will coach this team for 10-15 years. 

Yes.  Completely.  I honestly think we've got the best "young" coach in the NFL. 

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4 minutes ago, bigdavis said:

Isn't that like saying Robert E. Lee wasn't a good general?

I'm not here to lose. 

I only probably have 30 or so years left.

I'll take one Ring followed by 15 straight o-17 seasons over 16 17-0 seasons and no ring.

I don't phuck fat chicks and I don't care about meaningless wins. 

Until he makes a Superbowl he will always be worse than Fox and Rivera. 

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Just wanted to add regardless how this season unfolds we are in one of the best spots this franchise has been in a long time. We have young, talented pieces on defense and we’ve started getting some on offense to mix with guys who are about to get paid and the cap is in a very healthy place right now. Next years draft will be difficult since we don’t have a second or third. I’m guessing we trade down to pick up a second round pick. But regardless. We have the opportunity to have a 3 or 4 year window for super bowl runs if they get this right.

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8 minutes ago, Catsfan69 said:

I'm not here to lose. 

I only probably have 30 or so years left.

I'll take one Ring followed by 15 straight o-17 seasons over 16 17-0 seasons and no ring.

I don't phuck fat chicks and I don't care about meaningless wins. 

Until he makes a Superbowl he will always be worse than Fox and Rivera. 

You really shouldn't hitch your sense of pride to the accomplishments of other people. You are watching other people play a game. You aren't winning or losing anything.

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3 minutes ago, Moo Daeng said:

You really shouldn't hitch your sense of pride to the accomplishments of other people. You are watching other people play a game. You aren't winning or losing anything.

With all the schit I've had to eat from transplants over the years yes I am.

 

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1 minute ago, Moo Daeng said:

You really shouldn't hitch your sense of pride to the accomplishments of other people. You are watching other people play a game. You aren't winning or losing anything.

I don't know about you....but I can switch seats in my living room and impact what happens on the TV.   

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25 minutes ago, TheRumGone said:

Have to have year in and year out consistent winning seasons with playoffs most years before I’m sold on him. So it’s too early. He’s trending up and way better than I thought he’d be. I’m still not convinced that he understands how important an elite qb is in the nfl. Those are the types of players that more often then not give you consistency in the nfl. The salary cap, injuries, coordinators leaving for better opportunities and not being able to bring in quality ones to replace can wreck seasons without an elite qb. Those players lift their teams to the postseason year in and year out. The hope is Sam can become that player. And he obviously has time to find one if Sam doesn’t work long term. I like this staff and Matt a lot so I hope it works out. 

Elite qbs don't grow on trees. What's he suppose to do draft matt hones or justin fields instead yea they are elite alright 

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