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Who would you rank as the Panthers BEST Offensive Coordinator in Team History....


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Honestly Nov Turner was probably the best we had. If Turner had 2015 Cam I think we probably would have won the Superb Owl. 

After that Brady and Chud

Dance Henning wasn't bad but that was a different era and he let Thomas Davis and Smith do most of the work. 

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I liked Chud a lot, but having our leading rusher in the 2012 season opener be a WR who ran for 6 yards was embarrassing as hell. Combine Chud's refusal to call short pass plays with Brady's refusal to call deep pass plays, and you've got a solid OC. 

As it is, yuck. Henning wins by default

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Chudzinski was not a good head coach but he had some very good moments as oc. He just got too cute at times but his creativity was worlds better than others we've had over the years.

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I'd pick Chud but I can't go with an OC whose record here, no matter how much wasn't on him, was 13-19 with 0 playoff appearances. 

Henning was almost as conservative as Rhule and Brady and while his worst year here was by far his last (2006), he guided an offense led by Jake Delhomme, Muhsin Muhammad and Nick Goings to within a hair of the playoffs in 2004 -- a year after we went to the Super Bowl.

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1 minute ago, Carl Spackler said:

I'd pick Chud but I can't go with an OC whose record here, no matter how much wasn't on him, was 13-19 with 0 playoff appearances. 

Henning was almost as conservative as Rhule and Brady and while his worst year here was by far his last (2006), he guided an offense led by Jake Delhomme, Muhsin Muhammad and Nick Goings to within a hair of the playoffs in 2004 -- a year after we went to the Super Bowl.

Ah Nick Goings. I'll always remember those brows. He's a realtor now. Good for him.

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39 minutes ago, jbland said:

Not even close. Jeff Davidson was the worst. 

Shula was infinitely worse than Davidson. Even Davidson wouldn’t have wasted the best player we’ve ever had so badly. With Davidson I’d be willing to bet we win the Super Bowl in 2015

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