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Comparing resumés

Mr. Scot

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Pre-Panthers job histories or our old OC and his replacement pulled from the Panthers 2021 media guide...


 Linebackers Coach - William & Mary (2013-2014)

Graduate Assistant - Penn State (2015-2016)

Offensive Assistant - New Orleans Saints (2017-2018)

Passing Game Coordinator / Wide Receivers Coach - LSU (2019)



Student Assistant - Penn State (1997)

Runningbacks Coach - Princeton (1998)

Runningbacks Coach - Shippensburg University (1999-2002)

Runningbacks / Tight Ends / Special Teams Coach - Tennessee-Chattanooga (2003-2005)

Runningbacks Coach - Temple (2006)

Offensive / Special Teams Assistant - Philadelphia Eagles (2007-2010)

Runningbacks Coach - Miami Dolphins (2011-2015)

Tight Ends Coach - San Francisco 49ers (2016)

Co-Offensive Coordinator / Runningbacks Coach - Baylor (2017-2019)


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Well let's see what Nixon can do with an XFL offensive line.

That being said hopefully he doesn't bunch up our wide receivers and tight ends in the same area of the field and call the same plays each week.

I would say it would be nice to see us coming out of multiple formations, but this late and with this line I don't know if that's really feasible.

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Nixon is OC for 5-games and that is it. This move looks like desperation. Firing Brady needed to be done but it did not fix the multiple problems this team has. 
Rhule should be fired just on how poorly the QB situation was handled. A rebuilding team giving away valuable draft picks with little value in return is another fireable offense. 

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6 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

We fell for the hype.

Sean McVay's success has sent a bunch of other teams looking for the next version of him. 

We should at least have targeted one of his friend group from Nashville. Can't say Arthur Smith has looked great, but not bad.  Players are still fighting and scrappy for him when it was known ATL wouldn't be good.

Matt LeFleur-Smith-McVay are besties off the field with a few more dudes in the equation.  The league is smitten with this group.

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