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So Who Can/Should we Get as our New OC if Rhule Stays?


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Just now, Cdparr7 said:

Isn’t going to leave for a lame duck season and he’s interviewing for HC in Jacksonville

I'm just pointing out a type and name.. And It doesn't have to be lame duck for him.. IF he can improve the offense and Rhule is fired during the season next year..

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3 minutes ago, WOW!! said:

I'm just pointing out a type and name.. And It doesn't have to be lame duck for him.. IF he can improve the offense and Rhule is fired during the season next year..

Yeah it’s a thought but I think he’s probably cozy where he is, could be wrong. I think on Billy and John’s podcast Billy said he thought Jay Gruden would fit the role as somebody desperate to make an attempt to get back in. It would have to be a Gruden/Garrett type. I don’t think we would be lucky enough for O’Brien at OC and I’m not sure I would want him at HC

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4 minutes ago, SazmoRanger said:

I did answer the question. Lol

Go bitch about me in the 800 threads. 

No you didn't you said it doesn't matter .. So why be here when ppl are trying to make something out of a bad situation..

Of course you enjoy bitching more then actually talking football got it..

But don't worry after this I won't remember you..

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8 minutes ago, Cdparr7 said:

Yeah it’s a thought but I think he’s probably cozy where he is, could be wrong. I think on Billy and John’s podcast Billy said he thought Jay Gruden would fit the role as somebody desperate to make an attempt to get back in. It would have to be a Gruden/Garrett type. I don’t think we would be lucky enough for O’Brien at OC and I’m not sure I would want him at HC

If he gets the job in Jacksonville okay.. But if hes looking for a resume boost and a path back to the nfl.. Maybe turning around this dumpster box would boast his name..

I could see Jay Gruden as well.. I just want a OC with HC ability on the staff..

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11 minutes ago, WOW!! said:

No you didn't you said it doesn't matter .. So why be here when ppl are trying to make something out of a bad situation..

Of course you enjoy bitching more then actually talking football got it..

But don't worry after this I won't remember you..

I told you it’s because I’m a glutton for punishment. Watching this Panthers team while being led by Matt Rhule in hopes of some sort of positivity of any kind like hiring an actual competent OC is pointless. Here’s to 2023, when there might actually be some hope of a real NFL coaching staff. 

I hate you’ll forget me. That really hurts deep. 

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Ronald Curry, Saints QB coach: In one season he's coached Jameis Winston, Taysom Hill and Trevor Siemian to a 7-7 record so far.

Ken Dorsey, Bills QB coach/passing game coordinator: Dorsey has been the point-person for Cam Newton and Josh Allen during their respective top seasons.

Josh Gattis, University of Michigan OC: Named the top assistant coach in the nation this year, Gattis has put together an impressive resume in just a decade in coaching.

Luke Getsy, Packers QB coach/passing game coordinator: He's been with Green Bay since 2019 and would be in line to assume the OC gig there if Hackett leaves.

Pep Hamilton, Texans QB coach/passing game coordinator: Hamilton has been able to guide Andrew Luck and Justin Herbert. Hard to believe he's not an OC right now.

Mike Kafka, Chiefs QB coach/passing game coordinator: The triumvirate of Andy Reid, Bieniemy and Kafka has the Chiefs' offense humming again.

Zac Robinson, Rams assistant QB coach: His only coaching experience is three years with McVay in L.A., but he could get some looks.

Bobby Slowik, 49ers offensive passing game specialist: He comes from a family of coaches and has had his hands on a lot in that organization.

Frank Smith, Chargers OL coach/run game coordinator: Before joining the Chargers he was the position coach for Darren Waller in Vegas.

Duce Staley, Lions assistant HC/RB coach: The former Eagles great joined Dan Campbell's staff this year and has been ready for an OC job.

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