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Old 01-05-2013, 06:33 AM   #51
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The guys at IAOFM have been saying this is laughable and I tend to agree. Norv is a system guy and doesn't match up at all with PM.

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I agree with this, Norv is very much a vertical passing guy and that is not the type offence we are going to run. I could see a promotion of Gase to OC.
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:01 AM   #52
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man, if McCoy gets to work with Cam Newton and mold him. that's gonna be unfair to the NFL along with Shanny coaching RGIII
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:10 AM   #53
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Gase is pretty young. I'd like to see Tom Moore brought in to mentor Gase for 2 years.
This is actually a great idea. Promote Gase to Co-OC so he doesn't flee for a promotion elsewhere and bring in someone for 1-2 years to ease the transition. Would hate to lose OC and QB coach in the same year after doing so well. I'm sure Payton would agree. I have no idea if its realistic though.
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:18 AM   #54
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This is actually a great idea. Promote Gase to Co-OC so he doesn't flee for a promotion elsewhere and bring in someone for 1-2 years to ease the transition. Would hate to lose OC and QB coach in the same year after doing so well. I'm sure Payton would agree. I have no idea if its realistic though.
I think you can go ahead and give Gase the O-cordinator's job and hire Moore as the QBs coach or Special Assistant or something like that, but give Gase the title.
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I think you can go ahead and give Gase the O-cordinator's job and hire Moore as the QBs coach or Special Assistant or something like that, but give Gase the title.
Heck, working as OC with Peyton Manning might be enough. Its not like he has to coach up Kolb, Cassell, or Quinn.
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:29 AM   #56
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Heck, working as OC with Peyton Manning might be enough. Its not like he has to coach up Kolb, Cassell, or Quinn.
On the practice field yes, but Moore would then tutor Gase off the field, preparation work etc.
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well, McCoy won't be going to Carolina. they kept Rivera.

the problem i have with Gase as the OC is that he's severely green.
3 total seasons as a QB coach, 2 seasons as a WR coach.
only 8 total seasons as a NFL coach.

i would prefer we hire a OC and let Gase continue to get seasoning until the OC moves on to a HC gig. i figure that would be about 3 years.

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Old 01-05-2013, 09:57 AM   #58
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well, McCoy won't be going to Carolina. they kept Rivera.
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Old 01-06-2013, 04:48 AM   #59
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He wont be going to Buffalo either Marrone appointed there.

He's quickly running out of options and if the Eagles have their way they'll be hiring Chip Kelly.

I also dont believe the Cardinals are leaning in McCoy's direction either.
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i'm loving the way this is turning out so far, but i get the feeling the Bears might be lying in wait.
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well, McCoy won't be going to Carolina. they kept Rivera.

the problem i have with Gase as the OC is that he's severely green.
3 total seasons as a QB coach, 2 seasons as a WR coach.
only 8 total seasons as a NFL coach.

i would prefer we hire a OC and let Gase continue to get seasoning until the OC moves on to a HC gig. i figure that would be about 3 years.
I don' think Carolina was ever an option to begin with.
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i'm loving the way this is turning out so far, but i get the feeling the Bears might be lying in wait.
Considering comments made by emery of the bears,& the fact that McCoys interview with the bears will be the longest one of all the interviews,I believe he'll be the next bears HC.
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yah, I think Bears will take McCoy. They want a guy who can mold an offense around Cutler.
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I don' think Carolina was ever an option to begin with.
well the rumor was that if Carolina dismissed Rivera that they were seeking a offensive minded guy to tutor Cam and elevate the offensive cohesion(as they are not happy about the running game being crap even with 2 high priced RB's)
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yah, I think Bears will take McCoy. They want a guy who can mold an offense around Cutler.
that still requires an OL and a Cutler to stop throwing WTF Int's though.
i like Cutler but his penchant for trying to prove he can make every throw is simply incredulous.
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While it's true that we probably don't give McCoy enough credit, the idea that Manning is our OC is a valid one. I really think Manning's knowledge of the NFL is so evolved that he's the OC.
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McCoy is the odds on fav to get the Chicago HC position. Emery stating he wants a coach that can adapt to what he has on the team,makes McCoy an obvious choice.
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While it's true that we probably don't give McCoy enough credit, the idea that Manning is our OC is a valid one. I really think Manning's knowledge of the NFL is so evolved that he's the OC.
he audibles a lot to fit the composition of the defense.
but the OC is McCoy, Peyton even came in and decided to learn McCoy's entire system before implementing some of the Indy stuff.

Manning has great input in the offense but this is McCoy again adapting to his personnel and playing to their strengths.
Elway has even said McCoy and Gase do things that Manning hadn't seen before and is incorporating it into his repertoire.

McCoy would be a huge loss as Manning does not like change. he likes continuity and having his routine in place.
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Dennison is in the Bears mix as well.
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Old 01-06-2013, 05:07 PM   #71
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Old 01-06-2013, 05:13 PM   #72
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Would be rather crazy if to keep both our OC/DC after this year.
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Old 01-06-2013, 08:32 PM   #73
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He wont be going to Buffalo either Marrone appointed there.

He's quickly running out of options and if the Eagles have their way they'll be hiring Chip Kelly.

I also dont believe the Cardinals are leaning in McCoy's direction either.
Sounds like Kelly is returning to the Ducks
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Old 01-06-2013, 08:54 PM   #74
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If McCoy leaves, the OC will be who PM says it will be, and I think that would be Gase. I think they are somewhat close, and pM trusts him. I noticed in his PC's, Manning is mentioning him a lot along with McCoy.
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Here's hoping that, whoever the next OC is, he starts using some running back screens. How the **** do you have Moreno on the team, draft Ronnie Hillman, and refuse to use any running back screens all season? It boggles the mind.
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