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Potential Offensive Coordinators to Replace LaFleur

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japan   
1 hour ago, 8MM said:

Just like Jrob to take his sweet ass time and then everyone is taken so he has to take whoever.

That happened before?

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Justafan   
39 minutes ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

How many teams still require an OC?

 

Titans

Jags

Cardinals

Browns

Dolphins

Bengals

Packers

Lions

 

anyone else?

Lots of teams jockeying for a very limited pool of coaches.

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Face   

God I'm good, I nailed McDaniel as a big up & comer right at the start.

 

All kidding aside, it seems like anytime you hear about an OC being "creative", it's in the passing game. I like that this dude brings something different, and the Niners had a great running game last year. I'm also pretty sure that McDaniel is heavily involved in the playaction packages, which is the meat & potatoes of the offense. He might be my favorite right now. 

 

The only prior OC I can remember whio was really known for his creative running game was Greg Roman, who I thought was very good. He built some great running games in SF & Buffalo, he had some good offenses.

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Tomachek   
6 hours ago, NashvilleNinja said:

Awful, stupid, scary, inefficient, and probably ineffective.

 

 

More teams carry pass/run game coordinators then you think.

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Soxcat   
14 hours ago, 8MM said:

Just like Jrob to take his sweet ass time and then everyone is taken so he has to take whoever.

Yea, like he did last time? 

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tgo   
1 hour ago, oldschool said:

Sarkisian sucks. I'll be pissed if they hire him.

That was my impression from hearing people talk too but how so? 

 

 

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Jonboy   
36 minutes ago, tgo said:

That was my impression from hearing people talk too but how so? 

 

 

He was pretty terrible in Atlanta. Their average ppg fell off a cliff in his first year. Then he was fired after this season. 

 

He's also had alcohol problems and that's why he was fired at USC.

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tgo   
7 minutes ago, Jonboy said:

He was pretty terrible in Atlanta. Their average ppg fell off a cliff in his first year. Then he was fired after this season. 

 

He's also had alcohol problems and that's why he was fired at USC.

Yeah but Shanahan's first year ppg were worse there. And their star RB got injured early. 

 

They had the 10th overall offense in PPG. 

 

6th in yards, 4th in passing yards. 

 

I mean yeah-the alcohol issue is the problem if that's some kind of persisting issue. He got fired in Atlanta as a scapegoat because the fans needed some blood. 

 

It seems kind of silly criticizing an offense that highly ranked unless there is some kind of situational play-calling angle or something. 

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tgo   

 

Intriguing option, but would be far different than our offense now. And he has run a power blocking scheme in recent years I believe. 

 

But he could end up being here for the long haul. Could have Arthur Smith coordinate the run game, with Morhinweg calling plays and coordinating the offense as a whole. 

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