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    Quote Originally Posted by howler1313 View Post
    Oregon is one scary, scary team. We need to find some way to get De'Anthony Thomas somehow, I'm convinced he has all the tools to be a better Randall Cobb.

    On the USC side of the ball, Marquise Lee is easily the #1 receiver prospect in college right now.
    I'm not a big proponent of grabbing college coaches for the NFL, but Chip Kelly is one exception to that. The guy just knows how to coach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Shakalu View Post
    I'm not a big proponent of grabbing college coaches for the NFL, but Chip Kelly is one exception to that. The guy just knows how to coach.
    Coming around on Chip Kelly myself. He gets his team to play with a single-minded determination that's really impressive. Just watch his linemen and receivers block downfield like they do. And once he sees a weakness in the D, he just attacks it mercilessly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Shakalu View Post
    I'm not a big proponent of grabbing college coaches for the NFL, but Chip Kelly is one exception to that. The guy just knows how to coach.
    I would be interested as hell to see his pitch to Haslam. I'm sure it would be awesome. That said, I do not trust college coaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damage View Post
    I would be interested as hell to see his pitch to Haslam. I'm sure it would be awesome. That said, I do not trust college coaches.
    I think one college coach who would make a no-doubt star NFL coach is Bill O'Brien. He has experience as a successful NFL coordinator and the job he's doing with Penn St is nothing short of magical. Too bad he won't be leaving though.

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    Would you guys be opposed to getting Kenjon Barner in 3rd or 4th round to backup Richardson? Power and speed in backfield
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMcCurry08 View Post
    Would you guys be opposed to getting Kenjon Barner in 3rd or 4th round to backup Richardson? Power and speed in backfield
    Chris and Hardesty are doing a fine job backing up Richardson. With as many holes as this team needs filled, and areas which need depth (O-line, CB, LB) it would be a poor idea to target any RB in this draft.
    I've been nothing but complementary of Weeden.
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    Starting to think Chip Kelly might be a helluva option.
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    Watching Marqise Lee is so exciting.

    Gone for over 100 yards 6 times in his 9 games.
    605 yards and 5 TDs in his last 3 games, unfortunately 2 of those have been losses but blame it on the SC defense and Oregon being a superior team.

    Also explosive in the return game, had some big plays to give USC prime field position last week.

    Everytime I watch him he reminds me of Mike Wallace and that's what scouts compare him to as well.

    Only a Sophomore so not eligible for the draft. We will see how he performs next year without a QB who will be drafted in the Top 3 in 5 months.

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    Wow. Unfortunate I was way too drunk to catch that Oregon USC game last night.

    Barner had 321 rushing yards and 5 TDs? HOLY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Boobie" Gibson View Post
    Wow. Unfortunate I was way too drunk to catch that Oregon USC game last night.

    Barner had 321 rushing yards and 5 TDs? HOLY!
    I watched 3/4 of that game and I don't remember a single punt.... it was so weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDJ7777 View Post
    I watched 3/4 of that game and I don't remember a single punt.... it was so weird.
    I would rather watch 21-17 Defensive Game.

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    I would rather watch 21-17 Defensive Game.
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    I want Chip Kelly in the draft!!!!!

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    Chip Kelly...flavor of the week.

    A team like Alabama with enough speed and size to contain...game over.

    Great college coach though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b00bie View Post
    Chip Kelly...flavor of the week.

    A team like Alabama with enough speed and size to contain...game over.

    Great college coach though.
    It's not just about the success he's having that make people like him. I like him because I've read that he runs phenomenal practices. NFL exec said he runs the best practices he's ever seen. He makes good in game adjustments, and his teams never come out flat.

    Now obviously the big questions are if he can adjust his offense to something that would work in the NFL, does he have the ability to be an NFL coach? Normally I'm against it, but this guy could be an exception.
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