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Old 01-16-2024, 01:42 PM   #21
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Thomas wanted Carmichael gone. That is a certainty. This opens up his return. Kamara said much the same himself. Things are really looking up.
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I've never been a fan of players going back and forth with "tweets" but MT13 is spot on here.

His days in NOLA are probably done anyways.
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Thomas wanted Carmichael gone. That is a certainty. This opens up his return. Kamara said much the same himself. Things are really looking up.
This coming from the master of mediocracy.
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Clearly the axe blades of Pete and these offensive assistants were dull and their piles of lumber too small for DA's wood chopping regimen.
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Cost versus production. Do we really want Michael Thomas to return? Good luck to the rest of your career... somewhere else.
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New Orleans Saints Head Coach Dennis Allen announced that the team has parted ways with Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael, Senior Offensive Assistant Bob Bicknell and Wide Receivers Coach Kodi Burns.
Its a good move only if we hire someone better.

Its a step in the right direction at least. OC was a major problem all season long.
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Mike McCarthy and Jon Gruden would bring in SB experience with similar West Coast schemes. Thatís not what I want, but I understand if the organization would want that based on their track record.

I wouldnít even want Eric Bienemy at this point as an OC. He deserves to at least get a shot at a HC gig and Iíd hate to see him over making yet another lateral move.

I like Klint Kubiak. I like the idea of Ronald Curry getting a chance. Whatever we do, I just hope itís the right move.
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Old 01-16-2024, 03:02 PM   #30
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Mike McCarthy and Jon Gruden would bring in SB experience with similar West Coast schemes. Thatís not what I want, but I understand if the organization would want that based on their track record.

Maybe I'm operating on emotion a little bit here, but the aspect of hiring McCarthy or Gruden is the message bringing in a former Super Bowl winner sends to DA ... get your SHIp together because now we've got an over-qualified OC/interim hot and ready to take your seat. I very much like that.
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