New OC ??

New OC ??

by Hank01 » Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:00 pm

Thinking that Khari Jones or George Cortez if they are available might be a good choice to replace Maas . :cowboy:
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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:28 pm

Hank01 wrote:Thinking that Khari Jones or George Cortez if they are available might be a good choice to replace Maas . :cowboy:


Always liked Cortez and Burris certainly put up some crazy numbers under him 2012. I'd be totally into that. :thup:
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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Mon Dec 14, 2015 4:05 pm

Jacques Chapdelaine might be another option. I think he and Campbell crossed career paths a few years ago in Edmonton. Saskatchewanm moved the ball all right with Kevin Glenn under his watch.
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Re: New OC ??

by drummer_god » Tue Dec 15, 2015 2:23 pm

I would go with Cortez, but I think he just retired.
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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Tue Dec 15, 2015 2:29 pm

drummer_god wrote:I would go with Cortez, but I think he just retired.


I read somewhere that was expected to, then heard it had been announced, but never saw the actual announcement. So I'm not sure.

It's not like he can't pull a Brett Favre though...
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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Wed Dec 16, 2015 1:34 pm

Funny thing, Maas has been removed from the list of coaches but the one guy he was said to have poached, Jordan Maksymic (running backs), is still on there. Wonder if that ended up falling through?
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Re: New OC ??

by jayme2015 » Wed Dec 16, 2015 2:49 pm

We should go after Edmontons fair is fair.
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Re: New OC ??

by Hank01 » Fri Dec 18, 2015 7:13 pm

Wonder if Dunigan would consider a coaching position with the team . I don't know if he has a big ego or not and wouldn't hurt the current atmosphere but I like the guy's comments and his rookie time HC with the Stamps was hindered possibly by ownership and experience . Also I would look at the future if you don't use Hank in the capacity
of QB coach in the future Matt could be the man for the job .

I always liked Dunigans attitude about Canadian talent and if we get the next great hope from Ottawa waiting at UBC he could help him transition to the CFL .
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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Sat Dec 19, 2015 6:43 am

Hank01 wrote:Wonder if Dunigan would consider a coaching position with the team . I don't know if he has a big ego or not and wouldn't hurt the current atmosphere but I like the guy's comments and his rookie time HC with the Stamps was hindered possibly by ownership and experience . Also I would look at the future if you don't use Hank in the capacity of QB coach in the future Matt could be the man for the job .

I always liked Dunigans attitude about Canadian talent and if we get the next great hope from Ottawa waiting at UBC he could help him transition to the CFL .


That's interesting. He seems very easy to get along with so I don't think he'd be the type that would ruin the family atmosphere that's been built.

He looks pretty happy with the TV gig but I don't think this is a bad idea at all.
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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Sat Dec 19, 2015 6:47 am

I got sidetracked there...Marcus Brady's name just appeared on Twitter as a candidate for this position. I don't know if he's actually available though. Hunt has said he doesn't go for people under contract but perhaps his recent experience is causing him to rethink that anyway.

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In 2013, his unit scored more than 500 points on the season, which was the most by an Argonauts team since 1998, put up more than 6,900 yards of total offence, Argos quarterbacks combined for more than 5,000 yards passing, and QB Ricky Ray threw just two interceptions on more than 300 attempts and earned East Division Most Outstanding Player honours for the first time in his career.

His offence continued to play well in 2014 and finished near the top of the League in most significant categories including most touchdowns scored (38), most passing touchdowns scored (31), most average yards offence per game (354.3) and most average passing yards per game (280.3). QB Ricky Ray once again earned recognition as the East Division Most Outstanding Player.
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Re: New OC ??

by Hank01 » Sat Dec 19, 2015 10:23 am

Is Brady unsigned for 2016 ? He sounds great if we can get him . I definitely want to see more of the up tempo offence we had 2015 with no huddle when you need it . Also someone who doesn't forget the running game with the two great backs we have now .
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Re: New OC ??

by mick87 » Sat Dec 19, 2015 11:15 am

Hunt has said he doesn't go for people under contract


A small part of me appreciates the respect he shows, a much larger part of me wants a great OC and a winning team. Soooo..........
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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Sun Dec 20, 2015 7:52 am

mick87 wrote:
Hunt has said he doesn't go for people under contract


A small part of me appreciates the respect he shows, a much larger part of me wants a great OC and a winning team. Soooo..........


Yeah, no kidding...I can't help but think at some point he'll take the "When in Rome" mentality. Otherwise you're just limiting yourself.

But if Brady is under contract, like Hank mentions, then the team would need permission for what is essentially a lateral move. My guess is Brady will be available shortly, but that's all it is. Otherwise I don't see how it happens.
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Re: New OC ??

by Grover » Thu Dec 24, 2015 11:58 am

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Re: New OC ??

by QQ One-Nine » Thu Dec 24, 2015 1:18 pm

Called it!

No, of course that's not true, I had no idea. :oops:
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