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Raiders OC Bill Musgrave done in Oakland

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Contract was up and Raiders let him go.  Lots of OC experience but never ran a top-10 offense before this season.  2016 also his only top-10 passing offense..

 

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Why change after such a good season?  Doesn't really make sense if he isn't getting a HC job.

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Musgrave had Carr we have no one. 

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Did not like him AT ALL in his time with Minnesota.  Would be cautious about picking him up.  A good QB can mask a ton of flaws.

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I'm worried now that McCoy is going to gun for that job.

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I think they probably will promote the QB coach.  When you have a coach that is a "rising star" you let the next guy up the rung walk so that you can promote from within.  I wouldn't worry much about McCoy.  I don't know what to make of his time in Minnesota.  The Ponder era doesn't make it easy to judge a guy, but their Josh Freeman experiment was a disgrace.

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27 minutes ago, Mogglez said:

I'm worried now that McCoy is going to gun for that job.

McCoy could be the reason he was let go.  We'll know more when he gets hired.

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1 hour ago, docdhc said:

Why change after such a good season?  Doesn't really make sense if he isn't getting a HC job.

Personally I think it's a mistake to get rid of Musgrave , Ken Norton Jr the Raiders DC should have been shown the door.( supposedly staying) .    The Raiders want to promote Qb coach Todd Downing to OC .( supposedly in high demand , but risky as he never called plays in his life.

Never hurts to be friends with the franchise Qb.

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49 minutes ago, Pcola said:

McCoy could be the reason he was let go.  We'll know more when he gets hired.

McCoy is said to be going with McDermott where ever he ends up.

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1 hour ago, AFJF said:

Contract was up and Raiders let him go.  Lots of OC experience but never ran a top-10 offense before this season.  2016 also his only top-10 passing offense..

 

helps to have carr, amari cooper and a decent oline.

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Also Bill Musgrave fate might have been sealed when Derek Carr broke his leg.   Mark Davis was over heard yelling why are we throwing the football up 19 points in the fourth quarter.  Right there might have cost him  his job. 

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1 hour ago, jeremy2020 said:

McCoy is said to be going with McDermott where ever he ends up.

That might just be a heck of a team.  Kind of like Quinn and Shanny Jr.

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1 hour ago, Raideraholic said:

Personally I think it's a mistake to get rid of Musgrave , Ken Norton Jr the Raiders DC should have been shown the door.( supposedly staying) .    The Raiders want to promote Qb coach Todd Downing to OC .( supposedly in high demand , but risky as he never called plays in his life.

Never hurts to be friends with the franchise Qb.

Definitely doesnt. Don't know much about Downing but if it keeps McCoy away from you guys I'm all for him being your next OC, lol.

1 hour ago, Raideraholic said:

Also Bill Musgrave fate might have been sealed when Derek Carr broke his leg.   Mark Davis was over heard yelling why are we throwing the football up 19 points in the fourth quarter.  Right there might have cost him  his job. 

That would be silly seeing as the HC would be the one that should be answering for that. Would honestly feel bad for Musgrave if that's the case.  Del Rio should have pulled Carr.

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1 hour ago, jeremy2020 said:

McCoy is said to be going with McDermott where ever he ends up.

We'll there's a chance he goes to San Diego...whiiiiiich would kinda blow that one up, lol.

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Interesting... I don't know a ton about his play calling... What kind of offense does he like to run? 

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12 hours ago, Pcola said:

That might just be a heck of a team.  Kind of like Quinn and Shanny Jr.

WGR 550 Buffalo's Sal Capaccio reports if Panthers DC Sean McDermott is named the Bills' new coach, Capaccio "keeps hearing" ex-Chargers coach Mike McCoy "could join him" as offensive coordinator.

There are obviously moving parts here, but it sure sounds like the Bills have "zeroed in" on McDermott as their next coach. McCoy is viewed by many as the top offensive coordinator on the market. The two have never coached together. McCoy's presence could be a reason Buffalo is leaning toward McDermott. McCoy has done well with numerous different quarterbacks.
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Ironic that they drove him out of town once he lost his Carr.

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I'm hearing Vance Joseph to Denver and he also has McCoy as his lead for OC.  

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52 minutes ago, Maxman said:

Ironic that they drove him out of town once he lost his Carr.

YES!

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50 minutes ago, Joejet said:

I'm hearing Vance Joseph to Denver and he also has McCoy as his lead for OC.  

So as we stand McCoy will go to either Denver or Buffalo 

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1 hour ago, Maxman said:

Ironic that they drove him out of town once he lost his Carr.

Well done, sir.

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Right now I think we will end up with Anthony Lynn, which would be useful in getting Tyrod Taylor here

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