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Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator and former LSU passing coordinator Joe Brady was fired by head coach Matt Rhule on Sunday, according to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network.

Brady was the passing game coordinator at LSU during the historic National Championship season in 2019.

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Vernonbrew2227 months
He probably should have moved on the college ranks but the NFL $ lured him up. Surely he will not starve and can try to work a Pelinni like career. More $ than most
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rob6227 months
Isn’t he the one who recommended Peetz to Orgeron? That’s enough for me to say no.
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PeleofAnalytics27 months
Unless you bat 100% with your decisions or recommendations, you are garbage.
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Wgregbodine27 months
Our QB decision-making was horrible this year. That had nothing to do with the coaches except Coach Brad Johnson. Burrow knew to run when there was nothing open down field thus becoming an additional threat to the Defense. That Offense centers around using the running back as a wide receiver out the backfield to free up Wideouts down the field. RB wasn't used enough to be a threat to the defenses.
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Wgregbodine27 months
I think Max has a lot of potential, but he has to stop listening to his dad and start listening more to the coaches and get in the film room. The days his dad played were way different than now.
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tigerMike27 months
Before you beg for JB to "come home" see what Bridgewater said about this offense. They didn't practice 2-minute. At all. It's one thing to bring the Saints playbook to baton Rouge and draw em up. It's another to run an offense, from game-planning to practice to adjustments to play-calling all the plays. The Goat QB/WR's made him look better than he ever was as an every day OC candidate.
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Datbayoubengal27 months
Brian Kelly is an offensive guy and has been a head coach at the FBS level alone for 20 years. He'll get him right. Quick question for you guys. Who do you think got Lincoln Riley to add a power run game to his air raid? It was Stoops. Stoops may have been a former DC, but coaching under Spurrier made him realize that you needed a powerful offense to win big. Kelly will get him straight.
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CoachOeaux27 months
Ensminger was always underrated. Brady got all the credit because he was the “new face” in a transformed offense. But Burrow even said that the offense really started to click in bowl game practice when they finally had time to work together (before Brady joined). Brady was obviously great in terms of bringing in play design and route combos to get guys open, but they also had generational talent (look what the players are doing in the NFL). But O/Ensminger were running the practices and program. And Ensminger was calling the plays.
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WhiteMandingo27 months
Cam newton cant throw anymore and let's be serious Sam darnold was a terrible project.
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Wgregbodine27 months
I would have to agree a lot of that falls on the QB. None of their QB's were very talented and others had already peaked and started to decline. Carolina can bring in whoever and you are going to get the same results unless they make some changes in personnel. With that said bring on the Brady train.
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toothfxr9227 months
The Panthers have struggled offensively, with Brady’s offense not staying ahead of opposing defenses and/or its own tendencies and tells.
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Ghost_Of_Big_Lee27 months
Dominos are starting to fall in place.
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LSUDAN127 months
Time to come home.
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EYE_on_LSU27 months
Getting Fired. It’s happened to many a fine Coach.
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Luckydog27 months
Yep was always over rated! Penthouse to outhouse
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GroundPati27 months
I call bs on you
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LSUTheodore27 months
To be fair dude didn’t have much to work with at Carolina! Mccafftey hasn’t been healthy since Stanford and Cam well he sucks now.
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IOU27 months
Coach O pumped up his wonder boy hire to make himself look good. Worked so well that and NFL team hire him away. Wonder boy had no experience call plays or formulating a full game plan. He made in game suggestion once inside the redzone. You got that? He was a suggestion guy. It was E's a.. on the line as the play caller not wonder boy.
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TigerMan7927 months
That is not what happened
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theBru27 months
Well, heIl, thought ev1 knew that O could sell ice to an Eskimo!
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BayouBengal9927 months
You people are retards who are comparing college to the pros. It’s exactly like saying coach Saban sucks because he wasn’t successful in the pros. The pro game and college game are absolutely nothing a like and head coaches at the pro level definitely do not just allow you to run anything you want or coach the entire offense exactly the way you want like he could do here at LSU and in the college game. And I’m not suggesting that he didn’t have any help from Steve E. but to say Ed O just pumped the man up as someone he isn’t is completely narrow minded.
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JackieTreehorn27 months
We gone run dat Joe Brady offense Baw
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CharlesLSU27 months
All plans work well with generational talent on the field. Just sayin.
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GroundPati27 months
agree… so Is that kind of like saying players play and coaches coach ?
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Barbellthor27 months
Les miles LSU 2011-2016 say hi.
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RightWingTiger27 months
Les Miles is gonna be a thorn in ur opinions side there Chief! Good Ol’ Leslie had LOADS of Generational Talent that didn’t win any Championships while attending LSU.
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Areddishfish27 months
Unpopular opinion but he got wayyyyy more credit than what he was. He just had the most all around offensive talented team that has existed.
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CanebreakCajun27 months
Correct opinion.
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t308madness27 months
Just because you have a race car doesnt mean you can drive it to its full potential. He had a great team at LSU, yes. But he still had to operate it correctly to get the full potential from it, which I think we all know he did.
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atltiger648727 months
"[Brady] just had the most all around offensive talented team that has existed".... Ensminger also had all that offensive talent in 2018, and did little with it.
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Robber DeNiro27 months
To hell with Joe Brady, he left LSU at a time O needed him. Karma.
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MrWalkingMan27 months
Bruhhhhhhhhh stop it with this. If he had gone to Carolina and win three Super Bowls then took over the New England Patriots, the you me and everyone else would be ducking his dick as a former LSU guy Trashing someone for losing a job wherever turnover is routine suggests a big insecurity
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Ruebacca27 months
I'd take him back. But honestly, BK needs to make his hires in a hurry. With signing day approaching, the other recruiters are having a field day with LSU targets and commits.
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Tigers4Lyfe27 months
Oh how the mighty have fallen
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Jabontik27 months
Comon home Joe B
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Laffy Taffy Tiger27 months
Ensminger was the play caller Brady was the coffee boy
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Poboytom27 months
Ensminger was good but Joe Brady run offense. They were all fortunate to have the best talent collectively in college history. STACKED
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CanebreakCajun27 months
Joe DID NOT run the offense. How many times does this have to be dispelled.
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FlyinTiger9327 months
Clarity comes every week as to who was responsible for 2019. Burrow is the GOAT, and all around him have been cut loose from the latest employment.
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CaptainYaYa27 months
Burrow made him look good and he hates recruiting. Don’t want him back.
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CrystalPreserves27 months
Negative. He made the offense unstoppable and knew how to use LSU’s talent correctly, at every position. Want him back.
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Lowes knowsLSU27 months
Need him
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