John Fox or Jake Delhomme: One Must Go
In some places, mediocrity is the standard. In the college ranks, winning half of your games gets you a spot in the postseason.
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#1 Jan 29, 2010
Statistics wise, it's gotta be Jake. John Fox has never had the Carolina Panthers less than 7-9 which isnt much to brag about but still a good coach. The only thing that sets him back is his stubborness and conservative playcalling. Jake on the other hand has never been an elite qb. He has never thrown for more than 4000yds in a season and has been throwin int's left and right. Yeah he is the only qb to take us to the superbowl but if you really look at it our running game in 2003 (stephen davis and deshaun foster) really got us there. Exactly like the 2008 season our running game resembled the same rushing attack we had in 2003 therefore we were in the playoffs. Jake was at best mediocre and should have been let go last year. John Fox you got one more year to change this team for the better or your out
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