Cam is a really good offensive coach and has the tools to be a good head coach. He'll get another opportunity before we know it. Can't write off first time coaching failures, especially if only given one year.
Says the man that would trade away Ronnie Brown for a 4th round pick. Cam Cameron could not control a team, he couldn't coach a team, he couldn't manage a game, he couldn't make personnel decisions, and he was extremely close to being the first winless coach in a season since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 70's. He has zero tools to be a good head coach.
a 4th round pick? where did you pull that out of. I'm not for trading Ronnie Brown for anything.
I'm just saying I'm not going to bash Cam. He came into a bad situation with Dom Capers and Randy Mueller. Once Trent Green was out he had to decide between Lemon and Beck, ouch.
My apologies. I'm thinking of MdDolfan...
Regardless, Capers is a good coordinator. Minus that Cardinals game, he did an outstanding job with the Packers.
It was Cameron's idea to bring in that aging, mush head in the first place. Don't feel bad for him because he got hurt, we all knew it was coming. That's why everyone wanted to draft a quarterback with the first pick because Miami didn't have anything. The only reason it was a bad situation was because Cameron made it one.
It's not like Saban left it in shambles. Saban helped build them up from that putrid 4-12 team that Wannstadt created, then Cameron came in and tore it all apart thinking that might help.