There is a saying, “sometimes you need a change in latitude for a change in attitude.” Hopefully Coach Rivera gets another opportunity with a team that needs a defensive minded coach who will hire a good offensive coordinator. 4 playoff appearances, 15-1, a conference championship, 2-time coach of the year is very impressive. But, this is a what have you done for me lately league. Two straight seasons with an injured Cam Newton without the playoffs and losing 4 straight including the coachless Redskins made the choice for the new owner a clearer one. You are likely to see a lot of changes, maybe not to Jerry Jones the year he bought the Cowboys, but I think you are looking at a new QB (not Cam or Allen), new GM, new passing Scheme, more money on having someone other than Christian McCaffrey get some carries/receptions.
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Maybe they should have waited until the end of the year, but in a way it’s a favor to Coach Rivera to get the best available job. The history of recycled Minority coaches in this league is poor. An extra 4 weeks can help. As a Panthers fan, I’m going to say no. That isn’t a reflection on the team, which I think is arguably the best in the league. (As long as NE, CIN and CAR all remain undefeated, I don’t think you can crown a best team.) The reason I say no is simple: most teams don’t finish 16-0. Not only that, there isn’t really much rhyme or reason as when 15-1, 14-2 teams lose or why, except that it tends to happen on the road against an opponent that, for some reason or another, is pesky. A classic example is 15-1 Green Bay losing in Kansas City in 2011. Note that for all the Packers’ defensive woes that season, the final score was 19-14.