Carolina Panthers: Why John Fox Won’t Be Around in 2011

June 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Going into his ninth season as head coach of the Carolina Panthers John Fox still has a lot of work to do if he wants to surpass last season's 8-8 mark. Unfortunately looking at the voids the Panthers have at quarterback and wide receiver it appears unlikely that last season's mark will be improved on.
Fox did little during the off season to bolster either position for the upcoming season. Instead he drafted, acquired and released players who could potentially get the Panthers back on track for 2011 and 2012. While he attempted to make great strides towards steering the Panthers offense into a more balanced attack, he may have made those efforts a season to late.
Ultimately Fox has gone into a rebuilding mode at a time when Carolina needs to be in a win now mode for 2010. While his efforts have not gone unnoticed, they could lead to his release after this season concludes.
After the 2009 season speculation was rampant that Fox may be replaced. Talks of former P...

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