In no particular order: Rob Chudzinski - Currently the Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator. Rob was a tight end at the University of Miami and was also the offensive coordinator at UM for Larry Coker back in the early 2000s. Rob doesn't have very many years of coordinator experience. He was in Cleveland for two years prior to this, and his most recent experience came as tight ends coach for Norv Turner in San Diego. He has a lot what he did at Miami in his Carolina offense, and he seems to use a good bit of Norv's offense as well. What I like about him is that he has done a great job with Cam Newton. He has him passing the ball effectively with half field reads, and he has incorporated Cam in the running game as well. This is the kind of forward thinking that I want in the Dolphins next head coach. I want a coach that will use a quarterbacks legs if that is a given strength of his game. Pete Carmichael Jr - He is currently the offensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints. I think he has heavy input in the game plan and works closely with Drew Brees, but I do not believe he calls the play. That is neither here nor there though. He is part of an offensive system that probably passes the ball more than any other team in the league and is the best at utilizing what I call space players. Look at the drastic difference in the way New Orleans uses Darren Sproles and Miami uses Reggie Bush. Pete also has a back ground in Norv Turner's offense from his days with the San Diego Chargers. He is a bright young mind in the league and may be ready to get his own gig. Marc Trestman - He's the odd ball name on the list and currently the head coach with the CFL's Montreal Alouettes. Marc is a very smart coach who has a wealth of coordinator experience in the NFL. He is seen as somewhat weird, but I wonder if that is more due to his intelligence than anything else. His background is a heavy passing version of the west coast offense, but he's been in the CFL for 3 years now. He won the Grey Cup last year and took Montreal to the Grey Cup in his first year. I am interested to see if he has picked up and will bring some of the spread ideas that are used in the CFL. Scott Linehan - Former Dolphins offensive coordinator and Rams head coach, he is currently the offensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions. His roots are in the single back spread system that Dennis Erickson used to use at the University of Miami. Scott has had a lot of success as an offensive coordinator and didn't have a great deal of success as the Rams head coach. If you look closely at his tenure there though, he started off well with a 7-9 year, and then injuries derailed him. Also, Steve Spagnuolo is also struggling with St. Louis, so you get the idea that it may not just be the head coach that is the issue there. On this list, Scott may be the best at developing quarterbacks though. He had a strong reputation in college for it, and he has done a great job with Daunte Culpepper in Minnesota and with Matthew Stafford in Detroit. I'd be willing to see if he has picked up anything to improve himself as a head coach over the past three seasons with Jim Schwartz.