The 1st Round Pick
- Mar 25, 2012
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In my opinion there are a lot of average head coaches in the NFL and very few superstars. Who are the superstars in your opinion?
Because it rhymes with smilin....which is what Snyder does when people pay for their $10 beers and $12 hotdogs at FedEx Field, while FedEx writes him a check for a million for stampin their name on the field.Of the three, I think you gotta go with Snyllen. It's definitely got the right ring to it.
Bill Belichicks coaching tree should have a dvr sideline setup somewhere near the top of it.I respectfully disagree. Without Tom Brady, BB is a very average coach and probably below average. When you look at the coaching trees of many all time great coaches, the list is impressive. The coaching tree of BB is lined with nothing but losers to put it bluntly and honestly. BB will get to the HOF with his record, but Brady is the one who put him there.
You make an interesting point. The one thing your list of great coaches have in common is there was no FA or it was Plan B FA. These coaches could build a team and keep core guys.There are no coaches in the NFL today that I would categorize as great. There are plenty of good coaches and some have latched on with great players, but there are none that compare to Parcells, Walsh, Gibbs, Shula, Halas, Lombardi, Landry, Brown, Noll, etc.
Those who I think could be great with more time: Sean Payton, Andy Reid, John Harbaugh, and Bruce Arians. Time will tell.
Not to mention, Brady had a very non-Bradyish year. They never really had a number one RB or WR either until Gronk stepped up but now he's done. Crazy.Belichick has to be considered THE superstar in the league today.
Look at who he's lost this year on D and look at the motley mess he has on his wr corp,his best receiver,Gronk, gone and tell me how in the hell he not only made the playoffs but earned a first round bye??!!
Probably his best coaching job of his career is this year.
Whoa, whoa, whoa...wait a minute. In the modern age of salary cap and parity in the nfl, every single team and coach has had their ups and downs, except for New England and BB. New England has won at least 10 games every year for the last 11 seasons. No other team is even in the same universe when it comes to consistently winning. Brady is one of the greatest of all time, but so is BB.I respectfully disagree. Without Tom Brady, BB is a very average coach and probably below average. When you look at the coaching trees of many all time great coaches, the list is impressive. The coaching tree of BB is lined with nothing but losers to put it bluntly and honestly. BB will get to the HOF with his record, but Brady is the one who put him there.