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    Do you think that players in the NFL will respond better for a coach who has taken the field as an NFL player or one that has only coached in the NFL?

    I think the player past part goes a long way into getting the most out of the talent you have on the field or even getting more out of the talent you have on the field.
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    Default Re: Respect & admiration for a coach as a player

    I don't know about that.Look at Bill Belichick.

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    I did.

    I see a cheating *** ****.


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    I did.

    I see a cheating *** ****.




    True,but look beyond that.......................oh,hell.Just forget it.

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    How about Jeff Fischer?

    The guy has never had a team loaded with talent, yet he keeps that team winning.

    He got the number 1 seed last year with Collins at QB.

    That is definately getting more out of the talent you have on the field.

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    Most of the guys have played football at at least the college level,
    I don't know even what percent of NFL coaches are former NFL Players.

    Shula, Noll, Landry were all former players....but I don't think Lombardi was...

    Interesting...

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    Do you think that players in the NFL will respond better for a coach who has taken the field as an NFL player or one that has only coached in the NFL?

    I think the player past part goes a long way into getting the most out of the talent you have on the field or even getting more out of the talent you have on the field.

    Nah, I never bought this argument.

    Joe Gibbs, as just one example, comes to mind right off the bat.

    He never played in the NFL and won 3 Super Bowls with 3 different QB's.

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    How about Jeff Fischer?

    The guy has never had a team loaded with talent, yet he keeps that team winning.

    He got the number 1 seed last year with Collins at QB.

    That is definately getting more out of the talent you have on the field.

    This guy you praise but Cowher you slam

    How many Super Bowls has Jeff Fisher won with the Titans. Better yet how many times has he gone to an AFC Championship game. Is it 6 like Cowher?

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    I don't buy it either. Player or not a coach that gets respect, earns that respect from his players it's never given. Success, consistent success breeds respect, inspiration breeds respect

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    This guy you praise but Cowher you slam

    How many Super Bowls has Jeff Fisher won with the Titans. Better yet how many times has he gone to an AFC Championship game. Is it 6 like Cowher?


    You must have me confused with someone else.

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    Nah, I never bought this argument.

    Joe Gibbs, as just one example, comes to mind right off the bat.

    He never played in the NFL and won 3 Super Bowls with 3 different QB's.

    It could be argued that Gibbs last round with the deadskins shows the opposite to be true with the players today...

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    Let's think outside the box for a new coach.



    Yea Vince... That would inspire this lazy loser team.

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    You must have me confused with someone else.

    Holy ****. My bad. It was BLACKANDGOLDRULES that was slamming Cowher earlier. Sorry bud!

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    Holy ****. My bad. It was BLACKANDGOLDRULES that was slamming Cowher earlier. Sorry bud!
    More than likely me you were thinking of. Give Fisher this team and we are a dynasty!!

    Mark that!

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    More than likely me you were thinking of. Give Fisher this team and we are a dynasty!!

    Mark that!
    Give Fisher this team and we're mediocre. Fischer is like Marty Schottenheimer. Good enough to get their teams to look good but not good enough to achieve much more

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