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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good

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    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=51479.msg935567#msg935567 date=1240054280]
    http://www.twincities.com/sports/ci_12169024?source=rss

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    Not sure, way to many subjects in here to be folded into one of the other QB threads.

    Besides, when you have Herm (I screw teams up) and a yutz MN Newspaper hack asking him questions, fun will ensue..... ;D
    YOu think Herm messes teams up? He had the Jets playing well for several seasons( the ones when Pennington wasn't hurt) and he inherited the oldest team in the league and lost 4-5 starting OL with no one youngster to replace them. The guy got screwed!
    I think he is the most overated coach in the league.
    Since he's not currently coaching in the league, maybe he's not so overrated.
    Good point, however, you still have to listen to a yutz talking head or two wonder why he isn't coaching.
    Shan isn't coaching. Is he a bad coach?

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    Shanahan won a Super Bowl and took his team to the playoffs multiple times.
    I'm sure if he really wanted to be a head coach somewhere else right now, he would be doing so.
    Herm on the other hand struggled to make the playoffs and showed he could stimulate little improvement in KC.
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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good

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    I guess we could ask those who were part of the 9ers in the 80's and early 90's, the Bronco's under Elway, the Cowboys under Staubach and Aikman and many other teams how important their QB was to the teams success. They might agree with Herm.

    lmao, old Herm really knows how to think outside the box.
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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good

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    [quote author=kevoncox link=topic=51479.msg935614#msg935614 date=1240067501]
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=51479.msg935567#msg935567 date=1240054280]
    http://www.twincities.com/sports/ci_12169024?source=rss

    Marrdro's comments follow:
    Not sure, way to many subjects in here to be folded into one of the other QB threads.

    Besides, when you have Herm (I screw teams up) and a yutz MN Newspaper hack asking him questions, fun will ensue..... ;D
    YOu think Herm messes teams up? He had the Jets playing well for several seasons( the ones when Pennington wasn't hurt) and he inherited the oldest team in the league and lost 4-5 starting OL with no one youngster to replace them. The guy got screwed!
    I think he is the most overated coach in the league.
    Since he's not currently coaching in the league, maybe he's not so overrated.
    Good point, however, you still have to listen to a yutz talking head or two wonder why he isn't coaching.
    Shan isn't coaching. Is he a bad coach?

    [/quote]

    Shanahan won a Super Bowl and took his team to the playoffs multiple times.
    I'm sure if he really wanted to be a head coach somewhere else right now, he would be doing so.
    Herm on the other hand struggled to make the playoffs and showed he could stimulate little improvement in KC.
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    Some coaches make great assistants and unfortunately never make good HC. Then some just need the right opportunity.
    Look at Belichek. Like him or hate him, his first go around as a HC was anything but successful.

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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good QB

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    Shan isn't coaching. Is he a bad coach?
    Shannahan was the Brett Favre of head coaches.
    Did nothing since '98.


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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good

    Shanahan would be a God with the bunch of boys we got.
    I mean he was getting crazy numbers from guys like Reuben Droughns.
    Imagine what he could do with AD and CT!!!
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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good QB

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    Shan isn't coaching. Is he a bad coach?
    Shannahan was the Brett Favre of head coaches.
    Did nothing since '98.
    Does that make us the Brett Farve of the NFL?

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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good QB

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    Shan isn't coaching. Is he a bad coach?
    Shannahan was the Brett Favre of head coaches.
    Did nothing since '98.
    Does that make us the Brett Farve of the NFL?
    lmao

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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good QB

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    Shan isn't coaching. Is he a bad coach?
    Shannahan was the Brett Favre of head coaches.
    Did nothing since '98.
    Does that make us the Brett Farve of the NFL?
    lmao
    +1, that was pretty funny.

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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good QB

    From my understanding, you play to win the game.
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    Re: Former NFL coach Herm Edwards: Don't underestimate the importance of a good QB

    "kevoncox" wrote:
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    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=51479.msg935567#msg935567 date=1240054280]
    http://www.twincities.com/sports/ci_12169024?source=rss

    Marrdro's comments follow:
    Not sure, way to many subjects in here to be folded into one of the other QB threads.

    Besides, when you have Herm (I screw teams up) and a yutz MN Newspaper hack asking him questions, fun will ensue..... ;D
    YOu think Herm messes teams up? He had the Jets playing well for several seasons( the ones when Pennington wasn't hurt) and he inherited the oldest team in the league and lost 4-5 starting OL with no one youngster to replace them. The guy got screwed!
    I think he is the most overated coach in the league.
    Since he's not currently coaching in the league, maybe he's not so overrated.
    Good point, however, you still have to listen to a yutz talking head or two wonder why he isn't coaching.
    Shan isn't coaching. Is he a bad coach?

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    The yutz is the most overated coach ever.....at least thats my opinion.
    Obviously you have man love for him for some reason so it isn't yours so now your gonna slide the discussion to another coach.

    Amazing.
    You do crack me up at times.
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