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Old 10-08-2012   #37
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Default Re: Texans' Wade Phillips would like a head-coaching gig

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For one thing, this team--The Texans--they gave Wade a chance after he fell on his face trying to be a head coach (again).
Wade would have gotten a DC job somewhere. Giving Wade a chance after he "fell on his face" would have been giving him a HC job. & he didn't "fall on his face" He got them Cowboys to the play-offs more times than not, if I remember right, & got them their only play-off win in the last decade.


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Wade Phillips can want to be a HC as much as Michael Jordan wants to be an NBA franchise owner...and they'll both get the same amount of success from it.

Wade was more succesful as a HC than Mj was as an NBA exec.
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