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Old 03-15-2013   #62
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Default Re: AFC South Team needs according to PFF

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Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
Kubiak is in no danger and Cowher isn't loooking for a job. But your take on Cowher is ridiculous. When Cowher took over the Steelers, they had been to the playoffs once (1989) in seven seasons. Then, they went to the playoffs 6 consecutive seasons. He built that team. Then rebuilt it. His resume speaks for itself as a winner.
Disagree that Cowher built the team he was handed. Rod Woodson, Hardy Nickerson, Carnell Lake, and Greg Lloyd were already there. Chuck Knoll had already begun the rebuilding process. But his offense... how should I say this diplomatically? ...stunk.

Now Cowher did retool the Steelers over the years, no denying that. And he also benefitted from a sucky AFC Central during that time. Of course, you have to win the games on your schedule, even against "sucky" teams, and he did that.

I'm thinking TK's point was that he inherited a much better foundation than Smithiak did when they got to Houston.
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