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Old 08-28-2013   #69
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Default Re: Adam Schein on Schaub....

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Originally Posted by Texian View Post
The key word here is ALMOST and the GOOD coaches being the exception. If you check Kubiak's record against > .500 you will find it to be very average and ordinary when compared to the best coaches in the game, the Harbaughs, Belichick, McCarthy, Peyton, Parcels, Couglin,

No way is Coughlin above .500, nor John. Jim might be, but only because he's got a limited sample size. Peyton won't be.

Dammit, now I have to go research.

edit: Not going to research. Coughlin is only .555 for his career. That's against ALL teams. There's no way he's above .500 against good teams. You're giving coaches too much credit.
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