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Old 05-24-2014   #591
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Default Re: O'Brien & His Coaching Staffs

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Originally Posted by ObsiWan View Post
color me still worried...
disciples of Belichick, over all, have not faired well.

but this data causes me to temper my enthusiasm. While O'Brien hasn't coached a single game in the NFL, at least he left the college ranks as a winner. So there's that...
I look at that the same way I look at the, "He's Schaub 2.0" analysis. There may be a dozen reasons why this guy would remind you of that guy. But there is no reason to believe his career is going to turn out like whoever.

Right now, Savage may look like Schaub 2.0, but he also looks like Marino 2.0

Belichick's tree doesn't look so great right now. Crennel, Weis, McDaniels... that's three lessons for OB to learn from.
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