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Old 01-29-2014   #1381
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Yep whatever Saint Tony says has to be true.

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Considering he spent the better part of a decade coaching the guy & he was once a HC himself ....yeah, i think his opinion is much more credible than fans on a messageboard.
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Considering he spent the better part of a decade coaching the guy & he was once a HC himself ....yeah, i think his opinion is much more credible than fans on a messageboard.
Tell me about all of the winning Tony did.

He rode Manning's coattails, and 1 SB tells me that he didn't even do that good of job doing that.

I know I set the bar high. But if you have a GOAT QB you should have more than 1 SB in a decades worth of work.
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Tell me about all of the winning Tony did.

He rode Manning's coattails, and 1 SB tells me that he didn't even do that good of job doing that.

I know I set the bar high. But if you have a GOAT QB you should have more than 1 SB in a decades worth of work.
So is it sarcastic "Saint Bill" too? You know, the guy who is a sub-.500 coach without GOAT Brady.

How about "Saint Seifert" who sucked even worse without Montana/Young?

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So is it sarcastic "Saint Bill" too? You know, the guy who is a sub-.500 coach without GOAT Brady.

How about "Saint Seifert" who sucked even worse without Montana/Young?

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It looks like you're making his point for him. WITH those QBs, they produced better than Dungy.

I think Dungy is fine as a HC.
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It looks like you're making his point for him. WITH those QBs, they produced better than Dungy.
Well I took his post as twofold - Dungy did nothing without Manning and underachieved with Manning. On the former it is simply wrong. On the latter, I think myopic is a kind description of that position.
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Considering he spent the better part of a decade coaching the guy & he was once a HC himself ....yeah, i think his opinion is much more credible than fans on a messageboard.
It doesn't really matter, we're just talking about opinions, no big deal. I think Manning would be a great coach, Dungy doesn't.

Dungy probably thought Herm Edwards would make a great head coach...... I don't see what would have made him think that.


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Tell me about all of the winning Tony did.

He rode Manning's coattails, and 1 SB tells me that he didn't even do that good of job doing that.

I know I set the bar high. But if you have a GOAT QB you should have more than 1 SB in a decades worth of work.

Umm, no....the hiring of Dungy pretty much made TB relevant again as they went to the playoffs regularly & his hands were all over that 2005 TB defense that Gruden eventually rode to a SB. Jim Caldwell pretty much owes his whole existence to Dungy and has him to thank for his only Sb appearance as a HC b/c that was a team put together by him.

All told that's 3 SB appearances he had a huge hand in and an untold number of playoff appearances...


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Umm, no....the hiring of Dungy pretty much made TB relevant again as they went to the playoffs regularly & his hands were all over that 2005 TB defense that Gruden eventually rode to a SB. Jim Caldwell pretty much owes his whole existence to Dungy and has him to thank for his only Sb appearance as a HC b/c that was a team put together by him.

All told that's 3 SB appearances he had a huge hand in and an untold number of playoff appearances...


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Umm, no....the hiring of Dungy pretty much made TB relevant again..
Uh..... TB was not relevant before Dungy. No need for the "again"
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Uh..... TB was not relevant before Dungy. No need for the "again"
They wre in the NFC championship game in the Doug Williams , Hugh Green era .
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On the basis of physical skills alone, Teddy Bridgewater may possess the least upside of the top quarterbacks entering the 2014 NFL Draft. Yet, on the basis of how a quarterback integrates his skills on the field, the Louisville passer is the best in his class.

The choice of quarterback does more to shape an NFL team than any position on the field. If the coaching staff that inherits Bridgewater designs its offense to match what the quarterback does best, Bridgewater has the skills to be the most productive rookie of this crop with as much upside as any of his peers.

As with all quarterbacks, what’s most prominent with Bridgewater’s game is his footwork. Derek Carr’s movement reveals initiative and impulsivity; Blake Bortles’ indicates decisiveness that can cross the border of unmindful; and Johnny Manziel’s feet reveal a dynamic player who can lean too much on an improvisational mindset.

The three words I use to describe Bridgewater’s mentality as seen through his footwork are "fluid," "relaxed," and "confident." Bridgewater shares the confidence and decisiveness of Bortles, but the dynamic imagination of Manziel with a better governor over his limitations.

What Bridgewater lacks is weight, top-notch arm strength, and deep accuracy. I’m confident that he can improve each of these weaknesses to some degree. Even if he doesn’t, his integration of his athleticism, touch, accuracy, and manipulation of defenses within 35 yards of the line of scrimmage should be enough to make him a quality game-day manager who can help a team win...
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"On the basis of physical skills alone, Teddy Bridgewater may possess the least upside of the top quarterbacks entering the 2014 NFL Draft. "

I just don't understand that statement at all. He's much more athletic than scouts give him credit for.
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"On the basis of physical skills alone, Teddy Bridgewater may possess the least upside of the top quarterbacks entering the 2014 NFL Draft. "

I just don't understand that statement at all. He's much more athletic than scouts give him credit for.
Hyperbole, just trying to make a point about how everything else that he does makes up for his "lack of talent".
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Looking forward to bridgewater as a texan. It will be glorious.
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I'm salivating with anticipation.
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Kaepernick, Wilson, & Luck are doing good right now, but I believe they are on borrowed time. IMO, they need to get better in the pocket quickly.... I doubt they can do it a third year in a row without suffering some sidelining injury.
100% agree. I'm not a fan of the run first QB (Cam, Wilson, Kaep, RG3).

I like the buy time in the Pocket guy and resort to running last (TB).

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At 6'2" 225 lbs I would feel fairly confident that Rodgers would be able to take the beating an NFL QB will take.
He didn't this year, which goes to show... things happen in the NFL

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So is it sarcastic "Saint Bill" too? You know, the guy who is a sub-.500 coach without GOAT Brady.

How about "Saint Seifert" who sucked even worse without Montana/Young?

Dungy non-Manning: .563
Belichick non-Brady: .484
Seifert non-Montana/Young: .333
You've got to admit that Bill HCing the Browns that were leaving Cleveland and Seifert the Panthers may have been a little different circumstances than Dungy's experience in Tampa Bay.

Look, I get that you like Dungy. (A lot of people do) I think that he's a phony.

If Manning is GOAT you would think that with a great HC he would have more than 1 ring. Since you are great at looking up numbers, lets take a look at Belichick/Brady regular season record and post season record vs Saint Tony/Manning?
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100% agree. I'm not a fan of the run first QB (Cam, Wilson, Kaep, RG3).

I like the buy time in the Pocket guy and resort to running last (TB).



He didn't this year, which goes to show... things happen in the NFL



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I think the most damning-with-praise thing that can be said about Dungy was that he won a Superbowl with Peyton as his QB against the Rex Grossman-led Bears.
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Umm, no....the hiring of Dungy pretty much made TB relevant again as they went to the playoffs regularly & his hands were all over that 2005 TB defense that Gruden eventually rode to a SB. Jim Caldwell pretty much owes his whole existence to Dungy and has him to thank for his only Sb appearance as a HC b/c that was a team put together by him.

All told that's 3 SB appearances he had a huge hand in and an untold number of playoff appearances...


stop it please..
So Peyton made it to as many SB's with Caldwell as with Dungy?

Let the record show that even after having a GOAT QB Dungy only participated in 1 SB. That people would think Dungy is all that dumbfounds me.

I mean why doesn't John Harbaugh get as much love as Dungy? They accomplished about the same things. Only Harbaugh has Flacco and Dungy had a GOAT.
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